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PPES Course Structure

Junior Fresh

In the Junior Fresh (first) year, you will take 60 ECTS worth of compulsory modules from within all four subjects:

  • Economics (including Mathematics and Statistics)
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Sociology

Senior Fresh

Pathway details are provided as a guideline, the below is subject to change.

In Senior Fresh (second) year students take 60 ECTS from within two or three of the four subjects, taking either

  1. 20 ECTS in Subject 1, 20 ECTS in Subject 2 and 20 ECTS in Subject 3, dropping one of the four subjects taken in Junior Fresh year or
  2. 20 ECTS in Subject 1, 20 ECTS in Subject 2, 10 ECTS from any of the available modules within the programme structure and 10 ECTS of Trinity Electives, dropping two of the four subjects taken in Junior Fresh year, or
  3. 40 ECTS in Subject 1 and 20 ECTS in Subject 2, dropping two of the four subjects taken in Junior Fresh year.
  4. 40 ECTS in Subject 1, 10 ECTS from any of the available modules within the programme structure and 10 ECTS of Trinity Electives

Junior and Senior Sophister

In Junior and Senior Sophister year, students can pursue the following:

  • Single Honor
    • Philosophy
    • Political Science
    • Economics
    • Sociology
  • Major/Minor
    • Major Economics
      • Minor Philosophy
      • Minor Political Science
      • Minor Sociology
    • Major Philosophy
      • Minor Political Science
      • Minor Economics
      • Minor Sociology
    • Major Political Science
      • Minor Philosophy
      • Minor Economics
      • Minor Sociology
    • Major Sociology
      • Minor Philosophy
      • Minor Political Science
      • Minor Economics
    • Joint Honor
      • Philosophy and Political Science
      • Philosophy and Economics
      • Philosophy and Sociology
      • Political Science and Economics
      • Political Science and Sociology
      • Sociology and Economics

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