Applicants should normally have a primary degree in Politics and have attained at least Upper Second Class Honours, with at least a Lower Second Class Honours in any other degree subject. Applicants with good qualifications in related subjects may also be considered from time to time.
British Irish Studies Comparative Politics Political Theory
Months of entry
Course contentThe MA Politics programme offers an attractive and flexible programme of study whereby students can follow a themed pathway of study, yet avail of a range of options than can either deepen their understanding of their chosen field, or diversify their interests into other areas of study.
The three strands or pathways provided by the MA Politics Programme are:
· British-Irish Studies
· Comparative Politics
· Political Theory
In each of these strands, students take a total of six taught courses; one course in research design; two or three core courses; and the remainder will be optional courses.
Qualification and course duration
|Assessment||What kind of work will I be doing? (proportionally)|
|Written/ formal examinations||36|
|Written coursework / continuous assessment||36|
|Dissertation||28 (10000 words)|
Course contact details
- Jean Brennan