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Undergraduate

Humanities courses

  • Our Politics course is about more than the sound and fury of the daily headlines. It examines the point where power, principle and policy intersect and gets to grips with the practical implications of the most pressing questions…
    • Undergraduate
    • September 2020
    • York campus
    Places still available for 2020
  • Our world is changing fast. New technologies, political upheaval, global environmental concerns – the challenges we face now are not those of previous generations and the tools to address them are yours to discover.
    • Undergraduate
    • September 2020
    • York campus
    Places still available for 2020
  • Increase your confidence in academic study with our Liberal Arts Foundation Year. Develop key skills, explore diverse themes and discuss cutting-edge developments in an array of subject areas within Religion and Philosophy and…
    • Undergraduate
    • September 2020 | September 2021
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
    Places still available for 2020
  • The questions ‘what does it mean to be human?’ and ‘what is justice?’ have inspired philosophers and influenced the development of religious and ethical thought throughout history. This course will introduce you to some of the…
    • Undergraduate
    • September 2020 | September 2021
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
    Places still available for 2020
  • This course will introduce you to the essential elements of the major world religions and enable you to reflect upon the theological, ethical and philosophical issues that arise within them. You’ll discuss diverse theological…
    • Undergraduate
    • September 2020 | September 2021
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
    Places still available for 2020

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