3 years

University of York
Intakes : Sep
Duration : 3 years
Award : University of York

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Entry Requirements


Registration Fee
Resource Fee
Tuition Fee (Home)
MYR 355,590
Estimated Total Fees
MYR 355,590

Course Content

Year 1

  • Evidence and Methods
  • Group Research Project
  • Societies and Economies in World History
  • Economics 1
  • Mathematics 1

Year 2

  • Disciplines of History 1
  • Microeconomics II
  • Macroeconomics II

Option Modules

Year 1

  • Historical Perspectives on Economic Growth
  • Probability 1
  • Statistics 1

Year 2

You will choose from a selection of Histories and Contexts option modules, examples of which may include:

  • Ancien Régime France, 1500-1787
  • Britain in the Long Twentieth Century
  • Ending European Empires: Decolonization after 1945 in Comparative Perspective
  • From Grave Robbers to Gene Therapy: The Rise of Modern Medicine
  • Histories in Public: Understandings of the Past in Today's Society
  • Kingship, Rule and Mythmaking: England 1065-1307
  • Narrators and Historical Memory in the Middle Ages
  • Righteous Might: American Politics and Society since 1877
  • The Tudor Regime: Power, Propaganda and Faith, 1485-1603

You will choose from a selection of Explorations option modules, examples of which may include:

  • An Inconvenient Truth: Climate and Capitalism in the Modern World
  • Black Radicalism in the Americas
  • Britain and the World Since 1945
  • British Police and the Democratic Idea since 1829
  • Catherine the Great 1763 – 1796
  • From the Global Shadows: Africa and the World since the 1950s
  • Knowledge and Empire, c.1760-1965
  • Law and Society in Later Medieval England (c.1300-1500)
  • Revolutions, Scandals and Reforms: British Political Culture, 1688-1832
  • The British Atlantic World, 1576-1692: From Roanoke Colony to the Salem Witch Trials
  • The Color Line: Race and Empire in British, French and North American Worlds, c.1860-1945
  • The Good World: Visions of Rule and Power in Italy, 1200-1400
  • The Long Black Freedom Struggle in the U.S. since 1865
  • The Making of England, c.850-1066
  • The Pursuit of Happiness: The Politics of Leisure and Pastime in Twentieth-Century America
  • Uniting the Kingdom: Britishness and the Four Nations, 1707-1815
  • Using and Abusing the Past in Britain, 1835-2018
  • What News?' People and Politics in Early Modern Britain
  • Wild Things: A Cultural History of Animals, 1700-1900

You will choose from a selection of Economics option modules, examples of which may include:

  • Econometrics II
  • Economic Growth and Development


Year 3

Option modules

  • History Dissertation

You will choose from a selection of Special Subject option modules, examples of which may include:

  • Fantasy and Friction: US-Middle East Relations from 1945
  • Francis Bacon: Myth, Magic and Morals
  • From Colonial to Post-Colonial States? The Twentieth Century Caribbean
  • Improvement, Modernization or Violence? 'Development' in Historical Perspective
  • Inquisitors and Heretics in the High Middle Ages
  • Ireland in the Age of Revolution
  • Joan of Arc
  • John Stuart Mill and Victorian Britain
  • Ploughing the Sea? The Spanish American Wars of Independence, 1750-1830
  • Possession: Objects and Ownership in Early Modern England, c.1650-c.1750
  • Reading and Writing in Late-Medieval England
  • Rebellion and Revolution: The British Civil Wars, 1637-51
  • Revolution in the Streets: Faith, Poverty, and Religious Ferment, c.1200
  • Second-Class Citizens: Migration in Modern Europe
  • The French Wars of Religion, 1559-94
  • The Ghosts of Gandhi: India and Africa since the Late Nineteenth Century
  • The Russian Revolution, 1917-21
  • Thomas More: Learning, Politics and Religion in England, 1500-35

You will choose from a selection of Economics option modules, examples of which may include:

  • Microeconomics 3
  • Alternative Perspectives in Economics
  • Macroeconomics III
  • Applied Economics
  • Mathematical Economics
  • Applied Econometrics
  • International Economics
  • Monetary Economics
  • Econometric Methods for Research
  • Industrial Economics
  • Principles of Corporate Finance and Derivative Securities
  • International Economic Growth and Development
  • Experimental Economics
  • Economics of Social Policy
  • The Structure & Regulation of Financial Markets
  • Political Economics
  • Financial and Time Series Econometrics
  • Bubbles, Panics and Crashes
  • Health Economics

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