2021/2022

BA (Hons) (World Languages) - CK110

NFQ Level 8, Major Award

Note: Every effort has been made to ensure that the programme and module content as described in the University's Calendar and Book of Modules for the 2021-22 academic year are accurate. However, due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, no guarantee is given that programme/module content, delivery and assessment may not be altered, cancelled, replaced, augmented or otherwise amended. Any changes will ensure the same competencies and Learning Outcomes are met. Programme and/or Module Coordinators will communicate any such changes to students.

The BA (Hons) World Languages is a four-year full-time honours degree programme. Applicants for this programme must fulfil the minimum entry requirements (see here).

Languages available:
First Arts (World Languages): Chinese, English as a Second or Other Language (ESOL), French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish;
Second Arts (World Languages): as First Arts (World Languages);
Fourth Arts (World Languages): as Second Arts (World Languages), plus Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL).


Second Arts

Fourth Arts

Chinese

10 or 15# or 20 or25 or 30

10§, 15#*§§ or 20 or 25§§ or 30

English as a Second or Other Language

10##

10##

French

10 or 15 or 20 or 25 or 30

10 or 15 or 20 or 25 or 30 or 40 or
50

Gaeilge/Irish

10 or 15 or 20 or 25 or 30

10 or 15 or 20 or 25 or 30

German

10 or 15# or 20 or 25 or 30

10 or 15# or 20 or 25 or 30 or 40 or 50

Italian

10 or 15# or 20 or 25 or 30

10 or 15# or 20 or 25 or 30 or 40 or 50

Japanese

10 or 15# or 20

10 or 15# or 20

Korean

10 or 15# or 20

10 or 15# or 20

Latin

10 or 15#

10 or 15#

Portuguese

10 or 15# or 20

10 or 15# or 20

Spanish

10 or 15# or 20 or 25 or 30

10 or 15# or 20 or 25 or 30 or 40 or 50

Teaching English as a Foreign Language

15

Notes:
# May also be taken as a new subject for 15 credits, subject to timetable constraints.
## May be taken for 10 credits only in either Second Arts or Fourth Arts.
* May also be taken for 10 or 15 or 20 credits by students who took it as a new subject in Second Year, subject to timetable constraints.
** May also be taken for 10 or 20 credits by students who took it as a new subject in Second Year, subject to timetable constraints.
§ Not available for 10 credits to students who have spent Third Arts (World Languages) in China.
§§ Only available for 15 or 25 credits to students who have not spent Third Arts (World Languages) in China.

In First Arts (World Languages) students take three languages (15 credits each) from those listed below, together with dedicated content (World Languages: 15 credits). To avoid timetable clashes no more than one subject may be chosen from any separate group below.

1. Portuguese
2. Gaeilge/Irish
3. Chinese Studies¹, German¹, Latin
4. French
5. Italian
6. Spanish
7. English as a Second or Other Language
8. Japanese
9. Korean

Note: ¹Some provision has been made to allow students to take both Chinese and German language in First Arts (World Languages), but this may affect the possibility of combining with other languages; there is also currently no provision for continuation of the two languages together beyond First Year, although a solution is being sought for this.

Points to Note:
General: Students must pass the subject World Languages to progress to Second Year.

At least one language taken in First Arts (World Languages) must be continued throughout the four years of the programme. All languages not taken in First Arts (World Languages), except English as a Second or Other Language, French and Gaeilge/Irish, may be taken in Second or Fourth Arts (World Languages) at beginner level, subject to timetable constraints, but students may not take more than 15 credits of Level 1 modules in Fourth Arts (World Languages). Please note that some modules may be taught in the evening: a full timetable will be available in advance of registration.

1. Portuguese: This subject is available in First Arts (World Languages) and thereafter as a 30-credit, 25-credit, 20-credit, 15-credit or 10-credit subject in the Second and Fourth Years of the programme. Students may spend all or part of the Third Year of their degree studying at an approved university and/or on a work placement in a Portuguese-speaking country, subject to having completed 25 credits of Portuguese in total across First and Second Arts (World Languages).
2. Gaeilge/Irish: This subject is available in First Arts (World Languages), and thereafter as a subject for 30, 25, 20, 15 or 10 credits in Second and Fourth Arts (World Languages). Students spend the Third Year of their programme studying at an approved university and/or on a work placement in one or two of the countries of the other language or languages studied.
3. Chinese Studies: This subject is available in First Arts (World Languages) and thereafter as a subject for 30, 25, 20, 15 or 10 credits in the Second and Fourth Years of the programme (10-credit subject only available in Fourth Year to students who took Chinese at beginner level in Second Arts (World Languages)). Students may spend all or part of the Third Year of their degree studying at an approved university in China, subject to having completed 30 credits of Chinese in total across First and Second Arts (World Languages). Chinese is not available for 10 credits in Fourth Arts (World Language) to students who have spent Third Arts (World Languages) in China.
4. German: This subject is available in First Arts (World Languages), and thereafter as a subject for 30, 25, 20, 15 or 10 credits in Second Arts (World Languages) and for 50, 40, 30, 25, 20, 15 or 10 credits in Fourth Arts (World Languages). Students wishing to select German (Non-Beginners) should have a minimum grade H4 in German in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent). Students wishing to take German (Beginners) must, in any case, satisfy the special language requirement for the programme of the equivalent of a minimum of Grade H3 in any language other than English 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. Students may spend all or part of the Third Year of their degree studying at an approved university and/or on a work placement in a German-speaking country, subject to having completed 30 credits of German in total across First and Second Arts (World Languages).
5. Latin: This is available in First Arts and thereafter only as a 15-credit or 10-credit subject. Students spend the Third Year of their programme studying at an approved university and/or on a work placement in one or two of the countries of the other language or languages studied.
6. French: A student will not normally be allowed to select French unless he/she has attained a pass standard in French in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent). This subject is available in First Arts (World Languages), and thereafter as a subject for 30, 25, 20, 15 or 10 credits in Second Arts (World Languages) and for 50, 40, 30, 25, 20, 15 or 10 credits in Fourth Arts (World Languages). Students may spend all or part of the Third Year of their degree studying at an approved university and/or on a work placement in a French-speaking country, subject to having completed 30 credits of French in total across First and Second Arts (World Languages).
7. Italian: This subject is available in First Arts (World Languages), and thereafter as a subject for 30, 25, 20, 15 or 10 credits in Second Arts (World Languages) and for 50, 40, 30, 25, 20, 15 or 10 credits in Fourth Arts (World Languages). Students wishing to select Italian (Non-Beginners) should have a minimum grade H4 in Italian in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent). Students wishing to take Italian (Beginners) must, in any case, satisfy the special language requirement for the programme of the equivalent of a minimum of Grade H3 in any language other than English in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent). Students who have studied Italian at second level and obtained a grade below H4 can join the Beginners' Italian course. Students may spend all or part of the Third Year of their degree studying at an approved university or on a work placement in Italy, subject to having completed 25 credits of Italian in total across First and Second Arts (World Languages).
8. Spanish: This subject is available in First Arts (World Languages), and thereafter as a subject for 30, 25, 20, 15 or 10 credits in Second Arts (World Languages) and for 50, 40, 30, 25, 20, 15 or 10 credits in Fourth Arts (World Languages). Students wishing to take Non-Beginners' Spanish must have obtained a minimum Grade H4 in Spanish in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent). Students wishing to take Spanish (Beginners) must, in any case, satisfy the special language requirement for the programme of the equivalent of a minimum of Grade H4 in any language other than English in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent) OR evidence of competence equivalent to a minimum Grade H4 in a foreign language other than Spanish. Students who have studied Spanish at second level and obtained a Grade below H4 can also join the Beginners' Spanish course. Students may spend all or part of the Third Year of their degree studying at an approved university or on a work placement in a Spanish-speaking country, subject to having completed 30 credits of Spanish in total across First and Second Arts (World Languages).
9. English as a Second or Other Language (ESOL): This subject is available in First Arts (World Languages) and thereafter as a 10-credit subject in the Second and Fourth Years of the programme. Students may spend all or part of the Third Year of their programme studying at an approved university and/or on a work placement in an English-speaking country, subject to having completed 25 credits of ESOL in total across First and Second Arts (World Languages).
10. Japanese: This subject is available in First Arts (World Languages) and thereafter as a subject for 20, 15 or 10 credits in the Second and Fourth Years of the programme; Students may take Japanese as a 20-credit Subject in Fourth Arts (World Languages) on condition that they have the prerequisite for AS3008, namely 'a significant standard of Japanese Language (assessed before entry)', and would normally be expected to have made good progress having spent the Third Year studying at a Japanese university. Students may spend all or part of the Third Year of their degree studying at an approved university in Japan, subject to having completed 25 credits of Japanese in total across First and Second Arts (World Languages).
11. Korean: This subject is available in First Arts (World Languages) and thereafter as a subject for 20, 15 or 10 credits in the Second and Fourth Years of the programme. Students may take Korean as a 20-credit Subject in Fourth Arts (World Languages) on condition that they have the prerequisite for AS3006, namely 'a significant standard of Korean Language (assessed before entry)', and would normally be expected to have made good progress having spent the Third Year studying at a Korean university. Students may spend all or part of the Third Year of their degree studying at an approved university in Korea or studying Korean in Japan, subject to having completed 25 credits of Korean in total across First and Second Arts (World Languages).

