The School of History has seven MA programmes:
- MA in International Relations
- MA in the Irish Revolution
- MA in Local HistoryMA in Local History
- MA in Medieval HistoryMA in Medieval History
- MA in History
- MA in Renaissance Latin Culture
- MA in Strategic Studies (online only)
The School of History is a leading centre for postgraduate study with over 60 postgraduates working on taught and research degrees annually.
Its specialists in cultural, economic, political, intellectual, international, and social themes guide research into significant dimensions of Ireland, Europe and the wider world from the late antiquity to the twenty first century.
Currently, its staff supervise postgraduates on topics across all time periods including Irish-European interactions, migration, representations of Ireland, the Renaissance, ecclesiastical history, nationalisms (Irish, Polish, French, German, American etc.), war and peace, International Relations, European Studies, strategy, memory and history, the Irish famine, the Irish revolution (1912-1923), independent Ireland, international history, labour, women, social questions, digital history, European history, the Cold War and American foreign policy.
Its success in nurturing postgraduate studies reflects its strong research and public profile. It is a key contributor to collaborative MAs with other academic units including:
The School also offers MRes, MPhil and PhD programmes as well as the Masters Qualifying Examination in History and the Higher Diploma in Arts in History.
Applications for all programmes are made online through UCC's application system.
Further information available from programme co-ordinators or Deirdre/Geraldine, Postgraduate Administration Office, School of History, Tyrconnell 021-4902755 firstname.lastname@example.org
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