2018/2019

BComm (Hons) (International) [CK205, CK206, CK207, CK208, CK209]

NFQ Level 8, Major Award

Programme details for the BComm (Hons) International with French/German/Italian/Hispanic Studies/Irish may be found below. Programme details for the BComm (Hons) International with Chinese Studies can be found here.

To be admitted to the School of Business for the programme of study leading to the degree of BComm (Hons) (International), an applicant must have met the specified language requirements as detailed here. Students opting for one of the first four BComm (Hons) (International) Degrees listed above will spend a year abroad pursuing an appropriate course of study or, in the case of BComm (Hons) (International) with Irish, some students will spend a period in internship and complete a series of projects/reports.

To be admitted to the First University Examination in Commerce (International) a student must have satisfactorily attended prescribed modules to the value of 60 credits as follows:

45 credits to be taken as follows:

AC1102 Financial Accounting (5 credits)
EC1202 Economic Reasoning for Business (5 credits)
GV1102 Introduction to Government and Politics (5 credits)
IS1105 Business Information Systems (5 credits)
LW1108 Introduction to the Legal System (5 credits)
LW1109 Introduction to Business Law (5 credits)
MA1100 Introductory Mathematics for Business I (5 credits)
MG1003 Introduction to Marketing (5 credits)
MG1004 Introduction to Management and Organisation (5 credits)

and modules to the value of 15 credits to be taken from the chosen Language:

French [CK205]

FR1103 Foundation Course in Written and Oral French and Introduction to French for Business (10 credits)
FR1201 Introduction to French Studies (5 credits)

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

German [CK206]

Beginners':
Note:
Only students with no prior German or Junior Certificate German who have a minimum of Grade H3 in another modern continental language or in Irish, Latin, or Greek in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent) can take German for Beginners.
GE1103 Integrated Written and Oral Language Course for Beginners (10 credits)
GE1104
Introduction to German Culture and Literature for Beginners (5 credits)
or
Non Beginners':
Note: Students wishing to select GE1101 must have obtained a minimum grade H4 in German in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent).
GE1101 Integrated Written and Oral Language Course for German (10 credits)
GE1102 Introduction to Literature (5 credits)

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

Italian [CK207]

Beginners':
IT1101
Introduction to Written and Spoken Italian (10 credits)
IT1201 Post-Unification Italian Culture and Society (5 credits)
or
Non Beginners':
IT1102
Non-Beginners' Written and Spoken Italian (10 credits)
IT1201 Post-Unification Italian Culture and Society (5 credits)


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

Hispanic Studies [CK208]

Note regarding selection of Spanish language modules: Students wishing to take HS1101 must have obtained a minimum Grade H4 in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent) in another modern continental language or Irish, Latin or Greek. Students who have studied Spanish at second level and obtained a Grade below H3 can also join the Beginners' Spanish course. (Note for School Leavers: School Leavers must satisfy the minimum entry requirements for CK208 as well as satisfying the additional requirement of obtaining a H3 in one of French, German, Gaeilge/Irish, Italian, Spanish, Latin or Greek for admission to CK208).

Beginners':
HS1101
First Year Spanish Language for Beginners (15 credits)
or
Non-Beginners':
Note: Students wishing to take HS1102 must have obtained a minimum Grade H3 in Spanish in the Leaving Certificate Examination (or equivalent).
HS1030 Introduction to Spanish and Latin American Studies (5 credits)
HS1102 First Year Spanish Language for Non-Beginners (10 credits)

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

Irish [CK209]

GA1003 Bunstaidéar ar Theanga agus ar Chultúr na Gaeilge (15 credits)

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

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

Examinations
Full details of regulations governing Examinations for each programme will be contained in the Marks and Standards 2019 Book, and for each module in the Book of Modules, 2018/2019.

Three Year Rule
Students must pass the First University Examination in Commerce (International) within three academic years from the date of first registration for First Year. Failure to comply with this rule would mean that the student would be ineligible to proceed further with his/her studies. Exceptions to this rule may be granted by the School of Business, only for very serious reasons.

