History at Leeds Trinity University is taught with imagination and passion by a team of enthusiastic and highly qualified lecturers. You will gain critical understanding of key historical issues and periods, and the ability to apply this knowledge creatively in the modern world. The programme offers you outstanding opportunities to exercise your historical skills in a professional context through work placements in organisations which engage with history including, museums, libraries, schools and other educational settings. Transferable skills, such as data ,handling and analysis, research skills, project management, report-writing and oral presentation, are embedded in this enjoyable programme, preparing you for your future career and making you highly employable. The course explores a range of different topics, eras and theoretical approaches to history ranging from the Romans to the 20th Century, from Britain to America and the wider world. It tackles issues such as conflict and change, gender, (dis)ability and ‘race’, as well as exploring the foundations of modern thought and the ways in which the past is presented and re-presented. You will learn how to undertake independent research, analyse evidence, and present your findings with clarity and flair, and you’ll develop the confidence to work either by yourself or in a team.