This is a list of all the modules available for study as standalone courses in History. Please note that this is an alphabetical list. You should not study these courses in this order.
OU modules are planned on the assumption that you will study progressively from one study level to the next, starting at Level 1. Modules at Level 2 and Level 3 assume that you are suitably prepared for study at this level. If you want to study a module as a standalone course, you don't need to start at Level 1 but you do need to have adequately prepared yourself for OU study in some other way. Check with advisory staff at our Student Registration & Enquiry Service to make sure that you are sufficiently prepared.
|Course title (code)||Level||Credits||Next Start|
|Empire: 1492-1975 (A326)||3||60||Oct 2013|
|Europe 1914-1989: war, peace, modernity (A327) NEW||3||60||Oct 2013|
|Exploring history: medieval to modern 1400-1900 (A200)||2||60||Oct 2013|
|From Enlightenment to Romanticism c.1780-1830 (A207)||2||60||Oct 2013|
|Making sense of the arts (Y180)||1||15||Jun 2013|
|Making sense of things: an introduction to material culture (A151)||1||30||Apr 2014|
|Medicine and society in Europe 1500-1930 (A218)||2||60||Oct 2013|
|Small country, big history: themes in the history of Wales (A182)||1||15|
|The arts past and present (AA100)||1||60||Oct 2013|
|Total war and social change: Europe 1914-1955 (AA312)||3||60|
|Understanding global heritage (AD281)||2||60||Oct 2013|
|Voices and texts (A150)||1||30||Oct 2013|
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