Are you excited to learn about historic events such as the English Civil War? Are you looking to explore the pressing issues of crime and deviance? Are you excited to explore global social and cultural changes that have revolutionised and shaped human's relationships with the environment? Covering a broad range of both Criminology and History topics, you'll develop a life long appreciation of the historical past as well as its influence on the societies of today and tomorrow, whilst considering issues of crime within those societies.
92%overall student satisfaction for History National Student Survey, 2017-19
Work Placementavailable as an optional module for 2nd year Humanities students
100%score for 3* impact in History Research Excellence Framework, 2014
"Throughout my time at Keele and by throwing myself into as much as possible, I feel like I grew in confidence from being quite shy, and my view of the world opened up a lot." Read more
"I had the opportunity to study modules in crime, media and CCTV surveillance" - read more about Kathryn Morgan
"During the second year of my degree, I spent an exchange semester in the United States where I met a leading Kennedy historian " - read more about Sam Taylor
"My placement provided me the opportunity to gain valuable experience working within the museum sector that I can apply to a similar role in the future" Read more
"I've been able to tailor my History degree to choose modules in the things I'm really interested in." - read more about Jacqueline Fradley
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