BA History

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  • Objectives
    History at Kingston University is an ideal choice if you are interested in the history of the modern world and the problems facing society today. You will explore the histories of a wide range of countries and study many different types of history, including social, cultural and political history and the history of international relations.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements * a degree (level 6) in an Early Years subject or a degree (level 6) in any subject plus a level 3 qualification in an Early Years subject * a GCSE grade C in English and Maths * a current Criminal Records Bureau clearance * recent and considerable experience across whole 0-5 years age range
  • Academic title
    BA History
  • Course description
    BA History


    Year 1

    -Concepts and Systems in the Social Sciences
    -Early Modern Europe and Britain
    -East meets West
    -Historical and Conceptual Evolution of Contemporary Human Rights
    -Immigration and Identity in Britain
    - Rise in Global Capitalism
    -The Historian's Craft
    -UK Government and Politics

    Year 2

    -British Politics in the 20th Century
    -Comparative Industrial Societies
    -Continuity and Change in Europe 1848-1914
    -Crime and Punishment
    -Fiction & Social Change in the Mid-20th Century
    -History Research Skills: Doing a History Research Paper
    -Introduction to Latin American Countries
    -Ireland under the Union: Land, Politics and Society in the 19th Century
    -Slavery and Race in the USA
    -Theories of Justice

    Year 3

    -Advanced Research Skills
    -Britain's Role in the World since 1900
    -British Society since the 1960s
    -History Worklink
    -Patterns of Irish Nationalism in the 20th Century
    -Politics of Globalisation
    -Special Topic, Gender and Power: Britain and France 1500-1800
    -Special Topic: The American Revolution
    -The French Revolution 1774-1799
    -The Politics of Conflict: The New Tribalism
    -The Politics of Mass Murder
    -The Politics of Nationalism in the Contemporary Middle East
    -Themes in Latin American Politics

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