20 Credits SPRING



Aims/Description: The dissertation in History is an exercise of 7,500-8,500 words in which students explore an individually chosen topic involving problems and issues derived from a module taken at level two or level three. It is expected to consist of research at a high level where interpretation and analysis will be of importance. The balance between primary and secondary materials will depend on the topic and an availability of sources. In each case students work independently under the guidance of a supervisor.

Restrictions on availability: Available to students registered for History Dual degrees

Staff Contact: BLACK NICOLA
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Seminars, Tutorials, Independent Study
Assessment: Project work

Notes: Only available to students taking Dual degrees

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