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  • In terms 1 and 2 students take two courses from the following: Old English philology; Middle English philology; Modern English philology to c.1900; Ol... more >

  • Five modules; applications of remote sensing; photogrammetry; practice of aerial archaeology1; geophysical survey; practice of aerial archaeology 2 (b... more >

  • An unparalleled variety of specialist courses in medieval Scottish studies in history, archaeology and literature covering the whole span of medieval history from the 6th to the Sixteenth centuries; a full range of courses for acquiring the skills for p... more >

  • Join world-class scholars at the University of Glasgow for a taught Masters degree in History.  This degree can be the ideal first step towards a PhD or simply a chance to explore intriguing subjects in depth.  The degree can be taken as an... more >

  • The MAcc degree is offered on the basis of a one-year full-time programme of study, consisting of two terms of coursework followed by a project/disser... more >

  • M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees are offered in any of the department's research areas. There is a large group of research students and general research training is given in addition to individual research projects. more >

  • The MLitt in History creates a framework into which can be slotted a number of different skills- and content-based modules. more >

  • A core course on the Mediterranean World and two optional courses: either Classical Archaeology with several theoretical/empirical aspects or Prehistoric Archaeology in the Mediterranean (a range of options in each group). more >

  • The Scottish Doctoral Program in Economics is a collaborative venture combining the teaching and research stremgths of eight universities and offers opporunities to study for a Masters degree and a PhD degree. more >

  • The Local Economic Development Qualification is run through evening classes and flexible, part time distance learning modules. It is designed to broaden the knowledge and improve the effectiveness of Economic Development practitioners. more >

  • Students take core courses on (1) computer-based historical methods, covering sources, databases, XML databases, HTML, and their application to histor... more >

  • The programme aims to introduce students to the development, analysis and evaluation of public policy. more >

  • Taught entirely within the French Department and using the first class resources of the Hetherington Language Centre this course covers a variety of n... more >

  • Why did American culture, politics, and business became so dominant in the 19th and 20th centuries, and in what directions might it be headed in the 21st century? The programme is linked to the Andrew Hook Centre for American Studies, which hosts vis... more >

  • British, European and Far Eastern decorative arts in Eighteenth, Nineteenth, and Twentieth centuries. The evolution of interiors / objects in their artistic, social, economic and technological contexts. Evaluation of design and craftsmanship in relation... more >

  • Opportunities for research in Slavonic Studies, Russian, Czech and Polish. more >

  • Two subjects from Greek archaeology, Greek tragedy, Greek history, Greek comedy, Roman epic, Roman fiction, Roman love poetry, Medieval Latin. more >

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