The School of Critical + Cultural Studies offers an integrated programme of creative arts education to support the development of your practice through the exchange of academic and practice-led inquiry. Common units of study provide a framework for individual creative practitioners to consider and explore questions across socio-cultural, ethical and political contexts. Throughout your study, you will have the opportunity to be working alongside students from all schools and taught by multi-disciplinary staff teams helping you build critical and cultural competencies to plural positions and diverse perspectives.
Our unit structure applies to all of our undergraduate courses and creates a culture that promotes curiosity and creative thinking that extends beyond subject boundaries. Thematic approaches encourage an environment of free-flowing creative learning and opportunities for collaboration. Each unit will be contextualised by the subject specialism, and delivery will manifest uniquely through the specialist lens of each course.
Browse through the Year One, Two and Three headings to see what you'll cover during the course of this degree. For more detailed information, including the content of each unit, assessment criteria and reading lists, take a look at the full course information (Unit Specification Form) document.