In addition to the General Regulations for passing the year, the following Special Requirements for Languages apply:

No student may register for the Second Year programme of study until the First University Examination in Commerce (International) has been passed. Second Year consists of core modules to the value of 35 credits and Language modules to the value of 25 credits from one of the Language subjects. To be admitted to the Second University Examination in Commerce (International) a student must have satisfactorily attended the following modules to the value of 60 credits:

35 credits to be taken as follows:

AC2200 Introduction to Management Accounting (5 credits)
EC1203 Macroeconomic Context and Business (5 credits)
FE2401 Principles of Food Marketing (5 credits)
GV2218 European Government and Politics (5 credits)
IS2201 Management Information Systems (5 credits)
MG2005 International Management and Organisation (5 credits)
ST1023 Introduction to Business Statistics (5 credits)

and 25 credits to be taken from the chosen Language:

French

FR2103 Advanced French Language III (10 credits)
FR2901 French Society and Institutions (5 credits)

and modules to the value of 10 credits to be taken from the following:

FR2202 Literary Seminar I (5 credits)
FR2204 Topics in Literature and Culture (5 credits)
FR2305 Postcolonial France 1958-2015 (5 credits)
FR2306 Literary Studies: The Theatre of the Absurd (5 credits)
FR2313 Francophone Travel Narratives (5 credits)
FR2403 Introduction to Specialist Translation (5 credits)
FR2404 The French Language Today (5 credits)

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

German

GE2801 Integrated German Language Course for BComm Students (10 credits)

and modules to the value of 15 credits to be taken from the following:
GE2100 German Love Poetry (5 credits)
GE2102 Linguistics 1 (5 credits)
¹GE2106 Cultural and Intercultural Learning for the Year Abroad - Theory and Practice (5 credits)
or
¹GE2902 Political and Social Culture since 1945 (5 credits)
GE2113 Novelle und Kurzprosa (5 credits)
GE2126 German Literature from 18th to 21st Century (5 credits)
GE2130 Constructing and Deconstructing German National Identity: Key Texts in the Development, Expression and Modification of an Idea (5 credits)
GE2131 German Business and Culture Today: Theory and Practice (5 credits)
GE2150 Memory and Identity in Contemporary Generational Narratives (5 credits)

Note: ¹Students may take either GE2106 or GE2902. GE2106 and GE2902 cannot be taken together.


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

IT2101 Intermediate Italian Language (10 credits)
IT2102 The Language of the Italian Media (5 credits)

and modules to the value of 10 credits to be taken from the following:

IT2304 Primo Levi: the Survivor and His Work (5 credits)
IT2306 Italo Calvino and the Interpretation of Reality (5 credits)
IT2309 Italian Crime Narratives (5 credits)
IT2310 Issues in Contemporary Italian Society through Film and Documentaries (5 credits)
IT2311 New Italians: Race, Identity and Memory in Contemporary Literature (5 credits)

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

Hispanic Studies

HS2007 Dissertation (5 credits)
HS2008
Business, Culture and Society in the Hispanic and Lusophone Worlds (5 credits)
¹HS2101 Second Year Spanish Language Course (Ex-Beginners) (10 credits)
or
¹HS2102 Second Year Spanish Language Course (Ex-Non-Beginners) (10 credits)

and modules to the value of 5 credits to be taken from the following:

HS2006 Culture and Society in the Spanish Golden Age: An Introduction (5 credits)
HS2009
Contemporary Writing from Spain (5 credits)
HS2011
Contemporary Hispanic Theatre (5 credits)
HS2013 Iberian Identities (5 credits)
HS2014 Understanding Latin America (5 credits)
HS2017 Basque Cultural Studies (5 credits)
HS2018
Basque Language and Culture II (5 credits)
HS2019
Basque Language and Culture I (5 credits)
HS2022 Catalan Language and Culture I (5 credits)
HS2023 Catalan Language and Culture II (5 credits)
HS2024 Galician Language and Culture I (5 credits)
HS2025 Galician Language and Culture II (5 credits)
HS2026 Linguistic Aspects of Spanish (5 credits)
HS2044 Art and Visual Culture of the Spanish Golden Age (5 credits)
HS2046 US Hispanic Fiction: Latino Writers in Focus (5 credits)
HS2057 Cinema and Identity in Spain and Latin America (5 credits)
PU2020 Portuguese Beginners Language (5 credits)
PU2203 Cultural Identity in the Lusophone (Portuguese Speaking) World (5 credits)

Note:


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

Irish

GA2001 Úsáid agus Cruinneas na Gaeilge I (10 credits)

and modules to the value of 15 credits to be taken from the following:

GA2003 Filíocht na hOchtú hAoise Déag (5 credits)
GA2012 Prós na Seachtú hAoise Déag (5 credits)
GA2013 Léann agus Lámhscríbhinní na Gaeilge (5 credits)
GA2014 Logainmníocht na Gaeilge (5 credits)
GA2016 Dialanna na Gaeilge (5 credits)
GA2019 Cineálacha Scéalaíochta: An Litríocht Bhéil agus an Gearrscéal Liteartha (5 credits)
GA2023 Foghraíocht na Gaeilge (5 credits)
GA2024 An Ghaeltacht (5 credits)
GA2026 Iriseoireacht na Gaeilge (5 credits)
GA2027 Craoltóireacht na Gaeilge (5 credits)

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

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

Examinations
Full details of regulations governing Examinations for each programme will be contained in the Marks and Standards 2019 Book, and for each module in the Book of Modules, 2018/2019.

Three Year Rule
Students must pass the Second University Examination in Commerce (International) within three academic years from the date of first registration for Second Year. Failure to comply with this rule would mean that the student would be ineligible to proceed further with his/her studies. Exceptions to this rule may be granted by the School of Business, only for very serious reasons.

In addition to the General Regulations for passing Second Year the following Special Requirements for Languages apply: French: To progress to Year Three of the BComm (Hons) (International) with French, students must pass module FR2103 (10 credits); German: To progress to Year Three of the BComm (Hons) (International) with German, students must pass module GE2801 (10 credits); Italian: To progress to Year Three of the BComm (Hons) (International) with Italian, students must pass module IT2101 (10 credits); Hispanic Studies: To progress to Year Three of the BComm (Hons) (International) with Hispanic Studies, students must pass module HS2101 or HS2102 (10 credits); Irish: To progress to Year Three of the BComm (Hons) (International) with Irish, students must pass module GA2001 (10 credits).

Year Abroad Students (i.e. students taking French or German or Italian or Hispanic Studies or Irish language students who opt to spend the year at the University of Aberdeen or University of Edinburgh):

This year is spent pursuing approved programmes of study in a country of the student's major continental language. Programmes taken will be validated by the host institution. To fulfil requirements for the successful completion of this year, a student must achieve a pass standard, as applied by the host institution, on a set of courses approved by the School of Business, UCC. Marks shall be submitted to the Autumn Examination Board, UCC with a Supplemental Board in Winter. Failed elements of continuous assessment must be re-submitted. Where failed elements are re-submitted, a student will continue his or her studies subject to passing the winter examination board.

German Language Students

Students must spend the third year abroad which consists of two semesters (one academic year) at a partner university in Germany or Austria (60 credits). In some cases students may be able to opt for a work placement at the discretion of the programme director. In this case the year abroad would consist of one academic semester at a partner university in Semester 1 (comprising 30 credits), followed by an approved work placement in Germany or Austria (comprising 30 credits, see GE3309 German Work Placement (20 credits) and GE3310 German Work Placement Oral Presentation (10 credits) which are compulsory modules for the work placement).

Irrespective of whether students spend two semesters at a partner university, or one semester at university together with a work placement, the Year Abroad must amount to 60 credits overall. Marks shall be submitted to the Autumn Examination Board, UCC.

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

Irish Language Students

Students will be required to spend a period in internship and complete the following modules to the value of 60 credits:

GA3040 Placement I (20 credits)
GA3041
Oral Presentation (10 credits)
GA3042
Work Placement Project (20 credits)
GA3043
Tionscnamh Gaeilge (10 credits)

Irish language students may spend this year pursuing approved programmes of study at the University of Aberdeen or the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. It is important to note that a maximum of four places are available under this option. Students interested in availing the Scottish option will indicate their interest by the last Friday in February of their Second Year. Should more than four students indicate an interest, the places will be allocated by random selection.

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

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

Spanish Language Students

Students may opt to:

1. Attend a full academic year in a host university;
OR
2. Attend university and undertake a work placement.

Option 1
Students taking option 1 (full academic year) may:

take an academic placement worth 60 credits at the host institution
OR
take an academic placement worth 50 credits at the host institution and the online Spanish module HS3012 (10 credits).

Option 2
Students taking option 2 (attend university and undertake a work placement) must complete the International Work Placement module HS3011 (15 credits) and the online Spanish module HS3012 (10 credits), combined with an academic placement at university worth 35 credits.

In both cases, modules to the value of 60 credits must be taken.

Module Semester Information may be found here. Module Descriptions may be found here.
Examinations
Marks will be submitted to the Autumn Examination Board, UCC with a Supplemental Board in Winter. In the case of students of Irish who opt for internship, marks are submitted to the Summer Examination Board. Full details of regulations governing Examinations for each programme will be contained in the Marks and Standards 2019 Book, and for each module in the Book of Modules, 2018/2019.

Three Year Rule
Students must pass the Third University Examination in Commerce (International) within three academic years from the date of first registration for Third Year. Failure to comply with this rule would mean that the student would be ineligible to proceed further with his/her studies. Exceptions to this rule may be granted by the School of Business, only for very serious reasons.

No student may register for the Fourth Year programme of study until they have successfully completed the Third Year of the programme. To be admitted to the BComm (Hons) (International) Degree Examination, a student must have satisfactorily attended prescribed modules to the value of 60 credits as follows:

Modules of not less than 25 credits to be taken from the chosen Language as follows:

French

¹FR4101 Advanced Use of French (10 credits)

and modules to the value of 15 credits to be taken from the following:

FR4201 Literary Seminar II (5 credits)
FR4202 Structure and Varieties of Contemporary French (5 credits)
FR4306 France and Algeria: National Identity and the Burden of Memory (5 credits)
FR4307 Literary Studies: The Contemporary French Theatre (5 credits)
FR4310 Contemporary Caribbean Culture (5 credits)
FR4407 Advanced Professional Translation: Projects in Specialist Translation with Interpreting (5 credits)
FR4409 Mediation and Cultural Transfer between English and French Texts (5 credits)
FR4803 France at the Flicks: The Changing Face of French Cinema (5 credits)

Note: ¹ Students must pass FR4101 (10 credits)

or

German

¹GE3801 Advanced Integrated German Language Course for BComm Students (10 credits)
GE3807 Commercial Language: German (5 credits)

and modules to the value of 10 credits to be taken from the following:

GE3103Linguistik II (5 credits)
GE3108
Teaching German as a Foreign Language (5 credits)
GE3126 German Film in Focus: A thematic Approach (5 credits)
GE3137 Interpreting Heinrich von Kleist's Prose Fiction (5 credits)
GE3139 German Irish Relations: Past and Present (5 credits)
GE3142 Nietzsche fur Alle und Keinen: The Philosopher as Artist (5 credits)
GE3150 Living Rooms, Houses, Woods, Rivers, Villages and Cities: Fiction and Topographies (5 credits)
GE3151 Loneliness with a Trilling 'R': Migration, Multilingualism and Literature (5 credits)
GE3902 Language and Interpretation (5 credits)
GE3904 The Double Face of Germany: Representing the Holocaust (5 credits)
GE4002 Introduction to Translation Theory and Industry (5 credits)
LL3102
European Cultural Identities 2: Cultural Capitals (5 credits)

Note:¹ Students must pass GE3801 Advanced Integrated German Language Course for BComm Students.

Italian

¹IT3101 Advanced Italian Language (10 credits)
IT3103 Business Italian (5 credits)
IT3110 Introduction to Translation (Italian to English) (5 credits)

and one module to the value of 5 credits to be taken from the following:

IT3205 Dante, Inferno (5 credits)
IT3307 Italian Women Writers (5 credits)
IT3310 Futurism: Word and Image (5 credits)
IT3312 Italian Contributions to European Culture (5 credits)
IT3314 Imagined Histories: The Historical Novel in Italian (5 credits)
IT3315 Italian Foodways: Culture, History, Identity (5 credits)
IT3316 Dante's Commedia: The Poetic Path to Paradise (5 credits)
IT3317 Cinematic representation of the anni di piombo (5 credits)

Note: ¹ Students must pass IT3101 (10 credits)

or

Hispanic Studies

¹HS3001 Final Year Spanish Language (10 credits)

and modules to the value of 15 credits to be taken from the following:

