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Level 7 modules available in 2018/19

The modules offered in each academic year are subject to change in line with staff availability and student demand so there is no guarantee every module listed here will run. Module descriptions and information may vary between years.

The following MA programmes are organised on an intercollegiate basis:

  • MA in Ancient History
  • MA in Classics
  • MA in Classical Art & Archaeology
  • MA in Late Antique & Byzantine Studies

MA in The Classical World & its Reception: students may take modules with intercollegiate partners, however the programme is not organised on an intercollegiate basis.

Students on all programmes can take credits from all three of the participating colleges - King's, UCL and Royal Holloway – and also the Institute of Classical Studies. For modules at other institutions, see the UCL Greek & LatinUCL History, Royal Holloway Classics and Institute of Classical Studies websites.

A provisional timetable is available as a PDF here. 

Please consult the King's online timetable for up-to-date information (guest login allows you to select a department then view the timetable by module or by programme).

Module availability list 2018/19

Modules are listed by subject area and some may be cross-referenced.

+ : A cross indicates that the module incorporates a significant amount of reading texts in the original language and requires advanced language skills (except language aquisition modules). In some cases, besides in-class translation there will also be a translation-based element of assessment; see particular details for each module under ‘assessment’’

Research Skills


Language Acquisition 

Full year modules (40 Credits)

Further language modules are offered by other University of London institutions:

Beginner's Latin for Research: UCL History 
Intermediate Latin: Birkbeck History, Classics and Archaeology*
Advanced Latin: RHUL Classics 

*NB: Birkbeck offer evening classes only. Students studying Intermediate Latin  at Birkbeck should register for both SSHC266S7 Intermediate Latin (30 credits) and SSHC349H7 Intermediate Latin II (15 credits) to ensure you have sufficient credit as required.

The Institute of Archaeology at UCL also offers an Introduction to Middle Egyptian Language and an Introduction to Coptic Language & Culture. Please discuss the suitability of these options with your personal tutor.


Literature


History


Art & Archaeology

Full year modules (40 credits)

Semester 1 modules (20 credits)

Semester 2 modules (20 credits)

Term 3 module at the British School at Rome (40 credits)

  • 7AACM851 The City of Rome (40 credits British School at Rome Annual Postgraduate Course)
    **Taught over eight weeks in April and May and only available to KCL Department of Classics students**

Further art & archaeology modules are offered by UCL Institute of Archaeology.


Reception

Full year modules (40 credits)

Semester 1 modules (20 credits)

Semester 2 modules (20 credits)

Reception modules taught by the Comparative Literature Department

Please note these modules are not part of the intercollegiate MA programme and are only available to King's College London students.

 

Full Module List 2018/19

 

 

Modules from other departments

 

Modern Language Centre

MA students have the option of taking a 20-credit language module as part of their degree. This will be taught at the King’s Modern Language Centre (MLC). If taken for credit the 20-credit language module must be taken as part of your overall tariff of 180 credits and will count towards your degree result

NB: The 20-credit language modules are taught over both semesters.
These include:
7AALGK01 Modern Greek Stage One
PGT Interdepartmental modules (KCL students only)
Themes:
• Classical History and Culture
• Early modern history and cultures
• Gender and sexuality
• Humanities, sciences and medicine
• Medieval history and cultures
• Modern history and cultures
• Modern literature, culture and theory
• Music
• Philosophy
• Politics
• Post-colonial histories and cultures
• Theatre and performance
• Translation
• Visual culture and film
You can find listings and details of all modules taught in the Faculty in the relevant departmental pages:
Comparative Literature
• Culture, Media & Creative Industries
English
Film Studies
French
History
Music
Philosophy
Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies
Theology & Religious Studies

Department offices will confirm module availability on application by the student.

You can find listings and details of all available modules in the PDF "Modules by Theme".

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