Distance Learning History Degree

Prospective students can pursue distance learning degree programs in History from the following accredited universities:

University of London (UoL)
- The distance learning undergraduate programme, BA in History, has been developed by academics within the Department of History at Royal Holloway. It follows the same syllabus and the same degree is awarded upon graduation.
- It also offers postgraduate programme: Postgraduate Certificate/ Postgraduate Diploma/ MA in History Education, which is developed by The School of Arts and Humanities within the Institute of Education, University of London. Applicants should have a second class honours degree or the equivalent from a recognised institution.

De Montfort University
- It offers the MA in Sport History and Culture for those who want to develop further knowledge and understanding in the field.
- The course is offered by e-based distance learning and can be accessed from anywhere in the world.
- Applicants should normally possess a good Honours degree (2:1 or above) in a related subject.

The Open University (UK)
- It offers the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) History degree and the MA in History.
- The honours degree will be classified either as first-class honours, upper second-class honours, lower second-class honours or third-class honours.

Sheffield Hallam University
- It offers the MA History: Imperialism and Culture by Distance Learning.
- Each module is assessed by coursework, normally in the form of two extended essays.
- Students can study the course part-time over a minimum of two years and a maximum of six years.

University of Nottingham
- It offers the MA in Church History by Distance Learning.
- Modules include: Research Methods and Resources; Earliest Christian writings to the mid-second century; Scholastic Theology from the eleventh to the fourteenth centuries; Christianity in Twentieth-century Britain; etc.

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