Modules for History with Modern Greek[portland/thnet/Es1199/staff/navbar.htm]
The Course of Study normally extends over a period of three years, corresponding to the three stages of study. Students will study a combination of double, single and linked core and optional units which may include up to a total of 30 credits chosen from units offered by other Departments within the University.
Students must study units amounting to 120 credits, including at least 100 at Level 1 or above. All units offered within the Department in Stage One are at Level 1.
Stage One provides an introduction to the study of History as well as a broad, multidisciplinary introduction to a range of related Social Sciences. Students will take the following units, totalling 120 credits in the two semesters:
|Stage 1 Modules for History with Modern Greek|
|ESH005M||Introduction to Modern European History: From Division to Unity||10||L1S1|
|ESP004M||Comparative Politics I||10||L1S1|
|SEE008M||Statistics for Social Scientists||10||L1S1|
|ESH007M||Historiography of Modern Europe I||10||L1S1|
|ES0621D||EALK 1 Greek Language 1AS||20||L1S1|
|ES0622D||EALK 2 Greek Language 2AS||20||L1S2|
|ESH006M||Modern European Ideologies||10||L1S2|
|ESP003M||Introduction to Political Science||10||L1S2|
|ESH008M||Historiography of Modern Europe II||10||L1S2|
Students are not permitted to select units in Years 2 and 3 unless they have taken the appropriate pre-requisites in Year 1.
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