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How You Can Study Politics

Politics and International Relations at UCD can be studies as part of the following degree programmes.

BSc Social Sciences (DN700)

Joint Major / Single Major

Students can study Politics as a joint major with one of the following subjects: Archaeology, Economics, Geography, Information and Communication Studies, Mathematics, Philosophy, Sociology, Social Justice, Statistics

Studentsy can opt for a single major in Politics & International Relations in Year 3 and 4.

PPE (Philosophy, Politics and Economics)
Politics with Language Minor 

Students can study Politics as a major and one of the following languages as a minor: Chinese, French, German, Irish, Italian, Spanish

Computational Social Science with Politics Minor 

BA Humanities (DN530) 

History & Politics 

BCL (DN600)

Law with Politics

Open Day Talk by Dr Tobias Theiler

Further Queries: 

Please note that the School is not involved in the admissions process of undergraduate students, including CAO applicants, mature students, international applicants or transfer students. If you have queries related to the admission processes, please refer to the UCD Admissions and/or contact the UCD Student Desk.

If you have queries related to the contents of Politics and International Relations, please contact the School's Teaching & Learning Director, Dr Joseph Lacey at joseph.lacey1@ucd.ie. For administrative queries, please contact the School Office at spire@ucd.ie

The UCD Undergraduate Prospectus is available online.

UCD School of Politics and International Relations (SPIRe)

School Office: G301, Newman Building, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland.