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Master of Arts (Honours) Art History and French (With Integrated Year Abroad)


Art History Joint with Year Abroad: First Year
Code Module name Credits
( AH1001 The Art of the Renaissance in Italy and Northern Europe 20 AND
AH1003 European Art and Architecture in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries 20 ) AND
Remaining credits from Level 1000 options

Further requirements

Choose 120 credits in the academic year

French joint with Year Abroad: First Year
Code Module name Credits
FR1001 French Language and Literature 1 20 AND
FR1002 French Language and Literature 2 20 AND
Remaining credits from Level 1000 options

Further requirements

Choose 120 credits in the academic year


Art History Joint with Year Abroad: Second Year
Code Module name Credits
( * AH2001 History and Theory of European Art, Architecture and Design from the French Revolution to Vienna 1900 20 AND
* AH2002 Art, Culture and Politics, from 1900 to Now 20 ) AND
Remaining credits from Levels 1000 and 2000 options

Further requirements

Choose 120 credits in the academic year
Choose a minimum of 80 Level 2000 credits

Automatic entry to Honours requires

  • pass at grade 11 or better required in modules marked *
French joint with Year Abroad: Second Year
Code Module name Credits
^ FR2201 Second Level French Language (1) 10 AND
^ FR2202 Second Level French Language (2) 10 AND
^ View list At least 20 credits from Module List: FR2000 - FR2999 (excluding FR2201 and FR2202) AND
FR2203 French Civilisation: from the Middle Ages to the Age of Enlightenment 10
FR2204 French Civilisation: from the Nineteenth to the Twenty-First Century 10
FR2205 French Literature: from the Middle Ages to the Age of Enlightenment 10
FR2206 French Literature: from the Nineteenth to the Twenty-First Century 10
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
Remaining credits from Levels 1000 and 2000 options

Further requirements

Choose 120 credits in the academic year
Choose a minimum of 80 Level 2000 credits

Automatic entry to Honours requires

  • pass and have an average grade 11 or better in modules marked ^

Entry to Honours

Students who attain grades 11.0 or above at the first sitting in the requisite 2000-level modules and who meet all other programme requirements will be given automatic offers of entry into Honours programmes. Students permitted automatic entry to Honours will only be permitted to trail one module to a maximum of 30 sub-honours credits into Honours.

Some Schools permit qualified entry to Honours (see www.st-andrews.ac.uk/media/teaching-and-learning/policies/honsentry.pdf )

MA Honours with Integrated Year Abroad

The general requirements are 540 credits over a period of normally five years (and not more than six years) or part-time equivalent, of which the final three years are an approved Honours programme of 300 credits, of which 60 credits are gained during the integrated year abroad, 90 credits are at 4000 level and at least a further 120 credits at 3000 and/or 4000 levels.


French Joint Honours: Year Abroad
Code Module name Credits
FR3101 French Integrated Year Abroad 60

