The M.A. in Irish and Irish-American Studies offers students a broad interdisciplinary curriculum that emphasizes new approaches to the field of Irish Studies modeled on the best methods of contemporary Humanities and Social Science scholarship. Courses taught by Glucksman Ireland House faculty in History, Literature, Music, and Cultural Studies investigate the Irish experience in and outside of Ireland. The many archives and the vibrant Irish community of New York City offer unparalleled opportunities for graduate study. The M.A. degree can be completed in three semesters at the NYU Washington Square campus, or in one calendar year with full-time summer study in New York and in Dublin.
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Middle States Commission on Higher Education
International Student Requirements:
Where appropriate for non-native speakers of English, the Test of English for speakers of Foreign Languages (TOEFL) is required.