Programme Requirements First Arts (World Languages)

WL1101 (10 credits), WL1103 (5 credits)
plus
three languages (15 credits each) from the following:
Chinese, English as a Second Language (ESOL), French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish

Notes

Programme Requirements for Language Choices begin here.

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

Examinations
Full details of regulations governing Examinations for each programme will be contained in the Marks and Standards 2021/2022 Book, and for each module in the Book of Modules, 2021/2022.

No student may register for Second Arts (World Languages) until he/she has passed the First University Examination in Arts (World Languages). 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. Please note that some modules may be taught in the evening: a full timetable will be available in advance of registration.

In Second Arts (World Languages), students take 10 credits of designated World Languages modules, plus two or three languages from those listed below, including at least one continued from First Year, for a total of 50 credits in any of the following combinations: 25+25; 30+20; 20+15+15; 20+20+10; 25+15+10; 30+10+10. Before choosing the number of credits to be taken in each language, students must consult with the Programme Director, who will bring to students’ attention the need to ensure that the credits taken provide appropriate pathways to Third Arts (World Languages), which is to be spent in one or two countries of the languages studied, postgraduate study, teaching careers, etc.: to this end, students must attend a meeting held in June of the First Year. In choosing the languages to be studied in the Year Abroad, students should be aware that one of them must be continued in Fourth Arts (World Languages).

Two Languages
Students register for 10 credits of World Language modules, plus option A or B (at least one language must be continued from First Year)

10 credits


50 credits

World Languages modules

A

twenty-five credits each in any two of these languages

Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Spanish

B

thirty credits in one of these languages

Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Spanish

twenty credits in one of these languages

French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish

Three Languages
Students register for 10 credits of World Language modules, plus option A or B or C or D (at least one language must be continued from First Year)

10 credits


50 credits

World Languages modules

A

twenty-five credits in one of these languages

Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German,
Italian, Spanish

fifteen credits in one of these languages

Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese*, Korean*,
Latin, Portuguese
Spanish

ten credits in one of these languages

Chinese, English, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish

B

thirty credits in one of these languages

Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Spanish

ten credits each in any two of these languages

Chinese, English, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish

C

twenty credits in any two of these languages

Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish

ten credits in one of these languages

Chinese, English, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish

D

twenty credits in one of these languages

Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish

fifteen credits in any two of these languages

Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese*, Korean*, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish

 

Note: * Only available as a 15-credit subject if taken as a new language in Second Arts (world Languages).

Programme Requirements Second Arts (World Languages)

Students take 10 credits as follows:
WL2101, WL2102 (5 credits per module)
plus
50 credits of language modules in any of the following combinations:
25+25; 30+20; 20+15+15; 20+20+10; 25+15+10; 30+10+10.

Languages available: [continued from First Arts (World Languages), unless specified] :
30 credits: Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Spanish;
25 credits: Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Spanish;
20 credits: Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish;
15 credits: Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish;
15 credits (new subject): Chinese, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish;
10 credits: Chinese, English as a Second or Other Language, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish;

Notes

Programme Requirements for Language Choices begin here.

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

Examinations
Full details of regulations governing Examinations for each programme will be contained in the Marks and Standards 2021/2022 Book, and for each module in the Book of Modules, 2021/2022.

Third Year - Arts (World Languages)

2021-22: Due to the exceptional circumstances, Options 2 and 3 below relate to the academic year 2021/22 only.

Students can complete the Third Year of BA (World Languages) by choosing one of the following Options:

1. Students spend the Third Year Abroad
2. Students spend the Third Year at UCC
3. Students spend One Semester Abroad and One Semester at UCC

Students are reminded that if they wish to transfer from the BA (World Languages) - CK110 to the BA - CK101, they may do so at the start of Semester 1 by submitting a transfer application to the Office of the College of Arts, Celtic Studies, and Social Sciences.

1. Students spending Third Year Abroad

Students spend Third Arts (World Languages), at an approved partner institution or at an approved partner institution and on an approved work placement in one or two countries of the languages studied: students taking English as a Second or Other Language or Gaeilge/Irish must spend the Third Year of their programme studying at an approved university and/or on a work placement in one or two of the countries of the other language or languages studied. Subject to a sufficient number of credits being taken in First and Second Arts (World Languages), as specified in the requirements for individual languages, students may spend either two semesters in one country (study at partner institution or at a partner institution and work placement), or one semester at a partner institution in one country and one semester studying or on a work placement in a second country. Students will be assessed by their host university and, in the case of work placements, by the Work Placement Module, LL3901 (20 credits) and the Online Language Module, LL3902 or HS3012 (10 credits). The Third Year will be assessed entirely on a Pass/Fail basis.

Note:

2. Students spending Third Year in UCC

In Third Arts (World Languages) students must take a total of 60 credits for the Year, chosen in agreement with their Departments and Programme Director. At least one of the languages studied in First Arts (World Languages) and Second Arts (World Languages) must be continued in Third Arts (World Languages).

No electives may be repeated from Second Year modules (i.e. if these modules have already been taken); modules chosen from Final Year (including one of the elctives from WL4101, WL4102, WL4103) may not be taken again in Fourth Arts (World Languages).

3. Students spending One Semester Abroad and One Semester in UCC
In some instances, students may complete one semester in UCC and one semester abroad taking a total of 60 credits for the year, in agreement with the Programme Director.

