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2019/20 Undergraduate Programme Catalogue

BA English and History

Programme code:BA-ENGL&HISTUCAS code:QV31
Duration:3 Years Method of Attendance: Full Time
Programme manager:Dr Will Jackson Contact address:w.jackson@leeds.ac.uk

Total credits: 365

Entry requirements:

- AAA at A-level, including Grade A in English and History. General Studies is not accepted.
- International Baccalaureate: 36 points overall, including a minimum of 17 at the Higher Level and a minimum of 6 in History and English at Higher Level.

School/Unit responsible for the parenting of students and programme:

School of History

Examination board through which the programme will be considered:

Joint Honours

Relevant QAA Subject Benchmark Groups:

Programme specification:

The programme will:
- enable students to work across more than one discipline by providing the flexibility to study three disciplines at level one;
- allow the study of two disciplines to the same depth as any single honours student but with less breadth in each discipline;
- provide a basis for further advanced study in either of the disciplines or in a cognate interdisciplinary area.

General
- The distinctiveness, appeal and strength of University of Leeds joint honours programmes lie in the unusual combination of depth, breadth and flexibility which they offer, as well as in the exceptional range of degree combinations available.
- They permit students to study two disciplines, in depth and to degree level while acquiring a broader range of skills than is typically possible within a single honours degree.
- They are emphatically joint honours programmes, rather than integrated programmes: students can therefore make the links they choose from the wide choice of optional modules available within each discipline. Within certain parameters, they thus effectively make connections and devise pathways according to their own preferences, rather than being faced with a prescribed combination of modules chosen for them by others.
- The students must acquire the flexibility of mind and variety of learning techniques needed to switch between the two disciplines.
- A further element of distinctiveness is the flexibility of the programme structure, which allows joint honours students to change direction more easily, and more radically, than single honours students.
- Many of these programmes also allow the opportunity to undertake a work placement, field work or study abroad.


Year1 - View timetable

[Learning Outcomes, Transferable (Key) Skills, Assessment]

Students must study 125 credits in total.
These 125 credits will comprise any compulsory modules stated as well as a mix of Optional and/or Discovery modules as required by the rules of the programme.

Compulsory modules:

Candidates will be required to study the following compulsory modules:

ENGL1000Studying and Researching English5 creditsSemester 1
ENGL1350Foundations of English Studies20 creditsSemester 1
HIST1055Historiography and Historical Skills20 creditsSemester 1
HIST1300Primary Sources for the Historian: An Introduction to Documentary study20 creditsSemester 2

Optional modules:

Candidates may study the following module as part of their remaining 40 credits.

ENGL1250Prose: Reading and Interpretation20 creditsSemester 1

Candidates are required to study ONE of the following core modules:

ENGL1261Poetry: Reading and Interpretation20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL1282Drama: Reading and Interpretation20 creditsSemester 2

Candidates may wish to choose from the History modules below to fill their remaining credits:

HIST1045Empire and Aftermath: The Mediterranean World from the Second to the Eighth Centuries20 creditsSemester 2
HIST1060Faith, Knowledge and Power, 1500-175020 creditsSemester 1
HIST1090Medieval and Renaissance Europe20 creditsSemester 1
HIST1210The Modern World20 creditsSemester 2

Level 1 students may not take level 2 or 3 modules for their Discovery modules.

Discovery modules:

Candidates may choose to study up to 40 credits of discovery modules in a third subject or pursue additional modules in the two named subjects.


Year2 - View timetable

[Learning Outcomes, Transferable (Key) Skills, Assessment]

Students must study 120 credits in total.
These 120 credits will comprise any compulsory modules stated as well as a mix of Optional and/or Discovery modules as required by the rules of the programme.

Over levels 2 and 3 combined students must pass:

- English: a minimum of 80 credits (at least 40 credits must be at level 3)
- History: a minimum of 100 credits (at least 60 credits must be at level 3)

The remaining credits can be used for elective modules or further modules in the named subjects.

In order to be eligible for an honours degree, students must meet the normal Rules for Award by passing all modules which are designated to be passed for award or progression and by passing the required number of credits at each level as specified in the Curricular Regulations (at least 200 credits at level 2 or above, of which at least 100 should be at level 3). Students must pass at least 100 credits at level 2 and all core modules to proceed to the next level of the programme.

Optional modules:

CORE MODULES

Candidates are required to study at least TWO of the following core modules. In addition candidates can also opt to study one or two further core modules (up to 40 credits) or choose 40 credits from the list of option/discovery modules below.

ENGL2025Medieval Literature20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL2027Eighteenth Century Literature20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL2028Literature of the Romantic Period20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL2029Renaissance Literature20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL3289Victorian Literature20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL3290American Words, American Worlds, 1900-Present20 creditsSemester 2

OPTION MODULES

Candidates may study further credits from the following list of option/discovery modules, in accordance with the credit rules. Candidates may choose to study additional Level 2 core modules in lieu of option/discovery modules at Level 2.

ENGL2023Power of Language20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL2024Language in Society20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL2041Textual Healing: An Introduction to Scholarly Editing and Publishing20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL2201Writing Nature: Creative and Critical Practices20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL2202Imaginary Friends: the consolations and consequences of story20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL2203Medieval Poetry: Translation and Creative Rewriting20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL2204Shakespeare and Global Cinema20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL2206African American Narrative: Eight Major Works20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL2207Dialect and Heritage20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL2209Where the Wild Things Are: Animals in Children’s Literature20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL2284ExtraOrdinary Bodies: Physical Disability in Contemporary Literature and Film20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL2345Imagining Revolution: Literature of the English Civil Wars20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL32110Students into Schools20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32111Gender, Culture and Politics: Readings of Jane Austen20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL32113The Wild: Literature and the Environment20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL32114Forming Victorian Fiction20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL32120Sex and Suffering in the Eighteenth-Century Novel20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL32143Disposable Lives?20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32146Queens, Vikings, poets and dragons: Old English and early medieval Britain20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL32147Contemporary Postcolonial Texts20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32148American Danger20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL32150Planes, Trains and Automobiles: US Narratives of Air, Rail, Road and Water20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32153Refugee Narratives20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL32154Prose Fiction Stylistics and the Mind20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32155Crime Fiction Stylistics: Crossing Languages, Cultures, Media20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32156Quiet Rebels and Unquiet Minds: writing to contemporary anxiety20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL32158Aesthetic Movements of the Nineteenth Century20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32163Milton20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL32167Language of the Media20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL32169Contemporary South African Writing20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL3227Surrealism and the French Stage20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL3231The Poetry of Wordsworth20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL3233Forensic Approaches to Language20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL32460Writing America20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL3266Folklore and Mythology20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32660Creative Writing20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL3268Transformations20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL32761Language Style and Attitudes20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32763Children, Talk and Learning20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL3286Fictions of Fallen Women, 1850-192220 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL3293Victoria's Secrets: Secrecy in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL3294The Politics of Language20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32980African Literature20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32993Romantic Lyric Poetry20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL32997Keywords: The Words We Use and The Ways We Use Them20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL32998Writing and Gender in Seventeenth-Century England20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL32999Tragedy: Classical to Neo-Classical20 creditsSemester 1

Please note that ENGL32110 is mutually exclusive with HIST2540.

Candidates will be required to study one module from Group A and one from Group B. These MUST be taken in different semesters.

GROUP A

Candidates are required to study 20 credits from the list below:

HIST2005Rule and Reform under Charlemagne and his Successors, 768-98720 creditsSemester 1
HIST2006Small Change and Big Changes: Money and Power in Europe, 284-100020 creditsNot running in 201920
HIST2030The Crusades and the Crusader States in the 12th Century20 creditsSemester 1
HIST2031The Crusades and Medieval Christendom20 creditsSemester 2
HIST2065The Tudors: Princes, Politics, and Piety, 1485-160320 creditsSemester 1
HIST2073Most Christian Kings: France, 1515-171520 creditsSemester 2
HIST2080Voices of the People: Speech, Language and Oral Culture in Early Modern Europe20 creditsSemester 1
HIST2110The Cult of Saints in Medieval Europe c.400-c.150020 creditsSemester 2
HIST2112Jewish Communities in Medieval Europe20 creditsSemester 1
HIST2115Charles the Great to Alfred the Great: Franks, Anglo-Saxons and Vikings in the Ninth Century20 creditsSemester 1
HIST2117Conquerors and Conquered: England, 1000-113520 creditsSemester 2
HIST2135Britain and the Industrial Revolution20 creditsSemester 2
HIST2170Patient Voices: Medicine and Healthcare in the Middle Ages20 creditsNot running in 201920
HIST2220The Body, Disease and Society in Europe, 1500-175020 creditsSemester 2
HIST2305Mughals, Merchants and Mercenaries: 'Company Raj' in India 1600-185720 creditsSemester 1
HIST2308Life and Death in British India, 1690-187120 creditsSemester 1
HIST2433The Global Caribbean, 1756-184820 creditsSemester 1
MEDV2085Medieval Narratives in the Modern World: Nationalism, Terrorism, Popular Culture20 creditsSemester 2


GROUP B

Candidates are required to study 20 credits from the list below:

HIST2077Colonial Encounters: France and its Empire, 1830-194520 creditsNot running in 201920
HIST2079The Republic in Crisis: Conflict and Identity in France since 187020 creditsSemester 1
HIST2100Victorian England: Old England and Industrial Society 1837-186520 creditsSemester 1
HIST2101Victorian England: Aristocracy and Democracy, 1865-190120 creditsSemester 2
HIST2140Imperial Germany 1871-191820 creditsSemester 1
HIST229020th Century Britain: The Burdens of Conflict 1900-194520 creditsSemester 1
HIST229120th Century Britain: Progress and Uncertainty 1945-199020 creditsSemester 2
HIST2301The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union, 1921-199320 creditsSemester 2
HIST2309Communist Eastern Europe, 1945-8920 creditsSemester 2
HIST2310Russia under the Romanovs, 1812-191720 creditsSemester 1
HIST2320The Lucky Country? The Social History of Australia in the Twentieth Century20 creditsSemester 1
HIST2353America and the Sixties20 creditsSemester 2
HIST2420Nationalism, Colonialism and 'Religious Violence' in India, 1857-194720 creditsSemester 2
HIST2430The History of Africa since 190020 creditsSemester 1
HIST2432Lost Colonists: Failure and the Family in Southern Africa, 1880-193920 creditsSemester 1
HIST2435The Popular Caribbean: A History20 creditsSemester 2
HIST2442Black Politics from Emancipation to Obama20 creditsSemester 1
HIST2645The Rise of Modern Japan: From the Meiji Restoration to the Present Day20 creditsSemester 2
HIST2653American Business History20 creditsSemester 1
HIST2654Global Business History20 creditsSemester 2
HIST2658Mao Zedong and Modern China, 1949-Present20 creditsSemester 1

The following modules offer you the chance to explore the diversity of approaches to the study of the past. Some of the modules give you the chance to research and practise History in collaboration with others, both within and outside the University.

These modules are excellent preparation for the final year dissertation.

FOAR2000Research Placement20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST2505Archive Intelligence: Unlocking the Archive20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST2540History Students in Schools20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST2557Thinking about History20 creditsSemester 1
HIST2560History on the High Street20 creditsSemester 2
HIST2565Histories of Black Britain20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2

Students may not take level 3 modules at level 2. In History, the level of a module is identified by the first number of the module code. In the School of English, module codes starting ENGL2--- or ENGL32--- are suitable for level 2. Other Schools may vary - please contact them for details.

Level 2 students may study up to 20 credits of level 1 Discovery modules. Grades awarded for these modules will count as normal towards your final mark, but the credits will not be counted as level 2 credits in final classification.

Discovery modules:

Candidates may choose to study up to 60 credits of discovery modules over levels 2 and 3 or pursue additional modules in the two named subjects.


Year3 - View timetable

[Learning Outcomes, Transferable (Key) Skills, Assessment]

Students must study 120 credits in total.
These 120 credits will comprise any compulsory modules stated as well as a mix of Optional and/or Discovery modules as required by the rules of the programme.

Over levels 2 and 3 combined students must pass:

- English: a minimum of 80 credits (at least 40 credits must be at level 3)
- History: a minimum of 100 credits (at least 60 credits must be at level 3)

The remaining credits can be used for elective modules or further modules in the named subjects.

