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The early Tudors, 1485-1558

The Tudor dynasty, which ruled between 1485 and 1603, transformed England and monarchs such as Henry VIII are larger-than-life figures who are instantly recognizable
Cory Saarinen, eLearning Team,Institute of Continuing Education, Madingley Hall, Madingley Cambridge CB23 8AQ,onlinecourses@ice.cam.ac.uk
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Course at a Glance

Mode of learning : Online - Instructor Lead(LVC)

Domain / Subject : Humanities

Function : General

Trainer name : Dr Andrew Lacey

Starts on : 5th Jan 2015

Duration : 7 Weeks

Difficulty : Advanced

The early Tudors, 1485-1558
The Tudor dynasty, which ruled between 1485 and 1603, transformed England and monarchs such as Henry VIII are larger-than-life figures who are instantly recognizable. But where did the Tudors come from and why were they so successful? This online course will examine the first four Tudor monarchs, we will begin with Henry Tudor's victory at Bosworth, before moving on to examine the complex and often violent history of the English Reformation under Henry, Edward VI and Mary.

Aims of the course:
to provide a narrative of the period 1485-1558
to introduce the key personalities in the period and their significance
to examine the causes and progress of the English Reformation to 1558

Outcomes:
As a result of the course, within the constraints of the time available, students should be able to:
understand the significance of the key events and personalities during the period 1485-1558
engage with the issues created by the English Reformation and their significance
demonstrate some understanding of the long-term significance of the early Tudors and the English Reformation

Schedule (this course is completed entirely online):

  • Orientation Week: 5-11 January 2015
  • Teaching Weeks: 12 January-15 February 2015
  • Feedback Week: 16-22 February 2015

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