This option is available to students (1) who are unable to travel to their host university as a result of Covid-19 or (2) whose host university is no longer able to accept international students as a result of Covid-19.

No electives may be repeated from Second Year modules (i.e. if these modules have already been taken); modules chosen from Final Year (including one of the electives from WL4101, WL4102, WL4103) may not be taken again in Fourth Arts (World Languages).

Note: Students studying in UCC in Semester 2 may not select modules for which they do not have the relevant pre- and co- requisites.

Where students spend one semester in UCC they will be required to take modules to the value of 30 credits. These must be agreed with the relevant Department and the Programme Director.

Examinations
Full details of regulations governing Examinations for each programme will be contained in the Marks and Standards 2021/2022 Book.

No student may register for Fourth Arts (World Languages) until he/she has passed the Third University Examination in Arts (World Languages). 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.

In Fourth Arts (World Languages), students take 10 credits of designated World Languages modules, plus two or three languages from those listed below, including at least one continued from First Year and studied during the Second Year and the Third Year abroad, for a total of 50 credits in any of the following combinations: 50; 40+10; 25+25; 30+20; 20+15+15; 20+20+10; 25+15+10; 30+10+10. N.B. Students may not take more than one 15 credit new subject (including Teaching English as a Foreign Language) in Fourth Arts (World Languages). As for Second Year, students will be made aware of the fact that their choices may determine postgraduate and teaching options.

Major Language
Students register for 10 credits of World Language modules, plus 50 credits of French, German, Italian or Spanish (this language must have been studied from First Year)

10 credits

50 credits

World Languages modules

fifty credits in one of these languages

French, German, Italian, Spanish

Two Languages
Students register for 10 credits of World Language modules, plus option A or B or C (at least one language must be continued from First and Second Years)

10 credits


50 credits

World Languages modules

A

twenty-five credits each in any two of these languages

Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Spanish

B

thirty credits in one of these languages

Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Spanish

twenty credits in one of these languages

Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German,
Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish

C

forty credits in one of these languages

French, German, Italian, Spanish

ten credits in one of these languages

Chinese, English, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish




Three Languages
Students register for 10 credits of World Language modules, plus option A or B or C or D (at least one language must be continued from First Year)

10 credits


50 credits

World Languages modules

A

twenty-five credits in one of these languages

Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Spanish

fifteen credits in one of these languages

Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese*, Korean*,
Latin, Portuguese,
Spanish, Teaching English

ten credits in one of these languages

Chinese, English, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish

B

thirty credits in one of these languages

Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Spanish

ten credits each in any two of these languages

Chinese, English, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish

C

twenty credits in any two of these languages

Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Japanese, Korean, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish

ten credits in one of these languages

Chinese, English, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish

D

twenty credits in one of these languages

Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish

fifteen credits in any two of these languages

Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese*, Korean*, Latin, Portuguese,
Spanish, Teaching English

Note: * Only available as a 15-credit subject if taken as a new language in Fourth Arts (world Languages).

Programme Requirements Fourth Arts (World Languages)

Students take 10 credits from:
WL4101, WL4102, WL4103 (5 credits per module)
plus
50 credits of language modules in any of the following combinations:
50; 40+10; 25+25; 30+20; 20+15+15; 20+20+10; 25+15+10; 30+10+10.

Languages available:
50 credits: French, German, Italian, Spanish;
40 credits: French, German, Italian, Spanish;
30 credits: Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Spanish;
25 credits: Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Spanish;
20 credits: Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish;
15 credits: Chinese, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish;
15 credits (new subject): Chinese, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish, Teaching English as a Foreign Language;
10 credits (continued from First and/or Second Arts (World Languages)): Chinese, English as a Second or Other Language, French, Gaeilge/Irish, German, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish.

Notes

Programme Requirements for Language Choices begin here.

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

Examinations
Full details of regulations governing Examinations for each programme will be contained in the Marks and Standards 2021/2022 Book, and for each module in the Book of Modules, 2021/2022.

Languages Options

FIRST ARTS (World Languages)

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 (World Languages)

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
CH2107 (10 credit), CH2010 (10 credits), CH2000 (10 credits)

Note: In addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass CH2107.

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

25-credit Subject

Students take 25 credits as follows:
CH2107 (10 credit), CH2010 (10 credits), CH2020 (5 credits)

Note: In addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass CH2107.

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

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:

CH2107 (10 credit), CH2010 (10 credits)

Note: In addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass CH2107.

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

15-credit Subject

Students take 15 credits as follows:
CH2107 (10 credits), CH2020 (5 credits).

Note: In addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass CH2107.

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

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
CH2107 (10 credits).

Note: In addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass CH2107.

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

Students who have not taken Chinese in First Arts (World Languages) may take it as a new subject in Second Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints.

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

Note: In addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass CH1001.

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

THIRD ARTS (World Languages)
Subject to having completed a total of 30 credits of Chinese in First and Second Arts (World Languages), students may spend either two semesters studying at a partner institution in China), or one semester in China (study at partner institution) and one semester in a country of a second language studied in First and Second Arts (World Languages) (study at partner institution or work placement). All courses taken during Third Arts (World Languages) will be assessed by the approved Host University. Please note that work placements in China, Japan and Korea will not initially be available.

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

FOURTH ARTS (World Languages)

30-credit Subject

Students who have passed Third Arts (World Languages) studying in China take 20 credits as follows:
CH3017 (15 credits), CH3005 (5 credits)

Plus 10 credits from the following options:
CH3108 (10 credits) OR CH3107 (10 credits) OR CH3304 (10 credits)

Note: In addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass CH3017

Students who have not spent Third Arts (World Languages) studying in China take 10 credits as follows:
CH3021 (10 credits)

Plus 20 credits from the following options:
CH3108 (10 credits), CH3107 (10 credits), CH3304 (10 credits)

Note: In addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass CH3021.

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

25-credit Subject

Students who have passed Third Arts (World Languages) studying in China take 15 credits as follows:
CH3017 (15 credits)

Plus 10 credits from the following options:
CH3108 (10 credits), CH3107 (10 credits), CH3304 (10 credits)

Note: In addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass CH3017.

The subject cannot be studied as a 25-credit subject for students who have not spent Third Arts (World Languages) studying in China.

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

20-credit Subject

Students who have passed Third Arts (World Languages) studying in China take 20 credits as follows:
CH3017 (15 credits), CH3005 (5 credits)

Note: In addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass CH3017

Students who have not spent Third Arts (World Languages) studying in China take 10 credits as follows:
CH3021 (10 credits)

Plus 10 credits from the following options:
CH3108 (10 credits), CH3107 (10 credits), CH3304 (10 credits)

Note: In addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass CH3021

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

15-credit Subject

Students who have passed Third Arts (World Languages) studying in China take 15 credits as follows:
CH3017 (15 credits)

Note: In addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass CH3017

The subject cannot be studied as a 15-credit subject for students who did not spend Third Arts (World Languages) studying in China.

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

10-credit Subject

Students who did not spend their year abroad in China take 10 credits as follows:
CH3021 (10 credits)

Note: In addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass CH3021.

The subject cannot be studied as a 10-credit subject for students who have spent and passed Third Arts (World Languages) studying in China.

