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 the single Honor Course TR022 only.
The Irish Department contributes to two interdisciplinary undergraduate programmes. Irish Studies (BA, 4 years) looks at Ireland through the disciplines of Irish, History, English and more. The last intake to this course was in 2015-16. This degree will phase out after that. 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 with Modern Irish (TR---)
- Joint Honors with Early Irish (TR---)
- Computer Science and Language (TR039)
- Irish Studies (TR027)