British and American Culture and Society, 7,5 Credits

This course focuses on some central aspects of cultural and national identity in Britain and the US, examining these critically. Categories such as gender, ethnicity and class are introduced and explored in the context of British and American culture and society.

ECTS Credits

7,5 Credits

Level of education

First cycle, has only upper-secondary level entry requirements (G1N)

School

School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences

When is the course offered?

Prerequisites: General entry requirements (cources labelled A2)

or

General entry requirements and also English B (cources labelled 2)

Selection: Average grade/national university aptitude test/university points

Additional information: Teaching Methods

The course can be made up of lectures, laboratory work, seminars, field studies, exercises, placement studies, web-based discussions and/or workshops.

Assessment


The course can be assessed through written examination, take-home examination, compulsory course components, paper, essay and/or oral examination.

Course syllabus

Application code: X1000

Prerequisites: General entry requirements (cources labelled A2)

or

General entry requirements and also English B (cources labelled 2)

Selection: Average grade/national university aptitude test/university points

Additional information: Teaching Methods

The course can be made up of lectures, laboratory work, seminars, field studies, exercises, placement studies, web-based discussions and/or workshops.

Assessment


The course can be assessed through written examination, take-home examination, compulsory course components, paper, essay and/or oral examination.

Course syllabus

Application code: X1100

Prerequisites: General entry requirements (cources labelled A2)

or

General entry requirements and also English B (cources labelled 2)

Selection: Average grade/national university aptitude test/university points

Additional information: Teaching Methods

The course can be made up of lectures, laboratory work, seminars, field studies, exercises, placement studies, web-based discussions and/or workshops.

Assessment


The course can be assessed through written examination, take-home examination, compulsory course components, paper, essay and/or oral examination.

Course syllabus

Application code: V1049