A good foundation for any future is the understanding of what happened in our past. This course takes you through over 250 years’ worth of humanity, with that depth of knowledge you are sure to put your distinct mark on history.
Unit 1: Britain, 1625-1701 Conflict, revolution and settlement
This is one of the most turbulent eras of Britain’s past. In this unit you will examine the execution of Charles I and the rule of Oliver Cromwell as England became a republic; religious upheaval and social change that would mark Britain’s History forever.
Unit 2: Russia in Revolution, 1894-1924
In this unit, you will discover how the largest country in the world was transformed through three revolutions. The execution of a whole royal family, Rasputin and the making of a communist country, makes this a captivating unit.
Unit 3: Civil Rights and Race Relations in the USA 1850-2009
From the onset of the Civil War to the inauguration of Barack Obama, in this unit you will study the long struggle to equality. This course will help you understand the journey of race relations between black and white Americans, we will be looking at not just civil rights but other social changes and asking has true equality been achieved?
Unit 4: Coursework – The Extent to which the Holocaust was part of a long term plan
The Holocaust is regarded as the one of the most devastating acts of genocide seen in the Modern World. In this unit you will explore the extent to which this barbaric act was part of a long term plan of Adolf Hitler’s? You will also examine how this issue has divided the opinions of Historians and decide on where you stand.
- Experienced teaching staff with subject specialist knowledge, some are chief external examiners
- Only college outside London to work with Arts Emergency - a charity proving students with access to Arts and Humanities professionals
- Specialist conferences with leading Historians
- Regular visits by politicians
- Visiting Alumni talks
- Webinars with universities across the country
This course provides you with the opportunity to progress on to Higher Education, employment or further training. Our students have progressed to:
History at Manchester Metropolitan University
English Literature and History at Lancashire University
History and Sociology at the University of Manchester
Classical Archaeology and Ancient History at the University of Oxford
Contemporary History and Politics at the University of Salford
Contemporary Military and International History at the University of Salford
History at Newcastle University
Education and Religion at Edge Hill University
History and Philosophy at the University of Warwick
History at York St. John University
Journalism at Leeds Beckett University
Philosophy at the University of York
History and Politics at Manchester Metropolitan University
Ancient History at the University of Manchester