Learning about life in the past and how it influences us today is the central theme of history courses in our programme area.
Courses examine the development of modern nation states in the 19th century with a more specific focus on European history and ideas around liberalism, nationalism and imperialism. Our history and heritage degree course covers periods from the ancient world to the late 20th century, encompassing the Isle of Man, the UK, Europe and the wider world. Ways in which the past has been re-interpreted over time and the process and methods of historical research are also covered.
Studying history at UCM also develops your transferrable skills such as problem solving, critical thinking, analysis, presentation and communication, which are highly regarded by employers from a range of sectors including business, law, marketing, tourism, heritage and the Civil Service.
Full or Part Time
BA (Hons) History & Heritage
ENTRY: 96 UCAS points
DURATION: 3 years, PLEASE NOTE this programme is not running for 2018/19 but we are taking applications for 2019/20 entry.
VENUE: Elmwood House