Further requirements

select 60 credits in acadeimc year


Art History Joint with Year Abroad: Third Year
Code Module name Credits
View list 60 credits from Module List: AH3000 - AH4089, AH4100 - AH4899 (excluding AH4794 - AH4795) AND
AH3104 The Age of Klimt, Olbrich and Mucha 30
AH3116 Aspects of American Art in the Modern Period 30
AH3122 The British Country House (1650 - 1800) 30
AH3130 Approaches to Art History 30
AH3131 A Survey of Islamic Art 30
AH3196 Modern Art beyond the West 30
AH3901 Walter Richard Sickert and European Art c. 1880 - 1940 30
AH3902 The Country, City and Society in Nineteenth-Century French Art 30
AH3903 The Revival of Greece and Rome: Classicism in Early Modern Europe 30
AH3904 From Hogarth to Sickert: British Painting and the Theatre (1740 - 1930) 30
AH4050 Approaches to Persian Painting and the Arts of the Book 30
AH4076 Rubens and Rembrandt: Parallel Worlds 30
AH4078 Art and Politics in France, 1945 - 1975 30
AH4081 The Scandinavian Art of Building and Design (1890-1960) 30
AH4087 Aspects of Surrealism 30
AH4106 British Furniture 1840 - 1920 30
AH4107 Wyndham Lewis and the Politics of Modernism 30
AH4108 Post-war Scottish Art 1950-present 30
AH4124 Art Nouveau in Western Europe 30
AH4129 The Arts and Crafts Movement in Britain (1860 - 1916) 30
AH4130 Realism and Symbolism in Russian Art 1860 - 1910 30
AH4133 Venetian Art in the Age of Reform 30
AH4140 The Grand Tour: The Artistic Relations between Britain and Italy in the Eighteenth Century 30
AH4142 Aspects of Modern Photography, 1910 - 1950 30
AH4147 Classicism in Western Art: The Legacy of Greece and Rome 30
AH4148 Orientalism and Visual Culture 30
AH4149 The Architecture of the Scottish Mediaeval Church 30
AH4151 Architecture and Culture in Rome, c. 1564 - 1766 30
AH4152 To School? Learning: Artistic Interpretations and Architectural Solutions 30
AH4156 Seeing the Sixties 30
AH4157 The Age of Vermeer: Dutch Genre Painting in the Seventeenth Century 30
AH4161 Gauguin and Primitivism 30
AH4162 Decorating and Furnishing the Country House, 1700 - 1830 30
AH4163 Approaches to Modern Sculpture 30
AH4164 The Patronage of the Arts in the Este and Gonzaga Courts c. 1440 - c.1590 30
AH4165 Cubism and its Legacies 30
AH4166 Histories of Photography (1835 - 1905) 30
AH4167 Symbolism, Decadence and Modernity 30
AH4170 Art, Piety and Performance: Charitable Institutions in Early Modern Venice 30
AH4171 The Arts of Pilgrimage in the Middle Ages 30
AH4172 Manuscript Illumination in Western Europe 30
AH4173 Architecture and its Image. From Brunelleschi to Palladio 30
AH4174 Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela 30
AH4175 Luxury Goods in the Middle Ages 30
AH4176 Early Modern Cities 30
AH4177 Objects of Devotion: The Art and Material Culture of Mediaeval Christianity 30
AH4182 Principles and Protagonists of Italian Renaissance Architecture 30
AH4183 The Senses, Objects, and Buildings in Early Modern Europe 30
AH4184 The Art of the Apocalypse from the Middle Ages to the Present 30
AH4190 Romanticism and Visuality 1780 - 1830 30
AH4191 Art, Science, and Technology 1700-1900 30
AH4196 English Art and Modernism 30
AH4201 British Design and Decorative Art (1750 - 1915) 30
AH4205 Byzantium, 330 - 1453: Art, Religion and Imperial Power 30
AH4207 Receptions of Venetian Painting 1600 - 1800 30
AH4208 The Portrait in Western Art 30
AH4209 Portuguese Renaissance: From Local to Global 30
AH4211 Islam and the Arts 30
AH4212 Cultures of Collection and Display ca. 1851 to the Present Day 30
AH4213 Dada and Surrealism 30
AH4214 Body / Politics: Performance Art Since 1960 30
AH4215 Contemporary Art and the Ethics of Fieldwork 30
AH4216 Mediaeval Islamic Painting 30
AH4217 Childhood in Western Art Image and Interpretation 30
AH4220 Transatlantic Image Making: American & British Art 1750-1850 30
AH4794 Joint Dissertation (30cr) 30
AH4795 Joint Dissertation (60cr) 60
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above

