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1 Date of Revision Date of Previous Revision Programme Specification ( ) A programme specification is required for any programme on which a student may be registered. All programmes of the University are subject to the University s Quality Assurance and Enhancement processes as set out in the DASA Policies and Procedures Manual. Programme Title Liberal Arts Final Award Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Programme Code BLA UCAS Code Criteria for Admissions (Please see General Regulations) NA JACS Code L990 Entrants to the BA Liberal Arts Programme, other than those of mature age (i.e. not less than 21 years of age on October 1 of the proposed year of entry), must satisfy the General University Entrance Requirements and meet any specific entry requirements for particular options. Details of specific entry requirements may be obtained from the Academic Registry in St Mary's University College. Programme requirements for all entrants: Grade C in GCSE Mathematics (or equivalent qualification) Grade C in GCSE English (or equivalent qualification) GCE A level (or equivalent qualification) in whichever subject is chosen for subject study, where specified. Mode of Study (Full-time, Part-time, other) Full-time Type of Programme Single Subject Length of Programme 3 years Total Credits for Programme 120 Level 1 CATS points 120 Level 2 CATS points 120 Level 3 CATS points Awarding Institution/Body Teaching Institution School/Department Framework for Higher Education Qualification Level dguidance Queen's University Belfast St Mary's University College St Mary's University College FHEQ Level 6

2 QAA Benchmark Group y/subject-guidance/pages/subject-benchmarkstatements Collaborative Organisation and form of Collaboration (if applicable) Accreditations (PSRB) ATAS Clearance NA External Examiner Name: Not required NA NA Date of next scheduled accreditation visit NA External Examiner Institution/Organisation Dr Maeve O Brien Mr Guy Durden Professor Chris Morash Dr Liam Chambers Dr. Marie Whelton Mr Richard Bowles Rev Dr Patrick Connolly Dr John McDonagh, St. Patrick s College, Drumcondra, Dublin Staffordshire University National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Rep of Ireland. Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, Rep of Ireland Coláiste Mhuire, Institiúid Oideachais Marino, Dublin Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, Rep of Ireland Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, Rep of Ireland National University of Ireland, Galway Does the Programme have any approved exemptions from the University General Regulations (Please see General Regulations) Yes 1. Students enrol for a specific subject option. In these are Business Studies, English, Geography, Irish, History, Physical Education and Religious Studies. Once enrolled it is not normally possible to transfer to another subject option. 2. They must register for modules worth 120 Level 1 CATS points and 120 Level 2 CATS points in Stages 1 and 2 respectively before proceeding to take modules leading to 120 Level 3 CATS points in Stage 3. To graduate with a BA honours degree students must receive credit for 240 CATs points at Levels 1 and 2 and at least 100 Level 3 CATS points. 3. Students will normally be required to pass or be granted credit for all modules in each stage before progressing to the next stage. However, students may, at the discretion of the Pathway Board of Examiners, be allowed to proceed from a stage if they have received credit for modules worth at least 80 CATs points at that level. Students who have not received credit for 120 Stage 1/Level 1 CATs points will not be permitted to proceed to Stage 3/Level Attendance at work based learning/placement activities and/or participation on other practical work outside the University College or normal teaching time will normally be a requirement of the degree course. Programme Specific Regulations 1. For students first enrolled on the programme prior to 2009/10 the regulations in force at the date of entry will apply and thus the following module weightings will be used when calculating the honours classification: Stage 2 40%, Stage 3 60%. For students first enrolled on the programme in or after 2009/10,

3 the following module weightings will be used when calculating the honours classification: Stage 1 10%, Stage 2 30% and Stage 3 60%. 2. If a student fails a module at the first attempt, repeat assessment, as determined by the Pathway Board of Examiners, will be scheduled as follows: (a) Where a student is required to resit an examination paper, or repeat other assessment components (without class attendance), this will normally take place before the end of the academic year; (b) Where a student is required to repeat assessment components (with class attendance), this will normally take place when the failed module is next available. If the failed module is no longer being offered, the student will have to take a substitute module approved by her/his Adviser of Studies; 3. Students who fail to achieve the required credit for a BA Honours degree may transfer to the BA Ordinary degree in accordance with the General Regulations of the University. 4. The programme is offered in a full time mode (3 years) and consists of three elements: Element 1, Human Development Studies; Element 2, The Study of Ireland in Europe; Element 3, Subject studies. 5. In Stage 1 students must take MLA1003, MLA1004 and the option modules in one of the subjects offered. In the option modules in the subjects are Business Studies (MBS MBS1011), English (MEN MEN1011), Geography (MGE MGE1052+ MGE1011), History (MMH MMH1011), Irish (MCE1051+ MCE1011) or Religious Studies (MRS1051+ MRS1011). 8. In Stage 2 students not participating in SOCRATES (ERASMUS) Outward Mobility will take, MLA2005, MLA2006, MLA2010 and the option module(s) in one of the subjects offered. In the option modules in the subjects are Business Studies (MBS MBS MBS2011), English (MEN MEN MEN2011) Geography (MGE MGE MGE2011), History (MMH MMH MMH2011), Irish (MCE MCE MCE2011) or Religious Studies (MRS MRS MRS2011). ERASMUS students will take MLA2081, MLA2081, MEO2054 and the option module(s) in one of the subjects offered, in the first semester in the home institution. In the option modules in the subjects are Business Studies (MBS MBS2083), English (MEN MEN2083), Geography (MGE MGE2083), History (MMH MMH2083), Irish (MCE MCE2083) or Religious Studies (MRS MRS2083). There will be an integrated Learning Programme, agreed by the home and host institutions, in the second semester. This Learning Programme shall merit 30 European Credit Transfer System credits and thus be equivalent to three modules. 9. In Stage 3 students will take MLA3020; one module from MLA3009, MLA3010 and MLA3011; two option modules in one of the subjects offered and one additional module. In the option modules in the subjects are Business Studies (MBS MBS3055 or MBS3057), English (MEN MEN3055) Geography (MGE MGE3056), History (MMH MMH3061), Irish (MCE MCE3055), Physical Education (MPE MPE3055) or Religious Studies (MRS MRS3055). In the additional module options are MLA3009, MLA3010, MLA3011, MBS3055, MBS3057, MBS3059, MCE3056, MEN3056, MGE3057, MMH3062, MPE3056 or MRS3057. Business Studies students must take MBS3054 and cannot take both MBS3055 and MBS3057. Students with protected characteristics None

4 Are students subject to Fitness to Practise Regulations (Please see General Regulations) Please indicate No Length of Programme 3 years

5 Educational Aims of Programme On completion of the programme the student will be able to: Please list below the overarching aims and objectives of the programme. The programme aims to develop - an intellectual and ethical framework for living and working in tomorrow's world; an understanding of Europe as a cultural concept and as a business environment; knowledge and understanding in certain key areas of a selected subject; a range of communication, practical, study, interpersonal, career management and professional skills; so that students: a) are prepared for lifelong learning and professional development, b) are well-equipped for a range of employment opportunities at graduate level, c) can contribute effectively to society, and d) can achieve personal fulfilment. Learning Outcomes: Cognitive Skills On the completion of this course successful students will be able to: Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies 1. identify, analyse and evaluate key concepts, skills and values; Cognitive skills are developed through private study supported by lectures, seminars, tutorials and workshops. Students are required to undertake a number of assignments requiring the use of these skills to varying extents dependent on the topic chosen. Students are provided with introductory seminars on various aspects of cognitive and research skills. The use of learning journals will be encouraged to promote 2. critically analyse and discuss readings from relevant literature; Cognitive skills are developed through private study supported by lectures, seminars, tutorials and workshops. Students are required to undertake a number of assignments requiring the use of these skills to varying extents dependent on the topic chosen. Students are provided with introductory seminars on various aspects of cognitive and research skills. The use of learning journals will be encouraged to promote 3. carry out self-evaluation and analysis of professional development needs; Cognitive skills are developed through private study supported by lectures, seminars, tutorials and workshops. Students are required to undertake a number of assignments requiring the use of these skills to varying extents dependent on the topic chosen. Students are provided with introductory seminars on various aspects of cognitive and research skills. The use of learning journals Methods of Assessment Assessment of cognitive skills makes use of written examinations, essays, reports, coursework assignments and activity-focused exercises. Assessment of cognitive skills makes use of written examinations, essays, reports, coursework assignments and activity-focused exercises. Assessment of cognitive skills makes use of written examinations, essays, reports, coursework assignments and activity-focused exercises.

6 will be encouraged to promote 4. plan and carry out an investigation using a combination of literature search and empirical inquiry; 5. make appropriate assumptions, develop hypotheses, question and verify results and produce coherent reports; 6. analyse new and/or abstract situations using a range of techniques appropriate to the subject material; Cognitive skills are developed through private study supported by lectures, seminars, tutorials and workshops. Students are required to undertake a number of assignments requiring the use of these skills to varying extents dependent on the topic chosen. Students are provided with introductory seminars on various aspects of cognitive and research skills. The use of learning journals will be encouraged to promote Cognitive skills are developed through private study supported by lectures, seminars, tutorials and workshops. Students are required to undertake a number of assignments requiring the use of these skills to varying extents dependent on the topic chosen. Students are provided with introductory seminars on various aspects of cognitive and research skills. The use of learning journals will be encouraged to promote Cognitive skills are developed through private study supported by lectures, seminars, tutorials and workshops. Students are required to undertake a number of assignments requiring the use of these skills to varying extents dependent on the topic chosen. Students are provided with introductory seminars on various aspects of cognitive and research skills. The use of learning journals will be encouraged to promote Assessment of cognitive skills makes use of written examinations, essays, reports, coursework assignments and activity-focused exercises. Assessment of cognitive skills makes use of written examinations, essays, reports, coursework assignments and activity-focused exercises. Assessment of cognitive skills makes use of written examinations, essays, reports, coursework assignments and activity-focused exercises. 7. use bibliographical/reference skills Cognitive skills are developed through private study supported by lectures, seminars, tutorials and workshops. Students are required to undertake a number of assignments requiring the use of these skills to varying extents dependent on the topic chosen. Students are provided with introductory seminars on various aspects of cognitive and research skills. The use of learning journals will be encouraged to promote Assessment of cognitive skills makes use of written examinations, essays, reports, coursework assignments and activity-focused exercises. Learning Outcomes: Transferable Skills On the completion of this course successful students will be able to: 1. communicate effectively (in writing, verbally, electronically and by graphical representation); Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies Transferable/key skills are developed through active knowledge and understanding. In particular, students will be provided with tutorial support for the development of communication skills (assignments will be required to be Methods of Assessment Audits of Communication skills will be

7 word processed in levels 2 and 3). Lectures, seminars, tutorials and associated discussion activities will be used to initiate an appreciation of affective outcomes (e.g. ethical decision-making, aesthetic awareness, global perspectives). Simulation and role play will be used to further develop these skills. carried out. 2. make effective use of ICT and multi-media resources in data handling, problem solving, information finding, study and presentation; Transferable/key skills are developed through active knowledge and understanding. In particular, students will be provided with support for ICT skills (assignments will be required to be word processed in levels 2 and 3). Lectures, seminars, tutorials and associated discussion activities will be used to initiate an appreciation of affective outcomes (e.g. ethical decision-making, aesthetic awareness, global perspectives). Simulation and role play will be used to further develop these skills. Audits of ICT skills will be carried out. 3. apply numerical skills and make effective use of numerical data; Transferable/key skills are developed through active knowledge and understanding. In particular, students will be provided with tutorial support for the development of numerical skills. Lectures, seminars, tutorials and associated discussion activities will be used to initiate an appreciation of affective outcomes (e.g. ethical decision-making, aesthetic awareness, global perspectives). Simulation and role play

8 will be used to further develop these skills. 4. interact effectively, show leadership, and contribute productively in a team context; Transferable/key skills are developed through active knowledge and understanding. In particular, students will be provided with tutorial support for the development of teamwork skills. Lectures, seminars, tutorials and associated discussion activities will be used to initiate an appreciation of affective outcomes (e.g. ethical decision-making, aesthetic awareness, global perspectives). Simulation and role play will be used to further develop these skills. 5. effectively manage and plan own work and development (including future career development); Transferable/key skills are developed through active knowledge and understanding. In particular, students will be provided with tutorial support for the development of career management skills. Lectures, seminars, tutorials and associated discussion activities will be used to initiate an appreciation of affective outcomes (e.g. ethical decision-making, aesthetic awareness, global perspectives). Simulation and role play will be used to further develop these skills.