In order to be eligible for an honours degree, students must meet the normal Rules for Award by passing all modules which are designated to be passed for award or progression and by passing the required number of credits at each level as specified in the Curricular Regulations (at least 200 credits at level 2 or above, of which at least 100 should be at level 3). Students must pass at least 100 credits at level 3 and all core modules to proceed to gain the degree.

Optional modules:

CORE MODULES

Candidates must have a minimum of 40 credits in English at Level 3. Candidates are required to study at least ONE of the following core modules and can also opt to study up to three further core module if they wish to:

ENGL3024Modern Literature20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL3025Postcolonial Literature20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL3026Contemporary Literature20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL3027Shakespeare20 creditsSemester 2

OPTION MODULES
Candidates must take a minimum of 40 credits in English at Level 3. 20 of these credits must be taken from the list of core modules above. Candidates may study further credits from the following list of option modules, in accordance with the credit rules. NB Candidates may only choose a level 2 core English module (modules beginning ENGL2XXX) from the list below if all of their remaining final year credits (100) are at level 3, i.e. SUBJ3XXX.

ENGL2023Power of Language20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL2024Language in Society20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL2025Medieval Literature20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL2027Eighteenth Century Literature20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL2028Literature of the Romantic Period20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL2029Renaissance Literature20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL3208Arthurian Legend: Chivalry and Violence20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL32111Gender, Culture and Politics: Readings of Jane Austen20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL32113The Wild: Literature and the Environment20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL32114Forming Victorian Fiction20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL32120Sex and Suffering in the Eighteenth-Century Novel20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL32143Disposable Lives?20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32146Queens, Vikings, poets and dragons: Old English and early medieval Britain20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL32147Contemporary Postcolonial Texts20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32148American Danger20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL32150Planes, Trains and Automobiles: US Narratives of Air, Rail, Road and Water20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32153Refugee Narratives20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL32154Prose Fiction Stylistics and the Mind20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32155Crime Fiction Stylistics: Crossing Languages, Cultures, Media20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32156Quiet Rebels and Unquiet Minds: writing to contemporary anxiety20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL32158Aesthetic Movements of the Nineteenth Century20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32163Milton20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL32167Language of the Media20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL32169Contemporary South African Writing20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL3227Surrealism and the French Stage20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL3231The Poetry of Wordsworth20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL3233Forensic Approaches to Language20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL32460Writing America20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL3266Folklore and Mythology20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32660Creative Writing20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL3268Transformations20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL32761Language Style and Attitudes20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32763Children, Talk and Learning20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL3286Fictions of Fallen Women, 1850-192220 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL3289Victorian Literature20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL3290American Words, American Worlds, 1900-Present20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL3293Victoria's Secrets: Secrecy in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL3294The Politics of Language20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32980African Literature20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL32993Romantic Lyric Poetry20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL32997Keywords: The Words We Use and The Ways We Use Them20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL32998Writing and Gender in Seventeenth-Century England20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL32999Tragedy: Classical to Neo-Classical20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL3314Imagining Posthuman Futures20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL3321Angry Young Men and Women: Literature of the Mid-Twentieth Century20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL3339Lost in Fiction: The Metafictional Novel from "Don Quixote" to "House of Leaves"20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL3342Millennial Fictions20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL3365Theatricalities: Beckett, Pinter, Kane20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL3386Telling Lives: Reading and Writing Family Memoir20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL3394Bowie, Reading, Writing20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL3395T.S. Eliot20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL3396Fictions of the End: Apocalypse and After20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL3398Medical Humanities: Representing Illness, Disability, and Care20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL3401Women Writing the 1960s20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL3402Home Bodies: Domestic Animals in Contemporary Literature20 creditsNot running in 201920
ENGL3410Modernist Sexualities20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL3439States of Mind: Disability, Cognitive Impairment and Mental Health in Contemporary Culture20 creditsSemester 2
ENGL3680Postcolonial London20 creditsSemester 1
ENGL3999Literature of the 1890s20 creditsSemester 1

Candidates will be required to take one of the following final year projects:

ENGL3041Final Year Project40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3500History Dissertation40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2

Candidates will be required to study 40 credits from the following Special Subject modules:

HIST3001Conquest, Convivencia and Conflict: Christian and Muslim Spain, 711-121240 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3220Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3235Dividing India: The Road to Democracy in South Asia, 1939-195240 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3260Tradition and Modernity in Colonial Africa: Uganda's Kingdoms 1862-196440 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3270The Third Reich, 1933-194540 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3302Ordinary People: The Everyday Lives of Men, Women and Children in Britain, c. 1920s-50s40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3315Citizens of the World: British Merchants in the Long Eighteenth Century40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3330Europe in an Age of Total Warfare40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3362American Consumer Society in Historical Perspective40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3382The Cultural History of Venice, 1509-179740 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3390The Soviet Sixties: Politics and Society in the USSR, 1953-196840 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3391De Tocqueville and the Democratic Regime40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3395The Troubles: The Northern Ireland Conflict, 1968-Present40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3590White Africans: Intimacy, Race and Power40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3650Stalin and Stalinism40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3665France and Algeria from 1830 to the Present40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3687The Later Elizabethan Age: Politics and Empire40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3695The Korean War40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3740Alliance Without Backbone: Germany, its Allies and Satellites Before and During World War Two40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3745Secret Service: The World of British Intelligence40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3746War on Tribe or War on Terror? Historicizing Afghanistan and Pakistan40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3785Europe on the Move: Refugees and Resettlement, 1919-5940 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST3888The Global Vietnam War40 creditsSemesters 1 & 2

The following modules, where programme / module combinations allow, offer you the chance to explore the diversity of approaches to the study of the past. Some of the modules give you the chance to research and practise History in collaboration with others, both within and outside the University. Students are permitted to take a maximum of 20 credits below their year of study at level 3, where programme / module combinations allow.

FOAR2000Research Placement20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST2505Archive Intelligence: Unlocking the Archive20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST2540History Students in Schools20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2
HIST2557Thinking about History20 creditsSemester 1
HIST2560History on the High Street20 creditsSemester 2
HIST2565Histories of Black Britain20 creditsSemesters 1 & 2

Candidates will be required to study up to 20 credits from the following modules, depending on the choice of final year project. (Students are required to study 60 credits of History at level 3.)

HIST3450American History, American Historians20 creditsSemester 1
HIST3453The Body in Australian History, 1788-200720 creditsSemester 1
HIST3455Consumer Society in Historical Perspective20 creditsSemester 1
HIST3493War, Regicide and Republic: England, 1642-166020 creditsSemester 2
HIST3510Pastors and Prelates: Bishops in England, France and Germany, 950-110020 creditsSemester 1
HIST3515The Baltic Crusades: The Conquest and Conversion of North-Eastern Europe, 1180-141020 creditsNot running in 201920
HIST3689Order and Disorder in Early Modern France: Understanding the French Wars of Religion20 creditsSemester 2
HIST3723Apartheid in South Africa: Origins, Impact and Legacy20 creditsSemester 2
HIST3728The Breaking of Contemporary Britain: Challenges from the Post-War Period20 creditsSemester 1
HIST3732Men and Masculinity in Britain, c.1860-1960: War, Work and Home20 creditsSemester 2
HIST3734Missionaries, Abolitionists and Colonial Philanthropists: Evangelical Attitudes to Empire, 1765-186520 creditsSemester 1
HIST3735Crime and Punishment in Colonial Southern Asia20 creditsSemester 1
HIST3738The Hungry Empire: Indian Commodities That Built Britain's Global Empire, c.1750s-193020 creditsSemester 2
HIST3880'Parasites' and 'Cockroaches': Ethnic Cleansing and Genocide in the Modern World20 creditsSemester 1
HIST3887Changing Enemies: Germany Occupied and Divided, 1945-5520 creditsSemester 2
HIST3900The Soviet Union in World Politics, 1917-199120 creditsSemester 2
HIST3999Doomed to Failure? European Great Power Politics from Bismarck to the Outbreak of World War I20 creditsSemester 2
MEDV3411Medieval Women Mystics: Visionaries, Saints and Heretics20 creditsSemester 1

Level 3 students may study up to 20 credits of level 2 Discovery modules. Level 3 students may not study level 1 Discovery modules unless they are Skills Discovery modules (skd).

Discovery modules:

Candidates may choose to study up to 60 credits of discovery modules over levels 2 and 3, or pursue additional modules in the two named subjects, where programme / module combinations allow.

Last updated: 04/09/2019

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