Further requirements

Choose 120 credits in academic year

With the permission of the Director of Teaching and the relevant Head of School, 30 credits in Third or Fourth year may be substituted by 3000- or 4000- level credits from another subject.
French joint with Year Abroad: Third Year
Code Module name Credits
FR3001 French Language 1 15 AND
FR3002 French Language 2 15 AND
View list Between 0 and 60 credits from Module List: FR3010 - FR3099, FR4011 - FR4197, ML3201
FR3021 An Introduction to the French Classical Period 15
FR3025 From the Sublime to the Ridiculous: Nineteenth-Century French Theatre 15
FR3028 Plays, Players and Playwrights 1 15
FR3030 'Tartuffe' in Context, in Performance and in Translation 15
FR3059 From One War to Another: French Politics, Culture and Society 1914 - 1945 (1) 15
FR3063 De Gaulle and Since: Topics in the Politics, Culture and Society of the Fifth Republic (1) 15
FR3076 Writing the Nineteenth Century 1: French Literature, History and Politics 1848 - 1871 15
FR3077 Contemporary French Fiction 15
FR3078 Writing the Self in Twentieth- and Twenty-first Century French literature 15
FR3079 From Text to Screen: Novels and their Film Adaptations 15
FR3080 Intellectuals in Modern France 15
FR3081 The Court of Louis XIV 15
FR4078 Music in Nineteenth-Century French Poetry 15
FR4103 Translation Methodology 1 15
FR4104 Translation Methodology 2 15
FR4105 Communication Skills in French 1 15
FR4106 Communication Skills in French 2 15
FR4110 Translating French Opera 15
FR4111 Discovering the Renaissance: Imitation, Interpretation and Imagination 15
FR4115 Representations of the Renaissance: Sixteenth-century France in Historical Novels and Films 15
FR4116 Mediaeval Marvels: The Exotic, the East and the Other in Mediaeval French Literature 15
FR4123 Libertine Literature and Libertinage in Eighteenth-Century France 15
FR4125 The French Age of Enlightenment 15
FR4126 Flaubert's France 15
FR4127 Nineteenth-Century French Narratives of the Sea 15
FR4128 A semester with Casanova: myths and afterlives of Histoire de ma vie 15
FR4129 Plays, Players and Playwrights: The Theatre in France 1620 - 1715 15
FR4149 Aspects of Gender in Seventeenth-Century Theatre 15
FR4150 Creative Writing in French 15
FR4160 From One War to Another: French Politics, Culture and Society 1914 - 1945 (2) 15
FR4161 Antillean Identities 15
FR4164 De Gaulle and Since: Topics in the Politics,Culture and Society of the Fifth Republic (2) 15
FR4169 Painting and Writing: the figure of the artist in recent French Literature 15
FR4175 The 'nouveau roman': Undoing the Novel 15
FR4176 Recent Women's Writing in French: Theory and Practice 15
FR4180 Modern French Thought 15
FR4181 Contemporary French Crime Fiction 15
FR4182 Goods and Ads: Consumerism in Modern France 15
FR4183 African Francophone Fiction 15
ML3201 Grammatical Rules and Lexical Exceptions 15
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above

Further requirements

Choose 120 credits in academic year

If unsure please take advice from an Adviser on the number of French credits required/allowed over Third and Fourth Years.