9 6. acquire knowledge and learn in familiar and unfamiliar situations; Transferable/key skills are developed through active knowledge and understanding. Lectures, seminars, tutorials and associated discussion activities will be used to initiate an appreciation of affective outcomes (e.g. ethical decision-making, aesthetic awareness, global perspectives). Simulation and role play will be used to further develop these skills. 7. engage in debate in a professional manner; Transferable/key skills are developed through active knowledge and understanding. Simulation and role play will be used to further develop these skills. Lectures, seminars, tutorials and associated discussion activities will be used to initiate an appreciation of affective outcomes (e.g. ethical decision-making, aesthetic awareness, global perspectives). 8. engage with a critical community, reflecting habitually on own and others Transferable/key skills are developed through active

10 performance; knowledge and understanding. Lectures, seminars, tutorials and associated discussion activities will be used to initiate an appreciation of affective outcomes (e.g. ethical decision-making, aesthetic awareness, global perspectives). Simulation and role play will be used to further develop these skills. 9. act with initiative, determination and resourcefulness, a sense of fair play, cooperation and sharing; Transferable/key skills are developed through active knowledge and understanding. Lectures, seminars, tutorials and associated discussion activities will be used to initiate an appreciation of affective outcomes (e.g. ethical decision-making, aesthetic awareness, global perspectives). Simulation and role play will be used to further develop these skills. 10. set objectives, focus on priorities, plan and execute project work to deadlines; Transferable/key skills are developed through active knowledge and understanding.

11 11. produce coherent, structured and well-argued reports; Transferable/key skills are developed through active knowledge and understanding. In particular, students will be provided with tutorial support for the development of communication skills, Lectures, seminars, tutorials and associated discussion activities will be used to initiate an appreciation of affective outcomes (e.g. ethical decision-making, aesthetic awareness, global perspectives). 12. analyse a complex problem and what is causing it, with others or alone, form strategies for solving that problem in different situations; effect a solution with efficiency; and evaluate the results. Transferable/key skills are developed through active knowledge and understanding. Simulation and role play will be used to further develop these skills. 13. make moral and ethical judgements that are consciously held and defensibly maintained, identifying the key rights applying to the dignity of the human person. Transferable/key skills are developed through active knowledge and understanding. Lectures, seminars, tutorials and associated discussion activities will be used to initiate an appreciation of affective outcomes (e.g. ethical decision-making, aesthetic

12 awareness, global perspectives). Simulation and role play will be used to further develop these skills. Learning Outcomes: Knowledge and Understanding On the completion of this course successful students will be able to: 1. a range of philosophical, economic and political frameworks for articulating an understanding of the individual in his/her social contexts; 2. the origin, development and content of a range of modern political ideologies and of key contemporary political concepts; Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies Acquisition of core knowledge will be mainly through lectures and directed reading. Extension of knowledge and development of understanding will be promoted through seminars, tutorials and practical work where appropriate to the subject selected and directed study. Students will be encouraged to develop a range of private study techniques. Where appropriate, students will relate theoretical knowledge to work placement learning. Acquisition of core knowledge will be mainly through lectures and directed reading. Extension of knowledge and development of understanding will be promoted through seminars, tutorials and practical work where appropriate to the subject selected and directed study. Students will be encouraged to develop a range of private study techniques. Where appropriate, students will relate theoretical knowledge to work placement learning. Methods of Assessment Assessment of knowledge and understanding will make use of unseen written examinations involving short-answer and essay -style questions. Assessed coursework, including essays, assignments and presentation of portfolios, will test ability to gather and present relevant information and data to demonstrate knowledge and understanding in relevant areas. Assessment of knowledge and understanding will make use of unseen written examinations involving short-answer and essay -style questions. Assessed coursework, including essays, assignments and presentation of portfolios, will test ability to gather and present relevant information and data to demonstrate knowledge and understanding in relevant areas. 3. issues affecting human development; Acquisition of core knowledge will be mainly through lectures and directed reading. Extension of knowledge and development of understanding will be promoted through seminars, tutorials and practical work where appropriate to the subject selected and directed study. Students will be encouraged to develop a range of private study techniques. Where appropriate, students will relate theoretical knowledge to work placement learning. Assessment of knowledge and understanding will make use of unseen written examinations involving short-answer and essay -style questions. Assessed coursework, including essays, assignments and presentation of portfolios, will test ability to gather and present relevant information and data to demonstrate knowledge and understanding in relevant areas. 4. contemporary issues relating to business organisation, management and practice; Acquisition of core knowledge will be mainly through lectures and directed reading. Extension of knowledge and development of understanding will be promoted through seminars, tutorials and practical work where appropriate to the subject selected and directed study. Students will be Assessment of knowledge and understanding will make use of unseen written examinations involving short-answer and essay -style questions. Assessed coursework, including essays, assignments and presentation of

