Below you will find registration instructions for your programme of study.
- Please ensure you read these instructions carefully
- Take note of the modules you wish to select.
- You will register for these on the Subject Selection page during the online registration process.
- When you have noted your module selection and are ready to register, please proceed to the bottom of this page and click the ‘Proceed to Registration’ button.
BA in International Relations, Year 3, Full-Time
The purpose of this information sheet is to allow you view all modules connected to the Qualification, optional and core. You should print this sheet out and then continue to the next step where your registration will take place.
It is your responsibility to ensure that you register correctly for your Qualification AND your Modules
Key Issues in International Political Economy
Chinese Politics and Foreign Policy
All students must register for 40 credits of optional modules.
NB: All students who studied a Language module in Year 2 must take 10 credits of Language modules in Year 3.
French and German - Choose ONE of the following language modules:
French Language and Contemporary Society
German Language and Contemporary Society
SEMESTER 1 - Choose the following language module:
Intermediate Spanish Language Skills 6
SEMESTER 2 - Choose the following language module:
Intermediate Spanish Language Skills 7
If you are studying a Language, you must also register for 30 credits of optional modules from the list below.
If you are not taking a language, you must register for 40 credits of optional modules from the list below.
Note: The maximum number of optional credits you can register for in each semester is 25.
Due to timetabling restrictions, all module combinations may not be available to all students.
YEAR-LONG OPTIONAL MODULES
Uaneen Contributing Module
SEMESTER 1 OPTIONAL MODULES
Gender and Politics
Unrecognised States in the International System
The Politics of South Asia
Conflict Resolution in Northern Ireland
SEMESTER 2 OPTIONAL MODULES
Contemporary Politics of the Middle East and North Africa
Issues in American Politics
Issues in European Integration
Nationalism & Populism in the 21st Century
Sexualities, Languages and Societies
ADDITIONAL NON-CONTRIBUTING MODULE
The Uaneen Module (UM405) is a non-contributing, optional, extra-curricular module with a portfolio assessment. The marks for this module will not contribute to your final degree award. For full details on this module please visit -http://www.dcu.ie/uaneen/index.shtml.
Uaneen Non-Contributing Module
Last Updated: 2nd September 2020