BA (Hons) Modern History - Full-time

Bachelor's degree

En Lincoln (England)

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  • Tipología

    Bachelor's degree

  • Lugar

    Lincoln (England)

  • Duración


The first year of this programme is designed to provide a solid foundation of modern historical knowledge and introduce the skills needed to become a university historian.

Students can build on this foundation in years two and three, where they can choose from a wide range of optional modules based on the research specialisms of our academic team.

In the third year, students can work closely with academic staff to produce a dissertation (an extended piece of research) on a topic of their choice.

Modules may include: Identities in the Modern World, Forging the Modern State, Accessing Ordinary Lives: Interpreting And Understanding Voices From The Past, 1880 – Present, From Bright Young Things to Brexit: British Media and Society Since 1919, Empire and After: Colonialism and its Consequences, History of Chinese Medicine, and The US Since Reconstruction.

The course is taught via a combination of lectures, seminars, workshops, and tutorials.

Información importante

¿Esta formación es para mi?: Graduates may find employment in a wide range of sectors. Lincoln graduates have gone on to careers in education, government, the civil service, media, journalism, finance, the corporate world, heritage, and the arts. Some choose to pursue postgraduate study.

Requisitos: United Kingdom GCE Advanced Levels: BBC International Baccalaureate: 29 points overall Non UK Qualifications: EU and Overseas students will be required to demonstrate English language proficiency equivalent to IELTS 6.0 overall, with a minimum of 5.5 in each element. For information regarding other English language qualifications we accept, please visit the English Requirements page.

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  • Interpreting
  • Modern History
  • Writing
  • Full Time
  • Chinese Medicine
  • Media
  • Critical Thinking
  • History
  • Literature
  • Conservation Science
  • Representing


First Year
  • Chairman Mao and Twentieth-Century China (Option)
  • Conservation Science 1 (Option)
  • Critical Thinking and Writing (Core)
  • Empire and After: Colonialism and its Consequences (Core)
  • Forging the Modern State (Core)
  • Identities in the Modern World (Core)
  • Representing the Past (Core)
  • The Historian’s Craft (Core)
  • The United States from Colonies to Civil War (Core)
  • The United States since Reconstruction (Option)
Second Year
  • Accessing Ordinary Lives: Interpreting and Understanding Voices from the Past, 1880 – present (Option)
  • Decolonising the Past (Option)
  • Digital Heritage (Option)
  • Dissertations and Beyond (Core)
  • Fighting for Peace? Politics, Society and War in the Modern Era (Option)
  • From ‘Bright Young Things’ to Brexit: British media and society since 1919 (Option)
  • Gender and Sexuality in Britain 1700-1950 (Option)
  • Grand Expectations? America during the Cold War (Option)
  • History and Literature in the C18th and C19th (Option)
  • History of Medicine from Antiquity to the Present (Option)
  • Madness and the Asylum in Modern Britain (Option)
  • New Directions in History (Core)
  • People on the move: migration, identity and mobility in the modern world (Option)
  • Power and the Presidency in the United States (Option)
  • Preventive Conservation (Option)
  • Scrambling for Africa? Cultures of Empire and Resistance in East Africa, 1850-1965 (Option)
  • The Birth of the Modern Age? British Politics, 1885-1914 (Option)
Third Year
  • 'O Bella Ciao' Fascism and Anti-fascism in Italy (Option)
  • Air War and Society from Zeppelins to Drones (Option)
  • ‘Anarchy is order’. Anarchism and social movements in Modern Europe (Option)
  • Eugenics, Race and Reproduction across the Atlantic, 1800-1945 (Option)
  • Exhibiting the World in the Nineteenth Century (Option)
  • From Revolution to New Republic: The United States 1760-1841 (Option)
  • History Independent Study (Core)
  • History of Chinese Medicine: “Tradition” and “Modernity” (Option)
  • History Work Placement (Option)
  • Mad or Bad? Criminal Lunacy in Britain, 1800 – 1900 (Option)
  • Men, Sex and Work: Sexuality and Gender in 20th Century Britain (Option)
  • Objects of Empire: the material worlds of British colonialism (Option)
  • Queer Film and Television (Option)
  • Race, Media, and Screen Culture in 20th Century Britain (Option)
  • The City and the Citizen: urban space and the shaping of modern life, 1850 to present. (Option)

Información adicional

International - £14,100 per level
Part-time: £77.00 per credit point†

BA (Hons) Modern History - Full-time

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