History (Master of Arts part 1) (A825)
This course aims to develop an appreciation of the rich diversity of British and Irish histories from the 18th to 20th centuries; students undertake postgraduate-level study and research, covering key theories and issues in depth as well as developing both analytical and research skills; the course aims to increase knowledge and understanding of a range of key approaches to the study of history, especially the ways in which research is conducted, and how research and scholarship informs historical debate.
Honours degree in relevant discipline; if you have a degree without honours you must also have successfully completed the collaborative course Advanced Diploma in Local History (COXR305).
4 tutor-marked assignments; end-of-course assessment.
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