UCD College of Social Sciences & Law offer graduate degrees including Taught Masters, Research Masters and Doctorates in Archaeology, Economics, Geography, Information & Communication Studies, Law, Philosophy, Politics & International Relations, Psychology, Social Policy, and Sociology.
The UCD School of Mathematics and Statistics delivers a wide range of taught and research programmes at graduate level. These programmes reflect the breadth of our disciplines and research activity as well as the ubiquity of mathematical sciences in modern scientific research.
Our Graduate Research programmes (Masters by Research & PhD) provide you with the opportunity to engage in supervised research on a topic of current interest in one of the disciplines of the School. You should have a strong background and proven ability in the relevant discipline. If you are interested in pursuing this option we would advise you to familiarize yourself with the Research in the School and to contact prospective supervisors among the academic staff.
Taught Masters Programmes
Our Taught Masters programmes are intended to bring you to a level of knowledge and understanding where they can confidently begin to study modern research literature, and can prepare to embark on a research project of your own (under supervision). A crucial component of these programmes is a dissertation counting for up to one third of the workload.