Structured Elective - ALC 3 Applied Japanese
What is this Structured Elective about?
In this structured elective, emphasis is placed on learning a language for work or study internationally. The focus is on functional language for use in social, professional or scholarly environments. On completion of these modules, students should be able to communicate in Japanese at beginner, intermediate or advanced level, speak, understand, read and write in Japanese to the specified CEFR level and demonstrate better awareness of cultural issues in relation to Japan.
Why should I take this Structured Elective?
The aim of this structured elective is to prepare students for greater mobility socially, professionally or academically and modules can be chosen to complement students’ studies or work opportunities in Ireland or internationally.
How would this Structured Elective benefit me?
Competence in global languages is increasingly valued in a multilingual, international work environment in Ireland and overseas.
How do I take the modules in this Structured Elective & what are they?
Students who have completed at least 15 credits (from September 2017) from the set of specified electives will have an elective specialisation in Applied Japanese. Electives taken at any stage of their programme may be included. Students will not register for this elective specialisation in advance. It will be awarded post hoc based on the electives they have chosen during their undergraduate studies. No guarantee will be given to students that it will be possible to take 15 credits from the set. This will depend on module places being available and on the exigencies of the timetable. Pre-requisites apply to some modules.
|At least 3 from:
|Japanese Language & Culture 1
Japanese Language & Culture 2
Japanese Language & Culture 3a
Japanese Language & Culture 3b
Japanese Language & Culture 4