Irish Studies Interdisciplinary Minor
The interdisciplinary Minor in Irish Studies requires fifteen credit hours of courses with full or significant Irish and/or Irish-diaspora content. Twelve hours must derive from upper-division courses - this is, courses at the 3000 lever or above. Three hours may, but do not have to, derive from a lower-division course or courses.
Courses may be selected from the list of courses below. Other courses with significant Irish content may also be applied to the Minor; however, any such course must be approved by the Director of the Center for Irish Research and Teaching, who may be contacted by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students are advised to consult the webpage of the Center for Irish Research and Teaching (georgiasouthern.edu/irish) for information about additional, semester-specific courses that have significant Irish content and, thus, have been pre-approved for the Minor. Those courses may be offered either on campus or through a study-in-Ireland program.
|Select 15 credit hours from the following:||15|
|Irish Literature to 1850|
|Irish Literature since 1850|
|Irish Women Writers|
|Early British Literature|
|Modern Britain: 1485 to the Present|
|Irish Language, Gaeilge: I|
|Irish Language, Gaeilge: II|
|Introduction to Irish Culture|
|Selected Topics in Irish Studies|
|Ireland in Film|
|Northern Irish Identities, Conflict, and Peace-Making|
|The Irish Philosophical Tradition|
|Total Credit Hours||15|
Dr. Howard Keeley
Interdisciplinary Studies Building