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UCD Arts & HumanitiesUndergraduate Courses 2018

DN530 BA Humanities

DN520 BA Arts (Two Subjects)

DN541 BA Modern Languages

IRELAND’S GLOBAL UNIVERSITYUniversity College Dublin NO.1 IN IRELAND FOR 40 SUBJECTS

– QS UNIVERSITY RANKINGS 2017

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Welcome to UCD Arts and Humanities

UCD Campus Tours available all year!

Irish Times Higher Options, RDS – 13-15 September 2017

UCD Open Day, UCD – 4 November 2017

UCD Arts and Humanities Open Evening, UCD – 16 November 2017

Mature Student Information Evening, UCD – 9 January 2018

6th Year Open Evening, UCD – 17 February 2018

5th Year Summer School Week, UCD – 5-8 June 2018

We look forward to meeting you!

Keep up to date on the latest new events and information. Register now with myucd.ie

@HumanitiesUCD

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Introduction 2

Welcome 5

Study Abroad 6

Internships 8

Career Opportunities 10

Graduate Study 12

Entry Routes 15

DN520 BA Arts (Two Subjects) 16

Art History 18

Celtic Civilisation 19

Classics 20

Drama Studies 23

English 24

Film Studies 25

French 26

German 27

History 28

Irish 29

Irish Folklore 30

Irish Studies 31

Italian 32

Linguistics 33

Music 34

Spanish 35

DN530 BA Humanities 36

Celtic Studies, Art History & History 37

Classics, Art History & Archaeology 38

Classics, English & History 39

English Literature 40

English with Creative Writing 41

English, Drama & Film 42

English, European & World Literatures 43

Languages, Linguistics & Cultures 44

Music, Film & Drama 45

DN541 BA Modern Languages 46

Modern Languages 47

Applying to UCD 48

Scholarships and Grants 50

Why UCD?

World-class education on a state of the art campus

in QS World University Rankings

Excellent Job Prospects

of recently surveyed honours degree students entered employment or graduate study within 9 months of leaving UCD.

92.5%

400UCD has over

global exchange partners and offer students opportunities to study in Asia, Australia, North and South America

Top 1%

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#1 in Ireland for 40 Subjects

One of Europe’s Most Vibrant Capital CitiesLocated just 5km from Dublin City Centre, UCD Is a leafy state-of-the-art campus with woodland walks, attractive lakes, beautiful art and stunning architecture.

150UCD offers a choice of over

clubs and societies, a cinema, student residences, unrivalled sports facilities and a 50-metre swimming pool

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If you want to understand and explain the world around you, and if you are interested in evaluating evidence, in weighing up arguments and in being creative, our Arts & Humanities degrees are designed for you. Our degrees develop deep understanding of people, societies and cultures, past and present.

We challenge students to consider new perspectives and new ways of approaching problems and ideas. Our graduates are equipped with transferable skills for employment and are recognised for their achievements in business, the media, education, administration, public service and the arts.

Why Arts and Humanities in UCD?

UCD Arts and Humanities is #1 in Ireland (QS World Ranking).

UCD has the widest range of subjects and options in Ireland with an unrivalled choice: three distinctive entry routes into UCD Arts and Humanities.

Largest Arts & Humanities College in Ireland World Class Academics

World class academic teachers and researchers, renowned nationally and abroad, attracting students from 120 countries around the world.

Development & Promotion

Vibrant dynamic learning environment where creative, critical and analytical thinking is developed and promoted.

English ranked in the top 45 around the world [QS World Ranking].

English # 45 World Rank

History and Modern Languages ranked in top 100 around the world (QS World Ranking).

Top 100 World Rank

English ranked #45 in the World QS University RankingsHistory and Modern Languages ranked in top 100

Leading Internationally:

#1 National Rank

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Welcome

The UCD College of Arts and Humanities provides a focused and creative environment in which to study an unrivalled range of subjects within a beautiful and sustainable campus setting.

Across the three distinctive entry routes into UCD Arts and Humanities, the College is committed to providing a world-class learning environment for undergraduate students. Our dedicated academic staff are renowned for their excellence in research and commitment to cross-disciplinary teaching, helping students to thrive academically.

UCD Arts and Humanities graduates can progress to a wide variety of further study or conversion courses. Our graduates have strong creative, linguistic and critical thinking skills as well as an innate research-based approach to problem-solving. These skills are much sought after by employers in the rapidly changing jobs’ market. Our graduates are recognised for their achievements in business, the media, education and the arts both in Ireland and internationally.

We look forward to welcoming you to the College of Arts and Humanities. In the meantime, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us via [email protected].

Professor Sarah Prescott College Principal

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UCD Arts and Humanities is your passport to studying abroad with one of the 400 exchange partners across our global university network.

Studying abroad presents a unique opportunity for interested UCD Arts and Humanities students. You can continue to study your chosen subjects, while at the same time enjoy the benefits of immersion in the language, literature and culture of your host country.

The experience has transformed the lives of generations of UCD students. Each of our degrees allows students the chance to study abroad for a semester or a year.

Study Abroad: Open Up Your World

College of Arts and Humanities students can live and study in universities in more than 25 countries, including:

Australia Iceland

Austria Italy

Belgium Japan

Brazil Korea

Canada Malta

Chile Netherlands

China New Zealand

Cyprus Norway

Denmark Singapore

Finland Spain

France Sweden

Germany Switzerland

HungaryUnited

Kingdom

United States

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DN520 BA Arts [Two Subject]:

Year-abroad study is optional. Students can apply for a year abroad in a partner university. They extend their degree from three to four years and are awarded a BA (International) degree.

DN530 BA Humanities:

Students may apply for a semester abroad in one of our partner universities during the third year of their degree programme. Students taking English, European and World Literature have a built-in year-long programme abroad

DN541 BA Modern Languages:

All students take year 3 abroad.

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Students enrolled on the BA Humanities four-year degree may apply for a one-semester internship in the third year of their programme. UCD College of Arts and Humanities will offer internships across a wide spectrum of industries, including government, NGOs; media, creative industry and cultural institutions.

These internships will be supported by a pre-placement work-preparation module and will allow students to gain invaluable work experience in an environment relevant to their degree subjects.

As well as giving students workplace experience, the internships will help students establish a network of relationships, enhance their core skills, deepen their understanding of the wider world and inform future career choices.

Arts and Humanities Internships

Adaptability and flexibility in relation to the demands and expectations of different working environments

A broader understanding of the social, cultural and economic demands of the workplace

A structured way to acquire practical knowledge and insight into area of study

Acquisition of key communication, cognitive and professional skills

Enhanced understanding of potential future career options

Enhanced organisational skills

Personal development and enhanced self-confidence in the workplace

Relationship with potential future employers

Benefits of Internships to Arts and Humanities students

Students on the four-year BA Humanities programme who apply to do an internship in the second semester of their third year will benefit in many ways.

Opportunity to apply research-based problem solving in the practical context of the work place.

Ability to apply skills and learning in a practical environment

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UCD Arts and Humanities graduates have core skills that employers need in the rapidly changing jobs’ market. Our graduates are flexible and creative with strong linguistic and communication skills as well as a research-based approached to problem solving.

