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You will visit many historical sites pertaining to the Tudors – in particular Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.These may include the Tower of London, Hampton Court, Windsor Castle, and the National Portrait Gallery. YOU WILL follow this programme by exploring historical events and themes from the beginnings of the

British Empire to World War II. Topics include social reforms; the Napoleonic Wars; the Enlightenment; and World Wars I and II. These are augmented by guided field trips to Admiral Nelson’s flagship, the British Museum, the Natural History Museum and the Imperial War Museum.

Modules

To complete this certificate, you will need to take 21 credits from the core modules, plus 9 credits from any of the other elective modules. ELECTIVE MODULES

CORE MODULES

You will need to complete nine credits from the elective modules listed below.

Code

Title

Credits

HIST437F

Reformation to Revolution

3

HIST437G

Empire to Entropy

3

HIST378A

History Study Tour A

3

HIST378B

History Study Tour B

3

HIST345

Anglo-Saxon Britain

3

HIST404

Adventist Heritage

3

Independent Study

3

English Literature

Core modules

You will need to complete the following core modules:

Code

Title

Credits

ENGL225A

Studies in Literature: Text on Film and Location I

3

ENGL225B

Studies in Literature: Text on Film and Location II

3

ENGL478A

English Study Tour A

3

ENGL478B

English Study Tour B

3

ENGL425H

Literary Topics: CS Lewis, Literature and the Religious Life

3

ENGL425I

Literary Topics: Shakespeare Drama Workshop

3

Course outcomes

Through the Certificate in British History you will: • read and research extensively • write and think critically and creatively • view and critique selected films and documentaries • evaluate conflicting historical interpretations • comprehend and contextualise historical features, sites and activities • build coherent arguments and articulately defend them This Certificate will also prepare you for a wide range of careers and future study options in areas such as education, archivist work, museum employment, media, public relations, advertising, the not-for-profit sector, and administration. Newbold graduates of similar programmes have found employment in a wide range of occupations including editing, law, politics, business, public relations, teaching, and aid and development work.

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