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Undergraduate Programmes

Bachelor of Arts in Law and Accounting

This joint honours degree offers a full law degree and a full accounting degree allowing students to pursue either career while using skills from both disciplines. 

Bachelor of Laws in Law Plus

A traditional law degree with the added benefit of studying elective subjects to tailor the degree to your interests.

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice 

Study under experts in the area of criminal justice in modules on law, sociology, politics, and public administration to develop a comprehensive understanding of the criminal justice system.

Bachelor of Laws Evening Degree Programme

For mature students seeking a law degree on a part-time basis, the LLB covers core legal subjects and is recognised by the Law Society and the Honourable Society of King’s Inns. 

Bachelor of Arts in Applied Policing in Criminal Justice

This two-year course, which will be delivered on a blended/online learning basis, is only open to students who have completed the level 7 BA in Applied Policing at An Garda Síochana Training College in Templemore, or equivalent.

Housing Law and Policy

This one-semester (12 weeks) module, is delivered on a blended/online learning basis by the School of Law at the University of Limerick and Community Law & Mediation. It examines the provision of housing and the different types of housing supports available in Ireland and is primarily aimed at those working in the area of housing in a state or voluntary body or in an information or advocacy position. However, it will be suitable for anyone with an interest in housing law.

Policing and Human Rights Law in Ireland

The School of Law is delighted to announce the commencement of a new level 8 module on Human Rights and Policing in Ireland.  This  microcredentials  module is a bespoke training programme for An Garda Síochána and has been accredited by the University of Limerick. The course will be delivered completely online in an asynchronous format. The aim of this module is to provide participants with an introduction to the workings and jurisprudence of the European Convention on Human Rights, particularly as it relates to policing in Ireland. The central focus will be upon the application of the European Convention on Human Rights, and the module will also examine relevant Irish jurisprudence and case law within the various topics. It is a co-curricular module, involving Garda senior management  and eight staff from the School of Law. The module leader in the School of Law is Dr Caroline Sweeney.

For a taster of some of the lectures you may attend and the subjects discussed there are resources in the Current Students and International Students sections of the website. 

 


Did You Know?

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