Our Alumni are recognized for their achievements in business, the media, education and the arts around the world

Arts and Humanities Career Opportunities

Education & Careers

Government

Business

University Lecturer

Teaching

Recruitment

Foreign Affairs

Arts Administration

Arts Administration

FinanceManagement Consultancy

IT

LawSalesResearchHuman Resources

Arts Administration

Cultural Institutions

Heritage Management

Politics Public Affairs

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Publishing

Languages

Interpreting Speech Therapy

Translation Journalism

Broadcasting

Media

Creative Industries

Film Advertising

Arts Administration

UCD College of Arts and Humanities works with the University’s Career Development Centre to enhance the professional development of our students. The Career Development Centre continues to support UCD Arts and Humanities graduates through their early career

For more information, see www.ucd.ie/careers.

Teaching MusicPublic

RelationsTeaching Archives

Theatre Media MarketingDigital

Marketing

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The creative and critical thinking acquired by UCD Arts and Humanities graduates enables access to a broad range of postgraduate degrees and conversion courses. Some graduates will specialise in the subjects they pursued for their undergraduate degrees, while others convert to a new discipline.

For those who wish to continue their postgraduate study in UCD, the breadth of courses offered coupled with our excellence in research make it the preferred destination.

Arts and Humanities Graduate Study

UCD College of Arts and Humanities Postgraduate courses

MSc Management MSc Digital Marketing Masters in Common Law

MSc International Management MSc Digital Curation MSc Computer Science

MSc Marketing MSc Education Graduate Entry Medicine

Conversion Courses in new disciplines include:

Graduate Diploma Cultural Policy and Arts Management

Graduate Diploma ClassicsGraduate Diploma Scríobh agus Cumarsáid na Gaeilge

Graduate Diploma American Politics and Foreign Politics

Graduate Diploma HistoryGraduate Diploma Applied

Linguistics

Graduate Diploma American Studies

Graduate Diploma Irish Folklore and Ethnology

Graduate Diploma Linguistics

Graduate Diploma Media and International Conflict

Graduate Diploma sa Nua-Ghaeilge

Graduate Diploma Modern Languages

Graduate Diplomas:

MA American Studies MA European History (UNICA) MA Linguistics

MA American Policy and Foreign Policy

MA European, Regional and Minority Cultures

MA Media and International Conflict

MA Anglo-Irish Literature and Drama

MA Film StudiesMA Medieval Language

and Literature

MA Applied Linguistics MA History MA Medieval Studies

MA Art History, Collections and Curating

MA History of Welfare and Medicine in Society

MA Modern Languages

MA Classics MA International War Studies (Dual Degree)

MA Nua-Gaeilge

MA Cultural Policy and Arts Management

MA Irish Folklore and Ethnology (Pathway Programme)

MA Public History

MA Drama and Performance Studies

MA Irish Studies Master of Musicology

MA Scríobh agus Cumarsáid na Gaeilge

MA in American Literature MA in Gender, Sexuality and Culture

MA in Modern and Contemporary Literature

MA in Renaissance Literature and Culture

Master of Arts:

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Master of Literature (MLitt)

Research Graduate Degrees:

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DN520 BA Arts (Two Subjects)

∫ Three-year course

∫ Freedom to study unrivalled range of subjects

∫ Excellent foundation for further studies and career options

DN530 BA Humanities

∫ Four-year course

∫ Nine options available

∫ Innovative, interdisciplinary, multi-subject programmes

∫ Study abroad, internship and research in years three and four

DN541 BA Modern Languages

∫ Four-year multilingual course

∫ Study a minimum of two languages within a multicultural environment

∫ Study abroad in year three

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Entry Routes to UCD Arts and Humanities

The UCD College of Arts and Humanities offers the widest range of Arts and Humanities courses available in Ireland.

You will study in a vibrant dynamic environment where creative thinking and analytical thinking are promoted and developed. In addition to the in-depth knowledge you will gain across subject area(s), our broad humanistic ethos will enable you to develop a diverse range of critical skills. These include:

∫ A creative mindset ∫ Excellent written and verbal

communication ∫ Collaboration and innovation ∫ Cross-cultural & multi-linguistic

understanding

∫ Effective research techniques ∫ Content analysis ∫ Depth and breadth of historical

knowledge ∫ Flexibility and empathy

This three-year programme gives you the opportunity and freedom to study an unrivalled range of arts, humanities and social sciences subjects. You can choose from many popular subject combinations in this long-established and internationally recognised degree, which provides an excellent foundation for a range of career options. You will build a unique skill set in research, digital expertise, scholarship, and critical inquiry, coupled with the ability to use these skills to pursue and evaluate knowledge and to communicate effectively.

DN520 BA Arts (Two Subjects)

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BA Arts (Two Subjects)

This programme is taught by our world-class academics and allows you to specialise in your chosen subjects so that you can embark on a wide range of future careers, postgraduate opportunities and professional work.

Select your subjects

Indicate on your CAO form the two subjects you wish to study. Find out which you can combine in the grid below. Choose one subject from the first column and a second subject from the top row, from either the ‘JOINT MAJOR’ or ‘MINOR’ tables. Please note that in a Joint Major degree (for example, History and English), students take an equal number of modules in both subjects. In a Major/Minor degree (for example, French with Film Studies), students take more modules in their Major subject (e.g. French).

Year 1

Study your two chosen subjects and develop your range of options by choosing a third subject from the extensive range available.

At the end of First Year, you will receive advice and support in finalising your two subject choices before you move into Second Year.

If you are studying History or Music, you may transfer from a Joint Major degree to a Single Subject degree after Year 1.

Years 2 & 3 Study your two chosen subjects to degree level.

Optional International Study Abroad

UCD offers many opportunities for you to study abroad in one of our prestigious partner universities across the world.

You can choose to spend an additional year abroad and then graduate with a four-year BA International Degree.

OR

Convert your BA into an MA by taking a one-year course at one of our top ranking schools. See relevant subject pages to view the MA course options.

You can also study selected Arts & Humanities subjects as part of a degree in Social Sciences. Visit myucd.ie to find out more.

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Studying UCD Art History

Popular Joint Major subject combinations include English, History & French.

Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Refine Your Knowledge

DN520 BA Arts

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

MA in Art History

MA in Cultural Policy & Arts Management

Research Based Programmes

MLitt

PhD

Museums & Galleries

Cultural & Heritage Sector

Education & Academia

Media, Journalism & Publishing

Auction Houses

Archives

Management Consultancy

Business

Finance

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

MSc Digital Curation

MSc Information Systems

Suggested UCD Societies

Draw Soc History Society

Archaeological Society

At the end of second year, convert your degree to a BA (Honours) International by spending a year at one of our partner universities in Austria, France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, the UK, the USA, New Zealand, and Japan. Further information on international exchanges is available at www.ucd.ie/myucd/exchanges and information on Erasmus exchanges available from the School of Art History & Cultural Policy.

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

Tools of Art HistoryEuropean Art 1:

Giotto to Michelangelo

Art and the Modern WorldEuropean Art 2:

Caravaggio to Turner

Writings on Art Seminar Module – e.g. Decorative Arts

Dissertation Module Georgian Dublin

Themes in Contemporary Art Spanish Art

Irish Painting 1640-1940 Modernism: Art and Utopia

Modern ArchitectureArt & Architecture of

Classical Antiquity

Studies in Irish Painting Studies in Antiquity

BA (Honours)

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Studying UCD Celtic Civilisation

Popular Joint Major subject combinations include History, Greek and Roman Civilisation, Irish Folklore, English & Art History.

Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Refine Your Knowledge

DN520 BA Arts

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

MA in Irish Folklore

Research Based Programmes

MLitt

PhD

Heritage

Research

The Media

Business

Lexicography

Education

Management Consultancy

Finance

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

MCL in Law

MSc in Computer Science

Masters in Library & Information Studies

MSc Digital Curation

Suggested UCD Societies

History Society Classical Society

Archaeological Society

At the end of second year, convert your degree to a BA (Honours) International by spending a year at one of our partner universities in Norway or Wales. Further information on international exchanges is available at www.ucd.ie/myucd/exchanges and information on Erasmus exchanges available from the School of Irish, Celtic Studies & Folklore.

The Pagan Celts and their Insular Inheritance

Introduction to Celtic Civilisation

The British Celts Vikings in the Celtic World

Introduction to Early Irish Introduction to Welsh

Celticity: Who are the Celts? Hero Tales

Folk Religion and Belief Social Life and Legend

Music and Words: Identity in the Irish Context

Kings and Heroes of Early Ireland

Poets, Power and Performance Material Culture

The Study of Folklore: Origins and Development

Beginning Breton

Intermediate Welsh Fortunes of the Celtic Languages

BA (Honours)

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Studying UCD Classics: Greek & Roman Civilization

Popular Joint Major subject combinations include English, History & French.

Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Refine Your Knowledge

DN520 BA Arts

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

MA in Classics

Research Based Programmes

MLitt

PhD

Heritage

Research

The Media

Business

Public Relations

Public Service

Politics

Education

Management Consultancy

Finance

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

Msc Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

Masters in Library & Information Studies

MA Women, Gender & Society

Suggested UCD Societies

History Society Classical Society

Archaeological Society

At the end of second year, convert your degree to a BA (Honours) International by spending a year at one of our partner universities in Germany, France, Greece, Italy, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Australia or the USA. Further information on international exchanges is available at www.ucd.ie/myucd/exchanges and information on Erasmus exchanges available from the School of Classics.

Classical Greece Lost Cities of the Ancient World

The Age of AugustusWar and the Hero: The Epics

of Homer and Virgil

Magic in the Ancient World Pompeii

The Oedipus Myth Family Life in Ancient Greece

Eating and Drinking in Classical Antiquity

War and Peace in Roman Poetry

Greek Tragedy Greeks, Romans and Barbarians

Study Tour of Ancient Greece Hercules the Hero

The Early Roman Empire Alexander and his Successors

BA (Honours)

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Studying UCD Classics: Greek

Popular Joint Major subject combinations include English, Drama & Linguistics.

Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Refine Your Knowledge

DN520 BA Arts

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

MA in Classics

Research Based Programmes

MLitt

PhD

Heritage

Research

The Media

Business

Public Relations

Public Service

Politics

Education

Management Consultancy

Finance

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

MA Women, Gender & Society

MSc Digital Curation

Suggested UCD Societies

Classical Society History Society

English & Literary Society

At the end of second year, convert your degree to a BA (Honours) International by spending a year at one of our partner universities in Germany, France, Greece, Italy, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Australia or the USA. Further information on international exchanges is available at www.ucd.ie/myucd/exchanges and information on Erasmus exchanges available from the School of Classics.

Greek Language I

Greek Language II

Greek Texts: Epic

Greek Texts: Sophocles Greek Texts: Thucydides

Family Life in Ancient Greece The Oedipus Myth

Intermediate Greek

Greek Texts: Plato Greek Texts: Euripides

Greek Tragedy Alexander and his Successors

BA (Honours)

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Studying UCD Classics: Latin

Popular Joint Major subject combinations include Art History, French & Music.

Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Refine Your Knowledge

DN520 BA Arts

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

MA in Classics

Research Based Programmes

MLitt

PhD

Heritage

Research

The Media

Business

Public Relations

Public Service

Politics

Education

Management Consultancy

Finance

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

MA Women, Gender & Society

MSc Digital Curation

Suggested UCD Societies

Classical Society History Society

English & Literary Society

At the end of second year, convert your degree to a BA (Honours) International by spending a year at one of our partner universities in Germany, France, Greece, Italy, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Australia or the USA. Further information on international exchanges is available at www.ucd.ie/myucd/exchanges and information on Erasmus exchanges available from the School of Classics.

Beginners’ Latin I & II

Intermediate Latin

Virgil’s Aeneid Livy and the Origins of Rome

Satire and Society in Petronius’ Satryicon

Republic to Empire: Poetry of the Civil Wars

Pliny’s Natural History War and Peace in Roman Poetry

Intermediate Latin

Catullus Augustus: Res Gestae

Epic after Virgil The Early Roman Empire

BA (Honours)

OR

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Studying UCD Drama Studies

Popular Joint Major subject combinations include English, History & Music.

Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Refine Your Knowledge

DN520 BA Arts

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

MA in Drama and Performance Studies

MA in Writing for Theatre

MA in Theatre Practice with The Gaiety School of Acting

Teaching

Theatre Production

Artistic Direction and Production

Broadcasting and Journalism

Performance (Theatre/Film)

Writing for Theatre

Arts Management

Dramaturge

Literary Manager

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

Professional Masters in Education

Masters in Common Law

Graduate Entry Medicine

Suggested UCD Societies

Drama Society Music Society

Musical Society

At the end of second year, convert your degree to a BA (Honours) International by spending a year at one of our partner universities, including universities in: Germany, France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, USA, and New Zealand. Further information on international exchanges is available at www.ucd.ie/myucd/exchanges and information on Erasmus exchanges available from the School of English, Drama and Film.

The Theatrical Event: Case Studies in Making Theatre

Introduction to Physical Theatre

Theatre Context and Conventions

Contemporary Theatre and Performance

Educational Drama and Agusto Boal

Beckett in Performance The Drama of Brian Friel

Staging Texts Theatre of Martin McDonagh

Contemporary Ireland on Stage Performance in Everyday Life

Staging Performance: A Practical Approach

Early Irish Theatre Movement

Contemporary British Theatre 20th Century Drama

BA (Honours)

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Studying UCD English

Popular Joint Major subject combinations include History, Drama, French, Art History, Philosophy & Music.

Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Refine Your Knowledge

DN520 BA Arts

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

American Literature

Anglo-Irish Literature

Creative Writing

MA in Theatre Practice

Drama & Performance

Film Studies

Gender, Sexuality & Culture

Medieval Literature & Culture

Renaissance Literature & Culture

Modern & Contemporary Literature

Research Based Programmes

MLitt

PhD

Broadcasting & Journalism

Business / Finance

Civil Service

Law

Publishing

Public Relations

Teaching

Politics

Policymaking

Tourism

Management Consultancy Further information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing/Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

Professional Masters in Education

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

Masters in Library & Information Studies

MSc Digital Curation

Suggested UCD Societies

English & Literary Society UCD Student Media

L&H Society

At the end of second year, convert your degree to a BA (Honours) International by spending a year at one of our partner universities, including universities in: Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Canada, the USA, New Zealand. Further information on international exchanges is available at www.ucd.ie/myucd/exchanges and information on Erasmus exchanges available from the School of English, Drama & Film.

Literature in Context I Literature in Context II

Contemporary Irish WritingLiterary Genre: the Art of

Criticism and the Craft of Writing

The Art and Practice of Stagecraft The Body in Pain in Irish Culture

Time and Narrative in Anglo-Saxon England

Seamus Heaney and Modern Irish Poetry

Reading UlyssesYou can choose from over 40

option modules

Critical Theory Reading Medieval Literature

Reading the story of Ireland: Irish Literature in English

Renaissance Literature

Romanticism Twentieth-Century Drama

Modern American LiteratureFrom Victorian to Modern Literature,

1830 -1914

BA (Honours)

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Studying UCD Film Studies

Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Refine Your Knowledge

DN520 BA Arts

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

MA in Film Studies

Research Based Programmes

MLitt

PhD

Teaching

Film Production

Film Directing

Broadcasting and Journalism

Arts Management

Writing for Film

Design Production

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

Professional Masters in Education

MSc in Computer Science

MSc Digital Curation

Graduate Entry Medicine

Suggested UCD Societies

Film Society Drama SocietyMusical SocietyPerspectives on Film I Perspectives on Film II

Film AnimationWhiteness, Ethnicity and American Film

Contemporary Alternative Cinemas

Screen Comedy, Religion and Popular Culture

Transformation in European Cinema Irish Cinema and Television

Horror Cinema History of Television

Hollywood Documentary Film

BA (Honours)

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

At the end of second year, convert your degree to a BA (Honours) International by spending a year at one of our partner universities, including universities in: Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Canada, the USA, New Zealand. Further information on international exchanges is available at www.ucd.ie/myucd/exchanges and information on Erasmus exchanges available from the School of English, Drama & Film.

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Studying UCD French

Popular Joint Major subject combinations include English, Irish, Art History, Music & Spanish.

Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Refine Your Knowledge

DN520 BA Arts

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

Applied Linguistics

Modern Languages

Research Based Programmes

MLitt

PhD

International Business

International Relations

Public Relations

Interpreting and Translation

Journalism

Tourism

Education

Management Consultancy

Finance

Business

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

Professional Masters in Education

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

Suggested UCD Societies

French Society International Student Society

Spanish Society

At the end of second year, convert your degree to a BA (Honours) International by spending a year at one of our partner universities, including universities in: France, Switzerland, Belgium and Canada. Further information on international exchanges is available at www.ucd.ie/myucd/exchanges and information on Erasmus exchanges available from the School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics.

French Grammar & Comprehension French Grammar & Expression

Reading French Drama & Poetry Reading French Prose

Traduction et Dictée Expression Écrite et Orale

Literature of Quebec Diderot

Proust Research in French

Commerce et Contre-Culture Contemporary French Poetry

French Language II a: Grammaire et Syntaxe Françaises

French Language II b: Expression Française Écrite et Orale

17th Century French Tragedy Baudelaire

World War 2 in French Culture Versailles: Power, Politics & Spectacle

BA (Honours)

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Studying UCD German

Popular Joint Major subject combinations include English, Music & French.

Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Refine Your Knowledge

DN520 BA Arts

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

International Business

International Relations

Public Relations

Interpreting and Translation

Journalism

Tourism

Management Consultancy

Finance

Business

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

Suggested UCD Societies

German SocietyFrench Society

Spanish Society

At the end of second year, convert your degree to a BA (Honours) International by spending a year at one of our partner universities in Germany. Further information on international exchanges is available at www.ucd.ie/myucd/exchanges and information on Erasmus exchanges available from the School of Languages, Cultures & Linguistics.

German Language I a & German Language I b

German Beginners A & German Beginners B

Introduction to German LinguisticsReading German: Exploring the Text

German Language III a German Modernism

German Language III bGerman Prose Narratives Since

the Fall of the Wall

Research in German Youth and Cruelty

German Language II a & b OR Intensive German Ex-Beginners

Nineteenth Century German Literature

German-speaking Enlightenment

Grimms’ Tales and AdaptationsTranslating Contemporary Texts

English-German

BA (Honours)

OR

Applied Linguistics

Modern Languages

Research Based Programmes

MLitt

PhD

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

Professional Masters in Education

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Studying UCD History

Students can apply to the school to take a single honours degree in History. Popular Joint Major subject combinations include English, Political Studies, Greek & Roman Civilisation.

Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Refine Your Knowledge

DN520 BA Arts

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

History

Archives & Records management

Public History

Social & Cultural History of Medicine

MA in Medieval Studies

MA in Irish Studies

Research Based Programmes

MLitt

PhD in Archivistics

PhD in History

Broadcasting Journalism

Business / Finance

Civil Service

Law

Publishing

Public Relations

Teaching

Politics

Policymaking

Tourism

HeritageFurther information www.ucd.ie/career

MA Women, Gender & Society

MA in Geopolitics & the Global Economy

MSc in Criminology & Criminal Justice

MA/MSc Politics & International Relations

MA/MSc European Politics & Policymaking

MA/MSc Nationalism & Ethnic Conflict

Masters in Common Law

Professional Masters in Education

MSc Digital Curation

MSc Management/ International Management

Suggested UCD Societies

History SocietyClassical Society

Archaeological SocietyThe Making of Modern Europe:

1500-2000Creating History

Rome to RenaissanceFrom Union to Bailout: Imagining

Modern Ireland, 1800-the present

Pagans Rise, Fall, Rise of Modern Japan

Medicine, Culture and Society Orwell’s Twentieth Century

Slavery and the New WorldYou can choose from over 40

option modules

Islam and Christianity in the Middle Ages

20th Century War and Peace: International History 1914-1991

The French Revolution The Russian Revolution

Australia: From the Dreaming to Today

British Empire, 1495 - 1945

Early Modern Europe, 1450-1800 Modern America

BA (Honours)

At the end of second year, convert your degree to a BA (Honours) International by spending a year at one of our partner universities, including universities in: Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Norway, the USA and Australia. Further information on international exchanges is available at www.ucd.ie/myucd/exchanges and information on Erasmus exchanges available from the School of History.

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Studying UCD Irish

Popular Joint Major subject combinations include Geography, History, English, French & Music.

Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Refine Your Knowledge

DN520 BA Arts

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

MA sa Scríobh agus Cumarsáid na Gaeilge

MA sa Nua-Ghaeilge

Research Based Programmes

MLitt

PhD

Public Relations

Interpreting and Translation

Journalism

Tourism

Education

Management Consultancy

Business

Finance

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

Professional Masters in Education

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

Masters in Library & Information Studies

MSc Digital Curation

Suggested UCD Societies

An Cumann GaelachTrad Soc

At the end of second year, convert your degree to a BA (Honours) International by spending a year at one of our partner universities in Scotland and Canada. Further information on international exchanges is available at www.ucd.ie/myucd/exchanges and information on Erasmus exchanges is available from the School of Irish, Celtic Studies & Folklore.

Teanga na Gaeilge I Bunchloch na Gaeilge

Cúlra na Nualitríochta Scríbhneoireacht an lae inniu

Oidhreacht na Gaeilge Forbairt na Gaeilge Acadúla

Teanga na Gaeilge III Filíocht na Gaeilge 1600-1845

Scéalta Rómánsacha Teangeolaíocht na Gaeilge

An Ghaeilge ar an Scáileáin Prós Fada na Gaeilge

Léamh agus Scríobh na Gaeilge I Teanga na Gaeilge II

An Ghaeilge Chlasaiceach Gaeilge na hAlban

Gearrscéalaíocht na Gaeilge Iriseoireacht na Gaeilge

BA (Honours)

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Studying UCD Irish Folklore

Popular Joint Major subject combinations include Irish, English, History & Music.

Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Refine Your Knowledge

DN520 BA Arts

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

Irish Folklore and Ethnology

Research Based Programmes

MLitt

PhD

Heritage

Local Development Initiatives

Research

The Media

Irish Studies, Local Studies & Ethnic Studies

Education

Finance

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

Masters in Library & Information Studies

MSc Digital Curation

Suggested UCD Societies

History SocietyUCD Bord na Gaeilge

English and Literary Society

At the end of second year, convert your degree to a BA (Honours) International by spending a year at one of our partner universities in Europe, Canada and the USA. Further information on international exchanges is available at www.ucd.ie/myucd/exchanges and information on Erasmus exchanges available from the School of Irish, Celtic Studies & Folklore.

Introduction to Folklore

Traditional Storytelling: Tellers and Their Tales

Hero Tales Folk Religion and Belief

Textual Analysis of the Irish Oral Tradition

Calendar Custom

Folklore and Folkloristics Collectors of Song and Music

The Study of Folklore: Origins and Development

Material Culture

Social Life and Legend The Narrative Art

Healers and HealingMusic and Words: Identity in the

Irish Context

BA (Honours)

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Studying UCD Irish Studies

Popular Joint Major subject combinations include History, English, Modern Irish, Folklore, Art History & Music.

Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Refine Your Knowledge

DN520 BA Arts

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

MA in Irish Studies

MA in Anglo-Irish Literature

MA in Folklore and Ethnology

Research Based Programmes

MLitt

PhD

Heritage

Research

The Media

Public Relations

Public Service

Politics

Education

Finance

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

Professional Masters in Education

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

Masters in Library & Information Studies

MSc Digital Curation

Suggested UCD Societies

UCD Volunteers Overseas Archaeological Society

History Society

At the end of second year, convert your degree to a BA (Honours) International by spending a year at one of our partner universities in the UK, Canada and New Zealand. Further information on international exchanges is available at www.ucd.ie/myucd/exchanges

Introduction to Irish Studies

Introduction to Irish Cultural Studies

Irish Studies Text and Contexts Debates in History

Celticity: Who Are the Celts? Language, Literature and Society

Irish Medieval Art & Architecture Reading Ulysses

Irish Studies II: Place, People and Identities

Reading Irish Studies

Irish Literature in English Poets, Power and Performance

The Irish Experience Sociology of Gender

Nuafhilíocht na Gaeilge 1940

BA (Honours)

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Studying UCD Italian

Popular Joint Major subject combinations include Spanish, Art History, French, English & German.

Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Refine Your Knowledge

DN520 BA Arts

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

Suggested UCD Societies

Italian SocietyFrench Society

Spanish Society

At the end of second year, convert your degree to a BA (Honours) International by spending a year at one of our partner universities in Italy. Further information on international exchanges is available at www.ucd.ie/myucd/exchanges and information on Erasmus exchanges available from the School of Languages, Cultures & Linguistics.

Italian Language I a Making Italy

Italian Language I a (non-beginners) Italian Language I b

Italian Language III a Italian Language III b Italian through Cinema

Politics and Morals in Renaissance Italy

Italian Modernist Fiction Culture Under Fascism

Modern Italian LiteratureThe Story of Italian 2: Modern Age

and Today

Italian Language II a Italian Language II b

Structures for Italian Reading Italian Literature

Unifying the Italian Identity Medieval Italian Literature

Italian Short Stories

BA (Honours)

OR

Applied Linguistics

Modern Languages

Research Based Programmes

MLitt

PhD

International Business

International Relations

Public Relations

Interpreting and Translation

Journalism

Tourism

Education

Management Consultancy

Business

Finance

MSc Management

International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

Professional Masters in Education

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Studying UCD Linguistics

Popular Joint Major subject combinations include English, Spanish, Irish, French & German.

Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Refine Your Knowledge

DN520 BA Arts

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

MA in Linguistics

Research Based Programmes

MLitt

PhD

Speech and Language Therapy

Language Teaching

Editing and Publishing

Journalism

Business

Advertising

Software Development

Education

Management Consultancy

Finance

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

Masters in Library & Information Studies

MSc Digital Curation

MA/MSc Cognitive Science

Suggested UCD Societies

French SocietyGerman SocietySpanish Society

At the end of second year, convert your degree to a BA (Honours) International by spending a year at one of our partner universities in France, Spain, Canada, the USA and Japan. Further information on international exchanges is available at www.ucd.ie/myucd/exchanges and information on Erasmus exchanges available from the School of Languages, Cultures & Linguistics.

Phonology IIIMeaning 3: Representation

of Meaning

Language Impairment First Language Acquisition

Syntax III Sociolinguistics 3

Syntax II Sociolinguistics 2

Phonology II Meaning 2: Meaning in Language

Minority & Endangered Languages World Englishes

BA (Honours)

Language Acquisition and Language Disruption

Sounds in Language

Language Use and Communication Words and Sentences

Introduction to Linguistics

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Studying UCD Music

Students can apply to the School of Music to take a single honours degree in Music. Popular Joint Major subject combinations include English, Irish & French.

Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Refine Your Knowledge

DN520 BA Arts

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

Masters in Musicology

Research Based Programmes

MLitt

PhD

The Music Industry

Journalism

Media

Arts Administration

Music Education

Academia

Performance

Music Therapy

Education

Management Consultancy

Business / FinanceFurther information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

Suggested UCD Societies

Music Society Traditional Music Society

Film Society

At the end of second year, convert your degree to a BA (Honours) International by spending a year at one of our partner universities, including universities in: Germany, France, the Czech Republic, Canada, Japan, the USA. Further information on international exchanges is available at www.ucd.ie/myucd/exchanges and information on Erasmus exchanges available from the School of Music.

Music Theory & Musicianship I Music Theory & Musicianship II

Writing About Music Music, Culture and Society

Dissertation/Recital UCD Seminar in Musicology

Introduction to Conducting Sociology of Music

Musical Traditions of India Coming to Know Medieval Song

Music History Since 1750 Formal Analysis

Early Music History Music Theory and Musicianship 3

Studies in Irish Music Musics of the World

BA (Honours)

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Studying UCD Spanish

Popular Joint Major subject combinations include English, History, Art History, Italian & French.

Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Refine Your Knowledge

DN520 BA Arts

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

Suggested UCD Societies

Spanish SocietyItalian SocietyFrench Society

At the end of second year, convert your degree to a BA (Honours) International by spending a year at one of our partner universities in Spain, Portugal or South America. Further information on international exchanges is available at www.ucd.ie/myucd/exchanges and information on Erasmus exchanges available from the School of Languages, Cultures & Linguistics.

Spanish Language III a Spanish Language III b

Novel Under Franco Spanish Poetry 2

Latin American Literature II

Spanish Language II a or Spanish ex IIa

Spanish Language II b

Latin American Literature I Spanish Poetry 1

Modern Novel and Short Story

BA (Honours)

Intensive beginners Spanish Ia & Intensive ab initio Spanish Ib

Spanish Language I a & Spanish Language I b

Hispanic Cultures and Societies Reading Hispanic Texts

OR

Applied Linguistics

Modern Languages

Research Based Programmes

MLitt

PhD

International Business

International Relations

Public Relations

Interpreting and Translation

Journalism

Tourism

Education

Management Consultancy

Business

Finance

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

Professional Masters in Education

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

MSc Information Systems

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

The four-year BA Humanities’ innovative, interdisciplinary, multi-subject programmes provide coherence and depth to student learning within a carefully structured framework. We offer both intensive training in particular disciplines and unique skill sets that are developed through bringing together subjects that speak to and relate closely to each other.

Choose from our nine BA Humanities programmes:

Celtic Studies, Art History & History

English, European & World Literatures

Classics, Art History & Archaeology

English, Drama & Film

Classics, English & HistoryLanguages, Linguistics

& Cultures

English Literature Music, Film & Drama

English with Creative Writing

In addition, this degree gives you the option to apply for internship opportunities in Year 3 in different areas of employment from industry to the charitable sector, or to embark on a semester or year-long study abroad trip. In Year 4, you may also complete an extended research project/dissertation in your chosen subject area.

DN530 BA Humanities

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Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Three Broaden Your Horizons

Year Four Refine Your Knowledge

Suggested UCD Societies

An Cumann GaelachDraw Society

History Society

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

Celtic Studies

Art History

History

Film

Drama

Media Studies

Cultural Studies

Education

Archives

Cultural Policy & Arts Management

Research Based Programmes

MLitt & PhD

Cultural and Heritage Sector

Education

Archives

Media

Journalism

Public Service

Museums

Art Galleries

Research

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing/Marketing Practice/ Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

Professional Masters in Education

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

Masters Library & Information Studies

MSc Digital Curation

Studying UCD Celtic Studies, Art History & HistoryDN530 BA Humanities

BA (Humanities)

The Ancient Celts Modern Ireland

Vikings in the Celtic World Art & The Modern World

Creating History Giotto to Michelangelo

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Art & Revolution in the 20th Century

The Art & Architecture of Classical Antiquity

Islam & Christianity

Art and Death Courts & Court Culture British Empire

Creates new routes to deepen the knowledge, expertise and insight acquired during the first two years. You may apply for an internship across a wide of spectrum of industries, embark on a semester- or year-long study abroad programme or study an extensive range of core or transdisciplinary modules.

Celticity: Who are the Celts? Themes in Contemporary Art

Ireland & Empire AD400-700 Caravaggio & Caravaggism

King Tales of Early Ireland

The Anglo-Saxon World Georgian Dublin

You will complete an extended research project/dissertation in your chosen specialised area.

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Year One Engage With The Principles

Suggested UCD SocietiesClassical Society

Draw SocietyArchaeological Society

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

Art History

Archaeology

Classics

History

Education

Media Studies

Cultural Studies

Archives

Cultural Policy & Arts Management

Research Based Programmes

MLitt & PhD

Cultural and Heritage Sector

Education

Archives

Media

Journalism

Public Service

Museums

Art Galleries

Research

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

Masters Library & Information Studies

MA Women, Gender & Society

Studying UCD Classics, Art History & ArchaeologyDN530 BA Humanities

BA (Humanities)

Classical Greece Exploring Archaeology

Lost Cities of the Ancient World The Human Past

Art History from Antiquity to the Medieval Period

Anthropology

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Interdisciplinary module on the theme of Cultural Heritage

Art & Architecture of Classical Antiquity

Greeks, Romans, and Barbarians

Art & Monuments of Imperial Rome Archaeology of Things Cultural Heritage

Year Three Broaden Your Horizons Creates new routes to deepen

the knowledge, expertise and insight acquired during the first two years. You may apply for an internship across a wide of spectrum of industries, embark on a semester- or year-long study abroad programme or study an extensive range of core or transdisciplinary modules.

Art & Architecture in Pompeii Irish Medieval Arts & Architecture

Family life in Ancient Greece Archaeology of Minoan Crete

Year Four Refine Your Knowledge

You will complete an extended research project/dissertation in your chosen specialised area.

Eating & Drinking in Classical Antiquity

Heritage Management

Writings on Art Visualising Migration

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

Classics

History

English

Film

Drama

Media Studies

Cultural Studies

Education

Archives

Research Based Programmes

MLitt & PhD

Business

Arts and Heritage

Civil Service

Media

Education

Policymaking

Politics

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing/Marketing Practice/ Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

Professional Masters in Education

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

Masters Library & Information Studies

MSc Digital Curation

Studying UCD Classics, English & HistoryDN530 BA Humanities

BA (Humanities)

Year Three Broaden Your Horizons

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Greeks, Romans & Barbarians

Alexander the Great Twentieth-Century Drama Romanticism

Heracles the Hero Modern America French Revolution

Engage With The Principles Suggested UCD Societies

Classical SocietyHistory Society

English & Literary SocietyThe Age of Augustus Writing the Body

Lost Cities of the Ancient World Modern Europe

Contemporary Irish Writing Rome To Renaissance

Creates new routes to deepen the knowledge, expertise and insight acquired during the first two years. You may apply for an internship across a wide of spectrum of industries, embark on a semester- or year-long study abroad programme or study an extensive range of core or transdisciplinary modules.

Renaissance to Enlightenment Literature & Science

The Oedipus MythOther Worlds in Medieval &

Renaissance Literature

Year Four You will complete an extended

research project/dissertation in your chosen specialised area.Florence from Middle Ages to

RenaissanceMagic in the Ancient World

War and Peace in Roman Poetry Paradise Lost

Refine Your Knowledge

Year One

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Four Refine Your Knowledge

Suggested UCD Societies

English & Literary SocietyUCD Student Media

L&H Society Drama Society

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

Business / Finance

Civil Service

Law

Publishing

Public Relations

Teaching

Politics

Policymaking

Tourism

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing/Marketing Practice/ Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

Professional Masters in Education

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

Masters Library & Information Studies

MSc Digital Curation

Studying UCD English LiteratureDN530 BA Humanities

BA (Humanities)

Literature in Context 1 & 2 How to Read Poetry

Contemporary Irish Writing Writing the Body

Literary Genre Critical Reading / Creative Writing

Reading Medieval Literature Renaissance Literature Modern American Literature

Irish Literature in English Victorian to Modern Literature Twentieth-Century Drama

World Literature in English

Modernism and Women’s Fiction The Crime Novel

Post-War US Theatre Canadian Fiction

American Literature

Anglo-Irish literature

Creative Writing

MA in Theatre Practice

Drama & Performance

Film Studies

Gender, Sexuality & Culture

Medieval Literature & Culture

Research Based Programmes

MLitt & PhD

Year Three Broaden Your Horizons

Creates new routes to deepen the knowledge, expertise and insight acquired during the first two years. You may apply for an internship across a wide of spectrum of industries, embark on a semester- or year-long study abroad programme or study an extensive range of core or transdisciplinary modules.

You will complete an extended research project/dissertation in your chosen specialised area.

