Cardiff Metropolitan University

LL.B. Law and Welsh

Cardiff Metropolitan University
In Cardiff

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Cardiff (Wales)
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Cardiff (Wales)
Description

Cardiff Law School is committed to providing an outstanding teaching and learning experience that is underpinned by excellent research activity. A well resourced centre of excellence, we attract students from all over the world and offer a friendly, supportive and culturally diverse environment in which to study. The Law and Welsh programme is taught in collaboration with the School of Welsh, which is an established centre for teaching and research and is one of the oldest departments of Welsh in Wales.

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Location

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Cardiff
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Cyncoed Campus, Cyncoed Rd, CF23 6XD

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What you'll learn on the course

Law
IT Law
Welsh
Teaching
School

Course programme

Course Content Year One – compulsory modules
  • Public Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Contract
  • Legal Foundations
  • Cyflwyniad i’r Gymraeg [Introduction to Welsh]
  • Llenyddiaeth Gymraeg [Welsh Literature]
Years Two and Three

In each of Years Two and Three students pursue modules amounting to 120 credits. In Year Two, 80 credits will be chosen from the law modules available for that year of study; this list is kept under review on an annual basis in light of factors such as staff resources and student demand. The remaining modules will be chosen from the list of options for Welsh. In Year Three, between 60 and 80 credits will be chosen from law modules and the remaining 40-60 credits will be chosen from Welsh options. The final Honours classification is based on the examinations taken in Years Two and Three.

Year Two – compulsory modules
  • Welsh Devolution
  • Cymraeg y Gyfraith [Legal Welsh]
  • Cymraeg y Gweithle a’r Gymuned [Welsh in the Workplace and the Community]
Year 2 optional law modules
  • Discrimination and Law
  • Evidence
  • French Law
  • German Law
  • Insurance Law
  • Labour Law
  • Land Law
  • Law and Religion
  • Media Law
  • Sociology of Law
  • Tort
Year Three - compulsory modules:
  • Law Dissertation
Year Three - optional law modules
  • Administrative Law
  • Commercial Law
  • Company Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Family Law
  • Human Rights Law
  • Intellectual Property
  • Jurisprudence
  • Law of the European Union
  • Medicine, Ethics and Law
  • Public International Law
  • Trusts
Years Two and Three - optional Welsh modules

Apart from CY2126 Blas ar Ymchwil [A Taste of Research] - which is offered to Final Year students only, each module is offered bi-annually.

  • Ailddehongli Llenyddiaeth yr Oesoedd Canol [Reinterpreting Medieval Literature]
  • Amlddiwylliannedd yn y Diwylliant Cymraeg [Multiculturalism in Welsh-language Culture]
  • Blas ar Ymchwil [A Taste of Research]
  • Cyfieithu Proffesiynol [Proffesional Translating]
  • Cyflwyniad i Hanes yr Iaith [History of the Welsh Language]
  • Dadeni a Diwygiad 1550-1900 [Renaissance and Revival 1550-1900]
  • Canu’r Gymru Newydd: Barddoniaeth 1990–2010 [Poetry of the New Wales: Poetry 1990-2010]
  • Cyflwyniad i Astudiaethau Gwerin [Introduction to Ethnological Studies]
  • Cymdeithaseg yr Wyddeleg [The Sociology of the Irish Language]
  • Cymraeg i Oedolion [Teaching Welsh to Adults]
  • Cymru ar Daith: Llên Teithio Gymraeg [Wales on the Move: Welsh Travel Writing]
  • Cynllunio Ieithyddol [Language Planning]
  • Y Chwedl Arthuraidd [The Arthurian Legend]
  • Dafydd ap Gwilym
  • Y Ferch yn yr Oesoedd Canol [Women in Medieval Wales]
  • I Fyd y Faled [The World of the Ballad]
  • Gwleidyddiaeth a Phropaganda yn Llenyddiaeth yr 20g [Politics and Propaganda in 20th Century Literature]
  • Hanes y Ddrama [History of Welsh Drama]
  • Hunaniaeth a Diwylliant y Wladfa [The Identity and Culture of the Welsh Colony in Patagonia]
  • Iaith, y Ddinas a Chymdeithas [Language, the City and Society]
  • Iaith, Gwleidyddiaeth a Gwrthdaro [Language, Politics and Conflict]
  • Llenyddiaeth er 1900
  • Llenyddiaeth Plant [Children's Literature]
  • Llên y Ddinas [Urban Literature]
  • Merched a Llên yn y Cyfnod Modern [Women and Literature in Modern Wales]
  • Pedeir Keinc y Mabinogi [The Four Branches of the Mabinogi]
  • Rhyddiaith Ddiweddar [Modern Welsh Prose]
  • Saunders Lewis
  • Sgriptio [Scriptwriting]
  • Sosioeithyddiaeth [Sociolinguistics]
  • Theori a Beirniadaeth Lenyddol [Literary Theory and Criticism]
  • Williams Pantycelyn a'r Emyn [Williams Pantycelyn and the Welsh Hymn]
  • Ysgrifennu Creadigol [Creative Writing]

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