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TR003
History

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Undergraduate awards typically reflect three to five years of study after secondary school and include Ordinary (Level 7) and Honours Bachelor Degrees and Higher Diplomas (Level 8's).

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4 Years
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The History programme combines the strength of a broad-based programme in the first two years, introducing all students to the diversity of historical studies. The first and second years provide a range of modules covering medieval and modern periods, including Irish, European, and American history, as well as some modules exploring the skills and methods which historians use, and the kinds of debates in which historians engage. All students will have an opportunity to undertake a group project in their second year, undertaking research as a team. The third and fourth years offer a range of choice in more specialist modules. 

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Graduates have pursued careers in accountancy, advertising, banking, broadcasting, cultural, arts and heritage administration, human resources, journalism, law, public administration, public relations, management, marketing, publishing and teaching. 



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