Explore the past, present, and potential future of America in this distinctive degree which draws on expertise from across the University of Lincoln in American history, literature, film, music, theatre, visual arts, foreign policy, and politics.
Animation and Visual Effects at Lincoln offers an introduction to the innovative world of animation and visual effects through moving image, digital visualisation, and contemporary narrative.
To meet the global challenges of population growth, rapid urbanisation, and climate change, skilled professionals must produce effective construction and sustainable design solutions that endure over time.
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 offers students the opportunity to explore the rich artistic and architectural heritage of the past, learn how to interrogate visual and material evidence critically, and construct arguments about societies and cultures, their values, and identities. Students can investigate art; architecture; material culture; and texts, from medieval chronicles to modern archives and newspapers.
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 historic city of Lincoln has roots in Roman Britain, providing an inspiring context in which to explore architecture and learn about heritage and archaeology in relation to contemporary architectural design.
Classical Studies at Lincoln offers the opportunity to explore and examine the history, culture, and language of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds to discover how they have influenced and shaped the society in which we live today.
Storytelling, crisis management, events, and campaigning form the core of public relations, and our modern approach to communications aims to help students navigate this fast-paced world with confidence.
Conservators play a key role in the protection and care of cultural heritage, preserving artworks, architecture, archaeology, and museum collections for future generations to enjoy.
Globally we are facing unprecedented challenges in our built environment from changes in climate, technology, urbanisation, and population. This degree aims to produce professionals with the creativity and skills needed to identify and deliver solutions.
In increasingly competitive global markets, it is the brands with creative, engaging, and innovative advertising that stand out from the crowd.
Develop your own distinctive voice as an author and explore the theory and practice of building a diverse portfolio of work across forms and styles with the Creative Writing degree at Lincoln.
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.
This degree focuses on the design of engaging, narrative environments for commercial exhibitions, events, and museums, and offers a bridging of artistic disciplines in a creative, spatial design programme.
Combine your passion for theatre, performance and literature with the BA (Hons) Drama and English degree at the University of Lincoln.
Our Drama and Theatre degree gives you the opportunity to create, perform, and examine innovative theatre and performance.
Explore a lively and varied collection of texts, from medieval literature and the Renaissance through to postcolonialism and postmodernism, with an English degree at Lincoln.
The study of the two closely related fields of English and Creative Writing encourages students to analyse a diverse range of literary approaches and build a solid technical foundation as a writer.
The study of the closely related fields of English and History encourages students to analyse a range of literary approaches and build a soild technical foundation as a writer.
The study of two closely related fields such as English and Journalism encourages students to analyse a diverse range of literary approaches and build a solid technical foundation as a writer.
BA (Hons) Fashion is a 'classically constructed' degree that focuses on the essential partnership between innovative design and technical excellence.
Film and television inform, entertain, reflect, and also shape society, and this course examines the power behind these key mediums.
Explore the fundamentals of film-making from narrative right through to post-production, with a degree designed to develop the next generation of innovative filmmakers.
Fine Art focuses on the artist as a socially responsive, publicly-aware practitioner, operating within physical, intellectual, and digital networks and referencing local, national, and global artistic platforms.
Graphic Design at Lincoln encourages students to become skilled visual communicators, providing the opportunity to work on projects that require practical skills and creative insight to find innovative solutions.
History may be concerned with questions about the past, but the knowledge it reveals is relevant to how we think about ourselves and our place within society today.
Illustration continues to evolve, led by practitioners who aren't afraid to take creative risks. As such, students will be encouraged to be inquisitive, embrace mistakes, and challenge what Illustration can be.
Interior architects shape the spaces in which we live our lives, combining aesthetics with philosophy and function.
This industry-accredited course is designed to prepare aspiring journalists to produce news content to a print or broadcast standard, putting journalistic theory into practice in the researching and crafting of stories.
Combine a love of creative writing with the practical skills of being a journalist in this joint honours degree at Lincoln.
The BA (Hons) Journalism and Public Relations degree combines the craft of journalism - spotting a story, researching, and writing -with the core skills of public relations, such as choosing the angle, exercising good judgement and ensuring a story reaches the right audience.
Journalism Studies goes beyond uncovering and crafting a good story; it explores the rich history of the profession and the important role it plays in our society.
From lifestyle titles to academic journals, there are a wealth of magazines catering for a range of tastes in both print and digital formats, providing various career opportunities for aspiring writers.
Media Production at Lincoln is focused on the creative foundations and technical skills needed to thrive as a professional in a rapidly changing media landscape.
BA (Hons) Media Studies enables students to explore the transformative role of 21st Century media in today’s digital society, and develop critical and creative skills relevant to this new world.
Modern History at Lincoln specialises in history from 1800 to the present day. This close focus offers the opportunity to better understand and navigate an increasingly socially, culturally, and politically complex world.
Music 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.
From London’s West End to more experimental Fringe performances, musical theatre spans the arts, inspiring and entertaining audiences around the world.
Philosophers search for knowledge and truth, exploring the fundamental nature of reality and some of the most important questions about the world around us such as what is the self? What is a just society? Is free will an illusion? And, does God exist?
For aspiring photographers, Lincoln’s Photography degree offers an artistic learning environment that values creative expression and embodiment of the visual form through discovery, engagement, and extended practice within a contemporary context.
With links to the design industry, collaboration with agencies, placement opportunities, and support to launch business start-ups, this course aims to develop the product designers of the future.
Strong industry links and opportunities to gain extensive practical experience are core features of this course in the exciting and creative fields of sound and music production.
This specialist course offers students the opportunity to develop core journalistic skills in preparation for careers in the media, working within local, national, and international sport. The course is accredited by the NCTJ (National Council for the Training of Journalists).
BA (Hons) Technical Theatre and Stage Management is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills to pursue a career in the live arts, entertainment, and events industry. The programme focuses on developing theatre professionals with a theoretical and vocational understanding of theatre industry roles and responsibilities, including academic knowledge and practical experience of the following subjects: stage management; stage lighting; live audio; design for the stage; health and safety; and the technical standards for places of entertainment.
The Technical Theatre and Stage Management programme 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.
This degree has been designed to develop industry techniques and to nurture the next generation of highly competent industry professionals, with the opportunity to gain knowledge and experience working in a number of professional theatre settings.
Students have regular access to the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, a well-equipped, multi-functional venue with a professional theatre and multiple studio spaces. The theatre presents a varied programme of live performance and events throughout the year. Please see www.lpac.co.uk for more information.