The Bachelor of Arts is a four-year, full-time, honours degree (Level 8). At MIC the programme is flexible and wide-ranging. Students study four different major subjects in First Year and focus on two of these in Second Year, which they will then continue to study to degree level as joint honours. You can study a combination of subjects from familiar Arts subjects such as English, French, German or History, to newer subjects such as Drama & Theatre Studies, Media & Communication Studies, Psychology or the newest addition to the programme, Business Studies. In Third Year, you will have opportunities to work, to travel, and to study abroad as part of the Off-Campus Programme.
Becoming an arts student and graduate is one of the best ways to develop vital skills for your career, for personal growth, and to make the fullest contribution to society. The flexibility of studying an arts degree at MIC means that you can study a combination of familiar arts subjects and try new ones in the first year before deciding on the two subjects you wish to gain your degree in.
With an MIC Bachelor of Arts degree, you will be a sought-after graduate with a range of knowledge and transferable skills.
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- Full Time
High school graduation diploma with a GPA of 3.0 (or B average/80% average if not scored on a GPA scale) or above which must include English, another language and mathematics. Either SAT or ACT scores of the following: SAT score of 1090 or ACT minimum score of 22.
Non-EU Student Contribution Payable each academic year is €6,000.
Application deadline for EU students is February 1. EU Student Contribution Payable each academic year is €3,000.
The state will pay the tuition fees for EU students who are eligible under the Free Fees Scheme (www.studentfinance.ie). Students may be eligible for full or partial financial support towards the Student Contribution from Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI) if certain criteria are met (www.susi.ie).
- 4 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning