2016/2017

CK101 - THE BA (HONS) PROGRAMME

NFQ Level 8, Major Award

Last updated on 20 October 2016

The BA (Hons) degree programme offers a wide choice of subjects with students selecting four subjects in First Arts from a choice of thirty subjects and continuing with two of the chosen First Year subjects in Second and Third Arts. It is an honours degree programme taken over a three-year period.

To be eligible for the award of the BA (Hons) degree a student will be required to have achieved 180 credits by obtaining 60 credits in each of First, Second and Third Arts. A student may not register for more than 60 credits in one year.

FIRST ARTS

Students must choose four subjects from the groups in Table 1 (below) with not more than one subject from any group.

TABLE 1

TIMETABLE GROUPS

#Groups 2(a) and 2 (b): Students can combine group 2(b) History of Art with any subject from Group 2 (a) in First Year only. Students can only study one subject from Group (2a) and 2 (b) in Second and Third Year.

*Groups 6(a) and 6(b): From second year:

Points to Note:

1. Computer Science: This is available in First Arts and thereafter only as a 10-credit subject within the Single Subject Degree Programme.
2. Portuguese: Students wishing to take Beginners' Portuguese must have obtained a minimum Grade HC3 in the Leaving Certificate (or equivalent) in another modern continental language, or Irish, Latin or Greek.
3. Applied Mathematics: Students who wish to take Applied Mathematics must have achieved at least a HB3 in Mathematics in the Leaving Certificate (or equivalent). Students taking Applied Mathematics in First Arts must also take Mathematics (MA1055). Applied Mathematics may not be combined with Mathematical Studies (MS1002, MS1003, MS1004).
4. European Studies: This subject is available in First Arts and thereafter only as part of the BA (International). European Studies students wishing to transfer to the four-year BA (Hons) International must make an application seeking the approval of the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences. All such applications are subject to examination results and availability of places.
5. History of Art: History of Art may be taken with another subject in Group 2 in First Year only.
6. Studies in Psychology: This is available in First Arts and thereafter as a 10 credit subject in the Single Subject programme or as a 20 credit option in the Major Subject programme.
7. Chinese Studies: This subject is available in First Arts and thereafter as a 10-credit subject in the Single Subject Programme or as a 20-credit subject in the Major Subject Programme in the three year BA Degree. Students wishing to continue with Chinese Studies as a 30 or 40 credit subject must make an application seeking the approval of the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences to transfer to the BA (International). All such applications are subject to examination results and availability of places. These students will spend the third year of their degree studying at an approved university in China and return to UCC to complete their degree programme in Fourth Year.
8. German: Students wishing to select German Non-Beginners should have a minimum grade HC3 in German in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent). Students wishing to take German (Beginners) are recommended to have a minimum of Grade HC1 in another modern continental language, or Irish, or Latin, or Greek in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent). Students will be accepted to the Beginners group only if they have no prior German, or if they have reached a level no higher than Junior Certificate German.
9. Latin: This is available in First Arts and thereafter only as a 10 credit subject in the Single Subject programme.
10. (a) Mathematics: This subject may not be combined with Celtic Civilisation or Spanish in First Arts due to timetable restrictions. Students who wish to take Mathematics must have achieved at least a HB3 in Mathematics in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent). Students who have passed MS1002, MS1003 and MS1004 may not register for MA1055 in a repeat year.
10. (b) Mathematical Studies: Students who have passed MA1055 may not register for MS1002, MS1003 and MS1004 in a repeat year.
11. French: A student will not normally be allowed to select French unless s/he has attained a pass standard in French in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent). It is recommended that students select Latin with French.
12. Béaloideas: Students wishing to select Béaloideas should normally have a minimum grade HC3 in Irish in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent). Lectures are through the medium of Irish. Students may not take both Béaloideas and Folklore. Students intending to apply to transfer to the BA (International) and take Chinese Studies, or continental languages at a Single, Major or Joint subject in second year, as part of it should note that they cannot also register for Béaloideas in second year.
13. Greek: This is available in First Arts and thereafter only as a 10 credit subject in the Single Subject programme.
14. Italian: Students wishing to take Beginners' Italian are recommended to have a minimum of Grade HC3 in another modern continental language, or Irish, or Latin, or Greek in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent). Students wishing to take Non-Beginners' Italian are recommended to have a minimum of Grade HC3 in Italian in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent).
15. Spanish: Students wishing to take Beginners' Spanish must have obtained a minimum Grade HC3 in the Leaving Certificate (or equivalent) in another modern continental language, or Irish, Latin or Greek. Students wishing to take Non-Beginners' Spanish must have obtained a minimum Grade HC3 in Spanish in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent).
16. Digital Arts and Humanities: This subject is only available as a 10 credit minor in Second and Third year for students who entered CK101 on or before September 2015.
 
Quotas for Subjects

All students are guaranteed their four subject choices, provided any prerequisites are met.

Change of Subject (First Year Only)

Changes to First Year subjects will be allowed, provided subject prerequisites are met, up to four weeks after the start of Semester 1, i.e. until Friday, 7th October 2016 . The on-line facility for making changes to subjects will only be open for the first two weeks of Semester 1, i.e. until Friday, 23rd September 2016. Subsequent changes up until Friday, 7th October 2016 must be processed manually through the Student Records and Examinations Office, West Wing, UCC.  Changes for FETAC and Mature students and any other student not presenting with a Leaving Certificate must be processed manually through the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences Office, G31, O'Rahilly Building. Change of Subject Forms are available here.

Examinations

Full details of regulations governing Examinations for each programme will be contained in the Marks and Standards 2017 Book, and for each module in the Book of Modules, 2016/2017.

Three Year Rule

Students must pass the First University Examination in Arts within three academic years from the date of first registration for First Year. Failure to comply with this rule means that the student will be ineligible to proceed further with his/her studies. Exceptions to this rule may be granted by the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences, but only for very serious reasons.

SECOND AND THIRD ARTS

No student may register for Second or Third Arts until he/she has passed the First University Examination in Arts, or the Second University Examination in Arts, as appropriate. The selection of any module is conditional on the Professor or Lecturer concerned and the College being satisfied that a student is capable of profiting by attendance thereat. Students may not select modules which involve a timetable clash.

There are three kinds of BA (Hons): Single Subject, Major Subject and Joint Subject.

BA (HONS) (SINGLE SUBJECT)

The BA (Hons) (Single Subject) programme involves studying two subjects at honours level in both Second and Third Arts. Students should note that there may be minimum credit requirements for entry into some postgraduate programmes. Students must check such minimum requirements with individual departments.

Entry into Second Arts requires: (i) passing First Arts, and (ii) meeting any subject entry requirements (see Table 2).

Entry into Third Arts depends on passing the Second Arts Examination overall.

In each of Second and Third Arts, modules amounting to 60 credits will be studied, with 50 credits in one subject and 10 credits in the other to make up a Single Subject Degree.

BA (HONS) (MAJOR SUBJECT)

The BA (Hons) (Major Subject) programme involves studying two subjects at honours level in both Second and Third Arts. Students should note that there may be minimum credit requirements for entry into some postgraduate programmes. Students must check such minimum requirements with individual departments.

Entry into Second Arts requires: (i) passing First Arts, and (ii) meeting any subject entry requirements (see Table 2).

Entry into Third Arts depends on passing the Second Arts Examination in both subjects.

In each of Second and Third Arts, modules amounting to 60 credits will be studied, with 40 credits in one subject and 20 credits in the other to make up a Major Subject Degree.

BA (HONS) (JOINT SUBJECT)

The BA (Hons) (Joint Subject) programme involves studying two subjects at honours level in both Second and Third Arts.

Entry into Second Arts requires: (i) passing First Arts, and (ii) meeting any subject entry requirements (see Table 2).

Entry into Third Arts depends on passing the Second Arts Examination in both subjects.

In each of Second and Third Arts, modules amounting to 60 credits will be studied, 30 credits in each of the two subjects, to make up a Joint Subject Degree.

Subject Combinations

Table 2 outlines the range of subject combinations available for the three degree pathways. Notes on selection of subjects along with individual subject entry requirements are also provided in the table.

Change of Module

Students wishing to register a change of module must do so via the Student Portal or at the Student Records and Examinations Office no later than two weeks after the start of each Semester, i.e. by Friday, 23 September 2016 (Semester 1) or Friday, 27 January 2017 (Semester 2). Semester 1 modules cannot be changed in Semester 2. No changes in registration will be allowed after these deadlines.

Examinations

Full details of regulations governing Examinations for each programme will be contained in the Marks and Standards 2017 Book, and for each module in the Book of Modules, 2016/2017.

Three Year Rule

Students must pass the Second and Third Arts Examinations within three academic years from the date of first registration for Second and Third Arts as appropriate. Failure to comply with this rule means that the student will be ineligible to proceed further with his/her studies. Exceptions to this rule may be granted by the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences only for very serious reasons.

Programme Requirements

Programme requirements for First, Second and Third Arts may be found here.

Table 2

BA (Hons) Degree Subject Combinations for students entering First Arts in 2016/17

BA (Hons) PROGRAMME (CK101)

                             
  Credits   Group 1   Group 2   Group 3   Group 4   Group 5   Group 6  
  Credits: 50 / 40 / 30 / 20 / 10   (HI) History   (GA) Gaeilge / Irish
  (PO) Politics
(AR) Archaeology
  (SC) Sociology
(FR) French
  (EC) Economics
(EN) English
(RG) Religions
and Global Diversity
 

(HS) Spanish
(IT) Italian
(PH) Philosophy

 
  Credits: 50 / 40 / 30 / 20       (HA) History of Art                  
  Credits: 40 / 30 / 20 / 10       (GR) Greek & Roman Civilisation   (GE) German  
      (CC) Celtic Civilisation  
  Credits: 40 / 30 / 20                       (GG) Geography  
  Credits: 30 / 20 / 10   (AS) Asian Studies   (FL) Folklore **           (BD) Béaloideas **      
  Credits: 30 / 20      
  (MA) Mathematics *
(MS) Maths Studies
             
  Credits: 30       (AM) Applied Mathematics                  
  Credits: 20 / 10   (PU) Portuguese   (SIP) Studies in Psychology   (CH) Chinese Studies              
  Credits: 10   (CS) Computer Science   (DH) Digital Arts and Humanities   (LT) Latin       (GK) Greek      
                             

 

Note:

PROGRAMME REQUIREMENTS

Programme requirements for First, Second and Third Arts are detailed below. Module descriptions are contained in the Book of Modules, 2016/2017.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
AM1052, AM1053, AM1054 (5 credits per module).