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

Students who have not taken Chinese in First or Second Arts (World Languages) may take it as a new subject in Fourth Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints:

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

Note:In addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass CH1001

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

Students who have taken CH1000 and CH1001 in Second Arts (World Languages) may take Chinese as a 20-credit, 15-credit or 10-credit subject (see requirements for Second Arts (World Languages) in Fourth Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints: in addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass CH2107.

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

FIRST ARTS (World Languages)

Students take 15 credits as follows:
LC1101 (10 credits), LC2502 (5 credits) or LC1003 (5 credits)

Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.
SECOND ARTS (World Languages)

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
LC2101 (10 credits).

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass LC2101.

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

THIRD ARTS (World Languages)
Subject to having completed a total of 25 credits of ESOL in First and Second Arts (World Languages), students may spend either two semesters in an English-speaking country (study at partner institution and/or work placement), or one semester each in an English-speaking country and in a country of a second language studied in First and Second Arts (World Languages) (study at partner institutions or one semester study at partner institution and one semester work placement). All courses taken during Third Arts (World Languages) will be assessed by the approved Host University or Universities.

FOURTH ARTS (World Languages)

10-credit Subject

LC3101 (10 credits)

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass LC3101.

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

FIRST ARTS (World Languages)

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 (World Languages)

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
¹FR2101 (10 credits), FR2202, FR2204 (5 credits per module)
and
10 credits from: FR2111, FR2305, FR2306, FR2311, FR2313, FR2314, FR2404 (5 credits per module)
or
5 credits from: FR2111, FR2305, FR2306, FR2311, FR2313, FR2314, FR2404 (5 credits per module)
and
5 credits from: ²LL2003 (5 credits)

Note:
¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass FR2101.
²Students taking LL2003 may not include the same module in the credits taken in another Subject.

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

25-credit Subject

Students take 25 credits as follows:
FR2101 (10 credits), FR2202 (5 credits), FR2204 (5 credits)
and
5 credits from: FR2111, FR2305, FR2306, FR2311, FR2313, FR2314, FR2404 (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.

20-credit Subject

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

15-credit Subject

Students take 15 credits as follows:
FR2101 (10 credits)
and
5 credits from: 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 (World Languages)
Subject to having completed a total of 30 credits of French in First and Second Arts (World Languages), students may spend either two semesters in a French-speaking country (study at partner institution and/or work placement), or one semester each in a French-speaking country and in a country of a second language studied in First and Second Arts (World Languages) (study at partner institutions or one semester study at partner institution and one semester work placement). All courses taken during Third Arts (World Languages) will be assessed by the approved Host University.

Students undertaking a work placement will take 30 credits as follows:
LL3901 (20 credits), LL3902 (10 credits)

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

FOURTH ARTS (World Languages)

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
¹FR4101 (10 credits), FR4201 (5 credits), FR4202 (5 credits)
and
30 credits from: FR4306, FR4310, FR4311, FR4313, FR4409, FR4314, FR4702, FR4803 (5 credits per module)
or
25 credits from: FR4306, FR4310, FR4311, FR4313, FR4314, FR4409, FR4702, FR4803 (5 credits per module)
and
5 credits from: LL3002, LL3102 (5 credits per module).

Note: ¹In 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 (5 credits), FR4202 (5 credits)
and
20 credits from: FR4306, FR4310, FR4311, FR4313, FR4314, FR4409, FR4702, FR4803 (5 credits per module)
or
15 credits from: FR4306, FR4310, FR4311, FR4313, FR4314, FR4409, FR4702, FR4803 (5 credits per module)
and
5 credits from: LL3002, LL3102 (5 credits per module).

Note:¹In 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.

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
¹FR4101 (10 credits), FR4201 (5 credits), FR4202 (5 credits)
and
10 credits from: FR4306, FR4310, FR4311, FR4313, FR4314, FR4409, FR4702, FR4803 (5 credits per module)
or
5 credits from: FR4306, FR4310, FR4311, FR4313, FR4314, FR4409, FR4702, FR4803 (5 credits per module)
and
5 credits from: LL3002, LL3102 (5 credits per module).

Note: ¹In 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.

25-credit Subject

Students take 25 credits as follows:
¹FR4101 (10 credits), FR4201 (5 credits), FR4202 (5 credits)
and
5 credits from: FR4306, FR4310, FR4311, FR4314, FR4409, FR4702, FR4803,²LL3002,²LL3102 (5 credits per module).

Note:
¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass FR4101.
²Students taking a module in the LL3000 series may not include the same module in the credits taken in another Subject.

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

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
¹FR4101 (10 credits), FR4201 (5 credits), FR4202 (5 credits).

Note:¹In 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.

15-credit Subject

Students take 15 credits as follows:
¹FR4101 (10 credits)
and
5 credits from: FR4201, FR4202 (5 credits per module).

Note:¹In 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:
¹FR4101 (10 credits)

Note:¹In 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.

FIRST ARTS (World Languages)

Students take 15 credits as follows:
GA1003 (15 credits)


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

SECOND ARTS (World Languages)

Ábhar 30 creidiúint

Ní foláir 30 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
¹GA2001 (10 creidiúint)
agus dhá mhodúl ar a laghad, trí cinn ar a mhéid, as:
GA2003, GA2012, GA2013, GA2014, GA2016, GA2019, GA2023, GA2024, GA2025, GA2026, GA2027, GA2035, GA2036 (5 chreidiúint an modúl)
agus aon mhodúl amháin ar a laghad, dhá cheann ar a mhéid, as:
GA2031, GA2032 (5 chreidiúint an modúl).

¹Comh maith leis na rialacha ginearálta a bhaineann le pas a fháil sa bhliain seo, ní foláir do mhic léinn pas a fháil i GA2001.

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

Ábhar 25 creidiúint

Ní foláir 25 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
¹GA2001 (10 creidiúint)
agus tríú cinn as na modúil seo leanas:
GA2003, GA2012, GA2013, GA2014, GA2016, GA2019, GA2023, GA2024, GA2025, GA2026, GA2027, GA2031, GA2032, GA2035, GA2036 (5 chreidiúint an modúl).

¹Comh maith leis na rialacha ginearálta a bhaineann le pas a fháil sa bhliain seo, ní foláir do mhic léinn pas a fháil i GA2001.

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

Ábhar 20 creidiúint

Ní foláir 20 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
¹GA2001 (10 creidiúint)
agus dhá mhodúl as:
GA2003, GA2012, GA2013, GA2014, GA2016, GA2019, GA2023, GA2024, GA2025, GA2026, GA2027, GA2031, GA2032, GA2035, GA2036 (5 chreidiúint an modúl).

¹Comh maith leis na rialacha ginearálta a bhaineann le pas a fháil sa bhliain seo, ní foláir do mhic léinn pas a fháil i GA2001.

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

Ábhar 15 creidiúint

Ní foláir 15 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
¹GA2001 (10 creidiúint)
agus aon mhodúl amháin as:
GA2003, GA2012, GA2013, GA2014, GA2016, GA2019, GA2023, GA2024, GA2025, GA2026, GA2027, GA2031, GA2032, GA2035, GA2036 (5 chreidiúint an modúl)

¹Comh maith leis na rialacha ginearálta a bhaineann le pas a fháil sa bhliain seo, ní foláir do mhic léinn pas a fháil i GA2001.

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

Ábhar 10 creidiúint

Ní foláir 10 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
¹GA2001 (10 creidiúint).

¹Comh maith leis na rialacha ginearálta a bhaineann le pas a fháil sa bhliain seo, ní foláir do mhic léinn pas a fháil i GA2001.

