BA (Hons) American Studies at the University of Lincoln offers students a distinctive interdisciplinary degree drawing on expertise across the University of Lincoln in American history, literature, film, music, theatre, visual arts, foreign policy and politics.
The BA (Hons) Animation and Visual Effects degree aims to introduce students to the innovative world of moving image, digital visualisation and contemporary narrative. The aim of this course is to develop creative animators and artists with the flexibility to practise their craft in a variety of media.
Our BSc (Hons) Architectural Science and Technology degree aims to meet the global challenges of population growth and rapid urbanisation, skilled professionals are required to design and produce tomorrow’s built environments.
The BA (Hons) Architecture explores multiple approaches and design practices and aims to assist students in discovering their own voice as a designer. Much of the assessment is through project-based assignments, integrating theoretical, technical and design work. Students are supported in developing written papers, technical studies and design proposals in the studio environment.
The BA (Hons) Art History and History course offers students the opportunity to explore the rich artistic and architectural heritage of the past, learning how to interrogate visual and material evidence critically and to construct arguments about societies and cultures, their values and identities. Students can do this alongside the study of texts, from medieval chronicles and modern archives to newspapers and film.
The Arts Foundation Year at Lincoln provides an alternative integrated entry route onto a wide range of degree-level programmes in the College of Arts, including Animation, Architecture, Graphic Design, Creative Advertising, Illustration, Interactive Design, Interior Architecture and Design, Design for Exhibition and Museums, Fashion, Fine Art, and Product Design.
The BArch (Hons) Architecture degree is validated by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and prescribed by the Architects Registration Board (ARB) as providing exemption from part 1, 2 and 3 examinations, which are required to register as an architect in the UK.
Chinese Studies at the University of Lincoln is designed to enable those with no prior Mandarin language skills, as well as those who have Chinese language training or background, to learn how to understand contemporary China, and to appreciate its diverse history, arts and cultures, as well as its global strength.
BA (Hons) Classical Studies at Lincoln offers students the opportunity to become part of a vibrant academic community in a genuine Roman city.
The BA (Hons) Communications and Public Relations degree at Lincoln provides opportunities for students to learn a strategic approach to PR and benefit from an integrated multi-media approach to communications. The course draws on the disciplines of storytelling, crisis management, events and campaigning.
The BA (Hons) Conservation of Cultural Heritage degree offers opportunities to gain extensive, hands-on experience working on a range of historic materials provided by museums, historic houses and private collections. Students can become familiar with different materials, time periods and collections, within their historical context.
Our BSc (Hons) Construction Science and Management programme is designed around the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) Education Framework and the curriculum has been developed in collaboration with industry partners, reflecting the quality and relevance of our course content.
The BA (Hons) Creative Advertising degree at Lincoln focuses on generating engaging and innovative communications. Shaped by collaborations with advertising agencies, this course aims to consider creative solutions for the challenges of global marketing. It explores the relationship between conceptual thinking, copywriting and design with the aim of helping students to develop an understanding of the integrated nature of effective advertising.
The BA (Hons) Creative Writing programme concentrates on the practice and theory of developing a portfolio of work across a diverse array of forms and styles. Some elements of this course are taught by published writers in the field.
BA (Hons) Cultural Heritage at Lincoln examines how cultural heritage can be preserved, studied and presented to the public.
The practice-based curriculum on the BA (Hons) Dance degree at Lincoln reflects the vocational needs of professional dancers. Students will have the opportunity to engage with practical and theoretical methods to become stronger dancers and more dynamic dance makers. A variety of modules offers students the opportunity to develop a range of transferable skills in preparation for their future career. Dance training at Lincoln focuses on contemporary techniques and works to develop and nurture creative practice.
Design for Exhibition and Museums specialises in ‘storytelling’, whether for a brand, a collection or an idea. Projects integrate aspects of graphic, spatial and interactive design. Students work on creative briefs, including designs for commercial projects such as trade stands and brand experiences, as well as exhibition projects for visitor attractions, museums and theme parks.
In studying the BA (Hons) Drama and English degree at Lincoln, students will be encouraged to make connections between the subjects, explore key differences between them and also develop critical rigour while questioning conventional assumptions about literature, drama, and the world.
Our BA (Hons) Drama and Theatre degree puts the creativity of performance at centre stage and aims to prepare students for a range of careers in the theatre and media, both on and off stage.
The BA (Hons) English degree at the University of Lincoln explores a lively and varied collection of texts within their historical and theoretical contexts, from Medieval literature and the Renaissance to postcolonialism and postmodernism.
