NUI Galway Postgraduate Prospectus 2021

Programmes 28 Education (Professional Master of, [Post-Primary]) 29 Education Leadership 30 Education (Special and Inclusive Education) 31 Education Studies 32 Oideachas (Máistir Gairmiúil san, [Iar-bhunscoil]) 33 Special Educational Needs 34 Advanced Language Skills: French, German, Italian or Spanish* 35 French* 36 German Literature/Language* 37 Nua-Ghaeilge* 38 Spanish* 39 Translation Studies* 40 Ardscileanna Gaeilge do Mhúinteoirí 41 Ateangaireacht Chomhdhála 42 Conference Interpreting 43 Cleachtas Gairmiúil sna Meáin

63 Literature and Publishing 64 Writing 66 Digital Cultures 67 Digital Media 68 Medieval Studies 69 Old and Middle Irish 70 Culture and Colonialism 71

Irish Studies—Literature and History 72 Irish Studies—Literature and Music 73 History 74 International Contemporary Literatures and Media* 75 Global Women’s Studies: Gender, Globalisation and Rights 76 Values and Knowledge 77 Politics and Sociology 78 Public Advocacy and Activism 79 Art and Ecology 80 Fine Art 81 Fine Art: Studio Art 82 Applied Behaviour Analysis 83 Clinical Neuroscience 84 Clinical Psychology 85 Clinical Psychology (for Qualified Clinicians) 86 Consumer Psychology 87 Child, Youth and Community 88 Environment, Society and Development 89 Family Support Studies 90 Health Psychology 91 Psychology (HDip—Conversion) 92 Psychology (HDip—Full) 93 Social Work 94 Social Work, Practice Teaching, Supervision & Management 95 Adolescent Health

44 Gaeilge Fheidhmeach 45 Léann an Aistriúcháin

46 Léann Teanga 47 Archaeology 48 Coastal & Marine Environments: 49 Landscape Archaeology 50 Rural Futures Planning and Innovation 51 Creative Arts: Producing and Curation 52 Drama and Theatre Studies 54 Irish Theatre History and Archives 55 Playwriting and Dramaturgy 56 Theatre Practice and Production 57 Film Production & Direction 58 Film Studies: Theory and Practice 59 English 60 Journalism 61 Sports Journalism and Communication 62 Global Media and Communication Physical Processes, Policy & Practice

*Note on Master’s Programmes in the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures Each master’s programme in the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures is made up of 60 taught credits and a dissertation worth 30 credits. Every programme has a minimum of 20 core compulsory credits in taught modules and students can complete the 60 credit requirement by selecting taught modules from all programmes in the school to build a tailored programme to suit their individual needs. Modules focus on developing advanced skills in language, literature or translation and students can select literature modules studied through the original language or international literature in English translation. Language specialisms in this programme are currently, advanced French, Gaeilge, German, Italian, Spanish, and beginners and advanced Latin.


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