History degrees generally offer a very wide range of modules, starting with foundational courses in the first year, and then progressing to more specialized options.
Studying history is not just about memorizing the facts of historical events. It also involves analyzing the overall impact of historic occurrences, trends and artifacts on the world – for example, how various revolutions and civil wars have shaped particular countries’ governments into what they are now, or how a strain of belief has developed to influence contemporary thinking
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