Dublin Internship Streams

During a Study & Internship program in Dublin, you have the unique opportunity to live, work, and study in one of the most vibrant cities in Europe!

All students take two required courses during their Study & Internship program:

As well as two to three other elective course options, depending on which Stream you select. Below is a table of the Streams and interest areas FIE@DBS offers. 

DBS is undergoing a programmatic review process for a number of its degree programs in 2019, which may result in some content
changes and title changes to some Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 modules. Please continue to monitor our website, queries can be directed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

A full description of elective courses can be found in the DBS Course Catalog*. Each course is generally awarded 3 credit hours by US institutions. Please check with your study abroad advisor. 

Fall 2019 Streams  Spring 2020 Streams 
 

 


FALL 2019 STREAMS

Stream Stream Description Elective 1 Elective 2 Elective 3
 Arts & Humanities  Film & History Film Theory and Criticism From Enlightenment to Revolution 1700 to 1815
 Irish Studies The Making of Modern Ireland 1798 to 1922 20th Century Irish Literature
 Business & Marketing  HR, Business Law & Marketing Business & Company Law Organisational Behaviour Marketing Essentials
 Finance & Literature Business Finance 20th Century Irish Literature
 Digital Marketing &  Communications Digital Marketing Concepts Digital Photography
 Digital Marketing & Sales Digital Marketing Concepts Effective Selling for Business
 Marketing& Event Planning Event Planning Marketing Communications
 Marketing & Psychology Fundamentals of Marketing Organisational Psychology
 Marketing & Finance International Marketing Business Finance
 Information Systems & Marketing International Marketing Business Information Systems
 HR & Film Organisational Behaviour Film Studies Today
 Marketing & Literature Selling and Sales Management 20th Century Irish Literature
 IT & Multimedia  IT & Research Fundamentals of Programming Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods
 Web Design & Marketing Web Design & Media Client Side Development Marketing Communications
 Media & Journalism  Broadcasting & Media Production Advanced News and Broadcast Methods Magazine Production Entertainment Journalism
 Film & Entertainment Journalism Entertainment Journalism Style, Stardom & Performance
 Basic News Reporting Magazine Production Marketing Communications
 Social Sciences  Criminology & Psychoanalysis Criminology Introduction to Psychoanalysis Multimedia tools
 Gender & Contemporary Culture Gender & Sexuality Issues in Contemporary Life and Culture
 Health & Social Policy Health Studies Social Policy: Historical and Cultural Perspectives International Marketing Practise
 Psychology & Research Modelling Cognitive Systems Psychological Research Methods
 Psychology, Research & Work Modelling Cognitive Systems Psychological Research Methods Organisational Psychology
 Public Affairs, Political & Economic Issues Political and Economic Issues for Social Studies Public Affairs
 Political & Economic Issues, Media & Integrity Political and Economic Issues for Social Studies Media & Identity
 Economic Sociology & the Health Professions Social Care, Social Justice & the Caring Professions Economic Sociology

 

SPRING 2020 STREAMS

 Stream  Stream Description  Elective 1  Elective 2
 Business & Marketing  Tourism & Event Planning   Event Planning & Operations  Tourism Marketing
   International Marketing  International Marketing  Consumer Behavior
   Analytics & Marketing  Data Management & Analytics   International Marketing 
   Economics & Business  Economic Perspectives  Business Contexts and Organisation
   Marketing & Management  Strategic Management  Services Marketing
   Accounting & Marketing  Business Accounting B6AC046  Services Marketing
 Media & Journalism  Journalism & Analytics  Journalism Expertise  Advanced News & Broadcast Methods
   Film  Layout & Design  Cultures & Contexts
   Journalism  Journalism Experitise  Online Journalism
   Journalism & Management  Journalsim Expertise  Journalism Expertise
   Journalism & Cultural Theory  Critical & Cultural Theory  Online Journalism
 Social Sciences  Psychology  Fundamentals of Cognitive Psychology  Fundamentals of Biopsychology
   History & Management  From History Student to Historian  Management
   History & Film 1  From History Student to Historian  Film in the Digital Age
   History & Film 2  The Age of Extremes  Contemporary Cinemas

 


COMPLEMENTARY INTERNSHIP INDUSTRY AREAS

FIE has also put together the below table to show a relevant Internship Industry that complements different streams. Students are NOT required to choose the industry paired with the stream, it is meant for illustrative purposes only!

Stream Stream Description Internship Industry
 Arts & Humanities  Film & History Historical & Cultural Organizations
 Drama & Visual Culture Historical & Cultural Organizations
 Irish Studies Historical & Cultural Organizations
 Business & Marketing  HR, Business Law & Marketing Business & Economics; PR & Marketing; Legal & Justice
 Finance & Literature  Historical & Cultural Organizations
 Digital Marketing & Communication Historical & Cultural Organizations
 Digital Marketing & Sales PR & Marketing; Advertising; Communications; IT & Multimedia
 Marketing& Event Planning PR & Marketing; Advertising; Communications
 Marketing & Psychology PR & Marketing; Advertising; Communications
 Marketing & Finance Accountancy & Finance; Business & Economics; PR & Marketing
 Information Systems & Marketing IT & Multimedia; PR & Marketing; Advertising
 HR & Film Historical & Cultural Organizations; Business & Economics
 Marketing & Literature PR & Marketing; Advertising; Communications
   Tourism & Event Planning PR & Marketing; Advertising; Communications
   Marketing & Research PR & Marketing; Communications
   International Marketing PR & Marketing; Communications
   Analytics & Marketing PR & Marketing; Communications
   Finance & Marketing PR & Marketing; Business & Economics
   Finance & Business Business & Economics; Human Resources
 IT & Multimedia   IT & Research IT & Multimedia
 Web Design & Marketing PR & Marketing; Advertising; Communications; IT & Multimedia
 Media & Journalism  Broadcasting & Media Production Journalism & Media; Communications
 Broadcasting, Media Law & Ethics Journalism & Media; Communications
 Broadcasting & Film Journalism & Media; Communications
 Film, Media & Drama Journalism & Media; Communications; Historical & Cultural Orgs
 Film & Entertainment Journalism Journalism & Media; Communications
 Journalism & History Journalism & Media; Communications; Historical & Cultural Orgs
 Journalism & Marketing Journalism & Media; Communications; Advertising; PR & Marketing
   Jouralism & Design Journalism & Media; Communications; Advertising; PR & Marketing
   Journalism & Marketing Journalism & Media; Communications; Advertising; PR & Marketing
   Literature & Design Journalism & Media; Communications; Advertising; PR & Marketing
   Journalism Management  Journalism & Media; Communications
 Social Sciences  Criminology & Psychoanalysis Legal & Justice Orgs
 Gender & Contemporary Culture Historical & Cultural Organizations; Legal & Justice Orgs
 Health & Social Policy Human Resources; Communications; Administration
 Psychology & Research Human Resources; Communications; Administration
 Psychology, Research & Work Human Resources; Communications; Administration
 Public Affairs, Political & Economic Issues Legal & Justice Orgs
 Political & Economic Issues, Media & Identity Legal & Justice Orgs
 Economic Sociology & the Health Professions Human Resources; Communications; Administration
   Psychology Human Resources; Communications; Administration
   History & Business Historical & Cultural Organizations; Administration; Business & Economics
   History & Society Historical & Cultural Organizations; Administration; Business & Economics

 

Please note, Dublin Business School is conducting an ongoing programmatic review for academic year 2019/2020 that is unlikely to result in dramatic changes to the current course catalog. As such, please continue to use the above catalog when referencing available DBS courses and electives.