Newcastle University Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

The Newcastle University Faculty of Humanities and Social Science (HaSS) is the largest of the three faculties at Newcastle University.

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
TypeFaculty
Established1871 (1871) as Armstrong College
Pro-Vice-ChancellorProfessor Nigel Harkness [1]
Location, ,
Colours     Old Gold
AffiliationsNewcastle University
Websitewww.ncl.ac.uk/hss

In its current form, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Science contains nine schools, a graduate school and a language centre (INTO).[2]

The faculty offers over seventy undergraduate degrees, postgraduate degrees and research opportunities, and has a number of research centres.

Schools

The nine schools within the faculty are:

  • Architecture, Planning & Landscape
  • Arts & Cultures
  • Newcastle University Business School
  • Education, Communication & Language Sciences
  • English Literature, Language & Linguistics
  • Geography, Politics & Sociology
  • History, Classics & Archaeology
  • Newcastle Law School
  • Modern Languages

Research centres

  • Centre for Gender and Women's Studies
  • Centre for Learning and Teaching
  • Centre for Knowledge, Innovation, Technology and Enterprise
  • Centre for Research in Linguistics and Language Sciences
  • Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies
  • Global Urban Research Unit (GURU)
  • Northern Centre for the History of Medicine
  • Policy, Ethics and Life Sciences
  • McCord Centre for Landscape

References

  1. "Executive Office". ncl.ac.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-24.
  2. "About". Newcastle University HSS. Retrieved 2011-12-18.
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