Early and Modern Irish are taught as two separate undergraduate subjects in the Irish department. You may take them together as a single honor course in Early and Modern Irish (BA, 4 years) or combined individually with a number of other subjects as part of a Two Subject Moderatorship (BA, 4 years). From 2019, Early Irish will be available as part of the Single Honor Course TR022 only.
The Irish Department contributes to two interdisciplinary undergraduate programmes. European Studies (BA, 4 years) looks at Europe through the disciplines of History, Politics and more, and students take two European languages as part of their studies. The first intake to this course will be in 2020. Computer Science and Language (BA, 4 years) combines the study of Computer Science, Linguistics and a language of your choice (French, German or Irish).
For further information about our undergraduate courses, please follow the links below:
- Single Honor Degree in Early and Modern Irish (TR022)
- Joint Honors / TSM with Modern Irish (TR---)
- TSM with Early Irish (TR---) (Continuing students only)
- Computer Science and Language (TR039)