HS3004 Translating Business, Culture and Society in the Hispanic World (5 credits)
HS3005 History and Society in Spanish Literature (5 credits)
HS3007 Aspects of Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language (5 credits)
HS3008 Linguistic Aspects of Spanish as a Global Language (5 credits)*
²HS3018 Basque Language III (5 credits)
HS3019
Basque Cultural Studies II (5 credits)
²HS3022 Catalan Language III (5 credits)
HS3023 Catalan Cultural Studies (5 credits)
²HS3024 Galician Language II (5 credits)
HS3025 Galician Cultural Studies (5 credits)
HS3031 Truth and Fiction in Cervantes's 'Novelas Ejemplares' (5 credits)
HS3044 Spanish Golden Age Drama (5 credits)
HS3054 Gender, Violence and Power on the US-Mexico Border (5 credits)
HS3058 Latin American Human Rights in an Historical and Cultural Context (5 credits)
²HS3123 Catalan Language IV (5 credits)
LL3102 European Cultural Capitals (5 credits)
²PU3020
Portuguese Language II (5 credits)

Notes:

or

Irish

¹GA3001 Úsáid agus Cruinneas na Gaeilge (10 credits)

and modules to the value of 15 credits to be taken from the following:

GA3002 Litríocht na Gaeltachta i gCúige Mumhan (5 credits)
GA3003 Filíocht na Seachtú hAoise Déag (5 credits)
GA3004
Nua-fhilíocht na Gaeilge (5 credits)
GA3007 Scéalaíocht na Nua-Ghaeilge (5 credits)
GA3008 An tÚrscéal sa Ghaeilge (5 credits)
GA3016 Filíocht na Nua-Ghaeilge Luaithe (5 credits)
GA3017 Léamh agus Litriú na Gaeilge (5 credits)
GA3022 Litreacha na Gaeilge (5 credits)
GA3023 Fóneolaíocht na Gaeilge (5 credits)
GA3024 Tionscnamh Taighde (5 credits)

Note: ¹Students must pass GA3001 (10 credits)

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

and modules to the value of 35 credits to be taken from any of the following modules:

Elective Subject Groups

Accounting, Finance and Information Systems Subject Group
AC4406 Accounting in Business (5 credits)
AC4407 Financial Reporting 1 (5 credits)
AC4408 Financial Reporting 2 (5 credits)
IS3302 Electronic Business Foundations (5 credits)
IS3303 Electronic Business (5 credits)
IS4443 Principles of Web Design for Business (5 credits)
IS4444 Introduction to Web Development for Business (5 credits)

Business Economics Subject Group
¹EC2204
Business Microeconomics 1 (5 credits)
¹EC2205 Business Microeconomics 2 (5 credits)
²EC2214 The Macroeconomic Environment in the Short term (5 credits)
²EC2215 The Macroeconomic Environment in the Long Term (5 credits)
EC4171 Economic Integration in Europe (5 credits)
EC4206 Incentives in Firms (5 credits)
EC4207 Firm Organisation and Behaviour (5 credits)
EC4209 Government and the Macroeconomy (5 credits)
EC4210 Government and Business (5 credits)
EC4211 Economics of the Labour Market (5 credits)
EC4212 Economics of Human Resources (5 credits)
EC4215 Business Econometrics 1 (5 credits)
EC4216 Business Econometrics 2 (5 credits)
EC4220 Economics of Strategic Behaviour (5 credits)

Note:


Food Business and Development Subject Group
FE4002 Global Food Policy (5 credits)
FE4008 Food Security and the Developing World (5 credits)
FE4009 Co-operative Business and the Rural Economy (5 credits)
FE4205 Consumer Behaviour in Food Markets (5 credits)
FE4206
International Food Retail Marketing (5 credits)
FE4207
Global Food Supply Chain Management (5 credits)
FE4405 Food Choice Analysis (5 credits)
FE4412 Sustainable Development: Food, Natural Resources and Gender (10 credits)
FE4414 Co-operative Banking (5 credits)
FE4415 Research Project and Analytical Skills (10 credits)
FE4416 Rural Development Policy (5 credits)
FE4450 European Food Business (5 credits)