Notes:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
AM2021, AM2052, AM2060, AM2071, AM2072, MA2071 (5 credits per module).

Note: Students who register for Applied Mathematics and Mathematics should select MS2016 instead of AM2072.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
AM2061, AM3051, AM3061, AM3062, AM3063, AM3090 (5 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
AR1001 (15 credits).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
AR2016 (5 credits), AR2045 (10 credits)
plus 35 credits from the following:
AR2014, AR2033, AR2034, AR2037, AR2038, AR2047, AR2048 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
AR2016 (5 credits), AR2045 (10 credits)
plus 25 credits from the following:
AR2014, AR2033, AR2034, AR2037, AR2038, AR2047, AR2048 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
AR2016 (5 credits), AR2045 (10 credits)
plus 15 credits from the following:
AR2014, AR2033, AR2034, AR2037, AR2038, AR2047, AR2048 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
AR2033, AR2034, AR2037, AR2047, AR2048 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
AR2033, AR2034, AR2037, AR2047 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
AR3030 (10 credits), AR3047 (5 credits)
plus 35 credits from the following:
AR3031, AR3037, AR3039, AR3040, AR3050*, AR3051, AR3052, AR3053, AR3054**, AR3055 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
AR3030 (10 credits), AR3047 (5 credits)
plus 25 credits from the following:
AR3031, AR3037, AR3039, AR3040, AR3050*, AR3051, AR3052, AR3053, AR3054**, AR3055 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
AR3010 (5 credits), AR3047 (5 credits)
plus 20 credits from the following:
AR3031, AR3037, AR3039, AR3040, AR3050*, AR3051, AR3052, AR3053, AR3054**, AR3055 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
AR3031, AR3037, AR3039, AR3051, AR3052, AR3053, AR3054**, AR3055 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
AR3031, AR3037, AR3039, AR3051, AR3052, AR3053, AR3054**, AR3055 (5 credits per module).

Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here

* Students are not allowed to register for Archaeology AR3050 if they are taking Geography module GG3051.
**Students are not allowed to register for Archaeology AR3054 if they are taking Greek and Roman Civilisation module GR3029.


Students taking this subject cannot take the same module as part of the their other chosen subject, and they cannot take the same module twice during the programme.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
AS1001 (15 credits)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
AS2000 (10 credits)

plus 20 credits from the following:

Asian Studies
AS2002, AS2003, AS2010 (10 credits per module)

Chinese Studies
CH2009 (10 credits per module)

Religions and Global Diversity
RG2311 (10 credits)

Government
GV2239, GV3219 (5 credits per module)

Asian Languages
Asian Studies Joint and Minor students may take a maximum of 20 credits of language per year in year 2 of the programme. Native speakers of Asian languages may not choose their own.
At UCC, students will be assessed by a language tutor and directed to the class most appropriate to their level of proficiency from the following Asian language modules:

Chinese
Students will be assessed on entry and directed to the appropriate class:
CH1001, CH2107 (10 credits per module)

Japanese
Students will be assessed on entry and directed to the appropriate class:
AS1501, AS1502, AS1503, AS1504 (10 credits per module)

Korean
Students will be assessed on entry and directed to the appropriate class:
AS1601, AS1602, AS1603, AS1604 (10 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students select 20 credits from the following:

Asian Studies
AS2000, AS2002, AS2003, AS2010 (10 credits per module)

Chinese Studies
CH2009 (10 credits per module)

Religions and Global Diversity
RG2311 (10 credits)

Government
GV2239, GV3219 (5 credits per module)

Asian Languages
Asian Studies Joint and Minor students may take a maximum of 10 credits of language per year in year 2 of the programme. Native speakers of Asian languages may not choose their own.
At UCC, students will be assessed by a language tutor and directed to the class most appropriate to their level of proficiency from the following Asian language modules:

Chinese
Students will be assessed on entry and directed to the appropriate class:
CH1001, CH2107 (10 credits per module)

Japanese
Students will be assessed on entry and directed to the appropriate class:
AS1501, AS1502, AS1503, AS1504 (10 credits per module)

Korean
Students will be assessed on entry and directed to the appropriate class:
AS1601, AS1602, AS1603, AS1604 (10 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students select 10 credits from the following:

Asian Studies
AS2000, AS2002, AS2003, AS2010 (10 credits per module)

Chinese Studies
CH2009 (10 credits per module)

Religions and Global Diversity
RG2311 (10 credits)

Government
GV2239, GV3219 (5 credits per module)

Asian Languages
Asian Studies Joint and Minor students may take a maximum of 10 credits of language per year in year 2 of the programme. Native speakers of Asian languages may not choose their own.
At UCC, students will be assessed by a language tutor and directed to the class most appropriate to their level of proficiency from the following Asian language modules:

Chinese
CH1001, CH2107 (10 credits per module)

Japanese
AS1501, AS1502, AS1503, AS1504 (10 credits per module)

Korean
AS1601, AS1602, AS1603, AS1604 (10 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

30-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
AS3009 or AS3020 (10 credits per module)

plus 20 credits from the following elective modules:

Asian Studies
AS3006, AS3008, AS3009 (10 credits per module)

Chinese Studies
CH3105, CH3106, CH3107, CH3304 (10 credits per module)

Religions and Global Diversity
RG2311 (10 credits)

Government
GV2239, GV3219 (5 credits per module)

Asian Languages
Asian Studies Joint and Minor students may take a maximum of 20 credits of language in the final year of the programme. Native speakers of Asian languages may not choose their own. Students will be assessed by a language tutor and directed to the class most appropriate to their level of proficiency from the following Asian language modules:

Chinese
CH2107, CH3021 (10 credits per module)

Japanese
AS1501, AS1502, AS1503, AS1504 (10 credits per module)

Korean
AS1601, AS1602, AS1603, AS1604 (10 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students select 20 credits from the following:
Asian Studies
AS3006, AS3008, AS3009, AS3020 (10 credits per module)

Chinese Studies
CH3105, CH3106, CH3107, CH3304 (10 credits per module)

Religions and Global Diversity
RG2311 (10 credits)

Government
GV2239, GV3219 (5 credits per module)

Asian Languages
Asian Studies Joint and Minor students may take a maximum of 10 credits of language in the final year of the programme. Native speakers of Asian languages may not choose their own. Students will be assessed by a language tutor and directed to the class most appropriate to their level of proficiency from the following Asian language modules:

Chinese
CH2107, CH3021 (10 credits per module)

Japanese
AS1501, AS1502, AS1503, AS1504 (10 credits per module)

Korean
AS1601, AS1602, AS1603, AS1604 (10 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students select 10 credits from the following:

Asian Studies
AS3006, AS3008, AS3009, AS3020 (10 credits per module)

Chinese Studies
CH3105, CH3106, CH3107, CH3304 (10 credits per module)

Religions and Global Diversity
RG2311 (10 credits)

Government
GV2239, GV3219 (5 credits per module)

Asian Languages
Asian Studies Joint and Minor students may take a maximum of 10 credits of language in the final year of the programme. Native speakers of Asian languages may not choose their own. Students will be assessed by a language tutor and directed to the class most appropriate to their level of proficiency from the following Asian language modules:

Chinese
CH2107, CH3021 (10 credits per module)

Japanese
AS1501, AS1502, AS1503, AS1504 (10 credits per module)

Korean
AS1601, AS1602, AS1603, AS1604 (10 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.


AN CHÉAD BHLIAIN

BD1001 (15 creidiúintí).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

AN DARA BLIAIN

Ábhar 30 creidiúint

Ní foláir 30 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
BD2001 (5 creidiúintí), BD2003 (5 creidiúintí), BD2004 (5 creidiúintí), BD2005 (5 creidiúintí), FL2013 (5 creidiúintí), FL2014 (5 creidiúintí)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

Ábhar 20 creidiúint

Ní foláir 20 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
BD2001 (5 creidiúintí), BD2003 (5 creidiúintí), BD2004 (5 creidiúintí), BD2005 (5 creidiúintí)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

Ábhar 10 creidiúint

Ní foláir 10 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
BD2001 (5 creidiúintí), BD2003 (5 creidiúintí), BD2004 (5 creidiúintí), BD2005 (5 creidiúintí)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

AN TRIÚ BLIAIN

Ábhar 30 creidiúint

Ní foláir 30 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
BD2001 (5 creidiúintí), BD2003 (5 creidiúintí), BD2004 (5 creidiúintí), BD2005 (5 creidiúintí), FL3011 (5 creidiúintí), FL3012 (5 creidiúintí)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

Ábhar 20 creidiúint

Ní foláir 20 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
BD2001 (5 creidiúintí), BD2003 (5 creidiúintí), BD2004 (5 creidiúintí), BD2005 (5 creidiúintí)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

Ábhar 10 creidiúint

Ní foláir 10 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
BD2001 (5 creidiúintí), BD2003 (5 creidiúintí), BD2004 (5 creidiúintí), BD2005 (5 creidiúintí)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
CC1111, CC1112 and CC1113 (5 credits per module).

Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
CC2001, CC2002, CC2006, CC2007, CC2008, CC2011 (5 credits per module), CC2010 (10 credits)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
CC2001, CC2002, CC2006, CC2007, CC2008, CC2011 (5 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
CC2001, CC2002, CC2006, CC2007, CC2008, CC2011 (5 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
CC2001, CC2002, CC2006, CC2007, CC2008, CC2011 (5 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
CC3001, CC3003, CC3004, CC3006, CC3007, CC3010 and CC3011¹ and CC3012 (5 credits per module)
Students may substitute one module from Semester 2 with CC3009 (5 credits). Students should refer to the Department for timetabling information.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits from the following:
CC3001, CC3003, CC3004, CC3006, CC3007, CC3009, CC3010, CC3011¹ and CC3012 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
CC3001, CC3003, CC3004, CC3006, CC3007, CC3009, CC3010, CC3011¹ and CC3012 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
CC3001, CC3003, CC3004, CC3006, CC3007, CC3009, CC3010, CC3011¹ and CC3012 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.
¹Note: Students wishing to take this module must have studied Early Irish previously.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
CH1000 (5 credits), CH1001 (10 credits).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
AS2003, CH2000, CH2009, CH2107 (10 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
AS2003, CH2000, CH2009, CH2107 (10 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

Students will be assessed by a language tutor and directed to the class most appropriate to their level of proficiency.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
CH3021, CH3101, CH3106, CH3107, CH3304 (10 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
CH3021, CH3101, CH3106, CH3107, CH3304 (10 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
CS1050 (15 credits).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
CS2051, CS2052 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
CS3051, CS3052 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

*Note: The subject Digital Arts and Humanities is being withdrawn from CK101 on a phased basis as a result of the introduction of the CK118- BA in Digital Humanities and Information Technology