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

THIRD ARTS (World Languages)
Tugann mic léinn an tríú bliain dá gclár léinn ag staidéar in ollscoil faofa agus/nó ar sochrúchán oibre i dtír nó dhó a bhaineann leis an teanga eile nó na teangacha eile a mbítear ag déanamh staidéir orthu.

FOURTH ARTS (World Languages)

Ábhar 30 creidiúint

Ní foláir 30 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
¹GA3001 (10 creidiúint)
agus dhá mhodúl ar a laghad, trí cinn ar a mhéid, as:
GA3003, GA3004, GA3007, GA3008, GA3016, GA3017, GA3022, GA3023, GA3024, GA3027, GA3029, GA3037 (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 (le chéile, 5 creidiúint an ceann) a dhéanamh in ionad GA3031 agus GA3032 le chéile.

¹Comh maith leis na rialacha ginearálta a bhaineann le pas a fháil sa bhliain seo, ní foláir do mhic léinn pas a fháil i GA3001.

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

Ábhar 25 creidiúint

Ní foláir 25 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
¹GA3001 (10 creidiúint)
agus trí mhodúl as:
GA3003, GA3004, GA3007, GA3008, GA3016, GA3017, GA3022, GA3023, GA3024, GA3027, GA3029, GA3031, GA3032, GA3037 (5 chreidiúint an modúl).

¹Comh maith leis na rialacha ginearálta a bhaineann le pas a fháil sa bhliain seo, ní foláir do mhic léinn pas a fháil i GA3001.

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

Ábhar 20 creidiúint

Ní foláir 20 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
¹GA3001 (10 creidiúint)
agus dhá mhodúl as:
GA3003, GA3004, GA3007, GA3008, GA3016, GA3017, GA3022, GA3023, GA3024, GA3027, GA3029, GA3031, GA3032, GA3037 (5 chreidiúint an modúl).

¹Comh maith leis na rialacha ginearálta a bhaineann le pas a fháil sa bhliain seo, ní foláir do mhic léinn pas a fháil i GA3001.

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

Ábhar 15 creidiúint

Ní foláir 15 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
¹GA3001 (10 creidiúint)
agus aon mhodúl amháin as:
GA3003, GA3004, GA3007, GA3008, GA3016, GA3017, GA3022, GA3023, GA3024, GA3027, GA3029, GA3031, GA3032, GA3037 (5 chreidiúint an modúl).

¹Comh maith leis na rialacha ginearálta a bhaineann le pas a fháil sa bhliain seo, ní foláir do mhic léinn pas a fháil i GA3001.

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

Ábhar 10 creidiúint
Ní foláir 10 creidiúint a thógaint mar leanas:
¹GA3001 (10 creidiúint).

¹Comh maith leis na rialacha ginearálta a bhaineann le pas a fháil sa bhliain seo, ní foláir do mhic léinn pas a fháil i GA3001.

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

FIRST ARTS (World Languages)

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.

or

Non-Beginners’ German
GE1101 (10 credits), GE1102 (5 credits)


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

SECOND ARTS (World Languages)

30-credit Subject

¹GE2101 (10 credits), GE2126 (5 credits)
plus 15 credits from: GE2002, GE2100, GE2102, GE2113, GE2805, either GE2106 or GE2902, [LL2003] (5 credits per module), GE2135 (10 credits)

Note:
¹In 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.

25-credit Subject

Students take 25 credits as follows:
¹GE2101 (10 credits)
plus
15 credits from: GE2002, GE2100, GE2102, GE2113, GE2126, GE2805, either GE2106 or GE2902, [LL2003] (5 credits per module), GE2135 (10 credits)

Note:
¹In 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.

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
¹GE2101 (10 credits)
plus
10 credits from: GE2002, GE2100, GE2102, GE2113, GE2126, GE2805, either GE2106 or GE2902, [LL2003] (5 credits per module), GE2135 (10 credits)

Note:
¹In 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.

15-credit Subject

Students take 15 credits as follows:
¹GE2101 (10 credits)
plus
5 credits from: GE2002, GE2100, GE2102, GE2113, GE2126, GE2805, either GE2106 or GE2902, [LL2003] (5 credits per module), GE2135 (10 credits)

Note:
¹In 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.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
¹GE2101 (10 credits)

Note:
¹In 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.

Students who have not taken German in First Arts (World Languages) may take it as a new subject in Second Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints:

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

Note: In addition the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass GE1103.

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

THIRD ARTS (World Languages)
Subject to having completed a total of 30 credits of German in First and Second Arts (World Languages), students may spend either two semesters in a German-speaking country (study at partner institution and/or work placement), or one semester each in a German-speaking country and in a country of a second language studied in First and Second Arts (World Languages) (study at partner institutions or one semester study at partner institution and one semester work placement) All courses taken during Third Arts (World Languages) will be assessed by the approved Host University.

Students undertaking a work placement will take 30 credits as follows:
LL3901 (20 credits), LL3902 (10 credits)

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

FOURTH ARTS (World Languages)

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
¹GE3101 (10 credits)
plus
40 credits from: GE3103, GE3108, GE3126, GE3137, GE3139, GE3142, GE3147, GE3150, GE3151, GE3902, GE3904, ²LL3002, ²LL3102 (5 credits per module), GE4000 (10 credits)

Note:
¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass GE3101.
²Not more than one LL-coded module may be chosen.

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

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
¹GE3101 (10 credits)
plus
30 credits from: GE3103, GE3108, GE3126, GE3137, GE3139, GE3142, GE3147, GE3150, GE3151, GE3902, GE3904, ²LL3002, ²LL3102 (5 credits per module), GE4000 (10 credits)

Note:
¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass GE3101.
²Not more than one LL-coded module may be chosen.

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

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
¹GE3101 (10 credits)
and
20 credits from: GE3103, GE3108, GE3126, GE3137, GE3139, GE3142, GE3147, GE3150, GE3151, GE3902, GE3904, ²LL3002, ²LL3102 (5 credits per module), GE4000 (10 credits).
Note:
¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass GE3101.
²Not more than one LL-coded module may be chosen.

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

25-credit Subject

Students take 25 credits as follows:
¹GE3101 (10 credits)
and
15 credits from: GE3103, GE3108, GE3126, GE3137, GE3139, GE3142, GE3147, GE3150, GE3151, GE3902, GE3904, ²LL3002, ²LL3102 (5 credits per module), GE4000 (10 credits)

Note:
¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass GE3101.
²Not more than one LL-coded module may be chosen.

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, GE3147, GE3150, GE3151, GE3902, GE3904 (5 credits per module), GE4000 (10 credits).

Note:
¹In 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.

15-credit Subject

Students take 15 credits as follows:
¹GE3101 (10 credits)
plus
5 credits from: GE3103, GE3108, GE3126, GE3137, GE3139, GE3142, GE3147, GE3150, GE3151, GE3902, GE3904 (5 credits per module), GE4000 (10 credits).

Note:¹In 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.

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
¹GE3101 (10 credits)

Note:¹In 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.

Students who have not taken German in First or Second Arts (World Languages) may take it as a new subject in Fourth Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints:

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

Note: In addition the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass GE1103.

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

Students who have taken GE1103 and GE1104 in Second Arts (World Languages) may take German as a 20-credit, 15-credit or 10-credit subject (see requirements for Second Arts (World Languages) in Fourth Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints: in addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass GE2101.

