History modules available to non-History department students.
Please note this web page currently applies to the 2019/20 academic year. We will update the relevant information once we have completed our module allocation process for 2020/21.
Thank you for your interest in the History department modules. UCL students from departments outside of History may be able to take History department modules as part of their programme, subject to availability. This webpage lists the History modules with availablility and will be updated regularly as module approvals take place. Module availability will change frequently so please do keep checking back for updates.
Students from outside of History should refer to this list and, if they would like to take any of the available modules, should select the module/s on Portico once Portico opens for module registration. The History department has strict caps on modules so spaces to interdepartmental students are given on a first-come, first-served basis.
SURVEY MODULES - Available to 1st and 2nd year students only
Survey modules run for the full academic year for full-year students, but are also available to affiliate (student abroad) students studying at UCL in one term only for 15 credits.
- British History c.1850-1997
- Bronze Age States in the Ancient Middle East
- Colonial and Revolutionary North America
- Divided Societies: The Mediterranean World in the Age of the Crusades
- History of Modern Germany 1815-1990
- History of Russia 1598-1856
- History of the Habsburg Monarchy 1700-1918
- History of the Soviet Union
- The Hellenistic World from Alexander to the end of the Attalid Kingdom
- The History of Political Thought in the West
- The Roman Empire from Augustus to Theodosius I
- Tudor and Stuart Britain: 1500-1700
THEMATIC MODULES - Available to 2nd years and finalists only
Thematic modules run for the full academic year for full-year students but are also available to affiliate (student abroad) students studying at UCL in one term only for 15-credits.
Note: Non-History department students wishing to take Thematic modules will need to demonstrate that they have previously studied History modules due to the level at which these modules are taught.
- An Economic History of Ancient Greece
- Asia, the Aegean, Europe: Dividing the World in Ancient Greece
- Enlightenments and Revolutions
- Poland and Lithuania Transformed, 1569-1923
- Protest and Policing in Britain, c.1714–1958
- Sin in the Middle Ages
- Successors to the Habsburgs: East-Central Europe, 1914-1945
ADVANCED SEMINARS - Available to 2nd years and finalists only
Though many of the Advanced Seminar modules are running in both terms, many of the groups are now full so it is possible that modules may only have space available in one term, rather than both. Please note the availability in each term below.
Note: Non-History department students wishing to take Advanced Seminar modules will need to demonstrate that they have previously studied History modules due to the advanced level at which these modules are taught.
- Voluntary Organisations, NGOs and the British Public (1914-1985) - FULL
- Gothic: From High Culture to Subculture
- Intelligent Design? Science, Religion and Material Culture 1500-1830
- Learning Early Medicine by the Book
- Peasant Wars and Revolution in Twentieth-Century East Central Europe
- Religious Tolerance and Intolerance in Early Modern Europe
- State, Sovereignty and Liberty: The History of European Political Thought in the Eighteenth Century
- The Age of Extremes in the Balkans
- The Balkans from Empires to Nation-States
Non-History affiliate students
The History department also run a 15-credit module which is available to non-History affiliate (study abroad) students only. Students wishing to take this module should add it to their Portico record during module registration. Places on this module will be approved on a first-come, first-served basis:
For any enquiries related to the available History modules, please email email@example.com