Degrees by CAO Code > DN511 English

DN511 English (ENS1)
School: English, Drama and Film



In your first year (called Stage 1) you take 12 modules over two semesters. You must study core modules in English and typically two further Arts subjects.

Stage 2 students progress with a major in English, students also get the chance to take a small number of elective modules from any School across the University during their degree programme.

See below for the full list of subjects. Further details per stage will be displayed when browsing through subject. Please note that some subject combinations may not be possible, for timetable or other reasons.

(Please Note:Stage 1 below is only applicable to direct entry students. Students entering the BA programme via DN500 (Omnibus) do not select specific majors until stage 2. DN500 students must apply to the relevant School for entry to a single major).




     Stage 1   Information
(50 Programme Credits, 10 Elective Credits)

     Stage 2   Information
(50 Programme Credits, 10 Elective Credits)
Core   Information  
CodeTitleSemesterCredit
ENG20400Critical TheorySemester One5
ENG20440Reading the story of Ireland: Irish Literature in EnglishSemester One5
ENG20450Writing and Performance in the Age of Shakespeare: Renaissance LiteratureSemester One5
ENG20490RomanticismSemester One5
ENG20650Spenser in IrelandSemester One5
ENG20230Reading Old English ISemester Two5
ENG20250Twentieth-Century Drama: From Naturalism to PostmodernismSemester Two5
ENG20410Reading Medieval LiteratureSemester Two5
ENG20430Modern American LiteratureSemester Two5
ENG20460From Victorian to Modern Literature, 1830-1914Semester Two5
 

     Stage 3   Information
(55 Programme Credits, 5 Elective Credits)
Core   Information  
CodeTitleSemesterCredit
ENG30570World Literature in EnglishSemester One5
ENG30970Dissertation Research MethodsSemester One5
ENG31480Advanced Medieval EnglishSemester One5
ENG30560DissertationSemester Two5
ENG31390Modernism and Women's FictionSemester Two5
 
Options   Information  
 
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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
ENG30150Medieval CelluloidSemester One5
ENG30180The Art and Practice of StagecraftSemester One5
ENG30400Talking AnimalsSemester One5
ENG31140The Body in Pain in Irish CultureSemester One5
ENG31300Jane Austen and her PeersSemester One5
ENG30350Paradise LostSemester One and Two5
ENG30660Literature and ScienceSemester One and Two5
ENG30770Fin-de-siecleSemester One and Two5
ENG31320Apocalypse Then: Old English LiteratureSemester One and Two5
ENG31460Architecture and Narrative: The Production of America 1800-1950Semester One and Two5
ENG31580Romanticism, Rights and RevoluSemester One and Two5
ENG31600Making the Eighteenth Century SelfSemester One and Two5
ENG30730J.M. Synge and the Ireland of his TimeSemester Two5
ENG30780Shakespeare in ContextSemester Two5
ENG31110Other Worlds in Medieval and Renaissance LiteratureSemester Two5
ENG31160Chaucer in ContextSemester Two5
ENG31200Renaissance Revenge TragedySemester Two5
ENG31440Shakespeare's GlobeSemester Two5
ENG31630Austen in ContextSemester Two5
 
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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
CRWT30040Creative WritingSemester One and Two5
ENG30450Theatres of ChangeSemester One5
ENG30480Reading Gender and SexualitySemester One5
ENG30490Reading JoyceSemester One5
ENG30520Reading UlyssesSemester One5
ENG31130Literary Studies and Digital HumanitiesSemester One5
ENG31430The Modern City in LiteratureSemester One5
ENG31450Reading the Irish RevivalSemester One5
ENG31500Nation, Genre & GenderSemester One5
ENG31650Poetic GeographiesSemester One5
ENG31700Theatre of Conor McPhersonSemester One5
ENG30080Contemporary Historical NovelSemester One and Two5
ENG30210Modern American Poetry and PoeticsSemester One and Two5
ENG30810American Literature Between the WarsSemester One and Two5
ENG30920Detecting Fictions: The Crime Novel in Britain, America and IrelandSemester One and Two5
ENG31000Irish Women's WritingSemester One and Two5
ENG31190Literature, Modernity, and the SeaSemester One and Two5
ENG31230Monsters of the Market: Zombs, Vamps and World LiteratureSemester One and Two5
ENG31330Reading BeckettSemester One and Two5
ENG31340Popular Fiction in Britain, 1900-1960Semester One and Two5
ENG31400Masculinities and Manhood in Irish Literature, Drama, and CultureSemester One and Two5
ENG31410Sexuality and the State in Irish Drama and CultureSemester One and Two5
ENG31470Sexuality & American Literary Modernism, 1900-1950Semester One and Two5
ENG30140Seamus Heaney and Modern Irish PoetrySemester Two5
ENG30590Post-War American FictionSemester Two5
ENG30820Theatre of Martin McDonaghSemester Two5
ENG31020Memory & the Irish StageSemester Two5
ENG31150Contemporary Irish Women's Poetry: Naming other WorldsSemester Two5
ENG31360Fiction and the Reading Public: Irish Fiction after 2005Semester Two5
ENG31490Contemporary Irish Writing: Race, Class, Gender & NationSemester Two5
ENG31640Gender and Sexuality in Modern Middle Eastern Literature and FilmSemester Two5
ENG31710Biopolitical ModernismSemester Two5
ENG31740A Literary History of Immigration, Emplacement, and Displacement in CanadaSemester Two5
IRST30100Irish GothicSemester Two5
IRST30180Gender, Culture and Society in IrelandSemester Two5
 

