MA Medieval History
Course Code: HSTT43 (full-time); HSTT57 (part-time)
You will choose modules totalling 180 credits over the full year of study - this includes 120 credits of taught modules plus a Dissertation worth 60 credits.
You will take three core modules worth 105 credits and your remaining 75 credits will be made up of a selection of option modules.
You will choose modules totalling 180 credits over the two years of study - this includes 120 credits of taught modules plus a Dissertation worth 60 credits.
You will take three core modules worth 105 credits - an approaches module (year one) and both the Research Presentation and the Dissertation (year two). Your remaining 75 credits will be made up of a selection of option modules. We recommend spreading your overall credits evenly across both years of study to create a balanced workload.
You will take three core modules
You will choose 75 credits of option modules
This 75 credit selection can include up to 30 credits of unrestricted modules. Unrestricted modules can include non-history modules cross-listed from other departments (see Non-history modules) and/or modules from the broader range of history MA options, where the relevant module(s) will complement your core studies i.e. allowing further exploration of a particular theme across time and geographical boundaries (see MA in Historical Research options).
The modules listed below are those that we are planning to offer in 2017-18. Please note that module availability may still change at this stage i.e. due to student uptake at registration.*
Please note that teaching and assessment methods may vary for non-History modules.
The modules listed below are those that our partner departments within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities are planning to offer in 2017-18. Please note that module availability may still change at this stage i.e. due to student uptake at registration. *
* Please note that the course details set out here may change before you start, particularly if you are applying significantly in advance of the course start date. The content of our courses is reviewed annually to make sure it is current and relevant. Individual modules may be updated or withdrawn in response to discoveries through our world-leading research, funding changes, professional accreditation requirements, student or employer feedback, curriculum review, staff availability, and variations in student numbers. In the event of a material change the University will inform students in good time and will take reasonable steps to minimise disruption.