Specialisation Opportunities

In the final year of their degree students have the opportunity to choose a specialisation. This allows students to shape their degree and focus on an area of study that interests them and develop special expertise in their chosen field.

The specialised streams, which aligns our wide variety of modules into related groupings or specialisms, include:

Law (BCL) GY251

  • Business and Commercial Law
  • Public Law, Risk and Regulation
  • Human Rights, Crime and Equality
  • International, Comparative & Transnational Law
 

Law (BCL) and Human Rights GY252 

  • The Legal Professions
  • Human Rights, Crime and Equality
 

Law and Business GY251

  • The Legal Professions
  • Digital Business & Analytics
  • Accountancy
  • Economics
  • Management

Law and Taxation GY253

  • The Legal Professions
  • Digital Business and Analytics
  • Accounting
  • Management
  • Business and Commerical Law
  • Teanga an Dlí (Legal Irish)
  • Economics
 

Law (BCL), Criminology and Criminal Justice 

View course outline for full list of optional modules including Teanga an Dlí (Legal Irish) and many more. 

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  • School of Law Postgraduate Prospectus

    School of Law Postgraduate Prospectus PDF (4 MB)

  • School of Law Undergraduate Prospectus

    School of Law Undergraduate Prospectus PDF (4 MB)