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International Languages (DC293)
Select International Languages + One other subject from:
Gaeilge | Politics
International Languages (French, German, Spanish): You’ll acquire proficiency in your chosen language and learn about culture, film, literary traditions and intercultural communication.
Gaeilge/Irish: You’ll learn about Irish culture and tradition as well as developing your practical language skills…Find out more
The BCL (Law and Society) degree consists of a mixture of compulsory and optional modules.
In Year One, all modules are compulsory.
In Years Two and Three, there are some compulsory modules but you’ll also choose from a range of optional modules.
The BCL is normally a three-year course. However, you can opt to spend an extra year abroad in one of our partner universities in Spain, Scotland, China or Poland, experiencing life in another country and studying another legal system.…Find out more
Why this programme?
- Set yourself apart with the only BA dedicated to International Relations in Ireland
- Investigate the organisation and interaction of modern societies
- Avail of the opportunity to study abroad or undertake an INTRA work placement
- Be part of a School known for its expertise in Governance and International Relations
- Benefit from the skills and experience of our dedicated, supportive and highly qualified academic team
- Develop a range of multidisciplinary skills in high demand by employers…
In the first two years of the course, there’s an equal weighting of the three disciplines.
Three compulsory research methods modules taken in Year One will provide core learning skills that you’ll use throughout your degree.
In Years Two and Three, your modules will further enhance your knowledge of research methods and dissertation skills in all three disciplines. These skills will provide you with the necessary tools to analyse major issues affecting our world today from an economic, political and legal…Find out more
This single programme, with four major options in Year Four, replaces and combines the best of DCU’s previous offerings in Electronic Engineering, Digital Media Engineering and Information and Communications Engineering.
You’ll be taught through conventional lectures, extensive tutorials (particularly in Year One), laboratory exercises and projects. Through these you’ll develop the ability to model and analyse the dynamics of a wide range of technological systems, as well as learn a creative and innovative approach to problem…Find out more
In the course of your Multimedia degree, you’ll acquire a command of the concepts and practices in digital text, image and sound manipulation, and multimedia authoring. In this way, you will be equipped to contribute to multimedia product development and to manage a diverse range of multimedia projects. You will participate in many group-based projects, reflecting the media design and production industries that this programme prepares graduates for and developing your skills in effective and creative teamwork.
The Communications Studies course is structured around four key elements: foundation modules, core modules, production modules and optional modules.
The foundation modules in Year One provide a basic grounding in the disciplines you’ll need for more advanced work in later years.
Core modules in Years Two and Three help you develop a critical awareness of developments in the areas of communication, media and cultural studies.
The production modules ensure that you develop skills in…Find out more
The course offers intensive jazz and contemporary music education within a focused, supportive learning environment. It is designed to provide a balance of “traditional” jazz techniques alongside contemporary approaches to improvisation, so that students can experience the full breadth of the contemporary music world and develop into creative, versatile and employable musicians.
The degree focuses on giving students the practical skills they must acquire in order to function well in the professional milieu of contemporary jazz, and other musical settings. Due to its…Find out more
You’ll select from two language choices that include French, German, Spanish, Japanese and Chinese, as well as foundation modules in linguistics, translation and intercultural studies. You’ll take either two intermediate languages, or one intermediate and one beginner level language. Chinese and Japanese are offered at beginner level only; French is offered at intermediate level only; German and Spanish can be taken at either intermediate or beginner levels.
Year Three is spent studying at one of our partner universities abroad and provides an…Find out more