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The University of Wolverhampton

BA (Hons)History and War Studies

Why choose this course?

The History and War Studies degree provides graduates with the knowledge of the issues, themes, debates and developments related to the analysis of history and war. Our graduates are equipped to develop and sustain debates on the strategic, ethical and philosophical uses of war as well as understanding the full historical contexts within which conflict arises. Alongside subject-specific knowledge, you will develop a wide range of key transferable skills including enhanced communication, analytical and technological proficiency. The degree encourages you to become digitally literate and intellectually curious, with the capacity to work both independently and as part of a wider team to understand, develop and apply solutions to both theoretical and practical problems. These skills equip our graduates to use their knowledge in enterprising and profitable ways in their chosen careers and develop their roles within the wider community.

What happens on the course?

Indicative Course Structure (Info correct on July 2016).

Semester 1 Starters:

Year 1 (Level 4)

Semester 1

Semester 2

4HS001: The Pursuit of History

C

4HS003: The Making of Modern Britain

4WR003 War and the Modern World

C

4WR002 Thinking About War and peace

Take ONE of:

4GK006 Success in Higher Education

4PO005 Campaigning and Citizenship: women in Britain and its Empire 1800-1950

4WL002 Basic Language

4WL003 Elementary Language

O

Take ONE of:

4PO006 Contemporary Capitalism

4SL011 Volunteering in the Community

4GK006 Success in Higher Education

4WL002 Basic Language

4WL003 Elementary Language

4WR004 The Holocaust

Year 2 (Level 5)

Semester 1

Semester 2

Take ONE of:

  • 5HS002: Revolutionary Ireland
  • 5HS006: Victorian Britain
  • 5HS008: Migrant Stories, Migrant Journeys
  • 5HS010: The Great War, 1914-19

O

Take ONE of:

  • 5HS001: The Cold War
  • 5HS003: Sex and the City: Sexuality in the long Eighteenth century
  • 5HS005: The British Working Class, 1900 – 1985
  • 5HS007: Preserving the Past
  • 5HS011: Race and migration in Britain after 1945

Take ONE of:

  • 5WR006 War in Europe 1939-45
  • 5WR007 Political Violence

C/O

Take ONE of:

  • 5WR004 Terrorism
  • 5WR002 Battle for Normandy 1944
  • 5WR005 Virtual Warriors

Take ONE Of:

  • 5PO006 Contemporary Britain
  • 5HU001 The Enlightenment
  • 5WL001 Basic Language
  • 5WL002 Elementary Language
  • Another additional level 5 module from the boxes above

C/O

Take ONE of:

  • 5SL008 Volunteering in Action
  • 5WL001 Basic Language
  • 5WL002 Elementary Language
  • Another additional level 5 module from the boxes above

Year 2 (Level 5) PLACEMENT YEAR (Option)

5LW022: Supervised Placement Year (40 credits)

Year 3 (Level 6)

Semester 1

Semester 2

Take ONE of the following:

  • 6HS003: Consumption and the World of Goods
  • 6HS011: From Reich to Republic: Germany, 1871-1924
  • 6HS013: Work Placement in the Community
  • 6HS015: Sexual Politics: Gender, sex and feminism in Britain after 1918

O

Take ONE of the following:

  • 6HS001: USA, 1890-1945
  • 6HS006: Youth Culture in C20th Britain
  • 6HS010: Germany, 1919-1949
  • 6HS013: Work Placement in the Community
  • 6HS014: The Family in Britain, 1830-1939

Take ONE of the following:

  • 6WR004 Trial by Fire: The American Civil War 1861 – 1865
  • 6WR007 Dreadnought to Enterprise
  • 6PO001 Democracy and Terrorism: Conflict Resolution in Northern Ireland
  • 6WR009 Work Placement in the Community

O

Take ONE of the following:

  • 6WR001 Conflict Resolution in the Modern World
  • 6WR005 The Barbarisation of Warfare
  • 6PO002 Politics of the Middle East
  • 6WR009 Work Placement in the Community

Take ONE of

  • 6HS004: History Independent Study
  • 6WR006 War Studies Project
  • 6GK008: Business Community Link
  • 6WL001 Intermediate/Advanced Language

if you are taking a project in semester 2; take one more module from the level 6 lists above. From box 1 if your project is in War Studies; from box 2 if your project is in History.

NB: one independent study must be taken in the year- see note below

O

Take ONE of

  • 6HS004: History Independent Study
  • 6WR006 War Studies Project
  • 6GK008: Business Community Link
  • 6WL001 Intermediate/Advanced Language

if you have taken a project in semester 1; take one more module from the level 6 lists above. From box 1 if your project is War Studies; from box 2 if you your project is in History.

NB: one independent study must be taken in the year- see note below

Why Wolverhampton?

You will be taught by recognised experts with a proven and respected research and publications record.

We will enable you to develop key intellectual and transferable skills that are geared towards academic achievement, personal development and future employability.

Prospective students can find a recommended reading list for our courses here.

What our students think

Career path

The skills, competencies and knowledge you learn through studying History and War Studies are directly relevant to a wide variety of careers. Information work, librarianship, archive management, museum administration and heritage management are professions that actively employ our students. The degree also provides the key analytical and transferrable skills that are much sought after in the fields of the armed forces, local government, the civil service, the media and a wide range of business and commercial activities. In addition, History and War Studies is an ideal course for students wishing to enter the teaching profession and many of our graduates have become successful teachers in the primary sector and History specialists in secondary schools and FE colleges. A notable proportion of our graduates have also undertaken postgraduate education in recent years, studying for Masters and PhD degrees.

What skills will you gain?

At the completion of the course you will:

  1. Have an awareness and critical understanding of the problematic nature of interpreting the past and the strategic, ethical and philosophical theories underpinning the subject;
  2. Have an understanding of the varieties of approaches to analysing historical events, the concept of war and war’s implications;
  3. Be familiar with a variety of historical and war-related case studies;
  4. Be able to address historical and contemporary problems in depth using primary and secondary sources;
  5. Be able to use appropriate technologies in digitally literate and enterprising ways to support research, process data and produce written work and presentational material to a variety of audiences;
  6. Have a greater understanding of the value of civic responsibility in your outlook toward and relationships with others in a global context.

Entry requirements

2017 Entry

Other Requirements

Students must have studied a minimum of two years post GCSE level. However, it is expected that some applicants will be mature students with work experience, who wish to further their career development. These applicants will be processed through standard procedures, which may involve an interview as part of the process. Please seehttp://wlv.ac.uk/mature for further information.

Those who do not meet the entry requirements may be offered an alternative course.

Course fees and finance

2017/8 Home/EU International
Full time £9,250 £11,475
Part time # £2,835

The University also offers a range of Bursaries and Scholarships in addition to other financial support packages

These fees are applicable for new entrants in 2017/8. If you have any queries regarding the fees listed please contact 01902 321150

These fees are for the current academic year only. Any subsequent years may be subject to an annual increase, usually in line with inflation.

# Undergraduate part-time fees for 50% rate of study

Contact us

Telephone

01902 32 22 22

Email

enquiries@wlv.ac.uk

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