Year 1 Timetable

 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

9:00

 

GV1207/L Kane_G20

 

GE1102 FSB_A1

GE1104 ORB_G20

 

10:00

FR1105/07/S 

ORB_G38/212

GA1003 /L                   

SC1012/13/W CEC_G_03

GV1207/L Kane_G20

HS1009 ORB_145

FR1105/07/S 

ORB_G38

 

SC1012/13/W

SAFCBN_ANX

11:00

GE1102 or 

GE1104 ORB_144

CR1001/S

SAF G_02

SC1012/13/W

CONN_J1

FR1105/07/S

ORB_G38

HS1009 ORB_145

GE0005/8 

ORB_123/212 

LW1168/L Boole 2

SC1012/13/L Kane G01

SC1012/13/W

SAFCBN_ANX

FR1201 Boole 2 

GV1217 Conn_C

12:00

SC1012/13/L Boole1

GE0003/04 WW7

CR1003 Elect L_2

PH1001/L Boole 3

LW1169/L

Lucan Place G_02

GV1217 Conn_C

13:00

CR1004/S 

SAF G_01

CR1002

AL_G18

GE0003/04 ORB_G30

LW1168  AL G-30

LW1169 ORB G42(S)

GE1101

[GE0005/0008]

CR1004/S SAF G_01

CR1002 /S AL G_32

GE0003/04 ORB_203

CR1005/L Boole 5

 

14:00

HS0028 

C_CONN_S3A

GA1003 /L

GE1101

[GE0005/0008]

CR1002 /S AL G_32

GV1204/L Boole 6

 

15:00

PH1001/L Boole 3

HS0028 

C_CONN_S3A

SC1012/13/L

GG_LT/Boole1

CR1002/L CONN_S3

FR1201/LBoole

GV1204/L Boole 6

 

16:00

CR1004/L 

Boole 6

CR1005/S 

SAF_01

CR1002 /S x2

CONN S_2

+ Boole 6

SC1012/13/W

CONN_J1

IT1201  

FSB_A1/Boole 2

CR1003/S  ORB 203

 

17:00

CR1001/L

FSB A1

CR1005/S 

SAF_01

CR1001/S ASK G_01

CR1002 /Sx2

CONN S_2

+ Boole 6

CR1003/S  ORB203 

CR1001/S SAF_02

CR10103S  ORB 202

 

* FR=French, GA=Irish, GE=German, HS=Spanish, IT=Italian, LW=Law, PH=Philosophy, GV= Government

and SC=Sociology and Criminology. 

** /L are lectures and seminars are marked as /S. Two shades of colour in the entry means the module

runs all year. Lighter tones = Semester 1 and those in bold = Semester 2.

*** Entries done in two-tone run for both semesters. Criminology is in red, Sociology in green, Law in black,

Government in dark blue, Philosophy in purple, and the Languages in a variety of colours.

**** Check the Book of Modules to interpret the code numbers in terms of module content and other

specifications; check the web pages here to see the Course Outlines for more detailed information on

lecture topics and textbooks. 

 

 

 

 

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