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Module Enrolment - Module Directory

This module directory includes the application process and all information required to enrol in two kinds of modules at Trinity, Broad Curriculum Modules and Visiting Student Modules.

Broad Curriculum modules are open to full time undergraduate students.

Visiting student modules are open to Study Abroad, Erasmus and Postgraduate (not reading for a degree) students.

Please click into the relevant area for more information

Visiting & Erasmus Students

Module Enrolment information and school meeting times

Visiting students should use the module enrolment form and submit it to the Academic Registry to officially enrol in classes only once they have arrived in Trinity. The Academic Registry is responsible for the administration of enrolling you on modules only, all queries about the academic side of your classes should be directed to the relevant academic department.

Hilary Term Visiting and Erasmus student module enrolment will take place this year from the January 15th to 24th 2018, between the hours of 9:00am and 2:00pm.

Students wishing to submit their choices should:

  • Print their Module Enrolment Form.
  • Input their choices based on module codes in the Module Directory below.
  • Bring their completed form to the relevant schools for sign off.
  • Submit their forms to the module enrolment office in the Academic Registry service desk in the Watts building between 9:00am and 2:00pm.
  • Students cannot enrol for clashing modules, this may cause problems with their exam scheduling and transcript production.

This will not be accepted without signatures from the departmental Visiting/Erasmus Coordinator for each module selected.

Where the abbreviations JF, SF, JS and SS are used, they refer to Junior Freshman (first year), Senior Freshman (second year), Junior Sophister (third year) and Senior Sophister (fourth year). Students are encouraged to consider courses in years below their own, as higher level classes often fill up first.

Closer to the beiginning of term the details of the Schools/Departments meetings for incoming Erasmus and visiting students will become available. Students are also encouraged to go to the School to which they have been accepted where the secretary/Executive Officer will be able to advise which academic staff member you need to meet with to discuss module choices.

 

Visiting Student - Module Directory

Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics and Science

General Science Course Specialised Departments

Broad Curriculum

The Senior Lecturer/Dean of Undergraduate Studies is responsible for the academic development of the Broad Curriculum cross-faculty programme. There are two kinds of broad curriculum modules, Cross-Faculty and Language.

All cross-faculty modules are centrally administered by staff within Academic Registry (including registrations, module changes and withdrawals, processing and publication of marks), while module content, teaching and assessment are the responsibility of the relevant discipline(s).

The Centre for Language and Communication Studies (CLCS, School of Linguistic, Speech and Communication Sciences) offers languafge modules to students who do not study a language as part of their course. Any questions on the language application and these modules should be directed to CLCS.

For more information on the background of Broad Curriculum, and the relevant policies, please see the Academic Registry website.

Making an Application

Language Broad Curriculum Modules (Applications for 17/18 Now CLOSED)

Cross-Faculty Broad Curriculum (Applications for 17/18 Now CLOSED)

Applications to Broad Curriculum modules are made through the applications below. Cross-Faculty Broad Curriculum modules are enrolled by the Academic Registry; all queries in relation to the application form should be directed to the Academic Registry Service Desk for attention of the Broad Curriculum staff. Any questions in relation to the modules and academic content should be directed to the relevant department.

It is important that you read the relevant credit regulations for your course on each application form before you apply to ensure you are eligible to take this module.

Apply for a Cross-Faculty Broad Curriculum Module

Please note that your Broad Curriculum module(s) will not appear on your timetable until September 2017 and within a few days for applications submitted after September, you will not be notified of your registration by email your registered module will be visible in your student portal at mytcd.ie (not on Blackboard until later). You should not expect to be registrated before this time, although we will contact you at any point if none of your submitted preferences fit your timetable. Please note that submitting an application does not guarantee you a place in any module.

Broad Curriculum Module Directory

Broad Curriculum Language Modules

MODULES
Croatian A1
 
French A1
French B1
German A1
German B1
Irish B1
 
Japanese A1
Japanese A2
Korean A1
Mandarin A1
Mandarin A2
Spanish A1
Spanish B1

 

 

GUIDE TO LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY LEVELS
Sign up for :
A1 level
…if you have never studied this language before, although you may know some very basic words and phrases.
A2 level

…if you can already understand and say some basic phrases, if you can introduce yourself, ask and answer questions about personal details, if you can interact in a simple way when people speak slowly.

B1 level

…if you can already describe who you are, where you come from, exchange information and communicate in routine tasks (shopping, directions, work). Pass in Leaving Certificate required.

 

CLCS Language Modules Timetable BC & Extracurricular

NB: All classes start in Week 2 of Michaelmas term.

All Broad Curriculum language modules must be taken over two terms, and are worth 5 credits.

TIMETABLE 2016-2017
MODULE
CODE
DAY
TIME
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
German B1 (Non-beginners)
LIGR03
Monday
6-8pm
3071
TBC
French B1 (Non-beginners)
LIFR01
Monday
6-8pm
3051
Valerie O'Reilly
Japanese A1 (Beginners)
LIJP01
Monday
6-7.30pm
5025
Keiko Inoue
Japanese A2 (Beginners)
LIJP02
Monday
7.30-9pm
5025
Keiko Inoue
 
Mandarin A1(Beginners)
LIMA01
Tuesday
6-7.30pm
3106
TBC
Mandarin A2 (Beginners)
LIMAO2
Tuesday
7.30-9pm
3106
TBC
Spanish B1 (Non-beginners)
LISP01
Tuesday
6-8pm
3051
Rosa Ana Lozano
Irish B1 (Non-beginners)
LIIR01
Tuesday
6-8pm
5025
Colin Flynn
 
Spanish A1 (Beginners)
LISP03
Wednesday
6-8pm
3071
Rosa Ana Lozano
French B1 (Non-beginners)
LIFR01
Wednesday
6-8pm
3051
Florence Signorini
German A1 (Beginners)
LIGR01
Wednesday
6-8pm
4047
TBC
 
French A1 (Beginners)
LIFR03
Thursday
6-8pm
5052
Florence Signorini
Korean A1 (Beginners)
LIKR01
Thursday
6-8pm
3051
Eun-jee Do
Croation A1 (Beginners)
LICR01
Thursday
6-8pm
3069
Frane Karabatic

All classrooms are located in the Arts Building.

For further details please see:- www.tcd.ie/slscs/undergraduate/clcs-language-modules/.

 

 

Broad Curriculum Cross-Faculty Modules

Module Title
(please click on title for module outline)
Teaching Term
Schools/Lecturers

BCASIA - Introduction to Contemporary Asian Studies

Hilary Term

Centre for Asian Studies

Dr Adrian Tien

tiena@tcd.ie

BCBUS1 – The Spirit of Entrepreneurship
Course Full

Hilary Term

School of Business

Mr John Quilliam

quilliaj@tcd.ie

BCCLA1 - Greek Art & Architecture
Michaelmas Term

School of Histories & Humanities (Classics)

Dr Hazel Dodge

hdodge@tcd.ie

BCCLA2 - Roman Art & Architecture
Hilary Term

School of Histories & Humanities (Classics)

Dr Hazel Dodge

hdodge@tcd.ie

BCCLG1 - Introduction to Greek Language and Culture
Hilary Term

School of Histories & Humanities (Classics)

Professor Brian McGing

bmcging@tcd.ie

BCCLL1 - Introduction to Latin Language

Course Full

Michaelmas Term

School of Histories & Humanities (Classics)

Professor Anna Chahoud

chahouda@tcd.ie

BCTHEO - The Book of Kells & Early Irish Texts
Hilary Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology

Dr Fáinche Ryan faryan@tcd.ie

Dr Cornelius Casey cocasey@tcd.ie

BCRE01 - Religions in the Ancient Mediterranean
Michaelmas Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

 

BCRE03 - Contemporary Theories of Religion
Michaelmas Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Professor Alexandra Grieser

griesera@tcd.ie

BCRE04 - The Qur'an and its History of Reception

Hilary Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Dr Walter Young

BCRE05 - Religion, Media & the Public Sphere
Hilary Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Professor Alexandra Grieser

griesera@tcd.ie

BCRE06 - Approaches to the Study of Religion
Hilary Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Professor Alexandra Grieser

griesera@tcd.ie

BCRE07 - Eras and Classical Authors in the History of Christian Thinking
Michaelmas Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Professor Cathriona Russell

russellc@tcd.ie

BCRE08 - Religion in Public: Great Speeches
Michaelmas Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Professors: Profs. A. Grieser, C. Russell, Dr. Young, M. Junker-Kenny

russellc@tcd.ie

BCRE14 - Introduction to the New Testament
Hilary Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Dr Daniele Pevarello (ext. 1297)

pevareld@tcd.ie

BCRE16 - Key Themes in Theology
Hilary Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Professor Maureen. Junker-Kenny (ext. 1044)

maureen.junker-kenny@tcd.ie

BCRE17 - Religion in Public Great Images
Hilary Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Professors: Daniele Pevarello, Cathriona Russell, Dr Walter Young, Dr Gesa Thiessen

russellc@tcd.ie

BCRE21 - Contemporary Ethical Issues
Hilary Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Professor Maureen. Junker-Kenny (ext. 1044)

maureen.junker-kenny@tcd.ie

BCRE23 - Christology Jesus in the first century, at turning points of Christian thinking, in
music and film
Michaelmas Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Professor Daniele Pevarello, Maureen. Junker-Kenny (ext. 1044)

maureen.junker-kenny@tcd.ie

BCRE24 - Hermeneutics the Bible, classical texts, modern disputes, the environment
Hilary Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Professor Cathriona Russell

russellc@tcd.ie

BCRE25 - Approaches to Theological Ethics
Michaelmas Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Professor Maureen. Junker-Kenny (ext. 1044)

maureen.junker-kenny@tcd.ie

BCRE26 - Great Controversies in the Histories of Monotheism
Michaelmas Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Professors: Daniele Pevarello, Cathriona Russell, Dr Walter Young, Maureen Junker-Kenny

russellc@tcd.ie

BCRE28 - The Historical Jesus and the Gospels
Michaelmas Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Pror Dr. Benjamin Wold

woldb@tcd.ie

BCRE29 - The End of the World The Johannine Writings
Hilary Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Pror Dr. Benjamin Wold

woldb@tcd.ie

BCRE30 - Ethics in Sport and Media Ethics
Michaelmas Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Pror John Scally

jscally@tcd.ie

BCRE31 - Comparative Religious Ethics in Christianity, Islam and Buddhism
Hilary Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Profs. L. Hogan, Jude Lal Fernando, ISE, and Dr W. Young


lhogan2@tcd.ie

BCRE32 - World Christianities: Africa and Asia
Hilary Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Dr Patrick Claffey (ext. 1297)

pclaffey@tcd.ie

BCRE34 - Current Expressions & Movements in Christianity, Hinduism & Islam
Hilary Term

School of Religions, Peace Studies & Theology (Religions and Theology)

Prof Patrick Claffey

BCENG – Understanding Literature
Michaelmas Term

School of English

Dr Padraic Whyte

BCFSS – Ireland and the Cinema

Course Full

Hilary Term

School of Drama, Film and Music

Professor Kevin Rockett

krockett@tcd.ie

BCGEOL – Planet Earth
Hilary Term

School of Natural Sciences (Geology)

Dr Chris Nicholas

nicholyj@tcd.ie

BCHA1 - Making & Meaning in Irish Art I
Michaelmas Term

School of Histories and Humanities (History of Art)

Dr Angela Griffith

griffiam@tcd.ie

BCHA2 – Making and Meaning in Irish Art II
Hilary Term

School of Histories and Humanities (History of Art)

Dr Angela Griffith

griffiam@tcd.ie

BCHIS5 – Human and Nature in History
Hilary Term

School of Histories and Humanities (History)

Dr Katja Bruisch

 

BCHIS6 - Life in Modern Ireland
Michaelmas Term

School of Histories and Humanities (History)

Professor Ciaran O’Neill

ciaran.oneill@tcd.ie

BCLAW2 - The Prison System

TBC

School of Law

Dr Mary Rogan (ext 4271)

mary.rogan@tcd.ie

BCLNG1 – Language, the Individual and society
Michaelmas Term

School of Linguistics, Speech and Communication Sciences

Prof. O’Rourke:

breffni.orourke@tcd.ie

BCLNG2 – Language and the mind
Hilary Term

School of Linguistics, Speech and Communication Sciences

Dr O Rourke

breffni.orourke@tcd.ie

BCNM01 - Human Rights and the Middle East
Hilary Term

School of Languages, Literature and Cultural Studies (Near & Middle Eastern Studies)

Dr Roja Fazaeli

fazaelr@tcd.ie

BCNM06 - Rabbis, Poets, Mystics and Messiahs Jews in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods
Michaelmas Term

School of Languages, Literature and Cultural Studies (Near & Middle Eastern Studies)

Prof. Z. Rodgers

rodgersz@tcd.ie

BCNM07 - Islam in Asia
Michaelmas Term

School of Languages, Literature and Cultural Studies (Near & Middle Eastern Studies)

Dr. Ross Holder

BCNM08 - Ancient Empires in the Near Eastern and Mediterranean Worlds
Michaelmas Term
School of Languages, Literature and Cultural Studies (Near & Middle Eastern Studies)
BCNM09 - Great Jewish Books
Hilary Term

School of Languages, Literature and Cultural Studies (Near & Middle Eastern Studies)

Prof. Z. Rodgers

rodgersz@tcd.ie

BCNM10 - Islam in the Medieval World
Hilary Term

School of Languages, Literature and Cultural Studies (Near & Middle Eastern Studies)

Prof. Z. Rodgers

rodgersz@tcd.ie

BCPHLO - Central Problems in Philosophy
Michaelmas Term

School of Social Sciences and Philosophy (Philosophy)

Dr Paul O'Grady

pogrady@tcd.ie

BCPOLS - Citizens, Politics and Decisions
Michaelmas Term

School of Social Sciences and Philosophy (Political Science)

Lecturer: Dr Jacqueline Hayden

Seminar Director: Mr Alan Duggan

duggana2@tcd.ie

BCPS3 -Psychological Disorder
Hilary Term

School of Psychology

Professor Mac MacLachlan mlachlan@tcd.ie

Dr Anne Davis davisa3@tcd.ie

BCSCI - Idea Translation Lab
Hilary Term

Science Gallery

Dr Jane Chadwick

jane.chadwick@sciencegallery.com

BCME01 - Energy in the 21st Century
Hilary Term
Prof. Craig Meskell
BCLY01 - Ethical Issues Today - Alimentary Theology Eating, Drinking
Hilary Term

Loyola Institute

Dr Jacob Erikson

BCSOC3 - Power, State and Social Movements

Course Full

Hilary Term

School of Social Sciences and Philosophy (Sociology)

Dr Camilla Devitt

devittva@tcd.ie