Postgraduate modules in the Environmental History programme are interdisciplinary and interdepartmental, involving primarily the School of History, but also the Schools of Geography and Geosciences. Entry to the Programme requires a good Honours degree; no prior experience in environmental sciences is assumed or required.
Modular taught courses are provided for the following postgraduate diploma/degrees in Environmental History:
Information about our taught postgraduate courses can be found here.
One-on-one PhD supervision is also available in the fields of Environmental History, and History of Science, Technology, and Medicine; and in the specialist research area of staff members. The usual track to a PhD programme is through an MLitt or MPhil. Exceptionally well-qualified students may be admitted straight to the PhD programme with the permission of the Course Director and School(s) concerned. For more information see the School of History website.
Contact Information: Postgraduate queries should be directed to the Postgraduate Secretary in the first instance.
Postgraduate Secretary for the School of History
Mrs Elsie Johnstone
Tel: 01334 46 2907