Arts - Single Module - BASM - Online Flexible Learning

Dublin City University

 

Course Name Arts - Single Module - BASM - Online Flexible Learning
Course Provider Dublin City University
Course Code DC342
Course Type Higher Education Direct Entry
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Attendance Options Part time, Distance, Online
Location (Districts) Dublin City Centre
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment Study Period: September 2017 to mid-May 2017.
Duration

Expand+This programme offers students great flexibility in that they can vary the number of modules they register for in a given year to match the other responsibilities in their life. Given that registering for a module means committing to the workload ass...

Entry Requirements

Expand+Entry Requirements and Exemptions
If you are aged 23 years or more on 1st January of the year of entry, there are no formal entry requirements onto DCU Connected undergraduate programmes. However, a high degree of motivation and self discipline are ...

Alternative Entry Recognition of Prior Learning:

Bachelor of Arts Single Module (BASM) students cannot apply for recognition of prior learning (i.e. exemptions) as they are not working towards a particular award.
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Application Date You need to first register with PAC in order to make an application.

To apply please go to: www.pac.ie/ugrad and select Bachelor of Arts Single Module (PAC Code: DC342)

Closing Date for Applications: Applications normally close in Mid September of each year.
Application Fee PAC will charge undergraduates an application fee of €35.
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Course Content

Expand+Course Overview
Whether you are interested in up-skilling, for example as a post-primary teacher who wishes to obtain Teaching Council registration for History, English or CSPE, or are seeking to study for personal enjoyment becoming a Bachelor of A...

Subjects Taught

Expand+As a Bachelor of Arts Single Module (BASM) student you may choose to study from a range of modules in the following five Humanities subject areas:

History
Literature
Philosophy
Psychology
Sociology

Each of these subject areas is presented ...

Number of Credits Each module is awarded 15 European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) credit points.
Comment

Expand+Teaching Council:
Many people enter their studies with the ambition of becoming a teacher. The Teaching Council was established to encourage teaching as a profession at primary and post-primary levels and to promote the professional development of ...

Careers or Further Progression

Expand+Career Prospects:

The Bachelor of Arts Single Module (BASM) study allows student to undertake study at university degree level for personal enjoyment or continual professional development (CPD) purposes without having to commit to study towards a...

Further Enquiries You can also email us with any questions to: openeducation@dcu.ie or telephone us directly on 01 700 5481 for further assistance.

You can contact DCU Connected at:
T: +353 (0) 1 700 5481
E: connected@dcu.ie
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