I want to study History, but the university I’m interested in doesn’t offer History as a degree. Does this mean the university doesn’t offer History at at all?

Program Information and Requirements

Chances are the university offers History, but it is listed as a "subject of major interest" rather than as a degree name. "Subjects of major interest" are essentially majors that you can specialize in as part of a degree program.

For example, the university might have a degree called "Arts", through which you could study a number of subjects including History, Drama, Economics, English, French, Sociology, Philosophy, etc.

To view all subjects of major interest available through a given program, go to that program's entry and select the "Overview" tab. You must apply to the general degree program, and then select your major next.

For the most up-to-date information about program availability, contact the university directly.