FIRST ARTS (World Languages)

Students take 15 credits as follows:
Beginners' Italian
IT1101 (10 credits), IT1201 (5 credits)

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

or

Non-Beginners' Italian
IT1102 (10 credits), IT1201 (5 credits)


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

SECOND ARTS (World Languages)

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
¹IT2101 (10 credits)
plus
20 credits from: IT2105, IT2304, IT2306, IT2309, IT2310, IT2311, IT2401 (5 credits per module)

Note:
¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT2101.

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

25-credit Subject

Students take 25 credits as follows:
¹IT2101 (10 credits)
plus
15 credits from: IT2105, IT2304, IT2306, IT2309, IT2310, IT2311, IT2401 (5 credits per module)

Note:
¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT2101.

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

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
¹IT2101 (10 credits)
plus
10 credits from: IT2105, IT2304, IT2306, IT2309, IT2310, IT2311 (5 credits per module).

Note: ¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT2101.

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

15-credit Subject

Students take 15 credits as follows:
¹IT2101 (10 credits)
plus
5 credits from: IT2105, IT2304, IT2306, IT2309, IT2310, IT2311 (5 credits per module).

Note:¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT2101.

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

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
¹IT2101 (10 credits)

Note:¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT2101.

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

Students who have not taken Italian in First Arts (World Languages) may take it as a new subject in Second Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints:

Students take 15 credits as follows:
Beginners' Italian
Either ¹IT1101 (10 credits) or IT1109 (10 credits)

plus IT1201 (5 credits).

Note:¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT1101 or IT1109.

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

THIRD ARTS (World Languages)
Subject to having completed a total of 30 credits of Italian in First and Second Arts (World Languages), students may spend either two semesters in Italy (study at partner institution and/or work placement), or one semester each in Italy and in a country of a second language studied in First and Second Arts (World Languages) (study at partner institutions or one semester study at partner institution and one semester work placement). All courses taken during Third Arts (World Languages) will be assessed by the approved Host University.

Students undertaking a work placement will take 30 credits as follows:
LL3901 (20 credits), LL3902 (10 credits)

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

FOURTH ARTS (World Languages)

50-credit Subject

Students take 50 credits as follows:
¹IT3101 (10 credits), IT3205 (5 credits)
plus either 35 credits as follows:
IT3110, IT3312, IT3315, IT3316, IT3317, IT3318, IT3401 (5 credits per module)
or
30 credits from: IT3110, IT3312, IT3315, IT3316, IT3317, IT3318, IT3401 (5 credits per module)
and
5 credits from: ²LL3002,²LL3102 (5 credits per module).

Note:
¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT3101 (10 credits).
²Students taking a module in the LL3000 series may not include the same module in the credits taken in another subject.

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

40-credit Subject

Students take 40 credits as follows:
¹IT3101 (10 credits), IT3205, (5 credits)
plus either 25 credits from:
IT3110, IT3312, IT3315, IT3316, IT3317, IT3318, IT3401 (5 credits per module)
or
20 credits from: IT3110, IT3312, IT3315, IT3316, IT3317, IT3318, IT3401 (5 credits per module)
and 5 credits from: ²LL3002,²LL3102 (5 credits per module).

Note:
¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT3101.
²Students taking a module in the LL3000 series may not include the same module in the credits taken in another subject.

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

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
¹IT3101 (10 credits), IT3205 (5 credits)
plus either
15 credits from: IT3110, IT3312, IT3315, IT3316, IT3317, IT3318 (5 credits per module)
or
10 credits from: IT3110, IT3312, IT3315, IT3316, IT3317, IT3318 (5 credits per module)
and
5 credits from: ²LL3002, ²LL3102 (5 credits per module).

Note:
¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT3101.
²Students taking a module in the LL3000 series may not include the same module in the credits taken in the other subject.

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

25-credit Subject

Students take 25 credits as follows:
¹IT3101 (10 credits), IT3205 (5 credits per module)
plus either
10 credits from: IT3110, IT3312, IT3315, IT3316, IT3317, IT3318 (5 credits per module)
or
5 credits from: IT3110, IT3312, IT3315, IT3316, IT3317, IT3318 (5 credits per module)
and
5 credits from: ²LL3002, ²LL3102 (5 credits per module).

Note:
¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT3101.
²Students taking a module in the LL3000 series may not include the same module in the credits taken in the other subject.

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

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
¹IT3101 (10 credits),
plus 10 credits from:
IT3110, IT3205, IT3312, IT3315, IT3316, IT3317, IT3318 (5 credits per module)

Note:
¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT3101.

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

15-credit Subject

Students take 15 credits as follows:
¹IT3101 (10 credits)
plus
5 credits from: IT3110, IT3312, IT3315, IT3316, IT3317, IT3318 (5 credits per module).

Note:
¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT3101.

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

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
¹IT3101 (10 credits)

Note:
¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT3101.

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

Students who have not taken Italian in First or Second Arts (World Languages) may take it as a new subject in Fourth Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints:

Students take 15 credits as follows:
Beginners' Italian
Either ¹IT1101 (10 credits) or IT1109 (10 credits)

plus IT1201 (5 credits).

Note:
¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT1101 or IT1109.

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

Students who have taken IT1101 or IT1109 and IT1201 in Second Arts (World Languages) may take Italian as a 20-credit, 15-credit or 10-credit subject (see requirements for Second Arts (World Languages) in Fourth Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints: in addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass IT2101.

FIRST ARTS (World Languages)

Beginners

Students take 15 credits as follows:
AS1500 (5 credits), AS1501 (10 credits)

Non-beginners

Students take 15 credits as follows:
AS1500 (5 credits), AS1502 (10 credits)

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

SECOND ARTS (World Languages)

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
¹AS1502 or ¹AS1503 (10 credits per module),
plus AS2010 (10 credits)

Note: ¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass AS1502 or AS1503 (10 credits).

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

15-credit Subject

Students take 15 credits as follows:
AS1500 (5 credits), ¹AS1501 (10 credits)

Note: ¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass AS1501.

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

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
¹AS1502 (10 credits)

or

¹AS1503 (10 credits).

Note:
¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass AS1502 or AS1503.

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

Students who have not taken Japanese in First Arts (World Languages) may take it as a new subject in Second Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints:

Students take 15 credits as follows:

Beginners

Students take 15 credits as follows:
AS1500 (5 credits), AS1501 (10 credits)

Non-beginners

Students take 15 credits as follows:
AS1500 (5 credits), AS1502 (10 credits)

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

THIRD ARTS (World Languages)
Subject to having completed a total of 25 credits of Japanese in First and Second Arts (World Languages), students may spend either two semesters studying at a partner institution in Japan, or one semester in Japan (study at partner institution) and one semester in a country of a second language studied in First and Second Arts (World Languages) (study at partner institution or work placement). All courses taken during Third Arts (World Languages) will be assessed by the approved Host University. Please note that a work placement in Japan will not initially be available.

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

FOURTH ARTS (World Languages)

Two 20-credit subject options exist to accommodate students depending on their Japanese Language level.

Students take 20 credits from the options below:

Option 1: Intermediate

Students who have taken AS1500 and AS1501 in Second Arts (World Languages) may take Japanese as a 20-credit subject in Fourth Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints.

