Anthropology, International History and Sociology specialisms
Students who have taken and passed the equivalent of at least three full units of courses in either Anthropology, International History or Sociology will be offered the opportunity to receive a specialism in this subject attached to their degree certificate and transcript.
The courses in the specialism can be taken at any level, though must include at least one unit in the specialism department in the third year of the programme, and they will not be confined to certain courses or types of courses in any of the three other departments. Students do not have to declare formal intent to pursue a specialism at any point.
Students who choose to take courses in these subjects are not obligated to receive a specialism, but have the option if they wish. Degree certificates which include a specialism will state the subject in the title, for example: BSc Politics (with International History).
For detailed information regarding entry requirements, programme content and preliminary reading please visit our BSc Politics programme page.