CAO CODE: TR561 You will enjoy this course and succeed in gaining an excellent and broad arts degree if you are interested in the origins of the Bible, early Christian communities and the cultural and religious expressions of Judaism and Islam from the ancient world to present. A range of student activities will be available to you and often these activities help you to develop precisely the kind of skills employers look for. Trinity‚Äôs Department of Religions and Theology offers students in Ireland a unique non-denominational context for studying religions: it is not affiliated to any church or religious body and we do not presume that you have any previous knowledge of the subject. In all three programmes Sociology covers courses on a range of subjects including work and employment, science, technology and society, migration, development and globalisation, conflict resolution, family, gender and ethnicity, food and the environment, organisations and management, health and healing, language and popular culture.
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