SECOND ARTS (2016/17 only)

Digital Humanities is only available as a 10 credit minor in Second and Third year for students who entered CK101 on or before September 2015

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
DH2003, DH2004 (5 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS (2016/17 and 2017/18 only)

Digital Humanities is only available as a 10 credit minor in Second and Third year for students who entered CK101 on or before September 2015

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
DH3001, DH3002 (5 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
EC1131 (5 credits) and EC1132 (10 credits).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
EC2100, EC2110, EC2111, EC2112, EC2115, EC2116, EC2117, EC2118, EC2119, EC2120 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
EC2100, EC2110, EC2111, EC2112, EC2115, EC2116, EC2117, EC2119 (5 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
EC2100, EC2110, EC2111, EC2112, EC2116, EC2119 (5 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
EC2100, EC2110, EC2111, EC2112, (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
EC2100, EC2110, (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

50-credit Subject (2015/16 only)

Students take 50 credits as follows:
EC3137, EC3138, EC3139, EC3140, EC3141, EC3142, EC3143, EC3148 (5 credits per module) and EC3144 (10 credits).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

50-credit Subject (2016/17 onwards)

Students take 50 credits from the following:
EC3100, EC3109, EC3119, EC3127, EC3128, EC3129, EC3135, EC3145, EC3146, EC3147, EC3148, EC3152, EC3153, EC3154, EC3155, EC3156, EC3217, EC3218, EC3219 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits from the following:
EC3100, EC3109, EC3119, EC3127, EC3128, EC3129, EC3135, EC3145, EC3146, EC3147, EC3148, EC3152, EC3153, EC3154, EC3155, EC3156, EC3217, EC3218, EC3219 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits from the following:
EC3100, EC3109, EC3119, EC3127, EC3128, EC3129, EC3135, EC3145, EC3146, EC3147, EC3148, EC3152, EC3153, EC3154, EC3155, EC3156, EC3217, EC3218, EC3219 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
EC3100, EC3109, EC3119, EC3127, EC3128, EC3129, EC3135, EC3145, EC3146, EC3147, EC3148, EC3152, EC3153, EC3154, EC3155, EC3156, EC3217, EC3218, EC3219 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
EC3100, EC3109, EC3119, EC3127, EC3128, EC3129, EC3135, EC3145, EC3146, EC3147, EC3148, EC3152, EC3153, EC3154, EC3155, EC3156, EC3217, EC3218, EC3219 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
EN1002, EN1003, EN1004 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
EN2009 (20 credits); EN2012 (5 credits) plus 10 credits from Semester 1 and 15 credits from Semester 2.

Semester 1
EN2043; EN2046; EN2066; EN2073; EN2078 (5 credits per module).

Semester 2
EN2011; EN2021; EN2023; EN2036; EN2071; EN2077 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
EN2012 (5 credits) EN2006 or EN2007 or EN2008 (10 credits) plus 10 credits from Semester 1 and 15 credits from Semester 2.

Semester 1
EN2043; EN2046; EN2066; EN2073; EN2078 (5 credits per module).

Semester 2
EN2011; EN2021; EN2023; EN2036; EN2071; EN2077 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
EN2006 or EN2007 or EN2008 (10 credits) plus 10 credits from Semester 1 and 10 credits from Semester 2.

Semester 1
EN2012; EN2043; EN2046; EN2066; EN2073; EN2078 (5 credits per module).

Semester 2
EN2011; EN2021; EN2023; EN2036; EN2071; EN2077 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
10 credits from Semester 1 and 10 credits from Semester 2.

Semester 1
EN2012; EN2043; EN2046; EN2066; EN2073; EN2078 (5 credits per module).

Semester 2
EN2011; EN2021; EN2023; EN2036; EN2071; EN2077 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
5 credits from Semester 1 and 5 credits from Semester 2.

Semester 1
EN2012; EN2043; EN2046; EN2066; EN2073; EN2078 (5 credits per module).

Semester 2
EN2011; EN2021; EN2023; EN2036; EN2071; EN2077 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
EN3009 (20 credits) plus 15 credits from Semester 1 and 15 credits from Semester 2.

Semester 1
EN3051; EN3073; EN3075; EN3077; EN3078; EN3107; EN3108 (5 credits per module).

Semester 2
EN3015; EN3037; EN3048; EN3065; EN3072; EN3076 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
EN3006 or EN3007 or EN3008 (10 credits) plus 15 credits from Semester 1 and 15 credits from Semester 2.

Semester 1
EN3051; EN3073; EN3075; EN3077; EN3078; EN3107; EN3108 (5 credits per module).

Semester 2
EN3015; EN3037; EN3048; EN3065; EN3072; EN3076 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
EN3006 or EN3007 or EN3008 (10 credits) plus 10 credits from Semester 1 and 10 credits from Semester 2.

Semester 1
EN3051; EN3073; EN3075; EN3077; EN3078; EN3107; EN3108 (5 credits per module).

Semester 2
EN3015; EN3037; EN3048; EN3065; EN3072; EN3076 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
10 credits from Semester 1 and 10 credits from Semester 2.

Semester 1
EN3051; EN3073; EN3075; EN3077; EN3078; EN3107; EN3108 (5 credits per module).

Semester 2
EN3015; EN3037; EN3048; EN3065; EN3072; EN3076 (5 credits per module).

Note: Students should note that some modules may be cross-scheduled.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
5 credits from Semester 1 and 5 credits from Semester 2.

Semester 1
EN3051; EN3073; EN3075; EN3077; EN3078; EN3107; EN3108 (5 credits per module).

Semester 2
EN3015; EN3037; EN3048; EN3065; EN3072; EN3076 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

EUROPEAN STUDIES

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
ES1002, ES1003 and ES1004 (5 credits)

This subject is available in First Arts and thereafter only as part of the BA (International). European Studies students wishing to transfer to the four-year BA (Hons) International must make an application seeking the approval of the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences. All such applications are subject to examination results and availability of places.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
FL1004 (15 credits).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
FL2001 (5 credits), FL2004 (5 credits), FL2010 (5 credits), FL2012 (5 credits), FL2013 (5 credits), FL2014 (5 credits)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
FL2001 (5 credits), FL2004 (5 credits), FL2010 (5 credits), FL2012 (5 credits), FL2013 (5 credits), FL2014 (5 credits)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
FL2001 (5 credits), FL2004 (5 credits), FL2010 (5 credits), FL2012 (5 credits), FL2013 (5 credits), FL2014 (5 credits)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
FL3001 (5 credits), FL3011 (5 credits), FL3012 (5 credits), FL3013 (5 credits), FL3010 (5 credits), FL3015 (5 credits)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
FL3001 (5 credits), FL3013 (5 credits), FL3010 (5 credits), FL3015 (5 credits)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
FL3001 (5 credits), FL3013 (5 credits), FL3010 (5 credits), FL3015 (5 credits)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
FR1101 (10 credits), FR1201 (5 credits).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
FR2101 (10 credits), FR2202, FR2204 (5 credits per module)
plus 30 credits from:
FR2305, FR2306, FR2404, FR2602, FR2702, FR2311, LL2001, LL2003 (5 credits per module).

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass FR2101.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
¹FR2101 (10 credits), FR2202, FR2204 (5 credits per module)
and 20 credits from:
FR2305, FR2306, FR2404, FR2602, FR2702, FR2311 (5 credits per module)
or 15 credits from:
FR2305, FR2306, FR2404, FR2602, FR2702, FR2311 (5 credits per module)
and 5 credits from:
²LL2001, LL2003 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
¹FR2101 (10 credits), FR2202, FR2204 (5 credits per module)
and 10 credits from:
FR2305, FR2306, FR2404, FR2602, FR2702, FR2311 (5 credits per module)
or 5 credits from:
FR2305, FR2306, FR2404, FR2602, FR2702, FR2311 (5 credits per module)
and 5 credits from:
²LL2001, LL2003 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
FR2101 (10 credits), FR2202, FR2204 (5 credits per module).

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass FR2101.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
FR2101 (10 credits).

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass FR2101.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
FR4101 (10 credits), FR4201, FR4202 (5 credits per module)
plus 30 credits from the following:
FR4306, FR4307, FR4310, FR4311, FR4407, FR4409, FR4505, FR4604, LL3001, LL3002, LL3102 (5 credits per module).

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass FR4101.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
¹FR4101 (10 credits), FR4201, FR4202 (5 credits per module)
plus either 20 credits from:
FR4306, FR4307, FR4310, FR4311, FR4407, FR4409, FR4505, FR4604 (5 credits per module)
or 15 credits from:
FR4306, FR4307, FR4310, FR4311, FR4407, FR4409, FR4505, FR4604 (5 credits per module)
and 5 credits from:
²LL3001, ²LL3002, LL3102 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
¹FR4101 (10 credits), FR4201, FR4202 (5 credits per module)
plus either 10 credits from:
FR4306, FR4307, FR4310, FR4311, FR4407, FR4409, FR4505, FR4604 (5 credits per module)
or 5 credits from:
FR4306, FR4307, FR4310, FR4311, FR4407, FR4409, FR4505, FR4604 (5 credits per module)
and 5 credits from:
²LL3001, ²LL3002, LL3102 (5 credits per module).

Note:

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass FR4101.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
FR4101 (10 credits), FR4201, FR4202 (5 credits per module).

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass FR4101.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
FR4101 (10 credits)

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass FR4101.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

AN CHÉAD BHLIAIN

GA1003 (15 creidiúintú).

For teaching purposes, the Teaching Council require that students must have verifiable residential experience of at least two months in an area designated as a Gaeltacht area. In order to fulfill this requirement an additional 5 credit module, GA3025 Tréimhse Chónaithe sa Ghaeltacht (5 credits), is available to students taking this programme.  The module is taken in addition to the prescribed programme requirements, at no cost to the student.  Work towards this module can be undertaken in part in Semester 3 of years 1, 2 or 3 but must be completed in time for the Summer or Autumn Examination Board in the final year of the programme.  All students will register for this module in their final year, irrespective of when they actually undertake it.  Attendance at, and examination in, the module will be recorded on the student transcript. The module will not contribute to the final degree award.  Students wishing to take this module should contact the Head of the Department of Modern Irish for further information.

Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

AN DARA BLIAIN

For teaching purposes, the Teaching Council require that students must have verifiable residential experience of at least two months in an area designated as a Gaeltacht area. In order to fulfill this requirement an additional 5 credit module, GA3025 Tréimhse Chónaithe sa Ghaeltacht (5 credits), is available to students taking this programme.  The module is taken in addition to the prescribed programme requirements, at no cost to the student.  Work towards this module can be undertaken in part in Semester 3 of years 1, 2 or 3 but must be completed in time for the Summer or Autumn Examination Board in the final year of the programme.  All students will register for this module in their final year, irrespective of when they actually undertake it.  Attendance at, and examination in, the module will be recorded on the student transcript. The module will not contribute to the final degree award.  Students wishing to take this module should contact the Head of the Department of Modern Irish for further information.

Ábhar 50 creidiúint

Ní foláir 50 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
GA2001 (10 creidiúint)

agus sé mhodúil ar a laghad, seacht gcinn ar a mhéid as:
GA2003, GA2012, GA2013, GA2014, GA2016, GA2019, GA2023, GA2024, GA2026, GA2027 (5 chreidiúint an modúl).

Agus aon mhodúl amháin ar a laghadh, dhá cheann ar a mhéid as:
GA2031, GA2032 (5 chreidiúint an modúl).

Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

Ábhar 40 creidiúint

Ní foláir 40 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
GA2001 (10 creidiúint)
agus ceithre mhodúl ar a laghad, cúig cinn ar a mhéid, as:
GA2003, GA2012, GA2013, GA2014, GA2016, GA2019, GA2023, GA2024, GA2026, GA2027 (5 chreidiúint an modúl)
agus aon mhodúl amháin ar a laghad, dhá cheann ar a mhéid, as:
GA2031, GA2032 (5 chreidiúint an modúl).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

Ábhar 30 creidiúint

Ní foláir 30 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
GA2001 (10 creidiúint)
agus dhá mhodúl ar a laghad, trí cinn ar a mhéid, as:
GA2003, GA2012, GA2013, GA2014, GA2016, GA2019, GA2023, GA2024, GA2026, GA2027 (5 chreidiúint an modúl)
agus aon mhodúl amháin ar a laghad, dhá cheann ar a mhéid, as:
GA2031, GA2032 (5 chreidiúint an modúl).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

Ábhar 20 creidiúint

Ní foláir 20 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
GA2001 (10 creidiúint)
agus dhá mhodúl as:
GA2003, GA2012, GA2013, GA2014, GA2016, GA2019, GA2023, GA2024, GA2026, GA2027, GA2031, GA2032 (5 chreidiúint an modúl).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

Ábhar 10 creidiúint

Ní foláir 10 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
GA2001 (10 creidiúint)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

 

AN TRÍÚ BLIAIN

For teaching purposes, the Teaching Council require that students must have verifiable residential experience of at least two months in an area designated as a Gaeltacht area. In order to fulfill this requirement an additional 5 credit module, GA3025 Tréimhse Chónaithe sa Ghaeltacht (5 credits), is available to students taking this programme.  The module is taken in addition to the prescribed programme requirements, at no cost to the student.  Work towards this module can be undertaken in part in Semester 3 of years 1, 2 or 3 but must be completed in time for the Summer or Autumn Examination Board in the final year of the programme.  All students will register for this module in their final year, irrespective of when they actually undertake it.  Attendance at, and examination in, the module will be recorded on the student transcript. The module will not contribute to the final degree award.  Students wishing to take this module should contact the Head of the Department of Modern Irish for further information.

Ábhar 50 creidiúint

Ní foláir 50 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
GA3001 (10 creidiúint)
agus sé mhodúl ar a laghad, seacht gcinn ar a mhéid, as:
GA3002, GA3003, GA3004, GA3007, GA3008, GA3016, GA3017, GA3022, GA3023, GA3024 (5 chreidiúint an modúl)
agus aon mhodúl amháin ar a laghad, dhá cheann ar a mhéid, as:
GA3031, GA3032 (5 chreidiúint an modúl).

Nóta: Iad sin gur mian leo dhá mhodúl Sean-Ghaeilge a dhéanamh agus nach bhfuil Celtic Civilisation á dhéanamh acu mar ábhar, b'fhéidir leo CC3010 agus CC3011 (5 chreidiúint an modúl) a dhéanamh in ionad GA3031 agus GA3032 le chéile.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

Ábhar 40 creidiúint

Ní foláir 40 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
GA3001 (10 creidiúint)
agus ceithre mhodúl ar a laghad, cúig cinn ar a mhéid, as:
GA3002, GA3003, GA3004, GA3007, GA3008, GA3016, GA3017, GA3022, GA3023, GA3024 (5 chreidiúint an modúl)
agus aon mhodúl amháin ar a laghad, dhá cheann ar a mhéid, as:
GA3031, GA3032 (5 chreidiúint an modúl).

Nóta: Iad sin gur mian leo dhá mhodúl Sean-Ghaeilge a dhéanamh agus nach bhfuil Celtic Civilisation á dhéanamh acu mar ábhar, b'fhéidir leo CC3010 agus CC3011 (5 chreidiúint an modúl) a dhéanamh in ionad GA3031 agus GA3032 le chéile.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

Ábhar 30 creidiúint

Ní foláir 30 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
GA3001 (10 creidiúint)
agus dhá mhodúl ar a laghad, trí cinn ar a mhéid, as:
GA3002, GA3003, GA3004, GA3007, GA3008, GA3016, GA3017, GA3022, GA3023, GA3024 (5 chreidiúint an modúl)
agus aon mhodúl amháin ar a laghad, dhá cheann ar a mhéid, as:
GA3031, GA3032 (5 chreidiúint an modúl).

Nóta: Iad sin gur mian leo dhá mhodúl Sean-Ghaeilge a dhéanamh agus nach bhfuil Celtic Civilisation á dhéanamh acu mar ábhar, b'fhéidir leo CC3010 agus CC3011 (5 chreidiúint an modúl) a dhéanamh in ionad GA3031 agus GA3032 le chéile.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

Ábhar 20 creidiúint

Ní foláir 20 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
GA3001 (10 creidiúint)
agus dhá mhodúl as:
GA3002, GA3003, GA3004, GA3007, GA3008, GA3016, GA3017, GA3022, GA3023, GA3024, GA3031, GA3032 (5 chreidiúint an modúl)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

Ábhar 10 creidiúint

Ní foláir 10 gcreidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
GA3001 (10 creidiúint).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
GG1013, GG1014, GG1015 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
GG2022, GG2038 (5 credits)
plus 30 credits to be taken from the following with at least 5 credits from:
GG2005, GG2016, GG2025, GG2037 (5 credits per module)
and at least 5 credits from:
GG2010, GG2014, GG2023, GG2040, GG2041 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
GG2022, GG2038 (5 credits)
plus 20 credits from the following with at least 5 credits from:
GG2005, GG2016, GG2025, GG2037 (5 credits per module)
and at least 5 credits to be taken from:
GG2010, GG2014, GG2023, GG2040, GG2041 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
GG2038 (5 credits per module)
plus 15 credits from the following with at least 5 credits from:
GG2005, GG2016, GG2025, GG2037 (5 credits per module)
and 5 credits from:
GG2010, GG2014, GG2023, GG2040, GG2041 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
GG3001 (5 credits)
plus 35 credits from:
GG3003 (5 credits), GG3006² (10 credits), GG3007, GG3009, GG3010, GG3012, GG3027¹, GG3037, GG3038, GG3041, GG3042, GG3043, GG3045, GG3046, GG3048, GG3049, GG3051 (5 credits per module).

Note:

¹ Students taking GG3027 cannot register for SS3033 or SC3007.
² Only students who have attained at least 55% overall in second year Geography may select GG3006.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
GG3001 (5 credits)
plus 25 credits from the following:
GG3003 (5 credits), GG3006² (10 credits), GG3007, GG3009, GG3010, GG3012, GG3027¹, GG3037, GG3038, GG3041, GG3042, GG3043, GG3045, GG3046, GG3048, GG3049, GG3051 (5 credits per module).

Note:

¹ Students taking GG3027 cannot register for SS3033 or SC3007.
² Only students who have attained at least 55% overall in second year Geography may select GG3006.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
GG3003, GG3007, GG3009, GG3010, GG3012, GG3027¹, GG3037, GG3038, GG3041, GG3042, GG3043, GG3045, GG3046, GG3048, GG3049, GG3051 (5 credits per module).

Note:

¹ Students taking GG3027 cannot register for SS3033 or SC3007.

Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
Beginners' German
GE1103 (10 credits), GE1104 (5 credits).

Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.
Non-Beginners' German
GE1101 (10 credits), GE1102 (5 credits).

Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

Note: Students taking the BA (International) follow slightly different curriculum in Second Arts German. See here.

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
¹GE2101 (10 credits), GE2126 (5 credits)
plus 25 credits from:
GE2100, GE2102, GE2113, GE2130, GE2150, either GE2106 or GE2902, ²LL2001, ²LL2003 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
¹GE2101 (10 credits), GE2126 (5 credits)
plus 15 credits from GE2100, GE2102, GE2113, GE2130, GE2150, either GE2106 or GE2902, ²LL2001, ²LL2003 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
¹GE2101 (10 credits), GE2126 (5 credits)
plus 5 credits from: GE2100, GE2102, GE2113, GE2130, GE2150, either GE2106 or GE2902 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
GE2101 (10 credits).

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass GE2101.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
¹GE3101 (10 credits)
plus 30 credits from:
GE3103, GE3108, GE3126, GE3137, GE3139, GE3142, GE3145, GE3150, GE3151, GE3902, GE3904, GE4323, ²LL3001, ²LL3002, ²LL3102 (5 credits per module).

Note:


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30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
¹GE3101 (10 credits)
plus 20 credits from:
GE3103, GE3108, GE3126, GE3137, GE3139, GE3142, GE3145, GE3150, GE3151, GE3902, GE3904, GE4323, ²LL3001, ²LL3002, ²LL3102 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
¹GE3101 (10 credits)
plus 10 credits from:
GE3103, GE3108, GE3126, GE3137, GE3139, GE3142, GE3145, GE3150, GE3151, GE3902, GE3904, GE4323 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
GE3101 (10 credits).

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass GE3101.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
GK1001 (15 credits)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
GK2003, GK2007 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
GK3025, GK3024 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
GR1001 (15 credits).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

40-credit Subject

Students choose option 1 or 2 as follows:

Option 1: Greek and Roman Civilisation in Translation

Students take 40 credits as follows:
GR2007, GR2018, GR2019, GR2029, GR2031, GR2033, GR2034 LL2003 (5 credits per module).

Option 2: Greek and Roman Civilisation with Language Options

A – Beginners’ Language Level:  Students take 40 credits as follows: 
25 credits from:
GR2007, GR2018, GR2019, GR2029, GR2031, GR2033, GR2034, LL2003 (5 credits per module) 
plus 
GK1001 or LT1001 (15 credits).

