DN530 BA Humanities Languages, Linguistics & Cultures (AYS1)

The BA Humanities is an innovative, interdisciplinary four-year programme that combines multiple subjects to provide coherence and depth to student learning within nine carefully structured pathways. Taught by expert academics in the Arts and Humanities, the BA Humanities programme offers both intensive training in particular disciplines and unique skill sets that are developed by bringing together subjects that and relate closely to each other. Students will gain essential life and employment skills, including critical, analytical and creative thinking, and expert communications, while learning how to be adaptable and flexible in preparation for employment in a dynamic work environment.

The Languages, Linguistics and Cultures pathway is designed for students who are seeking a high level of language and intercultural competency by developing effective communication and analytical skills. It takes a holistic approach to language by fostering linguistics, alongside literary and cultural approaches. Students can choose between French, German, Greek, Italian, Irish, Latin, and Spanish, with Portuguese and Welsh also available as minors. Irish modules are directed towards its status as a modern working language in the European Union and towards broadening its scope nationally and internationally. This pathway focuses on specific oral and written language skills and critical intercultural and interdisciplinary skills. Its emphasis on modern language teaching methods combines theoretical and practical resources with a range of primary material such as literary texts, material culture, natural spoken language, and computer-mediated texts. Learning activities critically explore communicative practices and students will engage with a variety of approaches to language and language related products, including approaches based on literary, linguistic, historic and cultural studies.

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This programme targets students who aim for a high level of language and intercultural competency developing effective communication and analytical skills through the acquisition of linguistic and cultural proficiency in English and in a second language. Students can choose between Ancient Greek, French, German, Italian, Irish, Latin and Spanish, with Portuguese and Welsh also available as minors.



The programme takes a holistic approach to language by fostering linguistic, literary and cultural approaches to language. This prepares students for a variety of career paths including: careers in education, media, translation, public service, cultural institutions, research, editing and publishing, and a wide range of private sector employment opportunities that require intercultural competences.



This pathway focuses on specific oral and written language skills as well as critical intercultural and interdisciplinary skills. Its emphasis on language teaching methods combines theoretical knowledge and practical skills focusing on a range of primary material such as literary texts, material culture, natural spoken language, and computer mediated texts. Learning activities critically explore communicative practices and students will engage with a variety of approaches to language and language-related production, including literary, linguistic, historical and cultural studies-based approaches. The programme fosters a wide range of transferable skills ranging from active communication skills in English and a second language, academic writing, speaking and presentation skills, to project-work and critical analysis skills. Student learning is fostered and assessed in a variety of ways such as oral, written and aural examinations, peer assessment, hands on small scale research projects, essays and presentations. Students are strongly encouraged to spend their third year abroad and/or doing an internship.


1 - Understand, express and communicate ideas clearly, fluently and accurately in spoken and written form in a register appropriate to the context in the chosen language and English.
2 - Demonstrate an awareness of cultural diversity and an ability to effectively manage exchanges in intercultural contexts.
3 - Demonstrate an awareness of general linguistic and discursive strategies and grammatical structures in the chosen language, English and languages more generally.
4 - Demonstrate an ability to use appropriate methods of academic enquiry to formulate pertinent questions about, and to build knowledge of, the cultures to which the chosen language is associated and about the interaction of culture and language more generally.
5 - Demonstrate the ability to understand, apply and critically evaluate secondary literature and theoretical frameworks and writing about it.
6 - Demonstrate awareness of the ethical implications of research, actions and ideas.
7 - Abstract and synthesize information; collecting, analyzing and manipulating data of diverse kinds.
8 - Develop the ability to ask theoretically and empirically motivated questions about language structure and use, a diverse range of cultural products and their relationships.
9 - Evaluate ideas, challenge assumptions, and develop creative solutions to problems including through the independent pursuit of knowledge and making connections between different disciplinary approaches and methods.
10 - Demonstrate effective communication skills, digital expertise, collaboration and leadership skills to convert decisions and commitments into action.
11 - Understand the relevance and contribution of the Humanities to contemporary society and cultural practice including an ability to articulate the links between past and present as well as the influence of the past on shaping community and societal structures and beliefs.
12 - Demonstrate an ability to manage time and to work effectively, both as part of a team and independently.
13 - Develop research skills through a hands-on research project and/or actively apply academic skills to a range of domains through an internship.

UCD Arts & Humanities Programme Office,
Newman Building,
Belfield,
Dublin 4
Tel: +353 1 716 8321/8102

Web: www.ucd.ie/ahss

Stage 1

Students are pre-registered to 4 core modules and should register to 1 language block and 3 or 4 options (depending on language block). It is recommended that students spread their credit workload evenly between the Autumn Trimester and Spring Trimester.

Stage 2

Students are pre-registered to four core linguistics modules (20 cr). Students should also choose 25 credits from their language and a minimum of 1 option (5Cr) from the Pathway Options list.

Stage 3

If students are not going abroad or taking an internship, they can either: a) choose a 20 credit research module plus a minimum of 10 credits in their language options, 10 credits of linguistics options and 10 credits of pathway culture options. Students may also choose 2 x 5 credit electives. OR b) choose a minimum of 10 credits and up to a maximum of 20 credits across their language, linguistics and pathway culture option modules, plus 2 x 5 credit electives.

Stage 4

Students are pre-registered to three core linguistics modules (20 cr). Students should also choose 25 credits from their language and a minimum of 1 option (5Cr) from the Pathway Culture Options list.

Module ID Module Title Trimester Credits
Stage 1 Core Modules
     
LING10030 Sounds in Language Autumn

5

LLC10010 Lang, Ling & Cultures Stage 1 Autumn

5

LING10010 Language Use and Communication Spring

5

LING10040 Words and Sentences Spring

5

Stage 1 Core Modules
     
Stage 1 Options - A)MIN3OF:
Pathway Options
Students taking Greek or Latin should select three modules from the Pathway Options list below.
Students taking all other languages must select four modules from the Pathway Options list below.
     
CCIV10010 Introduction to Celtic Civilization Autumn

5

FR10120 Reading Short French Texts: Literary Analysis Autumn

5

IRFL10010 Introduction to Folklore Autumn

5

IRST10010 Introduction to Irish Studies Autumn

5

LING10020 Language Acquisition and Language Disruption Autumn

5

SLL10050 Languages, Nations, Cultures Autumn

5

CCIV10020 Early Ireland: Continuity & Change Spring

5

GER10150 German History on Screen Spring

5

GRC10140 Classical Myth: An Introduction Spring

5

IRST10020 Introduction to Irish Cultural Studies Spring

5

SLL10060 Culture shock: cross-cultural encounters beyond Europe Spring

5

SPAN10110 Reading Hispanic Texts Spring

5

Stage 1 Options - A)MIN3OF:
Pathway Options
Students taking Greek or Latin should select three modules from the Pathway Options list below.
Students taking all other languages must select four modules from the Pathway Options list below.
     
Stage 1 Options - Subject / Streams
     
Spanish Beginners (Languages, Linguistics & Cultures)

Spanish Non-Beginners (Languages, Linguistics & Cultures)

French (EEWL)

French (Languages, Linguistics & Cultures)

Greek (Languages, Linguistics & Cultures)

German Beginners (Languages, Linguistics & Cultures)

German Non-Beginners (Languages, Linguistics & Cultures)

Italian Beginners (Languages, Linguistics & Cultures)

Italian Non-Beginners (Languages, Linguistics & Cultures)

Latin (Languages, Linguistics & Cultures)

Irish (Languages, Linguistics & Cultures)

Stage 1 Options - Subject / Streams
     
Stage 2 Core Modules
     
LING20090 Sociolinguistics 2 Autumn

5

LING20100 Intercultural Communication Autumn

5

LING20110 Introduction to Translation Autumn

5

LING20060 World Englishes Spring

5

Stage 2 Core Modules
     
Stage 2 Options - A)MIN0OF:
Stage 2 French Language Modules.
Students who took French in Stage 1 must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 2.
     
FR20020 French language II a: Grammaire et syntaxe françaises Autumn

5

FR20130 French New Wave Autumn

5

FR20220 World War 2 in French Culture Autumn

5

FR20040 French Language II b: Expression française écrite et orale Spring

5

FR20180 La France d'aujourd'hui Spring

5

Stage 2 Options - A)MIN0OF:
Stage 2 French Language Modules.
Students who took French in Stage 1 must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 2.
     
Stage 2 Options - B)MIN0OF:
Stage 2 German Beginners Language Modules.
Students who took German Beginners in Stage 1 must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 2.
     
GER20190 Grimms' Tales and Adaptations Autumn

5

GER20230 Transcultural Encounters 1 Autumn

5

GER20240 German for Ex-Beginners A Autumn

5

GER20250 German for Ex-Beginners B Spring

5

GER20260 Radical Thinkers Spring

5

Stage 2 Options - B)MIN0OF:
Stage 2 German Beginners Language Modules.
Students who took German Beginners in Stage 1 must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 2.
     
Stage 2 Options - C)MIN0OF:
Stage 2 German Non-Beginners Language Modules.
Students who took German Non-beginners in Stage 1 must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 2.
     
GER20060 German Language II a Autumn

5

GER20230 Transcultural Encounters 1 Autumn

5

GER20070 German Language II b Spring

5

GER20130 Translating Contemporary Texts English-German (Intermediate) Spring

5

GER20260 Radical Thinkers Spring

5

Stage 2 Options - C)MIN0OF:
Stage 2 German Non-Beginners Language Modules.
Students who took German Non-beginners in Stage 1 must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 2.
     
Stage 2 Options - D)MIN0OF:
Stage 2 Greeks Language Modules.
Students who took Greek in Stage 1 must take the following 4 modules (25 credits) at stage 2.
     
GRC20220 Greeks, Romans, and Barbarians Autumn

5

GRK20140 Intermediate Greek Autumn

10

GRK20110 Greek Texts: Plato Spring

5

GRK30090 Greek Texts: Euripides Spring

5

Stage 2 Options - D)MIN0OF:
Stage 2 Greeks Language Modules.
Students who took Greek in Stage 1 must take the following 4 modules (25 credits) at stage 2.
     
Stage 2 Options - E)MIN0OF:
Stage 2 Irish Language Modules.
Students who took Irish in Stage 1 must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 2.
     
IR20050 Iriseoireacht na Gaeilge (Journalism in Irish) Autumn

5

IR20180 Teanga na Gaeilge II A Autumn

5

IR20220 Bláthú na Nuafhilíochta Autumn

5

IR20010 Teanga na Gaeilge II B (Irish language II B) Spring

5

IR20280 An fhilíocht roimh an nGorta Spring

5

Stage 2 Options - E)MIN0OF:
Stage 2 Irish Language Modules.
Students who took Irish in Stage 1 must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 2.
     
Stage 2 Options - F)MIN0OF:
Stage 2 Italian Language Modules.
Students who took Italian in Stage 1 must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 2.
     
ITAL20010 Italian Language II a Autumn

5

ITAL20160 Reading Italian Literature Autumn

5

ITAL20200 Dante, Petrarch and Boccaccio: the Three Crowns Autumn

5

ITAL20080 Italian Language II b Spring

5

ITAL20170 Italian Short Stories Spring

5

Stage 2 Options - F)MIN0OF:
Stage 2 Italian Language Modules.
Students who took Italian in Stage 1 must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 2.
     
Stage 2 Options - G)MIN0OF:
Stage 2 Latin Language Modules.
Students who took Latin in Stage 1 must take the following 3 modules (25 credits) at stage 2.
     
