Undergraduate courses in English, Journalism and Public Relations

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 Shakespeare 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.
This English and History degree invites students to consider literature and the past from a variety of theoretical, historical and cultural perspectives.
The study of two closely related fields such as English and Journalism encourages students to analyse a diverse range of literary approaches.
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.
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.
The BA (Hons) Journalism Studies degree aims to consider the history, theories and research techniques that underpin investigative journalism. Students have the opportunity to learn to use legislation, such as the Freedom of Information Act, to expose the truth and develop the skills to conduct rigorous interviews. Students are asked to apply this learning throughout the degree, researching and producing their own reports.
The BA (Hons) Public Relations degree at Lincoln provides opportunities for students to learn a strategic approach to PR and benefit from an integrated multimedia approach to communications. The course draws on the disciplines of storytelling, crisis management, events and campaigning.