Graduate Studies and your Career
The College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences offers a wide range of postgraduate courses to develop the employment potential of your CACSSS degree.
Teacher training: Professional Masters in Education
This is a two-year, full-time teacher education course (Level 9), designed to qualify graduates as post-primary secondary school teachers. It is fully recognised and accredited by the Teaching Council of Ireland for the purpose of registration as a professional post-primary teacher in Ireland and the EU.
Click on this link for further details: https://www.ucc.ie/en/pec01/
3+ 1: Professional training with a masters degree
Students who complete a Level 8 bachelor degree may acquire career-specific training with a one-year, taught masters degree (MA, MSc, MSocSc). Our College offers professional training courses at Level 9 in education, psychology, social work and policy, youth and community work, heritage, environment and landscape, osteoarchaeology, planning and sustainable development, GIS, coastal and marine management, digital humanities, performing arts (music, film and theatre), museum studies, government and public policy, translation studies, criminology, among other areas.
In addition to these professional courses, the College offers postgraduate research degrees (Level 9 and 10) with career potential across some 30 subject areas. In addition, we offer Postgraduate Diplomas and Higher Diploma career conversion courses, as well as continuous professional development training in many areas.
Click here for details of our postgraduate courses: https://www.ucc.ie/en/study/courses/
Click here for information on our Graduate School: https://www.ucc.ie/en/cacsss/grads/