Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Laws Evening Degree

Bachelor of Laws Evening Degree

Bachelor of Arts in Applied Languages

Bachelor of Arts in Applied Languages

Do you enjoy speaking languages and finding out about the countries in which they are spoken? Are you also interested in language itself – why languages are different, why people in different places speak differently, how we communicate? Do you enjoy travelling and getting to know other cultures in depth? Would you like to acquire specialist skills, such as Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) or Technical Communication while you study languages? Would you like to combine your study of languages with the study of subjects like Marketing or Politics and International Relations?

Bachelor of Arts in Politics & Public Administration

Bachelor of Arts in Politics & Public Administration

The Politics and Public Administration course is particularly attractive if you are curious about how the political system operates. It is also very beneficial if you are uncertain about your future career choices and would like to pursue a general programme of study. The course has a combination of Arts, Humanities, Social Science and Business subjects that will enable you to develop a range of transferable skills.

Structured PhD in TESOL

Structured PhD in TESOL

Engage students with a range of concepts, methods, theories and knowledge derived from English language education and applied linguistics research. Educate students to work with a range of English language educational problems across a variety of international contexts. Enable students to develop research projects which will directly impact on their professional practice. Expose students to a linguistically and culturally diverse educational experience. Enrich students’ understanding of the discipline they teach.

Structured PhD in Social Science

Structured PhD in Social Science

Provides a core taught programme in social science so that students can locate their research in the wider context of social science; Provides a core programme that will give graduates skills to cope with changing social and economic demands for social science research; Provides specialist disciplinary teaching for graduates so that they can teach and develop research to the best international standards; Facilitates student research that is at the forefront of social science methodological developments and subject specific knowledge; Generates student research work that will contribute to t

Structured PhD in Politics

Structured PhD in Politics

The Structured PhD in Politics is a four year, full-time programme designed to provide students with the training they need to become professional political scientists. It combines advanced training in the methods of political science research with specialised training in at least one disciplinary subfield and the completion of an original thesis. The taught component of the programme is largely concentrated in the first year of study.

Structured PhD in New Media and Film

Structured PhD in New Media and Film

To enable students to locate their research in the wider context of digital media and film studies by providing a taught component in relevant areas To enable students to develop skills with which to meet changing demands for research in digital media and film by providing a taught component including generic skills courses To enable students to teach and develop their research to international standards by providing specialist disciplinary education for its graduates To develop students’ skills as autonomous researchers, able to evaluate different research problems, select and apply approp

Structured PhD in Criminal Justice

Structured PhD in Criminal Justice

Locate their research in the wider context of criminal justice; Create a body of work which offers critical and original perspectives on existing knowledge, or opens up new fields of study, in criminal justice; Demonstrate a strong foundation in theoretical and methodological principles relevant to their research question; Engage in research related activities which enhance their transferable skills; Work as an active and autonomous researcher.

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice

The BA (Criminal Justice) is administered by the School of Law which boasts considerable expertise in the criminal justice area. The Centre for Criminal Justice was established at the School of Law in 1997 and is a national centre of excellence for criminal justice research. Students of criminal justice in the University of Limerick will thus be taught by experts in the area who have published widely both nationally and internationally on criminal justice topics.

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