You can choose to study History as a single subject degree, or in combination with another subject as a joint honours award.
We also offer exciting postgraduate opportunities for full or part-time study with our Master's and PhD programmes.
Follow the links below for a brief summary of each History award, including information on the aims of various courses and their entry requirements:
The course allows you to study a full range of historical topics in an innovative, supportive and exciting academic environment.
You will study a carefully balanced programme of different periods and themes, ranging from the early modern period to contemporary history, and including British, European and International topics. Equal attention is paid to method and theory, as well as the empirical side of history. You will be taught by leading scholars and academic experts with a proven research and publications record.
Other First Year modules offered to our students include:
Other Second Year modules offered to our students include:
Other Third Year modules offered to our students include:
|Name and contact details||Interests|
History group leader:
|Seventeenth and eighteenth century trade and consumption.|
19th and 20th century German history.
British Politics, Northern Ireland Politics, Middle East Politics, Public Policy, Globalisation, Contemporary British History.
|Early modern English retail and consumption history.|
19th-century Anglo-American history; naval and maritime history; American Civil War; British Empire; Technology & War.
|Comparative labour movements (USA/UK), nineteenth/twentieth century British history, youth culture and popular music.|
|19th and 20th Century American History.|
Material Culture, Heritage and Museum Studies.
|Modern European History and Migration Studies.|
|Modern British gender and social history.|