Government Subject Group
GV2239 Chinese Politics (5 credits)
GV3215 Politics of the United States of America (5 credits)
GV4401 Global Governance (5 credits)
GV4409 Political Ideologies and Social Change (5 credits)
GV4410 Democracy: Theories and Innovations (5 credits)
GV4412 Public Finance - Taxation (5 credits)
GV4413 Public Finance - Public Expenditure (5 credits)
GV4414 Contemporary Debates in Ireland (5 credits)
GV4415 Contemporary Debates in the EU (5 credits)

Law Subject Group
LW2100 Constitutional and Institutional Law of the European Union (5 credits)
LW2102 Economic Law of the European Union (5 credits)
LW2205 Commercial Law: The Law of Sale and Agency (5 credits)
LW2206 Commercial Law: Intellectual Property Law and Finance (5 credits)
LW2263 Law of Public Administration (5 credits)
LW2264 Administrative Law: Grounds of Judicial Review (5 credits)
LW2269 Privacy and Data Protection Law (5 credits)
LW2270 Intellectual Property and Cybercrime in a Digital World (5 credits)
LW3301 Employment Law: Contract, Rights and Termination (5 credits)
LW3302 Employment Law: Employee Protection, Equality and Industrial Relations (5 credits)
LW3311 Company Law (10 credits)
LW3316 Financial Services: Law and Regulation (5 credits)
LW3317 Banking Law (5 credits)
LW3368 Principles of Revenue Law (5 credits)
LW3369 Income Tax Law (5 credits)

Management and Marketing Subject Group
MG2001 People and Organisation (5 credits)
MG2007 Enterprise Planning and Processes (5 credits)
MG3013 Marketing Communications (5 credits)
MG3014 Social Media Marketing Project (5 credits)
MG3019 Business Ethics (5 credits)
MG4004 Project Management (5 credits)
MG4018
Management/Marketing Research Project (10 credits)
MG4032
Creative Design and Innovation (10 credits)
MG4034 Entrepreneurial Business Start-Ups (5 credits)
MG4035 Strategic Marketing (5 credits)
MG4036 Strategic Management (5 credits)
MG4037 Operations Management (5 credits)
MG4040
Relationship Marketing (5 credits)
MG4041 Business Networks (5 credits)
MG4042 International Brand Strategy (5 credits)
MG4043 International Marketing Environment (5 credits)
MG4044 Current Issues in Marketing (5 credits)
MG4045 Marketing and Society (5 credits)
MG4048 Digital Marketing (5 credits)

Mathematics and Statistics Subject Group
MA2200 Introductory Mathematics for Business II (5 credits)
or
MA3301 Multivariable Calculus and Optimisation (5 credits)
MA4402 Game Theory and Linear Algebra (5 credits)
ST2200 Methods of Business Statistics (5 credits)
ST3300 Data Analysis I (5 credits)
ST4400 Data Analysis II (5 credits)
ST4401 Introduction to Operations Research (5 credits)
ST4402 Modelling and Systems for Decision Making (5 credits)

French

Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.
German
Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.
Italian
Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.
Hispanic Studies
Module Semester Information may be found here. Module descriptions may be found here.
Irish
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 2019 Book, and for each module in the Book of Modules, 2018/2019.

Three Year Rule
Students must pass the BComm (Hons) (International) Degree Examination within three academic years from the date of first registration for Fourth Year. Failure to comply with this rule would mean that the student would be ineligible to proceed further with his/her studies. Exceptions to this rule may be granted by the School of Business, only for very serious reasons.

Programme Learning Outcomes for BComm (Hons) International with French (NFQ Level 8, Major Award)
On successful completion of this programme, students should be able to:

Programme Learning Outcomes for BComm (Hons) International with German (NFQ Level 8, Major Award)
On successful completion of this programme, students should be able to:

Programme Learning Outcomes for BComm (Hons) International with Italian (NFQ Level 8, Major Award)
On successful completion of this programme, students should be able to:

Programme Learning Outcomes for BComm (Hons) International with Hispanic Studies (NFQ Level 8, Major Award)
On successful completion of this programme, students should be able to:

Programme Learning Outcomes for BComm (Hons) International with Irish (NFQ Level 8, Major Award)
On successful completion of this programme, students should be able to:


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