GRC20220 Greeks, Romans, and Barbarians Autumn

5

LAT20140 Intermediate Latin Autumn

10

LAT20170 Introduction to Latin Texts Spring

10

Stage 2 Options - G)MIN0OF:
Stage 2 Latin Language Modules.
Students who took Latin in Stage 1 must take the following 3 modules (25 credits) at stage 2.
     
Stage 2 Options - H)MIN0OF:
Stage 2 Spanish Beginners Language Modules.
Students who took Spanish Beginners in Stage 1 must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 2.
     
SPAN20230 Spanish ex ab-initio IIa Autumn

5

SPAN20060 Spanish Language II b Spring

5

SPAN20200 The Cinema of Pedro Almodóvar Spring

5

SPAN20220 La sociedad española actual: Economía y cultura Spring

5

SPAN20240 Latin American Culture I Spring

5

Stage 2 Options - H)MIN0OF:
Stage 2 Spanish Beginners Language Modules.
Students who took Spanish Beginners in Stage 1 must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 2.
     
Stage 2 Options - I)MIN0OF:
Stage 2 Spanish Non Beginners Language Modules.
Students who took Spanish Non Beginners in stage 1 must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 2.
     
SPAN20080 Spanish Language II a Autumn

5

SPAN20060 Spanish Language II b Spring

5

SPAN20200 The Cinema of Pedro Almodóvar Spring

5

SPAN20220 La sociedad española actual: Economía y cultura Spring

5

SPAN20240 Latin American Culture I Spring

5

Stage 2 Options - I)MIN0OF:
Stage 2 Spanish Non Beginners Language Modules.
Students who took Spanish Non Beginners in stage 1 must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 2.
     
Stage 2 Options - J)MIN1OF:
Stage 2 Pathway Option Modules.
All students on the LLC pathway must pick at least one module from this list.
     
FR20050 Introduction à l'âge des Lumières (18e siècle) Autumn

5

GER20190 Grimms' Tales and Adaptations Autumn

5

GRC20290 The Comedies of Aristophanes Autumn

5

IRFL20010 The Study of Folklore: Origins and Development Autumn

5

IRFL20030 The Narrative Art Autumn

5

IRST20010 Place, People & Identities Autumn

5

LING20010 Syntax 2 Autumn

5

SLL20030 Perceptions of Europe in the Twentieth Century Autumn

5

SPAN20150 Spanish to English Translation Autumn

5

SPAN20250 Crime, Passion & Mystery in Latin American Noir Autumn

5

CCIV20070 Poets, Power and Performance Spring

5

FR20140 Versailles: Power, Politics & Spectacle Spring

5

FR20160 The Realist Novel Spring

5

GRC20030 Early Roman Empire Spring

5

GRC20270 The Athenian Empire Spring

5

IRST20060 Reading Irish Studies Spring

5

LING20020 Phonology 2 Spring

5

LING20080 Meaning in Language Spring

5

Stage 2 Options - J)MIN1OF:
Stage 2 Pathway Option Modules.
All students on the LLC pathway must pick at least one module from this list.
     
Stage 2 Options - K)MIN0OF:
This is a College of Arts and Humanities module. It is the equivalent of an elective. You take it instead of taking one of your Stage 2 electives. Please make sure that you have selected the correct number of programme options from the list above. This is not one of your required options. It is recommended in particular if you are considering applying for an internship option next year.
     
HUM20030 Career Readiness (Humanities) Spring

5

Stage 2 Options - K)MIN0OF:
This is a College of Arts and Humanities module. It is the equivalent of an elective. You take it instead of taking one of your Stage 2 electives. Please make sure that you have selected the correct number of programme options from the list above. This is not one of your required options. It is recommended in particular if you are considering applying for an internship option next year.
     
Stage 3 Options - A)MIN0OF:
LLC3000 Research Project is an option module for students who are not going abroad or taking an internship. LLC3000 should be chosen in addition to 10 credits from your chosen language, 10 credits of linguistics and 10 credits of culture options. Students in UCD for the full year may alternatively choose to take an even spread of modules across their language, linguistics and culture options instead of the research project.
     