Art History Joint with Year Abroad: Fourth Year
Code Module name Credits
View list Between 0 and 60 credits from Module List: AH4097, AH4099, AH4794 - AH4795 AND
AH4097 60-Credit Honours Dissertation in Art History 60
AH4099 30-Credit Dissertation in Art History 30
AH4794 Joint Dissertation (30cr) 30
AH4795 Joint Dissertation (60cr) 60
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
View list Between 30 and 60 credits from Module List: AH3000 - AH4089, AH4100 - AH4899
AH3104 The Age of Klimt, Olbrich and Mucha 30
AH3116 Aspects of American Art in the Modern Period 30
AH3122 The British Country House (1650 - 1800) 30
AH3130 Approaches to Art History 30
AH3131 A Survey of Islamic Art 30
AH3196 Modern Art beyond the West 30
AH3901 Walter Richard Sickert and European Art c. 1880 - 1940 30
AH3902 The Country, City and Society in Nineteenth-Century French Art 30
AH3903 The Revival of Greece and Rome: Classicism in Early Modern Europe 30
AH3904 From Hogarth to Sickert: British Painting and the Theatre (1740 - 1930) 30
AH4050 Approaches to Persian Painting and the Arts of the Book 30
AH4076 Rubens and Rembrandt: Parallel Worlds 30
AH4078 Art and Politics in France, 1945 - 1975 30
AH4081 The Scandinavian Art of Building and Design (1890-1960) 30
AH4087 Aspects of Surrealism 30
AH4106 British Furniture 1840 - 1920 30
AH4107 Wyndham Lewis and the Politics of Modernism 30
AH4108 Post-war Scottish Art 1950-present 30
AH4124 Art Nouveau in Western Europe 30
AH4129 The Arts and Crafts Movement in Britain (1860 - 1916) 30
AH4130 Realism and Symbolism in Russian Art 1860 - 1910 30
AH4133 Venetian Art in the Age of Reform 30
AH4140 The Grand Tour: The Artistic Relations between Britain and Italy in the Eighteenth Century 30
AH4142 Aspects of Modern Photography, 1910 - 1950 30
AH4147 Classicism in Western Art: The Legacy of Greece and Rome 30
AH4148 Orientalism and Visual Culture 30
AH4149 The Architecture of the Scottish Mediaeval Church 30
AH4151 Architecture and Culture in Rome, c. 1564 - 1766 30
AH4152 To School? Learning: Artistic Interpretations and Architectural Solutions 30
AH4156 Seeing the Sixties 30
AH4157 The Age of Vermeer: Dutch Genre Painting in the Seventeenth Century 30
AH4161 Gauguin and Primitivism 30
AH4162 Decorating and Furnishing the Country House, 1700 - 1830 30
AH4163 Approaches to Modern Sculpture 30
AH4164 The Patronage of the Arts in the Este and Gonzaga Courts c. 1440 - c.1590 30
AH4165 Cubism and its Legacies 30
AH4166 Histories of Photography (1835 - 1905) 30
AH4167 Symbolism, Decadence and Modernity 30
AH4170 Art, Piety and Performance: Charitable Institutions in Early Modern Venice 30
AH4171 The Arts of Pilgrimage in the Middle Ages 30
AH4172 Manuscript Illumination in Western Europe 30
AH4173 Architecture and its Image. From Brunelleschi to Palladio 30
AH4174 Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela 30
AH4175 Luxury Goods in the Middle Ages 30
AH4176 Early Modern Cities 30
AH4177 Objects of Devotion: The Art and Material Culture of Mediaeval Christianity 30
AH4182 Principles and Protagonists of Italian Renaissance Architecture 30
AH4183 The Senses, Objects, and Buildings in Early Modern Europe 30
AH4184 The Art of the Apocalypse from the Middle Ages to the Present 30
AH4190 Romanticism and Visuality 1780 - 1830 30
AH4191 Art, Science, and Technology 1700-1900 30
AH4196 English Art and Modernism 30
AH4201 British Design and Decorative Art (1750 - 1915) 30
AH4205 Byzantium, 330 - 1453: Art, Religion and Imperial Power 30
AH4207 Receptions of Venetian Painting 1600 - 1800 30
AH4208 The Portrait in Western Art 30
AH4209 Portuguese Renaissance: From Local to Global 30
AH4211 Islam and the Arts 30
AH4212 Cultures of Collection and Display ca. 1851 to the Present Day 30
AH4213 Dada and Surrealism 30
AH4214 Body / Politics: Performance Art Since 1960 30
AH4215 Contemporary Art and the Ethics of Fieldwork 30
AH4216 Mediaeval Islamic Painting 30
AH4217 Childhood in Western Art Image and Interpretation 30
AH4220 Transatlantic Image Making: American & British Art 1750-1850 30
AH4794 Joint Dissertation (30cr) 30
AH4795 Joint Dissertation (60cr) 60
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above