B - Intermediate Language Level: 
Students who have passed GK1001 take 40 credits as follows:
GK2003, GK2007 (5 credits per module)
plus 30 credits from:
GR2007, GR2018, GR2019, GR2029, GR2031, GR2033, GR2034, LL2003 (5 credits per module)

Students who have passed LT1001 take 40 credits as follows:
LT2009, LT2025 (5 credits per module) 
plus 30 credits from: 
GR2007, GR2018, GR2019, GR2029, GR2031, GR2033, GR2034, LL2003 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students choose option 1 or 2 as follows:

Option 1: Greek and Roman Civilisation in Translation

Students take 30 credits from the following:
GR2007, GR2018, GR2019, GR2029, GR2031, GR2033, GR2034, LL2003 (5 credits per module).

Option 2: Greek and Roman Civilisation with Language Options

A - Beginners Language Level:
GK1001 (15 credits) or LT1001 (15 credits)
plus 15 credits from:
GR2007, GR2018, GR2019, GR2029, GR2031, GR2033, GR2034, LL2003 (5 credits per module).

B - Intermediate Language Level:
Students who have passed GK1001, or equivalent, take the following:
GK2003, GK2007 (5 credits per module)
plus 20 credits from:
GR2007, GR2018, GR2019, GR2029, GR2031, GR2033, GR2034, LL2003 (5 credits per module).

Students who have passed LT1001, or equivalent, take the following:
LT2009, LT2025 (5 credits per module)
plus 20 credits from:
GR2007, GR2018, GR2019, GR2029, GR2031, GR2033, GR2034, LL2003 (5 credits per module).

Note: Students may opt to return to option 1 at the end of Second Arts.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
GR2007, GR2018, GR2019, GR2029, GR2031, GR2033, GR2034, LL2003 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
GR2007, GR2018, GR2019, GR2029, GR2031, GR2033, GR2034, LL2003 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

Students choose option 1 or 2 as follows:

40-credit Subject

Option 1: Greek and Roman Civilisation in Translation

Students take 40 credits from:
GR3007, GR3011, GR3022, GR3026, GR3027, GR3028, GR3029, GR3030, HI3052 (5 credits per module).

Option 2: Greek and Roman Civilisation with Language Options

A – Beginners’ Language Level: 
Students who passed GK1001 in Second Arts take 40 credits as follows: 
GK2003, GK2007 (5 credits per module) 
plus 30 credits from the following: 
GR3007, GR3011, GR3022, GR3026, GR3027, GR3028, GR3029, GR3030, HI3052 (5 credits per module).

Students who passed LT1001 in Second Arts take 40 credits as follows:
LT2009, LT2025 (5 credits per module)
plus 30 credits from the following: 
GR3007, GR3011, GR3022, GR3026, GR3027, GR3028, GR3029, GR3030, HI3052 (5 credits per module).

B - Intermediate Language Level: 
Students who passed GK2003 in Second Arts take 40 credits as follows:
GK3024, GK3025 (5 credits per module)
plus 30 credits from:
GR3007, GR3011, GR3022, GR3026, GR3027, GR3028, GR3029, GR3030, HI3052 (5 credits per module)

Students who passed LT2009 in Second Arts take 40 credits as follows: 
LT3035, LT3036 (5 credits per module)
plus 30 credits from:
GR3007, GR3011, GR3022, GR3026, GR3027, GR3028, GR3029, GR3030, HI3052 (5 credits per module).

Note: Students who take GR3029 cannot also take AR3054


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students choose option 1 or 2 as follows:

Option 1: Greek and Roman Civilisation in Translation

Students take 30 credits from the following:
GR3007, GR3011, GR3022, GR3026, GR3027, GR3028, GR3029, GR3030, HI3052 (5 credits per module).

Option 2: Greek and Roman Civilisation with Language Options

Students take modules based on their Second Arts language stream and take 30 credits as follows:

A - Beginners Language Level:
Students who passed GK1001 in Second Arts take 30 credits as follows:
GK2003, GK2007 (5 credits per module)
plus 20 credits from:
GR3007, GR3011, GR3022, GR3026, GR3027, GR3028, GR3029, GR3030, HI3052 (5 credits per module).

Students who passed LT1001 in Second Arts take 30 credits as follows:
LT2009, LT2025 (5 credits per module)
plus 20 credits from:
GR3007, GR3011, GR3022, GR3026, GR3027, GR3028, GR3029, GR3030, HI3052 (5 credits per module).

B - Intermediate Language Level:

Students who passed GK2003 in Second Arts take 30 credits as follows:
GK3024, GK3025 (5 credits per module)
plus 20 credits from:
GR3007, GR3011, GR3022, GR3026, GR3027, GR3028, GR3029, GR3030, HI3052 (5 credits per module)

Students who passed LT2009 in Second Arts take 30 credits as follows:
LT3035, LT3036 (5 credits per module)
plus 20 credits from:
GR3007, GR3011, GR3022, GR3026, GR3027, GR3028, GR3029, GR3030, HI3052 (5 credits per module).

Note: Students who take GR3029 cannot also take AR3054

Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
GR3007, GR3011, GR3022, GR3027, GR3028, GR3029, GR3030 (5 credits per module).

Note: Students who take GR3029 cannot also take AR3054


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
GR3007, GR3011, GR3022, GR3027, GR3028, GR3029, GR3030 (5 credits per module).

Note: Students who take GR3029 cannot also take AR3054


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
HI1002 and HI1003 (5 credits per module)
plus 5 credits from:
HI1004, HI1005, HI1006, HI1007, HI1008 (5 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
HI2104, HI2105, HI2109 (5 credits per module)
plus either HI2103 or HI2108 (5 credits)
plus 30 credits from:
HI2003, HI2014, HI2017, HI2022, HI2025, HI2031, HI2036, HI2038, HI2041, HI2042, HI2043,HI2044, HI2045, HI2046, HI2047, HI2103, HI2108 GR2018 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
HI2104, HI2105, HI2109 (5 credits per module)
plus either HI2103 or HI2108 (5 credits)
plus 20 credits from:
HI2003, HI2014, HI2017, HI2022, HI2025, HI2031, HI2036, HI2038, HI2041, HI2042, HI2043, HI2044, HI2045, HI2046, HI2047, HI2103, HI2108, GR2018 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
HI2105, HI2109 (5 credits per module)
plus either HI2103 or HI2108 (5 credits)
plus 15 credits from:
HI2003, HI2014, HI2017, HI2022, HI2025, HI2031, HI2036, HI2038, HI2041, HI2042, HI2043, HI2044, HI2045, HI2046, HI2047, HI2103, HI2108 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
HI2109 (5 credits)
plus HI2103 OR HI2108
plus 10 credits from:
HI2003, HI2014, HI2017, HI2022, HI2025, HI2031, HI2036, HI2038, HI2041, HI2042, HI2043, HI2044, HI2045, HI2046, HI2047, HI2103, HI2108 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
HI2105 (5 credits)
plus 5 credits from:
HI2003, HI2014, HI2017, HI2022, HI2025, HI2031, HI2036, HI2038, HI2041, HI2042, HI2043, HI2044, HI2045, HI2046, HI2047 (5 credits per module).

HI0090 (5 credits), a Personal Development and Review module, is available to History students in Second and Third Arts, outside their 60-credit workload for the year. Students wishing to select this module should ensure that there is no conflict with the timetable for their main programme of study. There will be no fee for the module. The module can only be taken once, either in second year or third year. Attendance at, and examination in, this module will be recorded on the student transcript. The module will not contribute to the final degree award.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
HI3001, HI3302 (5 credits) HI3200 (10 credits)
plus 30 credits from:
HI2045, HI2046, HI3015, HI3024, HI3026, HI3028, HI3033, HI3042, HI3043, HI3044, HI3045, HI3052, HI3082, HI3095, HI3116, HI3120, HI3122, HI3124, HI3125, HI3127, HI3129, HI3132, HI3133, GR3011, GR3022 (5 credits per module). Three modules must be taken from those in Semester 1 and three modules from those in Semester 2. Semesters for modules are indicated below.

Note: Students who took HI2045 or HI2046 in Second Year, cannot select the same module(s) in Third Year.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
HI3001, HI3302 (5 credits), HI3200 (10 credits)
plus 20 credits from:
HI2045, HI2046, HI3015, HI3024, HI3026, HI3028, HI3033, HI3042, HI3043, HI3044, HI3045, HI3052, HI3082, HI3095, HI3116, HI3120, HI3122, HI3124, HI3125, HI3127, HI3129, HI3132, HI3133, GR3011, GR3022 (5 credits per module). At least one module must be taken from those in Semester 1 and at least one module from those in Semester 2. Semesters for modules are indicated below.

Note: Students who took HI2045 or HI2046 in Second Year, cannot select the same module(s) in Third Year.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
HI3001 (5 credits), HI3200 (10 credits)
plus 15 credits from:
HI2045, HI2046, HI3015, HI3024, HI3026, HI3028, HI3033, HI3042, HI3043, HI3044, HI3045, HI3052, HI3082, HI3095, HI3116, HI3120, HI3122, HI3124, HI3125, HI3127, HI3129, HI3132, HI3133 (5 credits per module). At least one module must be taken from those in Semester 1 and at least one module from those in Semester 2. Semesters for modules are indicated below.

Note: Students who took HI2045 or HI2046 in Second Year, cannot select the same module(s) in Third Year.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
HI3001 (5 credits), HI3200 (10 credits)
plus 5 credits from:
HI2045, HI2046, HI3015, HI3024, HI3026, HI3028, HI3033, HI3042, HI3043, HI3044, HI3045, HI3052, HI3082, HI3095, HI3116, HI3120, HI3122, HI3124, HI3125, HI3127, HI3129, HI3132, HI3133 (5 credits per module).

Note: Students who took HI2045 or HI2046 in Second Year, cannot select the same module(s) in Third Year.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from:
HI2045, HI2046, HI3015, HI3024, HI3026, HI3028, HI3033, HI3042, HI3043, HI3044, HI3045, HI3052, HI3082, HI3095, HI3116, HI3120, HI3122, HI3124, HI3125, HI3127, HI3129, HI3132, HI3133 (5 credits per module).

HI0090 (5 credits), a Personal Development and Review module, is available to History students in Second and Third Arts, outside their 60-credit workload for the year. Students wishing to select this module should ensure that there is no conflict with the timetable for their main programme of study. There will be no fee for the module. The module can only be taken once, either in second year or third year. Attendance at, and examination in, this module will be recorded on the student transcript. The module will not contribute to the final degree award.

Note: Students who took HI2045 or HI2046 in Second Year, cannot select the same module(s) in Third Year.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS*

*Holders of the Diploma in European Art History (UCC) (formerly Diploma in Art History), may seek exemption from First Arts History of Art.

