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Art History with Economics BA (Hons)

Interpret moments in history through their architecture and material culture, while studying economic theory, and the causes and implications of economic events.

Art History with Economics BA (Hons)

Award:

BA (Hons) Art History with Economics

& NCH Diploma

Student Satisfaction:

98% (National Student Survey 2020)

UCAS code:

V3L1

Location:

St Katharine Docks, London

Entry requirements:

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Study mode:

Full-time

Start date:

20th September 2021 (see term dates)

Study Abroad:

Accelerate Boston (optional)

Duration:

3 years

Annual tuition fees:

Home: £9,250

International: £14,000

Programme specifications:

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Timetables:

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Summary

The study of Art History gives you the opportunity to see and interpret moments in history through their architecture and material culture. The parameters of the Art History major at NCH have been set as widely as possible, from Europe to China, with a time span that extends from antiquity to the contemporary. The courses include cultural surveys as well as more intense media-specific subjects including architecture, landscape, painting and ceramics. The Economics minor enables you to understand and think rigorously about economic theory, and about the causes, consequences and implications of economic events, trends and ideas. Read more

Teaching & learning

You will typically experience an average of 9.5 or more hours of high-quality contact time in each teaching week, in considerably smaller groups than are the norm for UK institutions at the undergraduate level, if you choose to study Art History as your major subject. The exact number of contact hours will depend on your choice of minor subject and any optional courses. Read more

Your contact hours will include a mixture of teaching methods best suited to the subject matter and to achieve the learning outcomes for each individual course. Teaching formats include one-to-one tutorials, group tutorials, seminars, and lectures of between 10 and 60 students for your degree courses.

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