Anglia Ruskin University
En Cambridge (Inglaterra)

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Cambridge (Inglaterra)
  • Duración:
    6 Years

Studying history allows you to ask important questions about the past and the present, and encourages you to develop essential critical and analytical skills. Through reading and interpreting historical documents and comparing the lives of different people, you will come to understand more about the forces and events that shape our current world, and be able to evaluate and communicate your own ideas in an effective way.
Suitable for: Individuals wishing to take up roles in museums, archives, the Civil Service, publishing, the media or teaching.

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Requisitos: Required subject(s): GCE A-level History or related subject GCSE(s) Preferred: English grade C or above


Dónde se enseña y en qué fechas

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01 octubre 2016
Cambridge Campus, East Road, CB1 1PT, Cambridgeshire , Inglaterra
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Course overview

History opens up new worlds and allows you to explore revolutions, slavery, wars and battles, the making of great leaders, the rise of the middle classes and the suffering of the poor.

This degree has broad appeal because it represents a range of historical approaches and periods, but it also allows for depth and specialisation.


Core modules

  • Crown and Peoples: Early Modern England
  • The Making of Modern Britain 1688-1832
  • Western Civilisation: The Development of Europe from the Ancient World to 1900
  • War Power and Culture: European History1660-1789
  • Citizens: The French Revolution
  • Film and History
  • Britain Since 1832
  • History Today
  • History Special Subject

Optional modules

  • Anglia Language Programme
  • The Growth of the USA, 1776-1900
  • The USA in the 20th Century
  • Family and Gender in Early Modern Britain
  • World War I: its Place in Modern History
  • The British Empire
  • Europe, 1848-1914
  • The Enlightenment in England and France
  • Leisure and Popular Culture in Britain since 1800
  • Russia: Revolution and Reaction
  • Russia after Stalin
  • Cultural Identities in Latin America
  • The Cold War
  • End of Empires
  • Europe 1930-1945


Assessment is via a mix of examination, essays, case studies, field trip reports, document analyses, Internet search reports, book reviews and dissertation.


2 years, part-time.

Teaching times

  • Mon 10.00-3.00pm
  • Thurs 1.00-5.00pm

Teaching times for guidance only and subject to change.

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Career opportunities: As well as preparing you for postgraduate study, this degree will provide you with many of the key skills valued by employers today. The range of course options available will allow you to fine-tune your studies to fit the requirements of a favoured career. We have built advice on careers for students taking our History degree into the Level 2 core module, History Today.