LLC30000 Research Project Autumn and Spring (separate)

20

Stage 3 Options - A)MIN0OF:
LLC3000 Research Project is an option module for students who are not going abroad or taking an internship. LLC3000 should be chosen in addition to 10 credits from your chosen language, 10 credits of linguistics and 10 credits of culture options. Students in UCD for the full year may alternatively choose to take an even spread of modules across their language, linguistics and culture options instead of the research project.
     
Stage 3 Options - B)MIN0OF:
Stage 3 Linguistics Options: Students who choose the research project option (LLC3000) choose a minimum of 10 credits. All other full year students may choose a maximum of 20 credits of linguistics options at stage 3.
Any students on a trimester exchange or internship in stage 3 should choose a balance of modules between their chosen language, linguistics and pathway culture options for one trimester.
     
LING20010 Syntax 2 Autumn

5

LING20090 Sociolinguistics 2 Autumn

5

LING20100 Intercultural Communication Autumn

5

LING20110 Introduction to Translation Autumn

5

LING30030 Language Impairment Autumn

5

LING30080 Phonology 3 Autumn

5

LING20020 Phonology 2 Spring

5

LING20060 World Englishes Spring

5

LING20080 Meaning in Language Spring

5

LING30060 First Language Acquisition Spring

5

LING30070 Syntax 3 Spring

5

Stage 3 Options - B)MIN0OF:
Stage 3 Linguistics Options: Students who choose the research project option (LLC3000) choose a minimum of 10 credits. All other full year students may choose a maximum of 20 credits of linguistics options at stage 3.
Any students on a trimester exchange or internship in stage 3 should choose a balance of modules between their chosen language, linguistics and pathway culture options for one trimester.
     
Stage 3 Options - C)MIN0OF:
Stage 3 French Options: Students who choose the research project option (LLC3000) can choose a minimum of 10 credits. All other full year students may choose a maximum of 20 credits of French options at stage 3.
Any students on a trimester exchange or internship in stage 3 should choose a balance of modules between their chosen language, linguistics and pathway culture options for one trimester.
     
FR20050 Introduction à l'âge des Lumières (18e siècle) Autumn

5

FR30050 Proust Autumn

5

FR30080 Reading Racine's Women Autumn

5

LANG20040 French General Purposes 5 (CEFR B1/B2) Autumn and Spring (separate)

5

LANG20170 French General Purposes 6 Autumn and Spring (separate)

5

LANG20440 French for General Purposes 4 Autumn and Spring (separate)

5

FR20140 Versailles: Power, Politics & Spectacle Spring

5

FR20160 The Realist Novel Spring

5

FR30300 Contemporary French Poetry Spring

5

Stage 3 Options - C)MIN0OF:
Stage 3 French Options: Students who choose the research project option (LLC3000) can choose a minimum of 10 credits. All other full year students may choose a maximum of 20 credits of French options at stage 3.
Any students on a trimester exchange or internship in stage 3 should choose a balance of modules between their chosen language, linguistics and pathway culture options for one trimester.
     
Stage 3 Options - D)MIN0OF:
Stage 3 German Options: Students who choose the research project option (LLC3000) can choose a minimum of 10 credits. All other full year students may choose a maximum of 20 credits of german options at stage 3.
Any students on a trimester exchange or internship in stage 3 should choose a balance of modules between their chosen language, linguistics and pathway culture options for one trimester.
     
GER20190 Grimms' Tales and Adaptations Autumn

5

GER30190 Youth & Cruelty in Modernism Autumn

5

LANG20450 German for General Purposes 4 Autumn and Spring (separate)

5

GER30200 Research in German Spring

5

LANG20070 German General Purposes 5 (CEFR B1/B2) Spring

5

Stage 3 Options - D)MIN0OF:
Stage 3 German Options: Students who choose the research project option (LLC3000) can choose a minimum of 10 credits. All other full year students may choose a maximum of 20 credits of german options at stage 3.
Any students on a trimester exchange or internship in stage 3 should choose a balance of modules between their chosen language, linguistics and pathway culture options for one trimester.
     