Students take 15 credits as follows:
HA1001 (15 credits).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
HA2003, HA2005, HA2009, HA2011, HA2012, HA2013, HA2014, HA2017, HA2022, HA2023 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

 

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
HA2003, HA2005, HA2009, HA2011, HA2012, HA2013, HA2014, HA2017 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
15 credits from:
HA2003, HA2005, HA2009, HA2014 (5 credits per module)
plus 15 credits from:
HA2011, HA2012, HA2013, HA2017 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
10 credits from:
HA2003, HA2005, HA2009, HA2014 (5 credits per module)
plus 10 credits from:
HA2011, HA2012, HA2013, HA2017 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

 
THIRD ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
HA3005, HA3006, HA3015, HA3016, HA3020, HA3023, HA3024, HA3027 (5 credits per module), HA3013, (10 credits)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.


40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
HA3015, HA3016, (5 credits per module), HA3013, (10 credits)
plus 10 credits from:
HA3005, HA3020, HA3023 (5 credits per module)
plus 10 credits from:
HA3006, HA3024, HA3027 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
HA3015, HA3016 (5 credits per module), HA3013 (10 credits)
plus 5 credits from:
HA3005, HA3020, HA3023 (5 credits per module)
plus 5 credits from:
HA3006, HA3024, HA3027 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
HA3015, HA3016 (5 credits per module)
plus 5 credits from:
HA3005, HA3020, HA3023 (5 credits per module)
plus 5 credits from:
HA3006, HA3024, HA3027 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:

Beginners' Italian:
IT1101 (10 credits), IT1201 (5 credits)
Note: Students wishing to take Beginners' Italian are recommended to have a minimum of Grade HC3 in another modern continental language, or Irish, or Latin, or Greek in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

Non-Beginners' Italian:
IT1102 (10 credits), IT1201 (5 credits)
Students wishing to take Non-Beginners' Italian are recommended to have a minimum of Grade HC3 in Italian in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

Note: Students taking European Studies as part of the BA (International) follow slightly different curriculum in Second Arts Italian. See here.

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
²IT2101 (10 credits), IT2102, IT2304, IT2305, IT2306, IT2309, IT2310, IT2401 (5 credits per module)
plus
either ¹LL2001, or ¹LL2003 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
²IT2101 (10 credits), IT2102, IT2304, IT2305, IT2306, IT2309, IT2310 (5 credits per module)
or
35 credits from ²IT2101 (10 credits), IT2102, IT2304, IT2305, IT2306, IT2309, IT2310 (5 credits per module)
plus
either: IT2401 (5 credits per module)
or 5 credits from: ¹LL2001 or ¹LL2003 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
²IT2101 (10 credits)
plus either 20 credits from:
IT2102, IT2304, IT2305, IT2306, IT2309, IT2310 (5 credits per module)
or 15 credits from:
IT2102, IT2304, IT2305, IT2306, IT2309, IT2310 (5 credits per module)
and 5 credits from:
¹LL2001, ¹LL2003 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
IT2101 (10 credits)
plus 10 credits from:
IT2102, IT2304, IT2305, IT2306, IT2309, IT2310 (5 credits per module).

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT2101 (10 credits).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
IT2101 (10 credits).

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT2101 (10 credits).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
²IT3101 (10 credits), IT3205 (5 credits)
plus either 35 credits as follows:
IT3110, IT3307, IT3312, IT3314, IT3315, IT3316, IT3401 (5 credits per module)
or 30 credits from:
IT3110, IT3307, IT3312, IT3314, IT3315, IT3316, IT3401 (5 credits per module)
and five credit from:
¹LL3001, ¹LL3002, ¹LL3102 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
²IT3101 (10 credits), IT3205 (5 credits)
plus either 25 credits from:
IT3110, IT3307, IT3312, IT3314, IT3315, IT3316, IT3401 (5 credits per module)
or 20 credits from:
IT3110, IT3307, IT3312, IT3314, IT3315, IT3316, IT3401 (5 credits per module)
and 5 credits from:
¹LL3001, ¹LL3002, ¹LL3102 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
²IT3101 (10 credits), IT3205 (5 credits per module)
plus either 15 credits from:
IT3110, IT3307, IT3312, IT3314, IT3315, IT3316 (5 credits per module)
or 10 credits from:
IT3110, IT3307, IT3312, IT3314, IT3315, IT3316 (5 credits per module)
and 5 credits from:
¹LL3001, ¹LL3002, ¹LL3102 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
IT3101 (10 credits)
plus 10 credits from:
IT3110, IT3205, IT3307, IT3312, IT3314, IT3315, IT3316 (5 credits per module).

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT3101 (10 credits).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
IT3101 (10 credits)

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT3101 (10 credits).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
LT1001 (15 credits).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
LT2009, LT2025 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
LT3035, LT3036 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
MS1002, MS1003, MS1004 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
MS2015, MS2005, MS2016 (5 credits per module)
plus 15 credits from:
MS2013, MS2014, MS2017, MS2018, MS2019, MS2020 (5 credits per module)

Students who wish to pursue a teaching career are advised to consult the Mathematical Studies Degree coordinator to discuss the requirements of the Teaching Council of Ireland.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
MS2015, MS2016 (5 credits per module)
plus 10 credits from:
MS2005, MS2013, MS2014, MS2017, MS2018, MS2019, MS2020 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows: 
MS3015 (5 credits)
plus 25 credits from: 
MS3001, MS3014, MS3016, MS3017, MS3018, MS3019, MS3020, MS3021, MS3022, MS3023, MS3024 (5 credits per module).

Note:  Students who wish to pursue a teaching career are advised to consult the Mathematical Studies Degree coordinator to discuss the requirements of the Teaching Council of Ireland.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows: 
MS3015 (5 credits)
plus 15 credits from: 
MS3001, MS3014, MS3016, MS3017, MS3018, MS3019, MS3020, MS3021, MS3022, MS3023, MS3024 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

 

Mathematical Studies as part of the BEd (Hons) (Sports Studies and Physical Education)

Students take 20 credits as follows:
MS3015, MS3024 (5 credits per module)
plus 10 credits from:
MS3001, MS3014, MS3016, MS3017, MS3018, MS3019, MS3020, MS3021, MS3022, MS3023 (5 credits per module).

Note: MS3001 or MS3014 must be taken if MS2014 was not taken in second year.


FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
MA1055 (15 credits).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
MA2051, MA2054, MA2055, MA2071 (5 credits per module).

plus 10 credits from:
ST1051, MA2061, MA2062, MS2013, MS2016 (5 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
MA2051, MA2054, MA2055, MA2071 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
MA3051, MA3052, MA3054, MA3056, MA3062, MA3063 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
MA3051, MA3052, MA3054, MA3056, MA3062, MA3063 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
PH1001 (15 credits).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

 

SECOND ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
PH2002 (5 Credits)
Plus 45 credits from the following groups (at least 5 credits from each group):
Group 1 (Value Theory): PH2004, PH2013, PH2017, PH2018, PH2028 (5 credits per module)
Group 2 (Metaphysics and Mind): PH2006, PH2012, PH2019, PH2029, PH2033 (5 credits per module)
Group 3 (History of Philosophy): PH2020, PH2030, PH2031, PH2022, PH2023 (5 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

40-credit Subject

PH2002 (5 Credits)
Plus 35 credits from the following groups (at least 5 credits from each group):
Group 1 (Value Theory): PH2004, PH2013, PH2017, PH2018, PH2028 (5 credits per module)
Group 2 (Metaphysics and Mind): PH2006, PH2012, PH2019, PH2029, PH2033 (5 credits per module)
Group 3 (History of Philosophy): PH2020, PH2030, PH2031, PH2022, PH2023 (5 credits per module)


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30-credit Subject

PH2002 (5 Credits)
Plus 25 credits from the following groups (at least 5 credits from each group):
Group 1 (Value Theory): PH2004, PH2013, PH2017, PH2018, PH2028 (5 credits per module)
Group 2 (Metaphysics and Mind): PH2006, PH2012, PH2019, PH2029, PH2033 (5 credits per module)
Group 3 (History of Philosophy): PH2020, PH2030, PH2031, PH2022, PH2023 (5 credits per module)


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20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
PH2002, PH2004, PH2006¹, PH2012, PH2013¹, PH2017, PH2018, PH2019, PH2020, PH2022, PH2023, PH2028, PH2029, PH2030, PH2031, PH2033 (5 credits per module).


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10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
PH2002, PH2004, PH2006¹, PH2012, PH2013¹, PH2017, PH2018, PH2019, PH2020, PH2022, PH2023, PH2028, PH2029, PH2030, PH2031, PH2033 (5 credits per module).

 

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THIRD ARTS

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
PH3036, PH3037 (5 credits per module)
plus 30 credits from:
AS3009 (10 credits) PH0090¹, PH3002², PH3025, PH3026, PH3029, PH3031², PH3039¹, PH3040, PH3041, PH3042, PH3043, PH3044, PH3110, PH3111¹, PH3112 (5 credits per module).


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30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
PH3036, PH3037 (5 credits per module)
plus 20 credits from:
AS3009 (10 credits) PH0090¹, PH3002², PH3025, PH3026, PH3029, PH3031², PH3039¹, PH3040, PH3041, PH3042, PH3043, PH3044, PH3110, PH3111¹, PH3112 (5 credits per module).


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20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
AS3009 (10 credits) PH0090¹, PH3002², PH3025, PH3026, PH3029, PH3031², PH3036, PH3037, PH3039¹, PH3040, PH3041, PH3042, PH3043, PH3044, PH3110, PH3111¹, PH3112 (5 credits per module).


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10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
AS3009 (10 credits) PH0090¹, PH3002², PH3025, PH3026, PH3029, PH3031², PH3036, PH3037, PH3039¹, PH3040, PH3041, PH3042, PH3043, PH3044, PH3110, PH3111¹, PH3112 (5 credits per module).

Note:

¹Students who registered for PH0090, PH3039 or PH3111 in second year cannot register for them in third year.
²Students who register for PH3002 cannot register for PH3031 and vice-versa.


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FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
PO1001 (15 credits).


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SECOND ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
PO2001 (5 credits)
plus 45 credits from the following groups (at least 5 credits from each group):
Group 1: ES2022, ES2027, ES2029¹, ES2032, ES2033, HI2041, HI3024 (5 credits per module)
Group 2: GV2229, GV2239, GV3208, GV3210, GV3212, GV3215, GV4102 (5 credits per module)
Group 3: PH2002, PH2004, PH2012, PH2017, PH2018, PH2028, PH2030, PH2031 (5 credits per module).