AS1502 or AS1503 (10 credits per module)
plus
AS2010 (10 credits)
Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass AS1502 or AS1503.

or

Option 2: Advanced*
Students take 20 credits as follows:
AS1503** or AS1504** (10 credits per module)
plus AS3008 (10 credits)

Notes:
* Students may take Japanese as an advanced 20-credit Subject in Fourth Arts (World Languages) on condition that they have the prerequisite for AS3008, namely a significant standard of Japanese Language (assessed before entry), and would normally be expected to have made good progress having spent the Third Year studying at a Japanese university.
** In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass AS1503 or AS1504.

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

Students who have not taken Japanese in First or Second Arts (World Languages) may take it as a new subject in Fourth Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints:

15-credit Subject
Students take 15 credits as follows:
AS1500 (5 credits), AS1501 (10 credits)

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass AS1501.

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

Two 10-credit subject options exist to accommodate students depending on their Japanese Language level.

Students take 10 credits from the options below:

Option 1: Intermediate

Students who have taken AS1500 and AS1501 in Second Arts (World Languages) may take Japanese as a 10-credit subject in Fourth Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints.

Students take 10 credits as follows:
AS1502 or AS1503 (10 credits per module).

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass AS1502 or AS1503

Option 2: Advanced

Students take 10 credits as follows:

AS1503 or AS1504 (10 credits per module)

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass AS1503 or AS1504

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

FIRST ARTS (World Languages)

Students take 15 credits as follows:
AS1600 (5 credits), AS1601 (10 credits)

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass AS1601.


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

SECOND ARTS (World Languages)

Students who have not taken Korean in First Arts (World Languages) may take it as a new subject in Second Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints.

20-credit subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:

AS1602 (10 credits), AS2002 (10 credits)

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass AS1602.

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

15-credit Subject

Students take 15 credits as follows:

AS1600 (5 credits), AS1601 (10 credits)

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass AS1601.

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

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
AS1602 (10 credits)

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass AS1602

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

THIRD ARTS (World Languages)
Subject to having completed a total of 25 credits of Korean in First and Second Arts (World Languages), students may spend either two semesters studying at a partner institution in South Korea, or one semester in South Korea (study at partner institution) and one semester in a country of a second language studied in First and Second Arts (World Languages) (study at partner institution or work placement). All courses taken during Third Arts (World Languages) will be assessed by the approved Host University. Please note that a work placement in Korea will not initially be available.

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

FOURTH ARTS (World Languages)

Students who have not taken Korean in Second Arts (World Languages) may take it as a new subject in Fourth Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints:

Two 20 credit subject options exist to accommodate students depending on their Korean Language level.

Students take 20 credits from the options below:

Option 1: Intermediate

Students who have taken Korean as a 15-credit subject (AS1600 and AS1601) in Second Arts (World Languages) may take Korean as a 10-credit subject in Fourth Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints:

AS1602 or AS1603 (10 credits per module)
plus
AS3009 (10 credits)
Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass AS1602 or AS1603.

or

Option 2: Advanced*

** AS1603 or **AS1604 (10 credits per module),

plus

AS3006 (10 credits).

Notes:

* Students may take Korean as a 20-credit Subject in Fourth Arts (World Languages) on condition that they have the prerequisite for AS3006, namely ‘a significant standard of Korean Language (assessed before entry)’, and would normally be expected to have made good progress having spent the Third Year studying at a Korean university.

** In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass AS1603 or AS1604.

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

15 credit Subject

Students take 15 credits as follows:
AS1600 (5 credits), AS1601 (10 credits)

Note: In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass AS1601.

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

Students who have taken Korean as a 15-credit subject (AS1600 and AS1601) in Second Arts (World Languages) may take Korean as a 10-credit subject in Fourth Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints:

10 credit subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
AS1602 (10 credits) or AS1603 (10 credits).

Note:In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass AS1602 or AS1603.

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

FIRST ARTS (World Languages)

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


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

SECOND ARTS (World Languages)

15-credit Subject

Students take 15 credits:
¹LT2009 (5 credits)
plus 10 credits from the following:
LT2025, LT2032, LT2038, LT2043, LT2044 (5 credits per module)

Note:¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass LT2009.

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

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits:
¹LT2009 (5 credits)
plus 5 credits from the following:
LT2025, LT2032, LT2038, LT2043, LT2044 (5 credits per module)

Note:¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass LT2009.

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

Students who have not taken Latin in First Arts (World Languages) may take it as a new subject in Second Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints.

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

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

THIRD ARTS (World Languages)
Students spend the Third Year of their programme studying at an approved university and/or on a work placement in one or two of the countries of the other language or languages studied.

FOURTH ARTS (World Languages)

15-credit Subject

Students take 15 credits from the following:
LT2032, LT2038, LT2043, LT2044, LT3027, LT3043 (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:
LT2032, LT2038, LT2043, LT2044, LT3027, LT3043 (5 credits per module)

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

Students who have not taken Latin in First or Second Arts (World Languages) may take it as a new subject in Fourth Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints.

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

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

Students who have taken LT1001 in Second Arts (World Languages) may take Latin as a 15-credit or 10-credit subject (see requirements for Second Arts (World Languages) in Fourth Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints: in addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass LT2009.

FIRST ARTS (World Languages)

Students take 15 credits as follows:
PU1101 (10 credits), PU1102 (5 credits).


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

SECOND ARTS (World Languages)

30-credit Subject

Students take 30 credits as follows:
¹PU2201 (10 credits), PU2202 (5 credits), PU2203 (5 credits), PU2204 (10 credits)

¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass PU2201.

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

25-credit Subject

Students take 25 credits as follows:
¹PU2201 (10 credits), PU2202 (5 credits), PU2204 (10 credits)

¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass PU2201.

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

20-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
¹PU2201 (10 credits), PU2202 (5 credits), PU2203 (5 credits).

¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass PU2201.

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

15-credit Subject

Students take 15 credits as follows:
¹PU2201 (10 credits)
and
5 credits from: PU2202, PU2203 (5 credits per module).

Note: ¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass PU2201.

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.

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

Students who have not taken Portuguese in First Arts (World Languages) may take it as a new subject in Second Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints:

Students take 15 credits as follows:
¹PU1101 (10 credits), PU1102 (5 credits).

Note: ¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass PU1101.

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

THIRD ARTS (World Languages)
Subject to having completed a total of 25 credits of Portuguese in First and Second Arts (World Languages), students may spend either two semesters in a Portuguese-speaking country (study at partner institution and/or work placement), or one semester each in a Portuguese-speaking country and in a country of a second language studied in First and Second Arts (World Languages) (study at partner institutions or one semester study at partner institution and one semester work placement). All courses taken during Third Arts (World Languages) will be assessed by the approved Host University.

Students undertaking a work placement will take 30 credits as follows:
LL3901 (20 credits), LL3902 (10 credits)

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

FOURTH ARTS (World Languages)

30-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
¹PU3301 (10 credits), PU3302 (5 credits), PU3303 (5 credits), PU3304 (5 credits), PU3305 (5 credits)

Note:¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass PU3301 or PU2201 if PU1101 taken in Second Arts (WL)

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

25-credit Subject

Students take 20 credits as follows:
¹PU3301 (10 credits), PU3302 (5 credits), PU3303 (5 credits) and a choice between either PU3304 (5 credits) or PU3305 (5 credits)

Note:¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass PU3301 or PU2201 if PU1101 taken in Second Arts (WL)

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

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 PU3301 or PU2201 if PU1101 taken in Second Arts (WL)

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

15-credit Subject

Students take 15 credits as follows:
¹PU3301 (10 credits)
and
5 credits from: PU3302, PU3303 (5 credits per module).

