Distance Learning Programmes in Humanities


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Studying Humanities means exploring the archive of everything humans thought, achieved, wrote, and believed throughout history. By studying Humanities, you get a complete picture of what makes human beings fully interesting, complicated, weird, and unique.

Students enter into a variety of fields that explore the art, discoveries, rituals, traditions, and cultures that humans have invented over time. Basically, this field give us the record of human experience.

There are several fields built into the Humanities. Students can find wide-ranging subjects such as:

• Literature
• Philosophy
• Religious Studies
• Art History
• Linguistics
• Cultural Studies

Students who study Humanities tend to enter into the following careers:

• Education
• Journalism
• Law
• Academia
• Public Relations
• The glamourous world of internet copywriting

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Suggested Online Programmes Humanities

B.A. History (Honours)

This wide-ranging and fascinating course will develop and deepen your knowledge of different periods of history from antiquity to the twentieth century. The History (Honours) programme is offered at The Open University UK.

United Kingdom
M.A. History

The online M.A. in History at The Open University UK explores key historical data that occurred in the United Kingdom and Ireland during the 17th and beginning of 19th century. The Master’s programme integrates topics like poverty, welfare, the role of family and religion in the society and the economic impact of industrialization. Gain skills in historical research and logical reasoning.

United Kingdom
Short Course Worlds of English

What are the origins of the English language? How has it spread internationally? Is the worldwide influence of English a cause for celebration or concern? How is it changing in response to social, cultural, and technological developments? World of English Course is offered at The Open University UK.

United Kingdom