Politics & International Relations - Irish Politics

University College Dublin

 

Course Name Politics & International Relations - Irish Politics
Course Provider University College Dublin
Course Code POL20250
Course Type Lifelong Learning
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Attendance Options Part time
Location (Districts) Belfield
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1. Start your online pre-registration
2. Complete your pre-registration & select either audit or credit
3. You’ll be given a registration time to select your modules 4. Select your modules
5. Pay fees
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Duration

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Course Fee Fees 2019-20

Audit €350 per module (interest only).
Credit €500 per module (including assessment).

Fee payment
Open Learning fees can be paid online, through your SISWeb account after you’ve selected your modules. Students choosing credit modules will pay €500 per module and €350 for audit modules.
Eligibility Am I eligible to take this module?

Requirements, Exclusions and Recommendations
Not applicable to this module.

Module Requisites and Incompatibles
Equivalents:
Irish Politics (POL10010)
Financial Support

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Course Content

Expand+Spring 2020: Semester 2

POL20250 Irish Politics
Academic Year 2019/2020

The objective of this course is to introduce students to the workings of the Irish political system. We start by locating Irish politics in comparative terms, showing how ...

Subjects Taught Indicative Module Content:
Content will include: the origins of the Irish political system; the constitutional framework; parties, elections, referendums and electoral behaviour; the key political institutions (e.g. parliament, executive, electoral system); political reform; key issues in Irish politics today.
Number of Credits 5
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