The course is composed of two parts: 1) European and Norwegian history (circa 800-1500) is taught, and 2) European history (circa 1500- 1750) and Norwegian history (up to 1814) is taught. Both parts focus on the political, economic, cultural and social developmental processes found in these countries. Major topics include interaction and conflict between various social powers, the growth of and changes in governance and institutions as well as population and economic development.
For students in the teacher education: The practice period must be completed and passed.
All other students: A preliminary test must be passed.
Further information will be posted on Canvas when the semester starts.
Faculty of Humanities and Education