College of Arts and Humanities Research Modules

All students registering to the Structured PhD Degree programme are required to gain 30 credits across a range of modules during the course of their PhD programme.   All modules will be selected in consultation and agreement with your Principal Supervisor.  To register for modules, students are required to complete the module registration form which is available from your School Office after seeking the agreement of the Module Coordinator(s) and your Principal Supervisor.  The completed module registration form, containing all the relevant signatures is then returned to your School Office who will arrange to register you to your chosen modules.  

There is a large selection of modules available across the University, both discipline-specific modules and research skills modules. 

Below is an indicative list of modules by School in the UCD College of Arts and Humanities.

 

 

 

PhD Students will be required to take some of these modules – Please contact the School Office for further information.  These modules are also open to PhD students from other UCD Schools.

 

PhD Students will normally be required to take modules in Greek or Latin.  Beginner's modules are available to learn both languages.  For further information, please contact the School Office. These modules are also open to PhD students from other UCD Schools. 

 

LATIN

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

 

 

GREEK

Level 1

 

Level 2

 

Level 3

 

 

PhD students are required to take modules 2 of the 3 modules listed.  They are School specific and are not open to students from other Schools.

Level 5 modules currently offered by the School:

 

Compulsory for all research students in the UCD School of History.

All School’s level 4 modules are available to PhD students both in the School and across the University on condition that the School has in-programme students registered to the modules.

PhD Students are not required to take specific modules. They can choose from seminars, teaching practice and also the colloquium.  PhD students from other Schools who wish to register to these modules must contact the School Office in the first instance.