Progression Requirements for Stage 2

Students are required to complete 60 credits at Stage 1.

A student may progress to Stage 2 with 50 credits at Stage 1 but they will need to have completed the outstanding credits for Stage 1 in order to obtain their BA degree.

In order to progress with a subject from Stage 1 to Stage 2 and take that subject to degree level, you need to be familiar with the Progression Requirements of that subject.

Most subjects require that you take at least 10 Level 1 credits in that subject area at Stage 1: some subjects require that you do more than 10 Level 1 credits in order to progress; some subjects require that you take specific modules in order to progress.

In order to confirm the progression requirements for a subject area, please click on the relevant year in which you will be entering/will have entered Stage 2.

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Information for BA Students entering Stage 2 in 2018-2019

What Can I Study in Stage 2?

 

Either Or      
Single Subject Major* Joint Major              
Major subject = 50 credits Major subject = 25 credits
  Major subject = 25 credits
Elective modules = 10 credits

Elective modules =10 credits

 Total = 60 credits  Total = 60 credits

PLEASE NOTE 

*Single Subject Majors are not offered in every subject area. The following subjects offer a Single Subject Major in Stage 2: Archaeology; Economics; English; History; Philosophy; Politics and International Relations. Students should contact the relevant School regarding procedures around applying for a Single Subject Major.

SUBJECT CHOICE GRID

Please note that subjects grouped together are currently timetabled together. Therefore two subjects should NOT be selected from the same grouping.

A Art History; Economics; Greek and Roman Civilisation; Irish Folklore; Linguistics; Portuguese*
B Greek; History; Music; Statistics
C German; Information and Social Computing; Irish Studies; Latin; Mathematical Studies; Philosophy; Spanish
D Archaeology; English; Politics
E Irish; Italian; Sociology
F Celtic Civilisation; French; Geography; Psychology**

* Portuguese cannot be studied in Stage 2. Students may avail of electives in Portuguese subject to the University's regulations on taking electives.

** Psychology cannot be studied in Stage 2 as part of DN500. Students may avail of electives in Psychology subject to the University's regulations on taking electives.

MODULES REQUIRED FOR SUBJECT PROGRESION

To see what modules are required for progression in each subject click on the relevant link below:

Subject progression requirements for students entering Stage 2 BA Joint Honours (DN500) in the 2018-2019 academic year.
 


INFORMATION FOR DENOMINATED (SINGLE MAJOR) DEGREE PROGRAMMES

BA Denominated Subject students must take 50 credits in their subject in Stage 2 and 50 credits in Stage 3. In Stage 2 students can also take 10 elective credits from any subject area across the University, provided they do not clash with their core timetable.  In Stage 3 students can again take 10 elective credits from any subject area across the University, provided they do not clash with their core timetable.

For further information please refer to the Curriculum Browser for programme and module details.

Information for BA Students entering Stage 2 in 2017-2018

What Can I Study in Stage 2?

 

Either Or      
Single Subject Major* Joint Major              
Major subject = 50 credits Major subject = 25 credits
  Major subject = 25 credits
Elective modules = 10 credits

Elective modules =10 credits

 Total = 60 credits  Total = 60 credits

PLEASE NOTE 

*Single Subject Majors are not offered in every subject area. The following subjects offer a Single Subject Major in Stage 2: Archaeology; Economics; English; History; Philosophy; Politics and International Relations. Students should contact the relevant School regarding procedures around applying for a Single Subject Major.

SUBJECT CHOICE GRID

Please note that subjects grouped together are currently timetabled together. Therefore two subjects should NOT be selected from the same grouping.

A Art History; Economics; Greek and Roman Civilisation; Irish Folklore; Linguistics; Portuguese*
B Greek; History; Music; Statistics
C German; Information Studies; Irish Studies; Latin; Mathematical Studies; Philosophy; Spanish
D Archaeology; English; Politics
E Irish; Italian; Sociology
F Celltic Civilisation; French; Geography; Psychology**

* Portuguese cannot be studied in Stage 2. Students may avail of electives in Portuguese subject to the university's regulations on taking electives.

** Psychology cannot be studied in Stage 2 as part of DN500. Students may avail of electives in Psychology subject to the university's regulations on taking electives.

WHAT SUBJECTS CAN I PROGRESS WITH?

Subject progression requirements for students entering Stage 2 BA Joint Honours (DN500) in the 2017-2018 academic year.

Subject progression requirements for students entering Stage 2 BA International Modern Languages (DN541) in the 2017-2018 academic year?


INFORMATION FOR DENOMINATED (SINGLE MAJOR) DEGREE PROGRAMMES

BA Denominated Subject students must take 50 credits their subject in Stage 2 and 50 credits in Stage 3. In Stage 2 students can also take 10 elective credits from any subject area across the University, provided they do not clash with their core timetable.  In Stage 3 students can again take 10 elective credits from any subject area across the University, provided they do not clash with their core timetable.

For further information please refer to the Curriculum Browser for programme and module details.

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Information for BA Students entering Stage 2 in 2016-2017

What Can I Study in Stage 2?

 

Either Or      
Single Subject Major* Joint Major              
Major subject = 50 credits Major subject = 25 credits
  Major subject = 25 credits
Elective modules = 10 credits

Elective modules =10 credits

 Total = 60 credits  Total = 60 credits

PLEASE NOTE 

*Single Subject Majors are not offered in every subject area. The following subjects offer a Single Subject Major in Stage 2: Archaeology; Economics; English; History; Philosophy; Politics and International Relations. Students should contact the relevant School regarding procedures around applying for a Single Subject Major.

SUBJECT CHOICE GRID

Please note that subjects grouped together are currently timetabled together. Therefore two subjects should NOT be selected from the same grouping.