Stage 3 Options - E)MIN0OF:
Stage 3 Greek & Latin Options: Students who choose the research project option (LLC3000) can choose a minimum of 10 credits. All other full year students may choose a maximum of 20 credits of Greek & Latin options at stage 3.
Any students on a trimester exchange or internship in stage 3 should choose a balance of modules between their chosen language, linguistics and pathway culture options for one trimester.
     
GRC20290 The Comedies of Aristophanes Autumn

5

GRC30010 Ancient Medicine and Society Autumn

5

GRC30070 Family Life in Ancient Greece Autumn

5

GRC30290 Magic in the Ancient World Autumn

5

GRC20030 Early Roman Empire Spring

5

GRC20270 The Athenian Empire Spring

5

GRC30330 Death and the Afterlife in the Ancient World Spring

5

Stage 3 Options - E)MIN0OF:
Stage 3 Greek & Latin Options: Students who choose the research project option (LLC3000) can choose a minimum of 10 credits. All other full year students may choose a maximum of 20 credits of Greek & Latin options at stage 3.
Any students on a trimester exchange or internship in stage 3 should choose a balance of modules between their chosen language, linguistics and pathway culture options for one trimester.
     
Stage 3 Options - F)MIN0OF:
Stage 3 Irish Options: Students who choose the research project option (LLC3000) can choose a minimum of 10 credits. All other full year students may choose a maximum of 20 credits of Irish options at stage 3.
Any students on a trimester exchange or internship in stage 3 should choose a balance of modules between their chosen language, linguistics and pathway culture options for one trimester.
     
IR30450 An litríocht réigiúnach Autumn

5

IRFL20010 The Study of Folklore: Origins and Development Autumn

5

IRFL20030 The Narrative Art Autumn

5

IRFL30030 The Life Cycle Autumn

5

IRST20010 Place, People & Identities Autumn

5

CCIV20070 Poets, Power and Performance Spring

5

CCIV30070 Introduction to Early Irish 1 Spring

5

IR30100 Scéalta Rómánsacha 1300-1800 Spring

5

IR30460 Litríocht Uladh Spring

5

IRST20060 Reading Irish Studies Spring

5

Stage 3 Options - F)MIN0OF:
Stage 3 Irish Options: Students who choose the research project option (LLC3000) can choose a minimum of 10 credits. All other full year students may choose a maximum of 20 credits of Irish options at stage 3.
Any students on a trimester exchange or internship in stage 3 should choose a balance of modules between their chosen language, linguistics and pathway culture options for one trimester.
     
Stage 3 Options - G)MIN0OF:
Stage 3 Spanish Options: Students who choose the research project option (LLC3000) can choose a minimum of 10 credits. All other full year students may choose a maximum of 20 credits of Spanish options at stage 3.
Any students on a trimester exchange or internship in stage 3 should choose a balance of modules between their chosen language, linguistics and pathway culture options for one trimester.
     
SPAN20150 Spanish to English Translation Autumn

5

SPAN20250 Crime, Passion & Mystery in Latin American Noir Autumn

5

SPAN30070 Latin American Literature II: To the Boom and Beyond Autumn

5

LANG20100 Spanish General Purposes 5 (CEFR B1/B2) Autumn and Spring (separate)

5

LANG20470 Spanish General Purposes 4 Autumn and Spring (separate)

5

SPAN30060 Novel Under Franco Spring

5

SPAN30190 Spanish Poetry 2 Spring

5

Stage 3 Options - G)MIN0OF:
Stage 3 Spanish Options: Students who choose the research project option (LLC3000) can choose a minimum of 10 credits. All other full year students may choose a maximum of 20 credits of Spanish options at stage 3.
Any students on a trimester exchange or internship in stage 3 should choose a balance of modules between their chosen language, linguistics and pathway culture options for one trimester.
     
