The School offers many opportunities for undergraduate study, including single honors courses in History, History and Political Science, and Classics. There are also joint honors courses, known as Two Subject Moderatorship (TSM), in Ancient History and Archaeology, Classical Civilisation, Greek, Latin, History, and History of Art and Architecture. All Undergraduate degrees are four years in duration.
All these degree programmes are run within the individual departments of the School. Members of staff are strongly committed to research-led undergraduate teaching and throughout the four years of study, the School lays particular emphasis on small-group teaching. Heads of each Department will be happy to answer questions concerning the general structure and content of their degree programmes. Every module has a co-ordinator (listed on the module web pages) who will be happy to give specific information about individual modules. Guidelines and introductory reading are also available on individual module web pages.
In 2009 the School launched an exciting new undergraduate degree programme in Ancient and Medieval History and Culture.