Core   Information  
CodeTitleSemesterCredit
ENG30570World Literature in EnglishSemester One5
ENG30970Dissertation Research MethodsSemester One5
ENG31480Advanced Medieval EnglishSemester One5
ENG30560DissertationSemester Two5
ENG31390Modernism and Women's FictionSemester Two5
 
Options   Information  
 
Select A)MIN2OF:   [Show Rule Details]
CodeTitleSemesterCredit
ENG30150Medieval CelluloidSemester One5
ENG30180The Art and Practice of StagecraftSemester One5
ENG30400Talking AnimalsSemester One5
ENG31140The Body in Pain in Irish CultureSemester One5
ENG31300Jane Austen and her PeersSemester One5
ENG30350Paradise LostSemester One and Two5
ENG30660Literature and ScienceSemester One and Two5
ENG30770Fin-de-siecleSemester One and Two5
ENG31320Apocalypse Then: Old English LiteratureSemester One and Two5
ENG31460Architecture and Narrative: The Production of America 1800-1950Semester One and Two5
ENG31580Romanticism, Rights and RevoluSemester One and Two5
ENG31600Making the Eighteenth Century SelfSemester One and Two5
ENG30730J.M. Synge and the Ireland of his TimeSemester Two5
ENG30780Shakespeare in ContextSemester Two5
ENG31110Other Worlds in Medieval and Renaissance LiteratureSemester Two5
ENG31160Chaucer in ContextSemester Two5
ENG31200Renaissance Revenge TragedySemester Two5
ENG31440Shakespeare's GlobeSemester Two5
ENG31630Austen in ContextSemester Two5
 
Select B)MIN2OF:   [Show Rule Details]
CodeTitleSemesterCredit
CRWT30040Creative WritingSemester One and Two5
ENG30450Theatres of ChangeSemester One5
ENG30480Reading Gender and SexualitySemester One5
ENG30490Reading JoyceSemester One5
ENG30520Reading UlyssesSemester One5
ENG31130Literary Studies and Digital HumanitiesSemester One5
ENG31430The Modern City in LiteratureSemester One5
ENG31450Reading the Irish RevivalSemester One5
ENG31500Nation, Genre & GenderSemester One5
ENG31650Poetic GeographiesSemester One5
ENG31700Theatre of Conor McPhersonSemester One5
ENG30080Contemporary Historical NovelSemester One and Two5
ENG30210Modern American Poetry and PoeticsSemester One and Two5
ENG30810American Literature Between the WarsSemester One and Two5
ENG30920Detecting Fictions: The Crime Novel in Britain, America and IrelandSemester One and Two5
ENG31000Irish Women's WritingSemester One and Two5
ENG31190Literature, Modernity, and the SeaSemester One and Two5
ENG31230Monsters of the Market: Zombs, Vamps and World LiteratureSemester One and Two5
ENG31330Reading BeckettSemester One and Two5
ENG31340Popular Fiction in Britain, 1900-1960Semester One and Two5
ENG31400Masculinities and Manhood in Irish Literature, Drama, and CultureSemester One and Two5
ENG31410Sexuality and the State in Irish Drama and CultureSemester One and Two5
ENG31470Sexuality & American Literary Modernism, 1900-1950Semester One and Two5
ENG30140Seamus Heaney and Modern Irish PoetrySemester Two5
ENG30590Post-War American FictionSemester Two5
ENG30820Theatre of Martin McDonaghSemester Two5
ENG31020Memory & the Irish StageSemester Two5
ENG31150Contemporary Irish Women's Poetry: Naming other WorldsSemester Two5
ENG31360Fiction and the Reading Public: Irish Fiction after 2005Semester Two5
ENG31490Contemporary Irish Writing: Race, Class, Gender & NationSemester Two5
ENG31640Gender and Sexuality in Modern Middle Eastern Literature and FilmSemester Two5
ENG31710Biopolitical ModernismSemester Two5
ENG31740A Literary History of Immigration, Emplacement, and Displacement in CanadaSemester Two5
IRST30100Irish GothicSemester Two5
IRST30180Gender, Culture and Society in IrelandSemester Two5
 

Curricular information is subject to change