Interdepartmental modules are simply modules taken in other departments at UCL. Students have the benefit of being able to take a huge array of modules in other UCL departments for credit.
Please note that interdepartmental options will need to be related to your chosen MA programme and approved by the Degree Tutor.
To find out which modules are available in other departments, please refer to their UCL webpages. Click through to see a list of ‘UCL Departments A-Z’. Select the name of the department you are interested in. You should be able to find a list of available modules for this year. If you have any difficulties, you should contact the teaching department directly. Note that individual departments must prioritise their own students on modules in the first instance, and there are no guaranteed places for students outside of the department.
Commonly, UCL History Department students take modules in the following departments:
- Centre for Editing Lives & Letters (CELL)
- Centre for Early Modern Exchanges (EME)
- Centre for Languages & International Education (CLIE)
- Centre for Multidisciplinary & Intercultural Inquiry (CMII)
- Classics (Greek & Latin)
- History of Art
- Institute of the Americas (IA)
- Institute of Archaeology (IoA)
- School of European Culture, Literature & Society (SELCS)
- School of Slavonic & East European Studies (SSEES)
This list is not exhaustive, and students can take modules from other UCL departments.