Certificate students are advised to take a module which directly relates to the study of Holocaust and/or genocide, chosen in consultation with the programme leader. MA and Diploma students also have the option to choose up to two of their modules from the wider College; again, this should be done in consultation with the programme leader.
MA students will complete the programme with a dissertation – this can either be a written or placement-based dissertation. If you choose to complete a written dissertation its length will be 15,000 words.
This programme will enable you to develop your independent learning skills, develop your written and oral communication and show evidence of these to specialist and non-specialist, practitioner and academic audiences.
Students completing this programme will be equipped to enter work in the heritage, academic and private sectors. Graduate destinations may include museums, non-governmental organisations, charities, teacher training/education, and, for MA students, doctoral study. Those who are already engaged in these fields will benefit from the opportunity to build upon and develop their expertise.