MA in Modern and Contemporary Greek and European History (Distance Learning)
The Program is accredited by the The Cyprus Agency of Quality Assurance and Accreditation in Higher Education (CYQAA)
1. Program’s Purpose
The Program aims at the postgraduate education and academic expertise in Modern and Contemporary History in order to provide professional qualifications and wider training to people with special interests on this field. It mainly addresses to holders of degrees of Philosophical and Pedagogical Schools, as well as Departments of History, Political Science, Sociology, International Relations, European Studies, Mass Media, Journalism, Greek and European Civilization, and other similar Schools and Departments. It offers the opportunity of training and professional development to teachers, public servants and other professionals, as well as the opportunity of specialized training to young people who have just obtained their degrees. The goal of the program is to provide a comprehensive understanding of the historical past, of its importance and of its impact on current affairs.
LANGUAGE OF STUDY
The Programme is taught in the Greek language.
The total duration of the Program is three academic semesters. In order to successfully complete their studies, students need to accumulate 90 ECTS. The program is offered in Greek.
In the first semester, students attend four compulsory courses. In the second semester they attend three compulsory courses and one elective course. Each of the courses (compulsory and elective) corresponds to 7.5 ECTS. Students are assessed in each course through a) one written assignment during the semester, and b) final exams at the end of the semester. Written assignments make up 30% of the final grade, whereas final exams make up 70% of the final grade.
In the third semester, students write their MA dissertation), which corresponds to 30 ECTS. The MA dissertation cannot be shorter than 10,000 words and longer than 15,000 words. The MA dissertation is defended orally by the student in front of a three-member committee.
|DHIST601||Historical Studies. Theory and methodology of History||Compulsory||7.5|
|DHIST 602||Modern Greek History (1821-1914)||Compulsory||7.5|
|DHIST 603||Modern European History (1789-1914)||Compulsory||7.5|
|DHIST 604||British rule in the Ionian Islands and in Cyprus||Compulsory||7.5|
|DHIST 605||Greek-Turkish relations||Compulsory||7.5|
|DHIST 606||Contemporary Greek History (1914-1981)||Compulsory||7.5|
|DHIST 607||Contemporary European History (1914-1989)||Compulsory||7.5|
|DHIST 608||History of the Republic of Cyprus||Compulsory||7.5|
|DHIST 609||Greek political parties (19th-20th century)||Compulsory||7.5|
|DHIST 610||History of European Integration||Compulsory||7.5|
|DHIST 600||MA Dissertation||Compulsory||30|