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School of Humanities

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  • Find out how media influences society and culture. This varied degree allows you to be creative as well as analytical. Explore the varied world of media, taking in film, television, digital media, advertising and more.
    • Undergraduate
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
  • This joint honours degree lets you explore many different forms of media text. You will read different styles, genres and voices in literature. At the same time you will engage with diverse forms of media; from film and…
    • Undergraduate
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
  • Studying History and Politics will give you a deep understanding of the institutions, processes and events that shape our lives. Contemporary states, politics and ideas cannot be fully understood without analysing their…
    • Undergraduate
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
  • In an increasingly globalised world, politics and international relations tackle pressing contemporary issues such as state power, international security, human rights and global justice.
    • Undergraduate
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
  • Study war and politics through the varied and interrelated approaches of military history, international relations, moral philosophy and media studies. Learn about how states develop, how societies are governed and the…
    • Undergraduate
    • York campus
  • When you study Politics you confront issues with contemporary relevance and practical implications. On this degree you will consider, debate and respond to some of the most pressing issues of our time. You will cover topics from…
    • Undergraduate
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
  • Explore the theories, ideologies and processes which shape modern day thinking and society. Engage with crucial contemporary debates from the varied but complementary perspectives of economics, politics and philosophy.
    • Undergraduate
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
  • Our world is changing fast. With new technologies, political upheaval and global environmental concerns, the challenges we face now are different from previous generations. Confront the biggest issues facing the world today, and…
    • Undergraduate
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
  • Throughout history religion has shaped individuals, societies, cultures and political movements. Religion is as important today as it has ever been, and understanding it is vital to understanding our modern world.
    • Undergraduate
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available
  • These subjects are at the heart of some of the most urgent and important debates in the contemporary world. If you want to tackle the big questions in life, engage with complex philosophical ideas and explore what it means to be…
    • Undergraduate
    • York campus
    • Foundation year available

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