Note:


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40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
PO2001 (5 credits)
plus 35 credits from the following groups (at least 5 credits from each group):
Group 1: ES2022, ES2027, ES2029¹, ES2032, ES2033, HI2041, HI3024 (5 credits per module)
Group 2: GV2229, GV2239, GV3208, GV3210, GV3212, GV3215, GV4102 (5 credits per module)
Group 3: PH2002, PH2004, PH2012, PH2017, PH2018, PH2028, PH2030, PH2031 (5 credits per module).

Note:


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30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
PO2001 (5 credits)
plus 25 credits from the following groups (at least 5 credits from each group):
Group 1: ES2022, ES2027, ES2029¹, ES2032, ES2033, HI2041, HI3024 (5 credits per module)
Group 2: GV2229, GV2239, GV3208, GV3210, GV3212, GV3215, GV4102 (5 credits per module)
Group 3: PH2002, PH2004, PH2012, PH2017, PH2018, PH2028, PH2030, PH2031 (5 credits per module).

Note:


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20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:

either

PO2001 (5 credits)
plus 15 credits from the following groups (at least 5 credits from each group):
Group 1: ES2022, ES2027, ES2029¹, ES2032, ES2033, HI2041, HI3024 (5 credits per module)
Group 2: GV2229, GV2239, GV3208, GV3210, GV3212, GV3215, GV4102 (5 credits per module)
Group 3: PH2002, PH2004, PH2012, PH2017, PH2018, PH2028, PH2030, PH2031 (5 credits per module).

or

Students take 20 credits as follows (at least 5 credits from each group):
Group 1: ES2022, ES2027, ES2029¹, ES2032, ES2033, HI2041, HI3024 (5 credits per module)
Group 2: GV2229, GV2239, GV3208, GV3210, GV3212, GV3215, GV4102 (5 credits per module)
Group 3: PH2002, PH2004, PH2012, PH2017, PH2018, PH2028, PH2030, PH2031 (5 credits per module).

Note:


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10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following groups (not more than 5 credits from any one group):
Group 1: ES2022, ES2027, ES2029¹, ES2032, ES2033, HI2041, HI3024 (5 credits per module)
Group 2: GV2229, GV2239, GV3208, GV3210, GV3212, GV3215, GV4102 (5 credits per module)
Group 3: PH2002, PH2004, PH2012, PH2017, PH2018, PH2028, PH2030, PH2031 (5 credits per module).
Group 4: PO2001 (5 credits).

Note:


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THIRD ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:

PO3001 (10 credits),
plus 40 credits from the following groups (at least 5 credits from each group):
Group 1 - ES4025, ES4027, HI3044, PO3007, HI3045, HI3125, HI3129 (5 credits per module).
Group 2 - GV3006, GV3216, GV4401, GV4402, GV4409, GV4410, GV4414, PO3005 (5 credits per module).
Group 3 - PH3025, PH3036, PH3037, PH3040, PH3041, PH3042, PH3112 (5 credits per module).


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40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:

PO3001 (10 credits),
plus 30 credits from the following groups (at least 5 credits from each group):
Group 1 - ES4025, ES4027, HI3044, PO3007, HI3045, HI3125, HI3129 (5 credits per module).
Group 2 - GV3006, GV3216, GV4401, GV4402, GV4409, GV4410, GV4414, PO3005 (5 credits per module).
Group 3 - PH3025, PH3036, PH3037, PH3040, PH3041, PH3042, PH3112 (5 credits per module).


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30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
Either
PO3001 (10 credits),
plus 20 credits from the following groups (at least 5 credits from each group):
Group 1 - ES4025, ES4027, HI3044, PO3007, HI3045, HI3125, HI3129 (5 credits per module).
Group 2 - GV3006, GV3216, GV4401, GV4402, GV4409, GV4410, GV4414, PO3005 (5 credits per module).
Group 3 - PH3025, PH3036, PH3037, PH3040, PH3041, PH3042, PH3112 (5 credits per module).

Or
Students take 30 credits from the following groups (at least 5 credits from each group):
Group 1 - ES4025, ES4027, HI3044, PO3007, HI3045, HI3125, HI3129 (5 credits per module).
Group 2 - GV3006, GV3216, GV4401, GV4402, GV4409, GV4410, GV4414, PO3005 (5 credits per module).
Group 3 - PH3025, PH3036, PH3037, PH3040, PH3041, PH3042, PH3112 (5 credits per module).


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20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following groups (at least 5 credits from each group):
Group 1 - ES4025, ES4027, HI3044, PO3007, HI3045, HI3125, HI3129 (5 credits per module).
Group 2 - GV3006, GV3216, GV4401, GV4402, GV4409, GV4410, GV4414, PO3005 (5 credits per module).
Group 3 - PH3025, PH3036, PH3037, PH3040, PH3041, PH3042, PH3112 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following groups (not more than 5 credits from each group):
Group 1 - ES4025, ES4027, HI3044, PO3007, HI3045, HI3125, HI3129 (5 credits per module).
Group 2 - GV3006, GV3216, GV4401, GV4402, GV4409, GV4410, GV4414 , PO3005 (5 credits per module).
Group 3 - PH3025, PH3036, PH3037, PH3040, PH3041, PH3042, PH3112 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:

Beginners' Portuguese

PU1101 (10 credits), PU1102 (5 credits)

Note: Students wishing to take Beginners' Portuguese must have obtained a minimum Grade HC3 in the Leaving Certificate (or equivalent) in another modern continental language, or Irish, Latin or Greek.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
¹PU2201 (10 credits), PU2202 (5 credits), PU2203 (5 credits)
Note:¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass PU2201 (10 credits)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
¹PU2201 (10 credits)
Note: ¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass PU2201 (10 credits)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
¹PU3301 (10 credits), PU3302 (5 credits), PU3303 (5 credits)
Note:¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass PU3303 (10 credits)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
¹PU3301 (10 credits)
Note: ¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass PU3301 (10 credits)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
RG1001 (15 credits)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND AND THIRD ARTS

Notes

  1. Most RG Second and Third Arts modules are taught modules offered in alternate years on a rolling ‘Year A/Year B’ basis and may be taken by both second and final year students. Students are not permitted to complete the same module twice.
  2. Year 2/3 modules available in Academic Year 2016/17 are: RG2301, RG2304, RG2305, RG2308, RG2309, RG2313, RG3000, AS3009.
  3. Year 2/3 modules available in Academic year 2017/18 are:  RG2300, RG2301, RG2302, RG2307, RG2310, RG3000, AS3009.
  4. RG3000 Dissertation in the Study of Religions is available only in the final year.
  5. RG2302 and RG2305 are compulsory for students wishing to qualify for post-primary RE teaching in Ireland
  6. A maximum of 10 credits in total of language modules in RG may be taken across Second/Third Arts.

SECOND ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
2016/17: RG2301, RG2304, RG2305, RG2308, RG2309, RG2313, AS3009 (10 credits per module)
2017/18: RG2300, RG2301, RG2302, RG2307, RG2310, AS3009 (10 credits per module)

or
40 credits from above
plus 10 credits from the following modules (including Language modules):
GR2019, GR2031 GR3022, GR3027 (5 credits per module)

Language modules

Chinese
Students will be assessed on entry and directed to the appropriate class:
CH1001 (10 credits),  CH2107 (10 credits), CH3021 (10 credits)

Japanese
Students will be assessed on entry and directed to the appropriate class:
AS1501, AS1502, AS1503, AS1504 (10 credits per module)

Korean
Students will be assessed on entry and directed to the appropriate class:
AS1601, AS1602, AS1603, AS1604 (10 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits from:
2016/17: RG2301, RG2304, RG2305, RG2308, RG2309, RG2313, AS3009 (10 credits per module)
2017/18: RG2300, RG2301, RG2302, RG2307, RG2310, AS3009 (10 credits per module)
or
30 credits from the above
plus 10 credits from the following modules (including Language modules):
GR2019, GR2031, GR3022, GR3027 (5 credits per module)

Language modules

Chinese
Students will be assessed on entry and directed to the appropriate class:
CH1001 (10 credits),  CH2107 (10 credits), CH3021 (10 credits)

Japanese
Students will be assessed on entry and directed to the appropriate class:
AS1501, AS1502, AS1503, AS1504 (10 credits per module)

Korean
Students will be assessed on entry and directed to the appropriate class:
AS1601, AS1602, AS1603, AS1604 (10 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits from:
2016/17:
RG2301, RG2304, RG2305, RG2308, RG2309, RG2313, AS3009 (10 credits per module)
2017/18: RG2300, RG2301, RG2302, RG2307, RG2310, AS3009 (10 credits per module)
or
20 credits from the above
plus 10 credits from the following modules:
GR2019, GR2031, GR3027 (5 credits per module)

Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
2016/17: RG2301, RG2304, RG2305, RG2308, RG2309, RG2313, AS3009 (10 credits per module)
2017/18:
RG2300, RG2301, RG2302, RG2307, RG2310, AS3009 (10 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
2016/17: RG2301, RG2304, RG2305, RG2308, RG2309, RG2313 (10 credits per module)
2017/18:
RG2300, RG2301, RG2302, RG2307, RG2310 (10 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
RG3000 (10 credits) - Compulsory
plus 40 credits from:
2016/17: RG2301, RG2304, RG2305, RG2308, RG2309, RG2313, AS3009 (10 credits per module)
2017/18: RG2300, RG2301, RG2302, RG2307, RG2310, AS3009 (10 credits per module)

or
RG3000 (10 credits) - Compulsory
plus 30 credits from:
2016/17: RG2301, RG2304, RG2305, RG2308, RG2309, RG2313, AS3009 (10 credits per module)
2017/18: RG2300, RG2301, RG2302, RG2307, RG2310, AS3009 (10 credits per module)
plus 10 credits from the following modules (including Language modules):
GR2031, GR3011, GR3022, GR3027 (5 credits per module)

Language Modules (to a maximum of 10 credits in total across Second Arts and Third Arts):

Chinese
Students will be assessed on entry and directed to the appropriate class:
CH1001 (10 credits),  CH2107 (10 credits), CH3021 (10 credits)

Japanese
Students will be assessed on entry and directed to the appropriate class:
AS1501, AS1502, AS1503, AS1504 (10 credits per module)

Korean
Students will be assessed on entry and directed to the appropriate class:
AS1601, AS1602, AS1603, AS1604 (10 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