Stage 3 Options - H)MIN0OF:
Stage 3 Pathway Culture Options: Students who choose the research project option (LLC3000) can choose a minimum of 10 credits. All other full year students may choose a maximum of 20 credits of linguistics options at stage 3.
Any students on a trimester exchange or internship in stage 3 should choose a balance of modules between their chosen language, linguistics and pathway culture options for one trimester.
     
IS30380 Digital Storytelling Autumn

5

ITAL30290 Interwar Culture and Poetry Autumn

5

SLL20030 Perceptions of Europe in the Twentieth Century Autumn

5

LANG10150 Polish General Purposes 1 Autumn and Spring (separate)

5

LANG10670 Portuguese Gen Purp 1 Autumn and Spring (separate)

5

IA20020 Essentials of Entrepreneurship: Action and Mindset Autumn&Spring&Summer(separate)

5

IA20060 Entrepreneurship for Social Good Autumn&Spring&Summer(separate)

5

IA20080 Design Thinking for Innovation Autumn&Spring&Summer(separate)

5

IA20090 Design Your Purposeful Life Autumn&Spring&Summer(separate)

5

IS20110 Social Media & Participation in an Online World Spring

5

IS20120 Computer-Mediated Communication Spring

5

IS30350 The Digital Self Spring

5

Stage 3 Options - H)MIN0OF:
Stage 3 Pathway Culture Options: Students who choose the research project option (LLC3000) can choose a minimum of 10 credits. All other full year students may choose a maximum of 20 credits of linguistics options at stage 3.
Any students on a trimester exchange or internship in stage 3 should choose a balance of modules between their chosen language, linguistics and pathway culture options for one trimester.
     
Stage 3 Options - I)MIN0OF:
Stage 3 Internship Option: Students who have been offered a College sourced internship, or self-sourced their own internship with approval from the Programme Board should register to the internship module in the appropriate trimester.
     
HUM30020 Internship-Autumn (Humanities) Autumn

30

HUM30030 Internship- Spring (Humanities) Spring

30

Stage 3 Options - I)MIN0OF:
Stage 3 Internship Option: Students who have been offered a College sourced internship, or self-sourced their own internship with approval from the Programme Board should register to the internship module in the appropriate trimester.
     
Stage 4 Core Modules
     
LING30140 Corpus Linguistics Autumn

10

LING20070 Minority & Endangered Languages Spring

5

LING30170 Topics in Language and Law Spring

5

Stage 4 Core Modules
     
Stage 4 Options - A)MIN0OF:
Stage 4 French Language Modules.
Students taking French as their language must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 4.
     
FR30040 Literature of Quebec Autumn

5

FR30310 French Language 3a: Expression avancée Autumn

5

FR30270 The Object in Postwar French Culture Spring

5

FR30280 Diderot: Creative Iconoclast Spring

5

FR30320 French Language 3b Spring

5

Stage 4 Options - A)MIN0OF:
Stage 4 French Language Modules.
Students taking French as their language must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 4.
     
Stage 4 Options - B)MIN0OF:
Stage 4 German Language Modules.
Students taking German as their language must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 4.
     
GER30080 German Language III a Autumn

5

GER30130 Translating Contemporary Texts German-English (Advanced) Autumn

5

GER30090 German Language III b Spring

5

GER30210 Transcultural Encounters 2 Spring

5

GER30220 Franz Kafka’s Strange World Spring

5

Stage 4 Options - B)MIN0OF:
Stage 4 German Language Modules.
Students taking German as their language must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 4.
     
Stage 4 Options - C)MIN0OF:
Stage 4 Greek Language Modules.
Students taking Greek as their language must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 4.
     
GRK30020 Greek Texts: Thucydides Autumn

5

GRK30060 Greek Texts: Aeschylus Autumn

5

GRC30080 The Oedipus Myth Spring

5

GRK30100 Greek Texts: Herodotus Spring

5

GRK30110 Greek Texts: Epic Spring

5

Stage 4 Options - C)MIN0OF:
Stage 4 Greek Language Modules.
Students taking Greek as their language must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 4.
     
Stage 4 Options - D)MIN0OF:
Stage 4 Irish Language Modules.
Students taking Irish as their language must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 4.
     
IR30220 Athbheochan na Gaeilge Autumn

5

IR30400 Teanga na Gaeilge III A Autumn

5

IR30420 Litriocht na Gaeilge 1650-1845 Autumn

5

IR30030 Teanga na Gaeilge III B (Irish language III B) Spring

5

IR30410 An Nuaphrós Spring

5

Stage 4 Options - D)MIN0OF:
Stage 4 Irish Language Modules.
Students taking Irish as their language must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 4.
     
Stage 4 Options - E)MIN0OF:
Stage 4 Italian Language Modules.
Students taking Italian as their language must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 4.
     
ITAL30070 Italian Language III a Autumn

5

ITAL30110 Selected Twentieth-Century Italian Women Writers Autumn

5

ITAL30080 Italian Language III b Spring

5

ITAL30200 The Story of Italian 2: Modern Age and Today Spring

5

ITAL30260 Politics and Morals in Renaissance Italy Spring

5

Stage 4 Options - E)MIN0OF:
Stage 4 Italian Language Modules.
Students taking Italian as their language must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 4.
     
Stage 4 Options - F)MIN0OF:
Stage 4 Latin Language Modules.
Students taking Latin as their language must take the following 4 modules (25 credits) at stage 4.
     
LAT30110 Republic to Empire: Poetry of the Civil Wars Autumn

5

LAT30120 Virgil's Aeneid Autumn

5

GRC30320 Classics in Popular Culture Spring

5

LAT40010 Advanced Latin Texts Spring

10

Stage 4 Options - F)MIN0OF:
Stage 4 Latin Language Modules.
Students taking Latin as their language must take the following 4 modules (25 credits) at stage 4.
     
Stage 4 Options - G)MIN0OF:
Stage 4 Spanish Language Modules.
Students taking Spanish as their language must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 4.
     
SPAN30010 Spanish Language III a Autumn

5

SPAN30200 Surrealism in Spain and Mexico Autumn

5

SPAN30220 Identity, Sex & Sexuality in Post-Revolutionary Cuban Culture Autumn

5

SPAN30020 Spanish Language III b Spring

5

SPAN30230 Historical Memory in Spain: 21st Century Narrative and Film Spring

5

Stage 4 Options - G)MIN0OF:
Stage 4 Spanish Language Modules.
Students taking Spanish as their language must take the following 5 modules (25 credits) at stage 4.
     
Stage 4 Options - H)MIN1OF:
Stage 4 Pathway Option Modules. All students on the LLC pathway must pick at least one module from this list.
     
FR30050 Proust Autumn

5

FR30080 Reading Racine's Women Autumn

5

GER30190 Youth & Cruelty in Modernism Autumn

5

GRC30010 Ancient Medicine and Society Autumn

5

GRC30070 Family Life in Ancient Greece Autumn

5

GRC30290 Magic in the Ancient World Autumn

5

IR30450 An litríocht réigiúnach Autumn

5

IRFL30030 The Life Cycle Autumn

5

ITAL30290 Interwar Culture and Poetry Autumn

5

LING30030 Language Impairment Autumn

5

LING30080 Phonology 3 Autumn

5

SPAN30070 Latin American Literature II: To the Boom and Beyond Autumn

5

CCIV30070 Introduction to Early Irish 1 Spring

5

FR30300 Contemporary French Poetry Spring

5

GER30200 Research in German Spring

5

GRC30330 Death and the Afterlife in the Ancient World Spring

5

IR30100 Scéalta Rómánsacha 1300-1800 Spring

5

IR30460 Litríocht Uladh Spring

5

LING30060 First Language Acquisition Spring

5

LING30070 Syntax 3 Spring

5

SLL30050 Adaptations Spring

5

SPAN30060 Novel Under Franco Spring

5

SPAN30190 Spanish Poetry 2 Spring

5


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