This exciting and challenging interdisciplinary degree offers flexibility, with intellectual depth and diversity. You choose a “major” in a humanities or social science subject – examples include English, History, Music, Theatre and Performance, Philosophy, Politics, and Religious Studies. This strand of the course gives you intellectual depth. You also take a bundle of modules from three out of seven broad Topic areas: Literature and the Visual Arts; Society and Politics; Performance, Theatre and Music; the Digital World; Living Histories and Heritage; Learning a Language; and Ethics, Science and Religion. This strand enables you to follow your interests across a wide range of subject areas, and teaches you skills of cross-disciplinary inquiry. The programme also provides opportunities for engagement with external partners such as businesses, museums and charities.