School of Canadian Irish Studies
The Canadian Irish Studies program enables students to explore the history and culture of Ireland and the Irish experience in Canada and Quebec. They foster an increased awareness of the significant contribution the Irish have made towards the development of both Quebec and Canadian society.
Canadian Irish Studies
Major in Canadian Irish Studies — 42 credits
The major gives students a broad understanding of the history, literatures and cultures of Ireland and the Irish Diaspora.
Minor in Canadian Irish Studies — 24 credits
The minor is intended for current students and must be combined with an honours, specialization, or major program from another department.
Certificate in Canadian Irish Studies — 30 credits
The certificate program is directed to members of the larger community and may be taken as an independent program.
Sample courses include:
Introduction to Canadian Irish Studies, History of Ireland, The Irish Famine, The Irish Literary Revival, Field Studies in Ireland, Irish Studies: Dispersal and Settlement, The Irish in Canada
Canadian Irish Studies (Major/Minor/Certificate) requirements: Minimum cut-off averages, admission statistics and program requirements.
Undergraduate admissions guidelines: For information on international admission, required documents, proof of language proficiency, the university admissions timetable, selection and notification process.