CAO CODE: TR144 The School of Religions and Theology opens up for undergraduate students the opportunity to wrestle with persistent religious and philosophical questions, to engage with contemporary social, political and ethical issues, and to explore the culture and history‚Äîancient, medieval, and modern‚Äîof the Middle East, Europe and Ireland. In the course of their studies with us, students gain broad experience of an impressive range of intellectual operations‚Äîhistorical, sociological, literary, linguistic, hermeneutical, philosophical, and theological. The course in Early and Modern Irish (TR022) is a single, full honor course extending over four years of undergraduate study. The Early Component is taught through the medium of English, the Modern Component, for the most part, through the medium of Irish. Students may combine Modern Irish with one of a number of subjects in the Two Subject Moderatorship Degree Course (TSM, TR001, Pattern B; for those not included see the University of Dublin Calendar). The course is the same as the Modern Component of the single honor course in Early and Modern Irish.
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