40-credit subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
RG3000 (10 credits) - Compulsory

plus 30 credits from:
2016/17: RG2301, RG2304, RG2305, RG2308, RG2309, RG2313, AS3009 (10 credits per module)
2017/18: RG2300, RG2301, RG2302, RG2307, RG2310, AS3009 (10 credits per module)

or
RG3000 (10 credits) - Compulsory
plus 20 credits from:
2016/17: RG2301, RG2304, RG2305, RG2308, RG2309, RG2313, AS3009 (10 credits per module)
2017/18: RG2300, RG2301, RG2302, RG2307, RG2310, AS3009 (10 credits per module)


plus 10 credits from the following modules (including Language modules):
GR2031, GR3011, GR3022, GR3027 (5 credits per module)

Language Modules (to a maximum of 10 credits in total across Second Arts and Third Arts):

Chinese
Students will be assessed on entry and directed to the appropriate class:
CH1001 (10 credits),  CH2107 (10 credits), CH3021 (10 credits)

Japanese
Students will be assessed on entry and directed to the appropriate class:
AS1501, AS1502, AS1503, AS1504 (10 credits per module)

Korean
Students will be assessed on entry and directed to the appropriate class:
AS1601, AS1602, AS1603, AS1604 (10 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits from the following:
2016/17: RG2301, RG2304, RG2305, RG2308, RG2309, RG2313, RG3000, AS3009 (10 credits per module)
2017/18: RG2300, RG2301, RG2302, RG2307, RG2310, RG3000, AS3009 (10 credits per module)
or
20 credits from the above
plus 10 credits from:
GR2031, GR3011, GR3022, GR3027 (5 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
2016/17: RG2301, RG2304, RG2305, RG2308, RG2309, RG2313, RG3000, AS3009 (10 credits per module)
2017/18: RG2300, RG2301, RG2302, RG2307, RG2310, RG3000, AS3009 (10 credits per module)


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10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
2016/17: RG2301, RG2304, RG2305, RG2308, RG2309, RG2313 (10 credits per module)
2017/18: RG2300, RG2301, RG2302, RG2307, RG2310 (10 credits per module)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
SC1005 (5 credits), SC1006 (10 credits)


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
SC2001, SC2002 (5 credits per module)
plus 40 credits from:
SC2003, SC2004, SC2012, SC2017, SC2018, SC2021, SC2026, SC2027, SC2034, CR2002, CR2003, ST2011¹ (5 credits per module).

Note: ¹Students taking ST2011 as a compulsory part of another subject may not take ST2011 as part of Sociology


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40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
SC2001, SC2002 (5 credits per module)
plus 30 credits from:
SC2003, SC2004, SC2012, SC2017, SC2018, SC2021, SC2026, SC2027, SC2034, CR2002, CR2003, ST2011¹ (5 credits per module).

Note: ¹Students taking ST2011 as a compulsory part of another subject may not take ST2011 as part of Sociology


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30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
SC2001, SC2002 (5 credits per module)
plus 20 credits from:
SC2003, SC2004, SC2012, SC2017, SC2018, SC2021, SC2026, SC2027, SC2034, CR2002, CR2003, ST2011¹ (5 credits per module).

Note: ¹Students taking ST2011 as a compulsory part of another subject may not take ST2011 as part of Sociology


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20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
SC2001, SC2003, SC2004, SC2012, SC2017, SC2018, SC2021, SC2026, SC2027, SC2034, CR2002, CR2003, ST2011¹ (5 credits per module).

Note: ¹Students taking ST2011 as a compulsory part of another subject may not take ST2011 as part of Sociology


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10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
SC2001, SC2003, SC2004, SC2012, SC2017, SC2018, SC2021, SC2026, SC2027, SC2034, CR2002, CR2003, ST2011¹ (5 credits per module).

Note: ¹Students taking ST2011 as a compulsory part of another subject may not take ST2011 as part of Sociology


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THIRD ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
SC3001 (5 credits) and either SC3055 (15 credits) or SC3018 (5 credits)
plus 30 (or 40) credits from:
CR2002¹, CR2003 ¹, SC3003, SC3004, SC3007², SC3009, SC3012, SC3017, SC3020, SC3023, SC3029, SC3036, SC3039, SC3046, SS3033² (5 credits per module).

Note:


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40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
SC3001 (5 credits) and either SC3055 (15 credits) or SC3018 (5 credits)
plus 20 (or 30) credits from:
CR2002¹, CR2003 ¹, SC3003, SC3004, SC3007², SC3009, SC3012, SC3017, SC3020, SC3023, SC3029, SC3036, SC3039, SC3046, SS3033² (5 credits per module).

Note:


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30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
SC3001 (5 credits) and either SC3055 (15 credits) or SC3018 (5 credits)
plus 10 (or 20) credits from:
CR2002¹, CR2003 ¹, SC3003, SC3004, SC3007², SC3009, SC3012, SC3017, SC3020, SC3023, SC3029, SC3036, SC3039, SC3046, SS3033² (5 credits per module).

Note:


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20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
CR2002¹, CR2003 ¹, SC3001, SC3003, SC3004, SC3007², SC3009, SC3012, SC3017, SC3020, SC3023, SC3029, SC3036, SC3039, SC3046, SS3033² (5 credits per module).

Note:


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10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
CR2002¹, CR2003 ¹, SC3001, SC3003, SC3004, SC3007², SC3009, SC3012, SC3017, SC3020, SC3023, SC3029, SC3036, SC3039, SC3046, SS3033² (5 credits per module).

Note:


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FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:

Beginners' Spanish

HS1101 (15 credits).
Note: Students wishing to take Beginners' Spanish must have obtained a Grade HC3 in the Leaving Certificate (or equivalent) in another modern continental language or Irish, Latin or Greek.


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Non-Beginners' Spanish

HS1030 (5 credits), HS1102 (10 credits).
Note: Students wishing to take Non-Beginners' Spanish must have obtained a minimum Grade HC3 in Spanish in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
¹HS2101 or ¹HS2102 (10 credits per module), HS2063 (5 credits)
plus 35 credits of optional modules to include at least 10 credits from Group A²:

Group A²
HS2009, HS2011, HS2013, HS2014, HS2026, HS2046 (5 credits per module).

Group B
HS2006, HS2018, ³HS2019, ³HS2022, ³HS2023, ³HS2024, ³HS2025, HS2044, HS2057, [LL2001 or LL2003], ³PU2020, ³PU2203 (5 credits per module) ³PU2021 (10 credits).

Note:


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40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
¹HS2101 or ¹HS2102 (10 credits per module)
plus 30 credits of optional modules to include at least 10 credits from Group A²:

Group A²
HS2009, HS2011, HS2013, HS2014, HS2026, HS2046 (5 credits per module).

Group B
HS2006, HS2018, ³HS2019, ³HS2022, ³HS2023, ³HS2024, ³HS2025, HS2044, HS2057, HS2063, [LL2001 or LL2003], ³PU2020, ³PU2203 (5 credits per module), ³PU2021 (10 credits).

Note:


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30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
¹HS2101 or ¹HS2102 (10 credits per module)
plus 20 credits of optional modules to include at least 10 credits from Group A²:

Group A²
HS2009, HS2011, HS2013, HS2014, HS2026, HS2046 (5 credits per module).

Group B
HS2006, HS2018, ³HS2019, ³HS2022, ³HS2023, ³HS2024, ³HS2025, HS2044, HS2057, [LL2001 or LL2003], ³PU2020, ³PU2203 (5 credits per module), ³PU2021 (10 credits).

Note:


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20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
HS2101 or HS2102 (10 credits per module).
plus 10 credits from the following:
HS2009, HS2011, HS2013, HS2014, HS2026, HS2046 (5 credits per module).

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass HS2101 or HS2102 (10 credits)


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10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
HS2101 or HS2102 (10 credits per module)

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass HS2101 or HS2102


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
¹HS3001 (10 credits), HS3063 (5 credits)
plus 35 credits from the following²:
HS3004, HS3005, HS3007, HS3008, HS3010, ³HS3022, ³HS3023, ³HS3024, ³HS3025, HS3031, HS3044, HS3054, HS3058, 4LL3001, 4LL3002, 4LL3102, ³PU3020, PU3302, PU3303 (5 credits per module).

Students may select one of the following second year 5-credit language-learning modules (not already taken), as an elective:
HS2019, HS2022, HS2023, HS2024, HS2025, PU2020 (5 credits per module)

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
¹HS3001 (10 credits)
plus 30 credits from the following²:
HS3004, HS3005, HS3007, HS3008, HS3010, ³HS3022, ³HS3023, ³HS3024, ³HS3025, HS3031, HS3044, HS3054, HS3058, 4LL3001, 4LL3002, 4LL3102, ³PU3020, PU3302, PU3303 (5 credits per module).

Students may select one of the following second year 5-credit language-learning modules (not already taken), as an elective:
HS2019, HS2022, HS2023, HS2024, HS2025, PU2020 (5 credits per module)

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
¹HS3001 (10 credits)
plus 20 credits from the following²:
HS3004, HS3005, HS3007, HS3008, HS3010, ³HS3022, ³HS3023, ³HS3024, ³HS3025, HS3031, HS3044, HS3054, HS3058, 4LL3001, 4LL3002, 4LL3102, ³PU3020, PU3302, PU3303 (5 credits per module).

Students may select one of the following second year 5-credit language-learning modules (not already taken), as an elective:
HS2019, HS2022, HS2023, HS2024, HS2025, PU2020 (5 credits per module)

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
¹HS3001 (10 credits)
plus 10 credits from the following²:
HS3004, HS3005, HS3007, HS3008, HS3010, ³HS3022, ³HS3023, ³HS3024, ³HS3025, HS3031, HS3044, HS3054, HS3058, 4LL3001, 4LL3002, 4LL3102, ³PU3020, PU3302, PU3303 (5 credits per module).

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
¹HS3001 (10 credits)

Note:


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

FIRST ARTS

Students take 15 credits as follows:
AP1110, AP1123, AP1149 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

SECOND ARTS

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:

Semester 1
AP2102, AP2103, AP2104, AP2204 (5 credits per module)

Semester 2
AP2106, AP2107, AP2109, AP2111 (5 credits per module)

Note: Prerequisites apply for these modules.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:

Semester 1
AP2102, AP2103, AP2104 (5 credits per module).

Semester 2
AP2106, AP2107, AP2109 (5 credits per module).

Note: Prerequisites apply for these modules.


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

THIRD ARTS

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits from the following:
AP3015, AP3020, AP3030, AP3033, AP3037, AP3038, AP3102, AP3103, AP3041, AP3113, AP3115, AP3299, AP3399 (5 credits per module).


Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits from the following:
AP3015, AP3020, AP3030, AP3033, AP3037, AP3038, AP3039, AP3102, AP3103, AP3113, AP3115, AP3299, AP3399 (5 credits per module).

Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.


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