NFQ Level 7, Special Purpose Award
This Diploma programme is available to students of UCC's international partner institutions with whom UCC has a bilateral agreement under Statute 263 of the National University of Ireland. Having studied for at least two years at a partner university, students will study for one year at University College Cork, taking the programme to a value of 60 credits as outlined below.
To be considered for the award of a University Diploma in Environmental and Geological Sciences, a student must have satisfactorily attended undergraduate modules to the value of 60 credits as prescribed by the Head of the School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences. Students may choose Second, Third, and where permitted, Fourth year undergraduate modules (subject to timetabling and other constraints). Where a module has prerequisites (as specified in the module description), a student must satisfy this prerequisite by demonstrating, to the satisfaction of the relevant academic unit that a similar module has been passed in the partner institution. The full programme of study is subject to final agreement by the relevant UCC academic units and the student's home institution.
It is strongly recommended that students do not take any more than 40 credits in any semester. Students are therefore advised to choose their modules so that the workload is evenly spread throughout the year.
For information about modules, module choice, options and credit weightings, please go to Programme Requirements.