13 encouraged to develop a range of private study techniques. Where appropriate, students will relate theoretical knowledge to work placement learning. 5. definitions of Europe: geographical, political, economic and cultural; Acquisition of core knowledge will be mainly through lectures and directed reading. Extension of knowledge and development of understanding will be promoted through seminars, tutorials and practical work where appropriate to the subject selected and directed study. Students will be encouraged to develop a range of private study techniques. Where appropriate, students will relate theoretical knowledge to work placement learning. portfolios, will test ability to gather and present relevant information and data to demonstrate knowledge and understanding in relevant areas. Assessment of knowledge and understanding will make use of unseen written examinations involving short-answer and essay -style questions. Assessed coursework, including essays, assignments and presentation of portfolios, will test ability to gather and present relevant information and data to demonstrate knowledge and understanding in relevant areas. 6. the evolution of the European Union into a business, political and social organisation; Acquisition of core knowledge will be mainly through lectures and directed reading. Extension of knowledge and development of understanding will be promoted through seminars, tutorials and practical work where appropriate to the subject selected and directed study. Students will be encouraged to develop a range of private study techniques. Where appropriate, students will relate theoretical knowledge to work placement learning. Assessment of knowledge and understanding will make use of unseen written examinations involving short-answer and essay -style questions. Assessed coursework, including essays, assignments and presentation of portfolios, will test ability to gather and present relevant information and data to demonstrate knowledge and understanding in relevant areas. 7. key concepts and approaches in a selected subject area; Acquisition of core knowledge will be mainly through lectures and directed reading. Extension of knowledge and development of understanding will be promoted through seminars, tutorials and practical work where appropriate to the subject selected and directed study. Students will be encouraged to develop a range of private study techniques. Where appropriate, students will relate theoretical knowledge to work placement learning. Assessment of knowledge and understanding will make use of unseen written examinations involving short-answer and essay -style questions. Assessed coursework, including essays, assignments and presentation of portfolios, will test ability to gather and present relevant information and data to demonstrate knowledge and understanding in relevant areas. 8. methods of inquiry and organisation of knowledge in a range of academic disciplines. Acquisition of core knowledge will be mainly through lectures and directed reading. Extension of knowledge and development of understanding will be promoted through seminars, tutorials and practical work where appropriate to the subject selected and directed study. Students will be encouraged to develop a range of private study techniques. Where appropriate, students will relate theoretical knowledge to work placement learning. Assessment of knowledge and understanding will make use of unseen written examinations involving short-answer and essay -style questions. Assessed coursework, including essays, assignments and presentation of portfolios, will test ability to gather and present relevant information and data to demonstrate knowledge and understanding in relevant areas. Learning Outcomes: Subject Specific Skills On the completion of this course successful students will be able to 1. tackle problems with incomplete information from a variety of sources and disciplines; Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies Subject-specific skills will be developed, as appropriate, through subject-specific practical activities and problemsolving activities presented to the students in the context of Methods of Assessment Assessment of subject-specific skills will be based on coursework assignments, essays, tutorial presentations, reports, portfolios, student self-

14 workshops, seminars, tutorials. In the final year, independent student work will require demonstration of these skills to varying extents, dependent on the topic chosen. evaluation reports, observation and evaluation by teaching staff, and unseen written examinations. 2. use understanding of contemporary issues and their implications for human development to promote solutions which enhance peace, justice, reconciliation and democracy; 3. analyse, evaluate and interpret current thinking about the role of business, culture and society in Europe; 4. critically review and interpret recent research and innovations in selected study areas; 5. demonstrate specific practical skills, where appropriate, in the selected subject area. Subject-specific skills will be developed, as appropriate, through subject-specific practical activities and problemsolving activities presented to the students in the context of workshops, seminars, tutorials and work placement learning. In the final year, independent student work will require demonstration of these skills to varying extents, dependent on the topic chosen. Subject-specific skills will be developed, as appropriate, through subject-specific practical activities and problemsolving activities presented to the students in the context of workshops, seminars, tutorials and work placement learning. In the final year, independent student work will require demonstration of these skills to varying extents, dependent on the topic chosen. Subject-specific skills will be developed, as appropriate, through subject-specific practical activities and problemsolving activities presented to the students in the context of workshops, seminars, tutorials and work placement learning. In the final year, independent student work will require demonstration of these skills to varying extents, dependent on the topic chosen. Subject-specific skills will be developed, as appropriate, through subject-specific practical activities and problemsolving activities presented to the students in the context of workshops, seminars, tutorials and work placement learning. In the final year, independent student work will require demonstration of these skills to varying extents, dependent on the topic chosen. Assessment of subject-specific skills will be based on coursework assignments, essays, tutorial presentations, reports, portfolios, student selfevaluation reports, observation and evaluation by teaching staff, and unseen written examinations. Assessment of subject-specific skills will be based on coursework assignments, essays, tutorial presentations, reports, portfolios, student selfevaluation reports, observation and evaluation by teaching staff, and unseen written examinations. Assessment of subject-specific skills will be based on coursework assignments, essays, tutorial presentations, reports, portfolios, student selfevaluation reports, observation and evaluation by teaching staff, feedback from supervisors of work placement learning and unseen written examinations. Assessment of subject-specific skills will be based on coursework assignments, essays, tutorial presentations, reports, portfolios, student selfevaluation reports, observation and evaluation by teaching staff, feedback from supervisors of work placement learning and unseen written examinations.

15 Programme Requirements Module Title Module Code Level/ stage Cred its Availability Duration Pre-requisite Assessment S1 S2 Core Option Coursework % Examination % MLA wks 100% 0% The Individual in Society and at Work Ireland in Europe: a Study of MLA wks 50% 50% Concepts and Contexts Foundation Studies in MBS wks 50% 50% Business (LA) Business Studies and MBS wks 100% 0% Professional Skills (LA) Modern Irish Language and MCE wks 70% 30% Literature (LA) Irish and Professional Skills MCE wks 100% 0% (LA) Genre Study 1 (LA) MEN wks 50% 50% English and Professional Skills (LA) The Evolution of the Irish Cultural Landscape (LA) The Geography of Global Development (LA) Geography and Professional Skills (LA) Aspects of American History (LA) History and Professional Skills (LA) Childhood Studies and Physical Activity (LA) Physical Education and Professional Skills (LA) An Introduction to Religious Studies (LA) Religious Studies and Professional Skills (LA) MEN wks 100% 0% MGE wks 40% 60% MGE wks 40% 60% MGE wks 100% 0% MMH wks 40% 60% MMH wks 100% 0% MPE wks 65% 35% MPE wks 100% 0% MRS wks 30% 70% MRS wks 100% 0% Ireland in Europe: Culture MLA wks 100% 0% Ireland in Europe: Economy MLA wks 50% 50%

