This degree is designed for students wanting to student modern history (1800-2010). It includes British, African, European, and World history, as well as including key thematic approaches: political, military, cultural, social and gender history. The degree is taught at the unique Chichester campus in the city and is supported by a number of relevant museum partnerships. Students aiming for a career in history teaching (primary/secondary) will gain the chance to take a pre-PGCE module in their final year. Typical course content includes: Colonial history, First World War, Second World War, Cold War, Modern British history, Modern European history. You will also be supported through one to one dissertation supervision in an area of your choice.