The Contemporary Culture and Society programme has changed it’s title to the BA in Social Sciences and Cultural Innovation.
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Changes to the BA – Joint Honors Degree There is a new subject on the DC009 (Arts) programme – Philosophy
Geography has been added as a subject on the DC295 (Politics strand) programme
The School of Physical Sciences in DCU is holding a One day workshop on Spectroscopy and Optics for second level students on Tuesday 26th June 2018 from 10-4pm.
This will be your opportunity to:
– Investigate lenses and other optics
– Make your own simple telescope
– Build your own spectrograph
Location: School of Physical Sciences, DCU Glasnevin Campus.
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I would like to bring your attention to some very important changes to our undergraduate programme in DCU, DC238.
Historically, this programme has been known as the BA in Contemporary Culture and Society, and allows students to study Culture, Media and Politics in our Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. Since taking over as Chairperson, I have been working with students, staff and external stakeholders to re-structure the programme with an eye to significantly enhancing the overall offering, while still maintaining the pillars of Culture, Media and Politics. These changes include:
- New modules
- Improved structures and content
- Increased contact hours
- Opportunity to do a study Year Abroad or year-long INTRA work placement
- Strong and explicit focus on transferable skills
- Deeper engagement with the community and labour market
- Greater focus on cultural innovation and social entrepreneurship
- On-going career development activity throughout the programme
These plans have now been implemented in preparation for incoming students in September 2018. Furthermore, after consultation with various internal and external stakeholders, we have just recently changed the programme title to better communicate and reflect the enhanced content. The new title is the BA in Social Sciences and Cultural Innovation. It offers students both flexibility and focus, as well as a unique suite of modules across multiple disciplines.
The updated link to the programme webpage is: https://www.dcu.ie/courses/undergraduate/salis/social-sciences-and-cultural-innovation.shtml
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DCU Maths Support Sessions will be returning in February 2018. These sessions are open to all second level years and all level of maths. They are free of charge and will take place on the DCU Glasnevin Campus on Monday evenings between 6pm – 8pm. This semester we will be focusing on exam papers. For full information and to book your place, please go to: www.dcu.ie/studentrecruitment/maths-support-sessions.shtml
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