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DN530 BA Humanities Classics, Art History & Archaeology (CAS1)
School: Classics



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.

Students on the Classics, Art History and Archaeology pathway will benefit from the inter-disciplinary study of the visual arts, archaeology, and material culture from prehistory and antiquity to the present day. In Classics, you will use literary and historical analysis along with the visual and material evidence to reconstruct the lost worlds of the Greek and Roman past; in Art History, you will learn the skills of visual analysis and learn how to read images in their social and cultural context; and in Archaeology, you will learn the principles and practices of archaeological approaches to material culture and landscapes in order to explore past human societies. Graduates will have skills in critical thinking and interdisciplinary analysis which will prepare them for careers in the cultural and heritage sector, education, archives, media, journalism, public service, museums and art galleries, research, and a wide range of private sector employment opportunities.





     Stage 1   Information
(55 Programme Credits, 5 Elective Credits, Area Notes )
Core   Information  
CodeTitleSemesterCredit
AH10040Tools of Art HistorySemester One5
AH10050European Art 1 - Giotto to MichelangeloSemester One5
ARCH10010Exploring ArchaeologySemester One5
ARCH10160The Human PastSemester One5
ARCH10050Intro archaeology of IrelandSemester Two5
CAHA10010Museums and CollectionsSemester One5
GRC10170Lost Cities of the Ancient WorldSemester One5
GRC10140Classical Myth: An IntroductionSemester Two5
GRC10200Classical GreeceSemester Two5
 
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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
AH10030Art and the Modern World: Impressionism, Independence and Intransigence in 19th century Art.Semester Two5
AH10060European Art 2: Caravaggio to TurnerSemester Two5
 
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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
ARCH10150Anthropology: an introductionSemester Two5
GRC10180The Age of AugustusSemester Two5
 

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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
GRC20030Early Roman EmpireSemester One5
GRC20130Study Tour of Ancient GreeceSemester One5
GRC20220Greeks, Romans, and BarbariansSemester One5
GRC20250Minoans, Mycenaeans and the Mediterranean WorldSemester Two5
GRC20260Roman Imperial MonumentsSemester Two5
 
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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
AH20070Art & Architecture of Classical AntiquitySemester Two5
AH20080Studies in AntiquitySemester Two5
 
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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
ARCH20510Archaeology of LandscapesSemester One5
ARCH20500Archaeology of ThingsSemester Two5
ARCH20520How Archaeologists Think: an introduction to archaeological theorySemester Two5
ARCH20530Christian, Islamic & Viking EuropeSemester Two5
ARCH20540Celtic & Mediterranean EuropeSemester Two5
 

Curricular information is subject to change