BA (Hons) Classical Studies - Part-time

Bachelor's degree

En Lincoln (England)

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  • Tipología

    Bachelor's degree

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    Lincoln (England)

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Classical Studies at Lincoln offers the opportunity to explore and examine the history, culture, and language of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds to discover how they have influenced and shaped the society in which we live today.

BA (Hons) Classical Studies is an interdisciplinary degree programme. Students have the opportunity to study the ancient world alongside experts in history and archaeology, the history of art and architecture, heritage and conservation, literary and cultural studies, philosophy, and English and drama. The curriculum reflects the variety and richness of research and teaching within the School of History and Heritage, and the College of Arts more widely.

The city of Lincoln takes its name from Lindum Colonia: a Roman legionary fortress established in the middle of the first century AD which became a settlement for retired soldiers a generation later. Above and below ground it preserves traces of this history, from fragments of walls and aqueducts to the street plan itself. Traffic still travels through the Newport Arch, its third-century gate, while the University is situated on the Brayford Pool, an inland port with remains of the Roman-period waterfront, connected to the River Trent.

Staff at the University of Lincoln teaching on the Classical Studies programme work in exciting areas, from the making of Roman London to the fall of the Empire in the West, from the historiography of the Hellenistic world to language and literacy in the western Mediterranean. Research informs teaching on all our courses, and staff aim to support students as they access specialist resources for their own studies, such as the built environment of Lincoln itself and the excavated artefacts housed in The Collection, the city’s archaeological museum to which we have privileged access.

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¿Esta formación es para mi?: Undertaking a Classical Studies degree can develop skills in textual and visual analysis, translating and interpreting, thinking critically, and presenting complex information with clarity and authority.

Graduates in this discipline may find employment in museums and galleries, publishing and administration, teaching and research, and in other areas such as advertising, consultancy, and public relations. Students who wish to pursue academic careers can progress with studies at Master’s or PhD level. Some students may choose to continue their study of Classical Studies or Classics at postgraduate level, while others may choose law conversion, a teaching qualification, or other professional training.

Requisitos: United Kingdom GCE Advanced Levels: BBC International Baccalaureate: 29 points overall BTEC Extended Diploma: Distinction, Merit, Merit Access to Higher Education Diploma: 45 Level 3 credits with a minimum of 112 UCAS Tariff points Applicants will also be required to have at least three GCSEs at grade C or above (or equivalent), including English.

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  • Greek
  • Latin
  • Access
  • Staff
  • Archaeology
  • Teaching
  • Philosophy
  • Drama
  • Art
  • University
  • Part Time
  • Historiography
  • Prose
  • Republican


First Year
  • Archaic and Classical Greece (Core)
  • Archaic and Republican Rome (Core)
  • Classical Art and Archaeology: from Knossos to Constantinople (Core)
  • Classical Literature: from Troy to the Silver Age (Core)
  • Classical Literature: From Troy To The Silver Age (Core)
  • Critical Thinking and Writing: Classical Studies Stream (Core)
  • Elementary Latin I (Core)
  • Elementary Latin II (Option)
  • Empire and After: Colonialism and its Consequences (Option)
  • Materials, Techniques, Technologies in the History of Art (Option)
  • The Medieval World (Option)
Second Year
  • Alexander the Great and his Legacy: the Hellenistic World (Option)
  • Art and Power: Projecting Authority in the Renaissance World (Option)
  • Arthur and His Court (Option)
  • Britons and Romans, 100 BC-AD 450 (Option)
  • Classics in Context I (Core)
  • Digital Heritage (Option)
  • Dissertations and Beyond: Classical Studies (Core)
  • Elementary Greek I (Option)
  • Elementary Greek II (Option)
  • Elementary Latin II (Second Year) (Option)
  • Intermediate Latin I: Prose (Option)
  • Intermediate Latin II: Verse (Option)
  • Introduction to Exhibitions, Curatorship and Curatorial Practices (Option)
  • Latin Literature in the Late Republic and the Augustan Age (Option)
  • Living and dying in the middle ages, 800-1400 (Option)
  • Powerful Bodies: Saints and Relics during the Middle Ages (Option)
  • Renaissance Literature (Option)
  • Renaissances (Option)
  • Restoration Literature (Option)
  • Salvation and Damnation in medieval and early modern England (Option)
  • Student-Led Classical Studies Option 1 (Option)
  • Student-Led Classical Studies Option 2 (Option)
  • Study Period Abroad: Classical Studies Stream (Option)
  • Teaching History: designing and delivering learning in theory and practice (Option)
  • The Classical Tradition: from Medieval to Modern (Core)
  • The Emperor in the Roman World (Option)
  • The Forgotten Revolution? The Emergence of Feudal Europe (Option)
  • The Rise of Islam: Religion, culture and war in the Middle East (Option)
  • The World of Late Antiquity, 150-750 (Option)
  • Understanding Practical Making (Option)
  • Urban Life and Society in the Middle Ages (Option)
  • Village detectives: Unearthing new histories (Option)
  • Women in Ancient Rome (Option)
Third Year
  • A Tale of Two Cities in Medieval Spain: From Toledo to Córdoba (Option)
  • Advanced Latin I: Prose Author (Option)
  • Advanced Latin II: Verse Author (Option)
  • Alexander the Great and his Legacy: the Hellenistic World (Third Year) (Option)
  • Ancient Graffiti (Option)
  • Ancient Philosophy (Option)
  • Britons And Romans, 100 BC-AD 450 (third year) (Option)
  • Chivalry in Medieval Europe (Option)
  • Classical Experiences (Option)
  • Classics in Context II (Core)
  • Clio's Children: Walking along the Path of Greek Historiography (Option)
  • Curatorial Practice (Option)
  • Elementary Greek I (Third Year) (Option)
  • Elementary Greek II (Third Year) (Option)
  • Elementary Latin II (Third Year) (Option)
  • Heroes and Villains: The Reigns of Richard ‘the Lionheart’ (d. 1199) and ‘Bad’ King John (d. 1216) (Option)
  • History at the End of the World (Option)
  • Imperial Cities of the Early Modern World. (Option)
  • Independent Study: Classical Studies (Semester B) (Core)
  • Independent Study: Classical Studies Stream 1 (Core)
  • Intermediate Greek I: History and Philosophy (Option)
  • Intermediate Greek II: Drama and Poetry (Option)
  • Intermediate Latin I: Prose (Third Year) (Option)
  • Intermediate Latin II: Verse (Third Year) (Option)
  • Latin Letter-Writing from the Republic to Late Antiquity (Option)
  • Making Militants: Teaching violence in late antiquity (Option)
  • Memory, Belief, and Power in the British Landscape: Late Iron Age to Early Medieval (Option)
  • Objects of Empire: the material worlds of British colonialism (Option)
  • Republicanism in Early Modern England, 1500-1700 (Option)
  • Roman Lincoln (Option)
  • Rome and Constantinople: Monuments and Memory, 200-1200 (Option)
  • Rulers and Kings: Visualising Authority in Medieval Europe (Option)
  • Sex, Texts and Politics: Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales (Option)
  • The Emperor in the Roman World (Third Year) (Option)
  • The Roman City (Option)
  • The Roman Countryside (Option)
  • The Vikings in the North Atlantic: Living at the Fringes of Medieval Europe (Option)
  • The World of Late Antiquity, 150-750 (Third Year) (Option)
  • What is the Renaissance? (Option)
  • Work Placement: Classical Studies Stream (Option)

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BA (Hons) Classical Studies - Part-time

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