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Jen (63.100.108.20 - 63.100.108.20)
Posted on Friday, September 05, 2003 - 12:11 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

A Chairde,

Anyone know of any universities (in America or Ireland) offering graduate programs in Irish studies that can be completed entirely through distance learning? I am interested in pursuing graduate work on this topic (mainly for personal enrichment) but there are not any schools in my area offering such a dedgree.

Lé buíochas,
Jen

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Paul (66.152.218.225 - 66.152.218.225)
Posted on Friday, September 05, 2003 - 01:15 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

A Jen, a chara,
I've come across Regis Univ's program on the web. I don't know anyone who's completed the course, but Univ College Galway has an excellent reputation.
Slán tamall,
Paul

Undergrad Adult Certificates: Irish Studies Certificate



Certificate in Irish Studies (12 SH)
Regis University, in partnership with the National University of Ireland, Galway, is proud to offer the first and only Irish Studies Online certificate program in the world.

In this program, four upper division undergraduate courses guide the student through 1500 years of Irish history, language, literature, sociology, religion, and archaeology.

Courses completed through this certificate program may be applied as electives within any degree plan. Visit www.irishstudiesonline.org for more information.

IRSH410E Early Christian Ireland 431-1169
IRSH410F Medieval Ireland, Literature and Society 1169-1603
IRSH410G Early Modern Ireland 1603-1845
IRSH410H Modern Ireland: Culture and Society 1845-1998

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