Dublin - University College Dublin

English Composition (C1)
English composition (C2)
Speech (SP)
Mathematics (MA)
  • MST10010  Calculus I
  • MST10020  Calculus II
  • MST10030  Linear Algebra I
  • MST10040  Combinatorics & Number Theory
  • STAT10010  Introductory Statistics for Social Science, Science, Business and Medicine
  • STAT10050  Intro to Statistical Modelling
  • STAT10060  Statistical Modelling
Western Civilization (WC)
  • ARCH10050  Into to Archaeology of Ireland
  • ARCH10060  Into the Recent Past
  • CCIV10020   Early Christian Ireland:  Society and History*
  • GRC10120  Ancient Greece:  An Introduction
  • GRC10130  Ancient Rome:  An Introduction
  • GRC10140  Classical Myth:  An Introduction*
  • GRC10150  Classical Art and Archaeology:  An Introduction*
  • HIS10080  Rome to Renaissance
Non-Western Civilization (NW)
  • ARCH10020  Out of the Distant Past:  The Prehistoric World
  • PHIL10110  The Search for Meaning:  East and West*
Fine Arts (FA)
  • AH10030  Art and the Modern World:  Impressionism, Independence and Intransigence in 19th Century Art
  • AH10040  Tools of Art History
  • AH10050  European Art 1:  Giotto to Michelangelo
  • AH10060  European Art 2:  Caravaggio to Turner
  • ENG20250  Twentieth-Century Drama:  From Naturalism to Postmodernism*
  • FS20060  Transformations in European Cinema*
  • FS20100  Hollywood*
  • FS30030  Perspectives on Film VI:  Animation
  • FS30090  Television Genres
  • GRC10150  Classical Art and Archaeology:  An Introduction*
Human Values - Literature (HL)
  • CCIV10030  The British Celts
  • ENG20250  Twentieth-Century Drama:  From Naturalism to Postmodernism*
  • ENG20400  Critical Theory
  • ENG20410  Reading Medieval Literature
  • ENG20430  Modern American Literature
  • ENG20440  Reading the Story of Ireland:  Irish Literature in English
  • ENG20450  Writing and Performance in the Age of Shakespeare:  Renaissance Literature
  • ENG20460  From Victorian to Modern Literature, 1830-1914
  • ENG20490  Romanticism
  • FS30110  Melodrama in Film and Theatre
  • GRC10140  Classical Myth:  An Introduction*
  • IRFL10010  Introduction to Folklore
  • IRFL10020  Folklore and the Imagination
Human Values - Philosophical (HP)
  • CCIV10010  The Pagan Celts and their Insular Inheritance
  • FS30100 Religion and Popular Culture*
  • GRC10140  Classical Myth:  An Introduction*
  • IS10010  Introduction to Information and Social Computing
  • PHIL10020  Introduction to the Problems of Philosophy
  • PHIL10030  Introduction to Modern Philosophy
  • PHIL10040  Introduction to Moral Philosophy
  • PHIL10070  Introduction to Greek Philosophy
  • PHIL10100  Alienation, Destruction and History:  An Introduction to Continental Philosophy*
  • PHIL10110  The Search for Meaning:  East and West*
  • SOC10010  Foundations of Sociological Thought*
Cultural Diversity (CD)
  • FS30050  Whiteness, Ethnicity and American Film
  • HIS10100  Contested Island
  • LING10010  Language Use and Communication
Social Forces (SF)
  • CCIV10020   Early Christian Ireland:  Society and History*
  • ECON10010  Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECON10020  Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECON10030  Introduction to Quantitative Economics
  • ECON10040  Economics and Society
  • FS20060  Transformations in European Cinema*
  • FS20100  Hollywood*
  • FS20130  History of Television
  • FS20140  Irish Cinema and Television
  • FS30100 Religion and Popular Culture*
  • GEOG10110  Geographical Perspectives
  • HIS10070  The Making of Modern Europe:  1500-2000
  • INRL10040  Introduction to International Politics
  • PEP10090  Environment Change and Policy
  • PHIL10100  Alienation, Destruction and History:  An Introduction to Continental Philosophy*
  • POL10010  Introduction to the Irish Political System
  • POL10020  Introduction to Political Theory
  • POL10120  Globalisation and Development
  • POL10130  The Politics of Great Nations
  • PSY10040  Introduction to the Psychology of Perception and Cognition
  • PSY10050  Introduction to Psychology
  • PSY10060  Brain and Behavior*
  • PSY10080  Introduction to Social Psychology
  • PSY10090  Introduction to Applied Psychology
  • SOC10010  Foundations of Sociological Thought*
  • SOC10020  Introduction to Sociology
  • SOC10030  Contemporary Irish Culture and Society
  • SOC10040  Sociology in Practice

Fundamental Concepts in Sciences (FS)
  • ARCH10010   Exploring Archaeology
  • GEOG10080  Earth Systems
  • GEOL10050  Earth and Humanity
  • GEOL10020  Earth Science and Materials
  • PSY10060  Brain and Behavior*
Science & Technology in the Contemporary World (TS)
NO General Education Credit

 *  May only be used to satisfy one general education category requirement

If a course that you are interested in taking is not listed above, please provide a detailed course description and syllabus (if available) to  Dr. Kelly McConnaughay for general education credit evaluation.  You may e-mail the information to Dr. McConnaughay at kdm@bradley.edu or bring it to Bradley Hall 226.

Please note that approved general education credit courses may not be offered by programs of study every semester.