A part-time course is ideal if you need to balance studying for a degree with other commitments. We offer part-time courses in a wide range of subjects. By taking more time to complete your studies you could enjoy the best of both worlds.
- BA and BSc in Archaeology
- BA in Classical Past
- BA in Classics
- BA in Combined Arts
- BA in Combined Social Sciences
- BA in Criminology
- BA in History
- BA in Modern Languages
- BA in Sociology
- BA in Theology
- Foundation Centre.
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- BSc in Anthropology
- BSc in Health and Human Sciences
- Foundation Centre.
Learn alongside full-time students
When studying part-time with us you benefit from the same high quality research-led teaching as all our other undergraduates. You attend lectures, seminars and tutorials with full-time and other part-time students during the normal timetable (9am to 6.15pm).
There are many flexible study options available to you. The modular structure of the courses provides you with the flexibility to enable you to set the pace of your studies to suit your circumstances. You therefore have the option to take longer to complete your studies, up to a maximum of three years to complete each level of your degree programme.
You also have the option of postponing or completing your degree at a number of stages in your studies.
For more information on part-time courses, and to get an application form, call 0191 334 6128 or email email@example.com.
When redundancy came along I seized the opportunity and enrolled full-time on a BA. But when one year in I found myself having to spend more and more time caring for my elderly mother I decided to give up. The student support officer at my college suggested I try part-time. It took five years to complete but I got there in style with a first class honours degree making, for many, a celebration. My journey continued on to an MA in Social Research Methods and culminates with a PhD. Both of which were funded by the University. “It is never too late nor will it prove too difficult to study for a degree if you really want to do it. If you want to be liberated and inspired but think you might need help and encouragement then come to Durham. You will be welcomed no matter what your age or circumstances. You will not regret it but you may find yourself wanting to stay longer than you first anticipated!Janet Lawrence (2000-2010)