Teaching and assessment for Scottish History (distance learning) MLitt
We offer a wide range of core and optional modules, meaning that you can tailor your qualification to your own interests.
Content is available online and you will work through it carrying out a series of assessed, self-study, and group tasks. You will be given the opportunity to communicate with your fellow students via the discussion board and to work on embedded source material.
You will always have a subject expert as your tutor and many tutors will also offer voluntary webinar sessions.
Assessment is carried out via coursework and discussion board participation. There are variations across modules however weighting is usually as follows:
- 1 x final assignment = 50%
- 2 x assessed tasks = 20% each
- Discussion board participation = 10%
These modules are an essential part of your course.
HY51042 - Debates and Issues in Scottish History: Sources, Interpretations and Arguments
HY51037 - MLitt Scottish History (distance learning): Research Proposal and Dissertation
You need to choose one or more of these modules as part of your course.
HY52026 - Health, Politics and Society in the Scottish Highlands, 1840-1945
HY52027 - Scotland in the Age of Mary Queen of Scots
HY53002 - Scotland: Land and People
HY51039 - Scottish National Identities Since 1807
HY51046 - Witchcraft and Witch-Hunting in Early Modern Scotland
HY53004 - Kingship, the Kingdom, and Identity: Scotland in the Thirteenth Century (distance learning)
HU51006 - Scotland and Atlantic Slavery
HY53005 - Scotland and the Jacobite Cause
RM50007 - Scots Palaeography & Diplomatic
RM50008 - Skills & Sources for Family & Local History in Scotland
If you have any questions about the admissions process, studying, or living in Dundee, please contact us