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) Art History and History offers students the opportunity to explore the rich artistic and architectural heritage of the past and the artistic practices of more recent times. You can learn how to interrogate visual and material evidence critically, and to construct arguments about societies and cultures, their values and identities through the analysis of art, architecture, material culture and other media. Students can work with 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.
Classical Studies is an interdisciplinary degree programme, drawing on the variety and richness of research and teaching within the School of History and Heritage and the College of Arts more widely. Students have the opportunity to study the Greek and Roman world and its reception with experts in history and archaeology, the history of art and architecture, heritage and conservation, literary and cultural studies, and philosophy, English, and drama.
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.
Lincoln's English and History degree invites students to consider literature and the past from a variety of theoretical, historical and cultural perspectives.
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.
The BA (Hons) Philosophy degree at Lincoln offers students the opportunity to study one of the world's oldest disciplines. The course enables students to ask some of the most fundamental questions about the world around us and to develop their understanding of the place we occupy within it.