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Senior Freshman - Sociology and Social Policy

  • Students must take compulsory modules to a value of 40 ECTS and optional modules to a value of 20 ECTS.
  • Modules chosen in SF year will determine the range of modules available to you in JS and SS years.
  • It is important to consider module prerequisites and programme requirements, which are outlined under each of the relevant years here.
  • Students wishing to take a Political Science module in Junior Sophister year must choose 20 ECTS credits for Political Science (PO) modules in Senior Fresh Year.
  • Students opting to take BC – Broad Curriculum Course for 5 ECTS must also take SS2139: Introduction to Irish Family Law. Students must register for BC courses via https://www.tcd.ie/Broad_Curriculum/

 

COMPULSORY MODULES

Module Code

Module Title ECTS Co-requisites

Prerequisites

Full Year Modules

SS2767

Irish Social Policy I

10

   

SS2785

Irish Social Policy II

10

   

Michaelmas Term Modules

SO2110 Introduction to Social Research 1 5 SO2111  

SO2160

Social Theory 1

5

SO2161  

Hilary Term Modules

SO2111

Introduction to Social Research 2

5

  SO2110

SO2161

Social Theory 2

5

  SO2160

OPTIONAL MODULES

Module Code

Module Title ECTS Co-requisites

Prerequisites

Full Year Modules

FR2040

French 2

10

  FR1010

GR2004

German 2

10

  GR1004

PLF200

Polish 2*

10

  PLF100

RUF200

Russian 2*

10

  RUF100

Michaelmas Term Modules

EC2120 Economy of Ireland A 5 EC2121 EC1010

SO2140

Gender, Work and Family 1

5

   
SO2150 Power, State & Social Movements 1 5    

PO2110

History of Political Thought A: The Greeks to the Renaissance

5

PO2111  
PO2140 International Relations A: Theories of International Politics 5 PO2141  

PO2150

Comparative Politics A

5

PO2151  

SS2139

Introduction to Family Law

5

   

Hilary Term Modules

EC2121

Economy of Ireland B

5

  EC1010, EC2120

SO2141

Gender, Work and Family 2

5

   
SO2151 Power, State & Social Movements 2 5    
PO2111 History of Political Thought B: Modernity and its Critics 5   PO2110
PO2141 International Relations B: Topics and Treaties 5   PO2140
PO2151 Comparative Politics B 5   PO2150
BC Broad Curriculum Course 5    

*Subject to availability