The Body in Pain in Irish Culture

Memory and the Irish Stage Architecture and Narrative

Popular Fiction in Britain Literary Studies and Digital Humanities

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Suggested UCD Societies

English & Literary SocietyFilm Society

Drama Society

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

Anglo-Irish literature

Creative Writing

MA in Theatre Practice

Drama & Performance

Film Studies

Gender, Sexuality & Culture

Medieval Literature & Culture

Renaissance Literature & Culture

Modern & Contemporary Literature

Research Based Programmes

MLitt & PhD

Business / Finance

Civil Service

Law

Publishing

Public Relations

Teaching

Politics

Tourism

Heritage

Management Consultancy Further information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management/ International Management

MSc Marketing/Marketing Practice/ Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

Professional Masters in Education

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

Masters Library & Information Studies

MSc Digital Curation

Studying UCD English with Creative WritingDN530 BA Humanities

BA (Humanities)

Critical Reading/Creative Writing Literature in Context 1 & 2

How to Read Poetry Contemporary Irish Writing

Writing the Body Literary Genre

Creative Writing 1 & 2 Renaissance Literature

Critical Theory Victorian to Modern Literature

Medieval Literature Modern American Literature

Year Three Broaden Your Horizons

Creates new routes to deepen the knowledge, expertise and insight acquired during the first two years. You may apply for an internship across a wide of spectrum of industries, embark on a semester- or year-long study abroad programme or study an extensive range of core or transdisciplinary modules.

Year Four You will complete an extended

research project/dissertation in your chosen specialised area.

Literature, Modernity and the Sea The Crime Novel

Contemporary Irish Women’s Poetry Modern American Poetry and Poetics

Poetry Workshop

Travel Writing Paradise Lost Shakespeare in Context

Austen’s Peers Reading UlyssesThe Theatre of Martin

McDonagh

Refine Your Knowledge

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Broaden Your Horizons

Year Four Refine Your Knowledge

Suggested UCD Societies

English & Literary SocietyFilm Society

Drama Society

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion Courses

Career Opportunities

American Literature

Anglo-Irish Literature

Creative Writing

MA in Theatre Practice

Drama & Performance

Film Studies

Gender, Sexuality & Culture

Medieval Literature & Culture

Renaissance Literature & Culture

Research Based Programmes

MLitt & PhD

Broadcasting & Journalism

Advertising

Filmmaking

Drama

Business / Finance

Civil Service

Law

Public Relations

Publishing

TeachingFurther information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management/ International Management

MSc Marketing/Marketing Practice/ Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

Professional Masters in Education

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

Masters Library & Information Studies

MSc Digital Curation

Studying UCD English, Drama & FilmDN530 BA Humanities

BA (Humanities)

Page, Stage, Screen 1 & 2

Literature in Context 1 & 2 Theatre Context and Conventions

The Theatrical Event Perspectives on Film 1 & 2

Reading Medieval Literature European Cinema

Renaissance Literature History of Television

Performance in Everyday Life Hollywood Cinema

Creates new routes to deepen the knowledge, expertise and insight acquired during the first two years. You may apply for an internship across a wide of spectrum of industries, embark on a semester- or year-long study abroad programme or study an extensive range of core or transdisciplinary modules.

Semester Abroad Shakespeare in Context

Staging Animation Documentary Film

You will complete an extended research project/dissertation in your chosen specialised area.

Research DissertationRevolutions in Twentieth Century World Theatres

Monsters of the Market: Zombs, Vamps, and World Literature

Alternative Cinemas

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Broaden Your Horizons

Third year gives you the opportunity to consolidate, reflect and build on the knowledge, expertise and insight acquired during the first two years. You will embark on a study abroad year and you will continue to deepen your disciplinary knowledge and study English literature whilst exploring different pedagogical approaches.

Year Four Refine Your Knowledge

Suggested UCD Societies

French Society

Spanish Society

German Society

Italian Society

English & Literary Society

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

Anglo-Irish literature

Creative Writing

MA in Theatre Practice

Drama & Performance

Film Studies

Gender, Sexuality & Culture

Medieval Literature & Culture

Renaissance Literature & Culture

Modern & Contemporary Literature

Research Based Programmes

MLitt & PhD

International relations

Translation and interpreting

Business / Finance

Civil Service

Law

Publishing

Public Relations

Teaching

Politics

Tourism

Heritage

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

Professional Masters in Education

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

Masters Library & Information Studies

MSc Digital Curation

Studying UCD English, European & World LiteraturesDN530 BA Humanities

BA (Humanities)

Contemporary Irish Writing Literary Genre

Foundational literature/culture modules in either French, Spanish,

Italian or German.Reading European Literature 1 and 2

Language proficiency modules in either French, Spanish, Italian or German

Full range of English literature modules

Literature/culture modules in either French, Spanish, Italian or

German

Language proficiency modules in either French, Spanish, Italian or

German

You will complete an extended research project/dissertation in your chosen specialised area.

Full range of English literature modules

Literature/culture modules in either French,

Spanish, Italian or German

Language proficiency modules in either French,

Spanish, Italian or German

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

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Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Broaden Your Horizons

Third year gives you the opportunity to consolidate, reflect and build on the knowledge, expertise and insight acquired during the first two years. You can embark on a year studying abroad or you can chose to study one semester abroad and combine with an internship or a research project. Academic staff will help you pick the option that best suits you.

Year Four Refine Your Knowledge

Study one or two languages:

French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian,

Latin, Spanish

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

MA in Linguistics

Research Based Programmes

MLitt & PhD

Speech and Language Therapy

Language Teaching

Education

Media

Translation

Public Service

Cultural Institutions

Research

Editing

Publishing

Further information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Marketing Practice

MSc Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

Professional Masters in Education

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

Masters Library & Information Studies

MA/MSc Cognitive Science

MSc Digital Curation

Studying UCD Languages, Linguistics & CulturesDN530 BA Humanities

BA (Humanities)

Introduction to Languages, Linguistics & Cultures

Literature & Linguistics Language Skills

Language Skills Literature

Culture Linguistics

Advanced Language Skills

Literature Linguistics

You will complete an extended research project/dissertation in your chosen specialised area.

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Year One Engage With The Principles

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Year Three Broaden Your Horizons

Year Four Refine Your Knowledge

Suggested UCD SocietiesMusic Society Film Society

Drama Society

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

Musicology

Creative Writing

MA in Theatre Practice

Drama & Performance

Film Studies

Research Based Programmes

MLitt & PhD

The Music, Film and Drama Industries

Journalism

Media

Arts Administration

Music Education

Academia

PerformanceFurther information www.ucd.ie/career

MSc Management

MSc International Management

MSc Marketing/Marketing Practice/ Digital Marketing

Masters in Common Law

Professional Masters in Education

MSc in Computer Science

Graduate Entry Medicine

Studying UCD Music, Film & DramaDN530 BA Humanities

BA (Humanities)

Composition Musicianship

The Theatrical Event Perspectives in Film I & II

Music, Culture and Society Performance Electives

Play: Performance & Interactive Media

European Cinema Music History Since 1750 Popular Music and Culture

History of TV Musics of the World Performance Electives

Creates new routes to deepen the knowledge, expertise and insight acquired during the first two years. You may apply for an internship across a wide of spectrum of industries, embark on a semester- or year-long study abroad programme or study an extensive range of core or transdisciplinary modules.

The Symphony & European Culture

Contemporary Alternative Cinema Staging Texts

Topics in Ethnomusicology Performance Electives

You will complete an extended research project/dissertation in your chosen specialised area.

The Oedipus Myth Modernism & Avant-

gardeFilm Animation

Screen Comedy Music and Film Performance Electives

The modules listed below are indicative of the extensive range of modules available

This four-year degree is designed for students who wish to study at least two languages, choosing from French, German, Italian and Spanish. During your studies, you will develop a sophisticated degree of intercultural competence, enabling you to communicate fluently in a broad range of social and professional contexts. Critically aware and open to alternative ways of thinking, successful graduates are equipped to live and work effectively in multi-cultural and multi-lingual environments.

DN541 BA Modern Languages

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Year Three Broaden Your Horizons

Students will take a Year Abroad and study Language, Literary, Historical, Linguistic and/or Cultural courses at the host institution.

Specialise with aUCD Master’s Degree

UCD Postgraduate Conversion CoursesCareer Opportunities

Programmes at MA and PhD Level

Research Based Programmes

MLitt & PhD

Politics and Public Service

Journalism

Education

Finance

Marketing and Business

Creative and Media Industries

Translation and Interpreting Further information www.ucd.ie/career

MA Women, Gender & Society

MA in Geopolitics & the Global Economy

MSc in Criminology & Criminal Justice

MA/MSc European Politics and Policymaking

Masters in Common Law

MSc Management/ International Management

Studying UCD Modern LanguagesDN541 BA Modern Languages

BA (International) (Honours)

Year Four Refine Your Knowledge

Two languages – continuing from Year Three

Cultural Studies

Intercultural Studies Subject Specific Linguistics

Literature History Option to continue with third language

Year Two Deepen Your Understanding

Two languages – continuing from Year One

Cultural Studies

Intercultural Studies Subject Specific Linguistics

Literature History Option to continue with third language

Suggested UCD Societies French Society German Society Italian Society

Hispanic Society

Year One Engage With The Principles Choose two languages:

French Italian

German Portuguese

Spanish

Two languages History

Intercultural Studies Cultural Studies

Linguistics Option to take a third language

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Irish Leaving Certificate Applicant Admission to UCD Arts and Humanities programmes is based on the points system for students who take the Leaving Certificate examinations. In order to be eligible to compete for any course, you must obtain a minimum of Grade H5 in two subjects and a minimum of Grade O6/H7 in the remaining four subjects. Irish, English and a third language are required subjects. Application is through the CAO process.

Go to www.ucd.ie/registry/admissions for more information

Mature Applicants A mature applicant is anyone who is at least 23 years of age on 1 January of the proposed year of entry. For admission in September 2018, your date of birth must be on or before 1 January 1995. Application is through the CAO and all students must sit an MSAP test.

Go to www.ucd.ie/maturestudents for more information

University Access Courses Access courses designed to help adult learners prepare for university are available in Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, Law, Science, Engineering and Agricultural Sciences. The UCD access courses guarantee entry to the BA degree programme, once course assessment criteria are met.

Go to www.ucd.ie/all/study for details.

HEAR School leavers from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds who are under the age of 23 as of 1 January 2018 and resident in the Republic of Ireland, may apply to Higher Education Access Route (HEAR) scheme.

Go to www.ucd.ie/registry/admissions for more information

DARE DARE is for school leavers (under 23 years old as at 1 January 2018) who have the ability to benefit from and succeed in higher education, but who may not meet the points for their preferred course due to the impact of a disability.

Go to www.ucd.ie/registry/admissions for more information

How to Apply to UCD Arts and Humanities

Application to UCD is via the CAO and there are a number of routes into Arts and Humanities.

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ENTRY With QQI-FET Qualification All Arts and Humanities programmes have reserved places for applicants with appropriate QQI-FET (Level 5 or 6) qualifications and modules. Applicants must have a minimum of distinction in five modules and are admitted on a competitive basis.

Go to ucd.ie/registry/admissions for more information

A-Level Applicant Applicants must have six recognised subjects, according to course requirements. They must obtain Grade C, or better, in two subjects at A-level (A2) and Grade C, or better, in the remaining four subjects at GCSE. Applicants from Britain and Northern Ireland are generally exempt from the requirement of presenting Irish.

Go to www.ucd.ie/myucd/alevel for details.

EU Applicant EU applicants must meet the same minimum entry requirements as Irish CAO school leavers.

Go to www.ucd.ie/ registry/admissions for details.

Non-EU Applicant Non-EU students are eligible to apply for admission to a limited number of places on BA programmes. Application is made via www.ucd.ie/ international/apply except where an agent is used.

Further information on application and entry requirements is available at www.ucd.ie/international or via international [email protected]

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Ad Astra Scholarship Programmes Excellence underpins everything we do at UCD, and the University recognises exceptional students when they join, as well as those who develop their talents while studying at UCD. The Ad Astra Academic Scholarship Programme fosters academic potential in high-achieving students. Ad Astra scholars benefit from a scholarship, mentoring and a range of tailored supports. The Academic Programme, the Performing Arts Programme and the Sports Scholars Programme are all designed to promote the development of our students.

Find out more at http://www.ucd.ie/adastraacademy

Access and Lifelong Learning The UCD Access Centre delivers a range of initiatives to facilitate widening participation in UCD, including outreach, admissions and student support. Through UCD Access and Lifelong Learning, students from a variety of backgrounds including mature students, school leavers from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds and those with a disability are encouraged to progress and succeed at UCD.

Find out more at https://www.ucd.ie/openingworlds

Scéim Chónaithe Ghaeilge Bhord na Gaeilge/Irish Language Student Residence Scheme Bunaíodh Scéim Chónaithe Bhord na Gaeilge chun neartú a dhéanamh ar úsáid na teanga ar champas. Bíonn deis ag mic léinn de chuid réimsí éagsúla léinn maireachtáil agus obair le chéile as Gaeilge. Cuireann said faobhar ar a gcuid buanna faoi leith trí mheascán mórimeachtaí cultúrtha agus sóisialta. Tairiscíonn Bord na Gaeilge 24 scoláireacht do mhic léinn atá líofa sa Ghaeilge agus a dteastaíonn uathu í a chur ar aghaidh le tograí nua. Mairfidh an t-iarrthóir rathúil in ‘Teach na Gaeilge’ agus aischúiteofar céatadán den chostais chónaithe leis.

Cuirfear fáilte roimh iarratais ó mhic léinn le Gaeilge líofa atá ag gabháil d’aon chúrsa de chuid na hollscoile agus atá tiomnaithe do chur chun cinn gníomhach na teanga.

Gach eolas faoin Scéim Chónaithe le fáil ó: www.ucd.ie/bnag/ga/teachnagaeilgeucd

Scholarships and Grants

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International Students A range of scholarship opportunities are available to international students to undertake undergraduate study at UCD. The UCD Global Undergraduate Scholarship is managed through our International Office. Go to http://www.ucd.ie/international/ for more information

Entrance Scholars UCD recognises the calibre of its incoming high-achieving students with the UCD Entrance Scholar award. Entrance Scholar awards are presented to first year students who achieve 560 points or more in their Leaving Certificate (or equivalent second level examination) in recognition of their academic accomplishment to date. No application is required and recipients are automatically informed.

Grants Ireland’s awarding authority for all national higher and further education grants is SUSI (Student Universal Support Ireland).

Find out more at www.susi.ie

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The information provided in this document is correct at the time of going to press, but the degree programmes are subject to continuing development and the University reserves the right to make changes at any time, before or after a student’s admission.

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