A very detailed programme of the course can be found here. It contains a precise list of all the topics covered in every single lecture of the course.
Below you can find a more succinct outline of the course, with references to textbook chapters (MS stands for Mandl-Shaw).
1. Introduction to the Lorentz group.
2. Elements of classical field theory: relativistic notation [MS Section 2.1], variational principle, equations of motion and Noether's theorem [MS Section 2.2, part in Section 2.4]. Natural units [MS Sections 6.1].
3. Classical scalar fields: real and complex Klein-Gordon action and the associated equation [MS Sections 3.1 and 3.2 (just the classical part)].
4. Second quantisation (free theories): canonical quantisation and Fock space interpretation of the free real and complex Klein-Gordon field; normal ordering [MS Sections 3.1 and 3.2]. Causality, commutators and time-ordered products, the Feynman propagator [MS Sections 3.3 and 3.4]. Advanced, retarded and Feynman Green's functions.
5. Classical spinor fields: Dirac equation [MS Section 4.2 (just the classical part)], Gamma matrices [MS Section A.8]. Spin of the Dirac field. Relativistic invariance of the Dirac equation [MS Section A.7]. Action principle for Dirac's field [MS Section 4.2 (just the classical part)], plane wave solutions [MS Section A.4]. Minimal coupling to an electromagnetic field [MS Section 4.5], non-relativistic limit of the Dirac equation, gyromagnetic ratio.
6. Fock space interpretation of the Dirac equation [MS Sections 4.1 and 4.3], Hamiltonian, momentum and U(1) charge in terms of the oscillators. The spin of the Dirac field in the second-quantised language. Dirac propagator [MS Sections 4.4].
7. Interacting theories. Schroedinger, Heisenberg and Interaction pictures [MS Appendix 1.5]. The evolution operator in the interaction picture and the S-matrix. The Dyson expansion of the S-matrix [MS Sections 6.2]. Feynman diagrams. Tree-level diagrams. Examples in phi^3 and phi^4 theories. Superficial degree of divergence of a Feynman diagram.