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  • Objectives
    To provide a challenging, interdisciplinary programme of study which will allow students freedom to pursue their own direction, with tutorial guidance equip students to handle evidence, evaluate ideas and solve problems, and also to analyse a variety of texts, documents, statistics, films, pictures and places To develop students ability to write independently, to present information and ideas, and to be creative, computer literate and culturally informed
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Successful completion of an appropriate foundation degree or equivalent
  • Academic Title
    Humanities, BA Hons (Top-up)
  • Course description
    Humanities is seen here as a window, a way of looking at the world, rather than a specific area of study. The programme is about modern culture, contemporary issues and understandings and how these understandings came into being.

    This programme therefore allows you to study a range of humanities subjects rather than specialise. This degree is for you whether you have studied humanities subjects before or are returning to study after having discovered wide interests.

    You select courses from a wide range in history, sociology, politics, philosophy, literature, languages and international studies. The difference between this and a combined honours degree is that rather than being restricted to courses within two disciplines, you select courses to develop themes of your choice.

    A challenging, cross-disciplinary Humanities programme which allows students to pursue their own direction, with tutorial guidance. Courses are selected from:

    -International studies

    Career options
    Transferable skills developed on this programme are good preparation for a variety of careers. Graduates often enter the public or voluntary sectors, including teaching or museum work, but some also work in business, the media or market research. Many continue with postgraduate study, either full or part-time.

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