See also the details in the UCC Calendar. Year Three begins in 2016/17. Full details of regulations governing Examinations for each programme will be contained in the Marks and Standards and the Book of Modules.

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.

In Third Arts (Criminology) students must take the following core modules:

SC3019 (5 credits, Semester 1) Dissertation on Criminology: Research design; SC3051 (10 credits, Semester 1) Sociology of Evil; SC3037 The Criminology Dissertation (10 credits, Semester 2).

plus 35 credits' worth of options from the following list of options:

Semester 1                                            

SC2052 Forensic sociology SC2053 Women, confinement and social control in Ireland SC2055 Official criminal statistics SC2057 Policing modern society SC2061 Terrorism and political violence   SC2062 Education in prisons     SC2063 Anthropology and social control SC2064 Gender and crime SC3025 Health and scientific deviance SC3047 Human trafficking and modern slavery SC3049 Sociology of courts and sentencing SC3054 Independent study HI2046 Policing and popular justice in Ireland,1803-1960 HI3127 Religion and magic in reformation Europe: witches, demons, Jews and heretics  AP3015 Forensic psychology SC3001 Social theory II SC3023 Sociology of health and illness SC3046 Family, gender, sexualities PH3110 Human nature and free will PH3042 Professional ethics PH3044 The construction of social reality GV3210 Conflict and conflict resolution ST2011 Social statistics

Semester 2                                             

SC2040 Animals and crime SC2054 Crime, urbanisation and cities SC2056 Sex offenders SC2058 Life-course criminology and desistance SC2059 Victims and victimology SC2060 Comparative perspectives on policing SC3048 Online crime SC3052 Drugs, crime and society SC3053 Societal regulation and environmental governance SC3056 Corporate crime HI2044 Crime and media in Ireland HI2045 Crime, violence, and revolutionary Ireland, 1913-1925 AP3101 Abnormal psychology SC3003 Sociology of development and globalization SC3007 Introduction to planning and sustainable development SC3012 Sociology of media SC3017 Sociology of law SC3029 Sociology of the environment SS3011 Youth policy and practice SS3015 The politics of racism PH3112 Moral responsibility PH3025 Political philosophy in theory and practice PH3041 Moral psychology ST2013 Social statistics.

plus the language modules....

FR4101 Advanced use of French (10 credits) FR4702 Contemporary French society and politics (5 credits) GA3001 Úsáid agus Cruinneas na Gaeilge (10 credits) GE3101 Advanced integrated language course (10 credits) GE3126 German film in focus (5 credits) GE3136 Berlin in literature, film and visual art (5 credits) GE3139 German-Irish relations – present and past (5 credits) GE3902 Language and interpretation (5 credits) GE3904 The double face of Germany: representing the Holocaust (5 credits) HS3001 Final year Spanish language (10 credits) HS3054 Gender, violence and power on the US-Mexico border ( 5 credits) HS3058 Latin American human rights in an international context (5 credits) IT3101 Advanced Italian language (10 credits) IT3307 Italian women writers (5 credits) IT3309 Introduction to modern Italian cinema (5 credits)IT3310 Futurism: word and image (5 credits) IT3312 Italian contributions to European culture (5 credits) IT3313 Modern Italian theatre (5 credits) IT3314 Imagined histories: the historical novel in Italian (5 credits).

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