Welsh History and Archaeology | Bachelor's degree | Humanities & Culture | On Campus | 3 years | Bangor University | United Kingdom
You can study History as a joint honours degree with Archaeology (50% History and 50% Archaeology).
History is an inspiring, dynamic and relevant subject. It is always expanding and adapting to absorb new ideas and ask new questions of the past. Studying history will also help you develop practical skills valued by employers, such as the ability to collect and analyse data and to construct a clear argument.
The past has many dimensions and there are many routes to it. Archaeology, which deals with material evidence, artefacts, monuments and buildings, is one avenue, while history, traditionally derived from written sources, is another. They are complementary and both are relevant to our past - together they help to guide us through the maze of evidence available to arrive at an understanding of the past.
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