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Course Code:
TR001-SC
Title:
Arts (subject option: Sociology)
College:
TCD
Qualification:
Level on the National Framework of Qualifications
Duration:
4 Years

 

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Sociology involves the study of groups, organisations, and societies, and how people interact within these settings.

This subject may to taken along with one other subject from the College TR001 list. Both subjects are normally studied for three years and one subject only is studied in the fourth year.

This course is part of a Two-Subject Moderatorship (TSM). Follow this link for specific subject requirements and CAO application codes



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Career possibilities for Arts graduate have been wide and varied, they include administration, accountancy, political or government policy research and advice, advertising, Banking, journalism, public relations, personnel work, publishing, teaching.

 

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2013 Points

445* - 580*

Change from 2012: 

30

History:

2012 - 415* - 580*
2011 - 435 - 565
2010 - 450* - 570
2009 - 430* - 560*
2008 - 410* - 550*
2007 - 390
2006 - 420
2005 - 520*
2004 - 490**
2003 - 530**
2002 - 365**
2001 - 525**
2000 - 525*

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