- Food, Diet and Health
- Towards a Sustainable and Healthy Society: Food, Agriculture and the Environment
- Hispanic Culture
- Statistics and Data Analytics
- Contemporary Issues in Health & Lifestyle
- Mathematics with Applications
- Innovation for Change
- Introduction to Earth Sciences and Global Change
- Image Processing
- Chinese Studies
- Business Fundamentals
- Introduction to Computer Science
What is a Structured Elective?
A Structured Elective means taking your elective credits in a structured manner over the course of your programme to form a small but coherent block amounting to a minimum of 15 credits.
Note: In order to receive a Structured Elective in a given area you must take the required modules as Elective modules and not as Core or Option modules. Not all modules are offered in a given year.
Remember, if you take a Structured Elective it will appear on your official UCD Transcript, and this means future employers will see that you have a block of credits in a specific area.
Structured Electives currently available in UCD
Information & Communication Studies
- Philosophy of Mind and Science
- History of Philosophy
- Ethics and Society
- Existential Philosophy & Critical Theory
Social Policy, Social Work & Social Justice