A Art History; Economics; Greek and Roman Civilisation; Irish Folklore; Linguistics; Portuguese*
B Greek; History; Music; Statistics
C German; Information Studies; Irish Studies; Latin; Mathematical Studies; Philosophy; Spanish
D Archaeology; English; Politics
E Irish; Italian; Sociology
F Celltic Civilisation; French; Geography; Psychology**

* Portuguese cannot be studied in Stage 2. Students may avail of electives in Portuguese subject to the university's regulations on taking electives.

** Psychology cannot be studied in Stage 2 as part of DN500. Students may avail of electives in Psychology subject to the university's regulations on taking electives.

WHAT SUBJECTS CAN I PROGRESS WITH?

Subject progression requirements for students entering Stage 2 BA Joint Honours (DN500) in the 2016-2017 academic year.

Subject progression requirements for students entering Stage 2 BA International Modern Languages (DN541) in the 2016-2017 academic year?


INFORMATION FOR DENOMINATED (SINGLE MAJOR) DEGREE PROGRAMMES

BA Denominated Subject students must take 50 credits their subject in Stage 2 and 50 credits in Stage 3. In Stage 2 students can also take 10 elective credits from any subject area across the University, provided they do not clash with their core timetable.  In Stage 3 students can again take 10 elective credits from any subject area across the University, provided they do not clash with their core timetable.

Economics students (DN510)

English students (DN511)

History students (DN515)

Philosophy students (DN518)

Psychology students (DN519)

Information for students wishing to enter BMus

For further information please refer to the Curriculum Browser for programme and module details.

Information for BA Students entering Stage 2 in 2015-2016

What Can I Study in Stage 2?

 

Either Or      
Single Subject Major* Joint Major              
Major subject = 50 credits Major subject = 25 credits
  Major subject = 25 credits
Elective modules = 10 credits

Elective modules =10 credits

 Total = 60 credits  Total = 60 credits

PLEASE NOTE 

*Single Subject Majors are not offered in every subject area. The following subjects offer a Single Subject Major in Stage 2: Archaeology; Economics; English; History; Philosophy; Politics and International Relations. Students should contact the relevant School regarding procedures around applying for a Single Subject Major.

SUBJECT CHOICE GRID

Please note that subjects grouped together are currently timetabled together. Therefore two subjects should NOT be selected from the same grouping.

A Art History; Economics; Greek and Roman Civilisation; Irish Folklore; Linguistics; Portuguese*
B Greek; History; Music; Statistics
C German; Information Studies; Irish Studies; Latin; Mathematical Studies; Philosophy; Spanish
D Archaeology; English; Politics
E Irish; Italian; Sociology
F Celltic Civilisation; French; Geography; Psychology**

* Portuguese cannot be studied in Stage 2. Students may avail of electives in Portuguese subject to the university's regulations on taking electives.

** Psychology cannot be studied in Stage 2 as part of DN500. Students may avail of electives in Psychology subject to the university's regulations on taking electives.

WHAT SUBJECTS CAN I PROGRESS WITH?

Subject progression requirements for students entering Stage 2 BA Joint Honours (DN500) in the 2015-2016 academic year.


INFORMATION FOR DENOMINATED (SINGLE MAJOR) DEGREE PROGRAMMES

BA Denominated sBject students must take 50 credits their subject in Stage 2 and 50 credits in Stage 3. In Stage 2 students can also take 10 elective credits from any subject area across the University, provided they do not clash with their core timetable.  In Stage 3 students can again take 10 elective credits from any subject area across the University, provided they do not clash with their core timetable.

For further information please refer to the Curriculum Browser for programme and module details.

Information for BA Students entering Stage 2 in 2014-2015

What Can I Study in Stage 2?

 

Either Or   
Single Subject Major* Joint Major            
Major subject = 100 credits Major Subject = 50 credits
  Major Subject = 50 credits
Elective module = 20 credits Elective module = 20 credits
Total = 120 credits Total = 120 credits

PLEASE NOTE
Stage 2 is a 120-credit stage which you are required to complete over four semesters.

*Single Subject Majors are not offered in every subject area.  The following subjects offer a Single Subject Major in Stage 2: Archaeology; Economics; English; History; Philosophy; Politics and International Relations.  Students should contact the relevantSchool regarding procedures around applying for a Single Major.

SUBJECT CHOICE GRID

Please note that subjects grouped together are currently timetabled together. Therefore two subjects should NOT be selected from the same grouping.

 

A    

Art History; Economics; Greek and Roman Civilisation; Irish Folklore; Linguistics; Portuguese*
B Greek; History; Music; Statistics
C German; Information Studies; Irish Studies; Latin; Mathematical Studies; Spanish
D Archaeology; English; Politics
E Irish; Italian; Philosophy; Sociology
F Celtic Civilisation; French; Geography; Psychology**

*Portuguese cannot be studied in Stage 2 as part of DN500.  Students may avail of electives in Portuguese subject to the university's regulations on taking electives.

**Psychology cannot be studied in Stage 2 as part of DN500. Students may avail of electives in Psychology subject to the university's regulations on taking electives.

WHAT SUBJECTS CAN I PROGRESS WITH

 

INFORMATION FOR SINGLE MAJOR (100 CREDITS) DEGREE PROGRAMMES

BA Denominated sBject students must take 50 credits their subject in Stage 2 and 50 credits in Stage 3. In Stage 2 students can also take 10 elective credits from any subject area across the University, provided they do not clash with their core timetable.  In Stage 3 students can again take 10 elective credits from any subject area across the University, provided they do not clash with their core timetable.

For further information please refer to the Curriculum Browser for programme and module details.