16 Global Justice MLA wks 100% 0% Business Studies and MBS wks 100% 0% Employability Business Management (LA) MBS wks MBS % 40% Business Accounting (LA) MBS wks MBS % 40% Irish and Employability MCE wks 100% 0% Effective Communication in MCE wks MCE % 50% Irish 1 (LA) Critical Appreciation of MCE wks MCE % 0% Modern Irish Literature 1 (LA) English and Employability MEN wks 100% 0% Genre Study 2 (LA) MEN wks MEN % 70% Genre Study 3 (LA) MEN wks MEN % 70% Geography and MGE wks 100% 0% Employability Settlement, Economy and MGE wks MGE1051, 40% 60% Society (LA) MGE1052 Physical Environments: MGE wks MGE1051, 40% 60% Patterns and Processes (LA) MGE1052 History and Employability MMH wks 100% 0% European History MMH wks 30% 70% (LA) European History MMH wks 30% 70% (LA) Physical Education and MPE wks 100% 0% Employability Movement Studies in MPE wks MPE % 70% Physical Activity 1 (LA) Movement Studies in MPE wks MPE % 0% Physical Activity 2 (LA) Religious Studies and MRS wks 100% 0% Employability Introduction to the Study of MRS wks MRS1051 or 30% 70% the New Testament (LA) equivalent The nature of the Church MRS wks MRS1051 or 30% 70% and the celebration of the Sacraments (LA) equivalent Ireland in Europe: Aspects MLA wks 100% 0%

17 of Culture and Economy (European Global Justice (European European Outreach LA4 (Learning Programme) Business Management and Accounting (European Business Studies and Employability (European Modern Irish Language and Literature (European Irish and Employability (European Genre Study 2 (European English and Employability (European Physical and Human Environments: Processes and Problems (European Geography and Employability (European European History (European History and Employability (European Movement Studies in Physical Education (European Physical Education and Employability (European Introduction to the New Testament and the Sacraments (European Religious Studies and Employability (European MLA wks 100% 0% MEO wks 100% 0% MBS wks MBS1001 or MBS % 0% MBS wks 100% 0% MCE wks MCE1001 or MCE % 0% MCE wks 100% 0% MEN wks 100% 0% MEN wks 100% 0% MGE wks 100% 0% MGE wks 100% 0% MMH wks 100% 0% MMH wks 100% 0% MPE wks MPE % 0% MBS wks 100% 0% MRS wks MRS1021, MRS1022 or MRS1051 or equivalent 100% 0% MRS wks 100% 0%

18 Liberal Arts: Work-related MLA wks 75% 25% Learning Ireland and Europe: Unity in MLA wks 100% 0% Diversity Ireland, the European Union MLA wks 100% 0% and Global Development Identity and Contemporary MLA wks 100% 0% Society Strategic Planning and MBS wks 80% 20% International Marketing (LA) Business Finance and MBS wks 80% 20% Management Information Systems (LA) Industrial Relations and MBS wks 80% 20% Management Information Systems (LA) Entrepreneurship and MBS wks 50% 50% Researching the Growth of SMEs (LA) Effective Communication in MCE wks 50% 50% Irish 2 (LA) Critical Appreciation of MCE wks 100% 0% Modern Irish Literature (LA) Irish in the Modern World MCE wks MCE % 0% (LA) Anglo-Irish Writers (LA) MEN wks 30% 70% Anglo-Irish Literature: MEN wks 100% 0% Cultural Contexts (LA) Modern English and MEN wks MEN % 60% American Literature (LA) The Geography of Divided MGE wks 50% 50% Societies (LA) Europe and its Neighbours MGE wks 50% 50% (LA) Critical Issues in MGE wks 100% 0% Contemporary Geography (LA) Irish History (LA) MMH wks 30% 70% British History (LA) The Northern Ireland Troubles (LA) MMH wks 30% 70% MMH wks MMH % 70%

19 Investigations in Physical Activity 1 (LA) Investigations in Physical Activity 2 (LA) Investigations in Physical Activity 3 (LA) Approaches to Understanding God (LA) Divine Revelation and Human Response (LA) Faith, Belonging and Worship in a Multi-Religious World (LA) MPE wks 30% 70% MPE wks 100% 0% MPE wks MPE % 0% MRS wks 30% 70% MRS wks 30% 70% MRS wks MRS % 70% Approved by Director of Education: Print Name: Dr John Sweeney Signature: Date: 29/8/2014

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