The BA (Hons) English and Creative Writing degree at Lincoln combines the study of great world literature with the opportunity for students to write their own original work.
Lincoln's English and History degree invites students to consider literature and the past from a variety of theoretical, historical and cultural perspectives.
The BA (Hons) English and Journalism combines a study of English literature with a grounding in a vibrant newsroom environment.
This highly creative course is ideal for those who wish to challenge and inspire contemporary fashion. Students have the freedom to experience and explore fashion, millinery, costume and fashion performance, as well as opportunities to work on collaborative projects.
The BA (Hons) Film and Television Studies is taught by research-active academics working in a variety of fields including national and heritage cinema, gender and sexuality, minority representation, children's TV, and shlock cinema.
BA (Hons) Film Production at Lincoln is taught by multi award-winning industry practitioners and research active academics, and is designed to enable students to learn and develop the necessary skills to become the next generation of innovative filmmakers.
The BA (Hons) Fine Art at Lincoln is designed to provide the expertise and environment to nurture students’ creative development and expression. They can learn from practising artists and arts professionals, and be introduced to a range of professional and transferable skills.
The BA (Hons) Graphic Design degree encourages students to become skilled visual communicators and provides the opportunity to work on project briefs that require practical skills and creative insight to find innovative solutions using a variety of media.
The BA (Hons) History degree at the University of Lincoln is distinctive in the breadth of topics that students can choose to study. These include British, European and American history, from the Roman Empire to the end of the 20th Century.
Illustrations communicate messages in pictorial form. Illustration informs, illuminates, decorates and entertains across a range of media, stimulating imaginations by interpreting, portraying and enhancing the written word.
The BA (Hons) Interactive Design degree at Lincoln is a broad-based design course providing opportunities to work on inspiring briefs to develop the innovative thinking, artistic creativity, flexibility and technical ability needed to succeed in the digital design industry.
The BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design degree at Lincoln takes a multidisciplinary approach that positions the subject between the academically rigorous profession of architecture and the fast-paced world of contemporary visual culture and design.
On the BA (Hons) Journalism degree students are encouraged to put journalistic theory into practice and have opportunities to produce news content to a professional standard while exploring the ethical and legal considerations of the industry.
Lincoln’s BA (Hons) Journalism and Creative Writing programme has been designed to enable students to combine writing short stories, screenplays and poetry with the professional writing required by journalists for magazines, newspapers and online publishers.
The BA (Hons) Journalism and Public Relations degree aims to cover topics that are essential for communications professionals to develop analytical techniques and problem-solving abilities, as well as the cross-disciplinary skills needed for a career in journalism and public relations.
BA (Hons) Journalism Studies at Lincoln aims to provide students with an informed understanding of the role of journalism in society, and the intellectual and practical skills required to succeed professionally as a journalist.
BA (Hons) Magazine Journalism offers students the opportunity to explore the vibrant, challenging and diverse magazine industry, while producing practical work in digital and print.
Taught by experienced, research and industry-active academics, the BA (Hons) Media Production at Lincoln is designed to support students’ growth as creative media professionals and provides the opportunity to develop a range of specialist skills.
BA (Hons) Media Studies offers students the opportunity to examine the transformative role of 21st Century media in today’s digital society, and to develop advanced critical and creative skills relevant to this new world.
The BA (Hons) Music course at Lincoln is a contemporary, industry-focused degree for musicians looking to develop their skills as performers, composers and collaborators within a flexible curriculum that encompasses classical, rock, pop and non-Western music.
The BA (Hons) Philosophy degree at Lincoln provides students with the opportunity to gain a strong foundation in all major areas of philosophy, while developing the analytical and problem-solving skills that can open the door to a range of future careers.
For aspiring photographers and moving image makers, Lincoln’s BA (Hons) Photography degree offers an artistic learning environment that values creative expression.
The BA (Hons) Product Design degree at the University of Lincoln has been developed with people’s needs at the fore, concentrating on the generation, delivery and communication of ideas that challenge conventional thinking and open up new markets.
BA (Hons) Professional Writing is concerned with how writers create and communicate meaning in a 21st Century context, bringing their creativity to bear on practical solutions in a range of professional settings.
At Lincoln, our students can benefit from strong industry links, accreditation and extensive practical experience to help prepare them for a career in the exciting and innovative fields of sound and music production.
The BA (Hons) Sports Journalism is a specialist degree offering students the opportunity to develop core journalistic skills in preparation for careers in the media working with local, national and international sport.
BA (Hons) Technical Theatre and Stage Management takes a forward-facing approach to technical theatre, promotes exploration of new practices and technologies, teaches the fundamentals of the industry, and balances vocational training with academic study.