Note:¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass PU3301.

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

10-credit Subject

Students take 10 credits as follows:
¹PU3301 (10 credits).

Note:¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass PU3301.

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

Students who have not taken Portuguese in First or Second Arts (World Languages) may take it as a new subject in Fourth Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints:

Students take 15 credits as follows:
¹PU1101 (10 credits), PU1102 (5 credits).

Note:¹In addition to the general regulations for passing the year, students must pass PU1101.

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

Students who have taken PU1101 and PU1102 in Second Arts (World Languages) may take Portuguese as a 20-credit, 15-credit or 10-credit subject (see requirements for Second Arts (World Languages) in Fourth Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints: in addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass PU2201.

FIRST ARTS (World Languages)

Students take 15 credits as follows:
Beginners' Spanish
HS1101 (15 credits)

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

or

Non-Beginners' Spanish
HS1030 (5 credits) HS1102 (10 credits)

Note: Students wishing to take Non-Beginners' Spanish must have obtained a minimum Grade H4 in Spanish in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent). Students who have studied Spanish at second level and obtained a Grade below H4 can join the Beginners' Spanish course.


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

SECOND ARTS (World Languages)

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, HS2046 (5 credits per module).

Group B
HS2006, HS2015, HS2017, HS2018, ³HS2019, ³HS2022, ³HS2023, ³HS2024, ³HS2025, HS2026, HS2057, [LL2003], ³PU2020, ³PU2203 (5 credits per module) ³PU2021 (10 credits).

Note:

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

25-credit Subject

Students take 25 credits as follows:
¹HS2101 or ¹HS2102 (10 credits per module)
plus 15 credits of optional modules to include at least 10 credits from Group A²:

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

Group B
HS2006, HS2015, HS2017, HS2018, ³HS2019, ³HS2022, ³HS2023, ³HS2024, ³HS2025, HS2026, HS2057, [LL2003],³PU2020, ³PU2203 (5 credits per module) ³PU2021 (10 credits).

Note:

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

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.

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

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

15-credit Subject

Students take 15 credits as follows:
HS2101 or HS2102 (10 credits per module).
plus 5 credits from the following:
HS2009, HS2011, HS2013, HS2014, HS2026, HS2046.

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

Students who have not taken Spanish in First Arts (World Languages) may take it as a new subject in Second Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints:

Students take 15 credits as follows:
Beginners' Spanish
HS1101 (15 credits).

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

THIRD ARTS (World Languages)
Subject to having completed a total of 30 credits of Spanish in First and Second Arts (World Languages), students may spend either two semesters in a Spanish-speaking country (study at partner institution and/or work placement), or one semester each in a Spanish-speaking country and in a country of a second language studied in First and Second Arts (World Languages) (study at partner institutions or one semester study at partner institution and one semester work placement). All courses taken during Third Arts (World Languages) will be assessed by the approved Host University.

Students undertaking a work placement will take 30 credits as follows:
LL3901 (20 credits), HS3012 (10 credits)

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

FOURTH ARTS (World Languages)

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, HS3013, HS3014, HS3018, HS3019, ²HS3022, ²HS3023, ²HS3024,²HS3025, HS3028, HS3029, HS3054, HS3058, HS3123, ³LL3002, ³LL3005, ³LL3102, ²PU3020, PU3302, PU3303 (5 credits per module), PU3021 (10 credits)

²Students may also select one of the following second year 5-credit language-learning modules (not already taken), as an elective:
HS2018, 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, HS3013, HS3014, HS3018, HS3019, ²HS3022,²HS3023, HS3123, ²HS3024,²HS3025, HS3028, HS3029, HS3054, HS3058, HS3063, ³LL3002, ³LL3005, ³LL3102,²PU3020, PU3302, PU3303 (5 credits per module), PU3021 (10 credits)

²Students may also select one of the following second year 5-credit language-learning modules (not already taken), as an elective:
HS2018, 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, HS3013, HS3014, HS3018, HS3019, ²HS3022,²HS3023,²HS3024,²HS3025, HS3028, HS3029, HS3054, HS3058, HS3123, ³LL3002, ³LL3005, ³LL3102,²PU3020, PU3302, PU3303 (5 credits per module), PU3021 (10 credits)

²Students may also select one of the following second year 5-credit language-learning modules (not already taken), as an elective:
HS2018, HS2019, HS2022, HS2023, HS2024, HS2025, PU2020 (5 credits per module)

Note:

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

25-credit Subject

Students take 25 credits as follows:
¹HS3001 (10 credits)
plus 15 credits from the following²:
HS3004, HS3005, HS3007, HS3008, HS3010, HS3013, HS3014, HS3018, HS3019, ²HS3022,²HS3023,²HS3024,²HS3025, HS3028, HS3029, HS3054, HS3058, HS3123, ³LL3002, ³LL3005, ³LL3102,²PU3020, PU3302, PU3303 (5 credits per module), PU3021 (10 credits).

²Students may also select one of the following second year 5-credit language-learning modules (not already taken), as an elective:
HS2018, 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, HS3013, HS3014, HS3018, HS3019, ²HS3022,²HS3023,²HS3024,²HS3025, HS3028, HS3029, HS3054, HS3058, HS3123, ³LL3002, ³LL3005, ³LL3102,²PU3020, PU3302, PU3303 (5 credits per module), PU3021 (10 credits).

²Students may also select one of the following second year 5-credit language-learning modules (not already taken), as an elective:
HS2018, HS2019, HS2022, HS2023, HS2024, HS2025, PU2020 (5 credits per module)

Note:

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

15-credit Subject

Students take 15 credits as follows:
¹HS3001 (10 credits)
plus 5 credits from the following²:
HS3004, HS3005, HS3007, HS3008, HS3010, HS3013, HS3014, HS3018, HS3019, ²HS3022,²HS3023,²HS3024,²HS3025, HS3028, HS3029, HS3054, HS3058, HS3123, ³LL3002, ³LL3005, ³LL3102,²PU3020, PU3302, PU3303 (5 credits per module).

²Students may also select one of the following second year 5-credit language-learning modules (not already taken), as an elective:
HS2018, HS2019, HS2022, HS2023, HS2024, HS2025, PU2020 (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:
¹HS3001 (10 credits)

Note:

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

Students who have not taken Spanish in First or Second Arts (World Languages) may take it as a new subject in Fourth Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints:

Students take 15 credits as follows:
Beginners' Spanish
HS1101 (15 credits)

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

Students who have taken HS1101 in Second Arts (World Languages) may take Spanish as a 20-credit, 15-credit or 10-credit subject (see requirements for Second Arts (World Languages) in Fourth Arts (World Languages), subject to timetable constraints: in addition to general regulations for passing the year, students must pass HS2101 or HS2102.

Teaching English as a Foreign Language

FOURTH ARTS (World Languages)

15-credit Subject

Students take 15 credits as follows:
LC3201 (5 credits), LC3202 (10 credits)

Programme Learning Outcomes for BA (Hons) (World Languages) NFQ Level 8, Major Award

On successful completion of this programme, students should be able to:


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