Further requirements

Choose 120 credits in academic year

French joint with Year Abroad: Fourth Year
Code Module name Credits
FR4105 Communication Skills in French 1 15 AND
FR4106 Communication Skills in French 2 15 AND
View list Between 0 and 90 credits from French Fourth Year Optional Modules List A
FR3021 An Introduction to the French Classical Period 15
FR3025 From the Sublime to the Ridiculous: Nineteenth-Century French Theatre 15
FR3028 Plays, Players and Playwrights 1 15
FR3030 'Tartuffe' in Context, in Performance and in Translation 15
FR3059 From One War to Another: French Politics, Culture and Society 1914 - 1945 (1) 15
FR3063 De Gaulle and Since: Topics in the Politics, Culture and Society of the Fifth Republic (1) 15
FR3076 Writing the Nineteenth Century 1: French Literature, History and Politics 1848 - 1871 15
FR3077 Contemporary French Fiction 15
FR3078 Writing the Self in Twentieth- and Twenty-first Century French literature 15
FR3079 From Text to Screen: Novels and their Film Adaptations 15
FR3080 Intellectuals in Modern France 15
FR3081 The Court of Louis XIV 15
FR4078 Music in Nineteenth-Century French Poetry 15
FR4103 Translation Methodology 1 15
FR4104 Translation Methodology 2 15
FR4105 Communication Skills in French 1 15
FR4106 Communication Skills in French 2 15
FR4110 Translating French Opera 15
FR4111 Discovering the Renaissance: Imitation, Interpretation and Imagination 15
FR4115 Representations of the Renaissance: Sixteenth-century France in Historical Novels and Films 15
FR4116 Mediaeval Marvels: The Exotic, the East and the Other in Mediaeval French Literature 15
FR4123 Libertine Literature and Libertinage in Eighteenth-Century France 15
FR4125 The French Age of Enlightenment 15
FR4126 Flaubert's France 15
FR4127 Nineteenth-Century French Narratives of the Sea 15
FR4128 A semester with Casanova: myths and afterlives of Histoire de ma vie 15
FR4129 Plays, Players and Playwrights: The Theatre in France 1620 - 1715 15
FR4149 Aspects of Gender in Seventeenth-Century Theatre 15
FR4150 Creative Writing in French 15
FR4160 From One War to Another: French Politics, Culture and Society 1914 - 1945 (2) 15
FR4161 Antillean Identities 15
FR4164 De Gaulle and Since: Topics in the Politics,Culture and Society of the Fifth Republic (2) 15
FR4169 Painting and Writing: the figure of the artist in recent French Literature 15
FR4175 The 'nouveau roman': Undoing the Novel 15
FR4176 Recent Women's Writing in French: Theory and Practice 15
FR4180 Modern French Thought 15
FR4181 Contemporary French Crime Fiction 15
FR4182 Goods and Ads: Consumerism in Modern France 15
FR4183 African Francophone Fiction 15
FR4198 Dissertation on a French Topic 15
FR4199 Long Dissertation on a French Topic 30
ID4002 Communication and Teaching in Arts and Humanities 15
ML3201 Grammatical Rules and Lexical Exceptions 15
ML4794 Joint Dissertation (30cr) 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above

Further requirements

Choose 120 credits in academic year

If unsure please take advice from an Adviser on the number of French credits required/allowed over Third and Fourth Years.

Study abroad

In the case of students who spend part of the Honours programme on a recognised Study Abroad scheme, the Programme Requirements will be amended to take into account overseas courses which are approved by the relevant St Andrews School in the Learning Agreement (see www.st-andrews.ac.uk/studyabroad/outgoingstudents/AcademicInformation ).