Study History with Media Studies at Ulster University in the United Kingdom. History at Ulster covers the period from the early modern era to the 20th Century. Students are given the opportunity to select from a diverse range of modules that cover Ireland, Britain, the Americas, and Europe. Political, social, economic and cultural history are given due weighting in the programme. Taking Media as a minor will allow you to develop a critically-informed knowledge of the multi-faceted role that the media play in social, cultural and political life. The mass media have an extraordinary influence on our daily lives and the way we view each other and the world around us. Examination and understanding of the ways in which the press, broadcasting, cinema and new media work is essential for the modern global citizen. Taking Media as a minor will allow you to develop a critically-informed knowledge of the multi-faceted role that the media play in social, cultural and political life. It thereby addresses the vital need for a broad humanities education that thoroughly examines the modern media of public communication from a range of perspectives. You will have a chance to study modules from a range of subject areas including photography, film, television, journalism and new media. As such, a minor in media will produce media-literate citizens, as well as graduates with a range of intellectual and transferable skills appropriate to the demands of life and work in contemporary society.