Modules for History with Russian


Course Structure

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.

Stage One

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 Russian
Code Unit Title Credits Lvl/Sem
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
ML0331D Written Skills I (ab initio Russian) 20 L1S1
ML0332D Written Skills II (ab initio Russian) 20 L1S2
ESH006M Modern European Ideologies 10 L1S2
ESP003M Introduction to Political Science 10 L1S2
ESH008M Historiography of Modern Europe II 10 L1S2
ES9001M Computer Literacy 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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