Irish Studies Interdisciplinary Minor
The interdisciplinary Minor in Irish Studies requires fifteen credit hours of courses with a significant Irish dimension. Twelve of the required fifteen credit hours must derive from upper-division courses. Three of the required fifteen credit hours may, but do not have to, derive from lower-division courses.
Courses may be selected from the list of courses below approved for the minor. Other courses with an Irish concentration must be approved by the Director of the Center for Irish Research and Teaching.
On a regular basis, students pursuing the Minor in Irish Studies should consult with the Director of the Center for Irish Research and Teaching. They should also check the semester-by-semester course listings on the Center for Irish Research and Teaching webpage. To supplement the list of courses approved for the Minor in Irish Studies, the Center generally offers additional Irish courses through its summer study-in-Ireland program at the Waterford Institute of Technology in southeast Ireland.
|Select 15 credit hours from the following:||15|
|Medieval British Literature: 700-1450|
|Irish Literature to 1850|
|Irish Literature since 1850|
|Irish Women Writers|
|Modern Britain: 1485 to the Present|
|Gaelic Irish I|
|Gaelic Irish II|
|Introduction to Irish Culture|
|Selected Topics in Irish Studies|
|Ireland in Film|
|Celtic Identity and Conflict|
|The Irish Philosophical Tradition|
|Total Credit Hours||15|