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Joint Honors/Two-Subject-Moderatorship

Joint Honors / TSM allows students to study two arts subjects to degree level with advanced specialisation in one or both subjects depending on their course choices.

Starting with the 2019-2020 intake, students studying Religion and another subject will enter as Joint Honors students. This structure will allow more flexibility than the TSM degree, including, for the first time in Religion, the opportunity to study two subjects for the full four years. In addition students can take part in a range of international and European student exchanges.

You may combine the study Religion with one other subject as part of the joint honors – see below for the subject combinations possible. Students taking religion and another subject, who entered in 2018-2019 or earlier do so within the framework of the Two Subject Moderatorship Degree (TSM). Please visit the TSM website for further information

Online Pathway and Module Enrolment for 2020-21

If you are a Junior Freshman studying Religion as a Single or Joint Honors subject, after you have received your end of year results at the end of May 2020, you will be asked to make pathway and module selections in June 2020 for your Senior Freshman year. Enrolment for Trinity electives will also take place in June. Academic Registry will communicate how to make your selections on my.tcd.ie.

Information on pathway choices will run from early February to the end of March and you are urged to use the online resources available:

  • Your Trinity Pathways - pathway tools relevant to your programme, video case studies and an extensive FAQ section.

  • Your Trinity Education - read more about the seven features of Trinity Education.

  • Your Trinity Electives - learn about stand-alone 5ECTS modules you can take outside your core discipline. New modules rolling out for 2020-21 will be added during February.

Subject Combinations