Bachelor of Arts Evening (Blended Learning)

Bachelor of Arts Evening (Blended Learning)

Designed for adult learners, the Evening BA/Diploma in Arts at University of Limerick is a four year degree/diploma programme. It offers students the option of a diploma after two years or a four year degree programme. Students choose from three of the four subjects on offer - History, Politics, Sociology or Literature. In years three and four students write a dissertation/final year project on a research topic of their choice. Classes take place in UL from 6.30pm to 9.30 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evening.

Certificate in History of Family and Genealogical Methods

Certificate in History of Family and Genealogical Methods

Further information and application form is available from the Department of Continuing and Professional Education: www.ul.ie/cpe

Certificate in the History of Art & Design

Certificate in the History of Art & Design

Further information and application form is available from the Department of Continuing and Professional Education: www.ul.ie/cpe

Certificate in Oral Heritage Studies

Certificate in Oral Heritage Studies

Further information and application form is available from the Department of Continuing and Professional Education: www.ul.ie/cpe

Certificate in Local History

Certificate in Local History

Further information and application form is available from the Department of Continuing and Professional Education: www.ul.ie/cpe

Bachelor of Arts in Voice and Dance

Bachelor of Arts in Voice and Dance

The aim of this programme is to provide you with the opportunity to specialise in either voice or dance, to study it as your primary discipline, and also to develop skills to perform works that include both voice and dance. You will explore existing works from across a spectrum of traditional and contemporary repertoires, and will also have the opportunity to create original compositions and choreographies. Tuition in this area will be offered in the form of solos and ensembles, technique classes and workshops by visiting and resident tutors with expertise in performance.

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology

This course allows you to examine a fascinating variety of human behaviours and social interactions, and opens up a wide variety of career opportunities. This combination of disciplines offers you the opportunity to develop and deepen your knowledge and understanding of how and why humans think and behave the way they do, and how they shape and are shaped by the society they live in. The programme will help you to understand and explore the complexities of the mind and society.

Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Relations

Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Relations

Politics is central to our lives: it determines how we live and what we think a good life is. Political news dominates the headlines and political solutions are the only solutions to most of the world’s problems. There will be no solution to the destruction of the environment without politics, no reduction of global poverty, no peace in the world’s trouble spots, and no social justice without politics. Yet how many people understand politics? How can we work for a better future without such understanding?

Bachelor of Arts in New Media and English

Bachelor of Arts in New Media and English

The B.A. in New Media and English is one of a number of two-subject degrees designed for students who wish to undertake specialised study in two subjects in the arts, humanities or social sciences, to degree level. The programme will enable you to develop expertise in English Literature, as well as explore in-depth the social and cultural consequences of New Media.

Bachelor of Laws (Law Plus)

Bachelor of Laws (Law Plus)

The study of law is an enriching educational experience that provides intellectual stimulation and an exposure to decision-making and argumentative skills. The Law Plus programme allows you to choose elective subjects in other courses including Politics, History, Psychology, Economics, Maths, Irish World Music and Dance and languages. You can therefore expect to have a wide variety of options open to you upon graduation.

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