This NEW Master’s programme introduces students to concepts, debates, tools and methods related to the application of digital technologies to humanities research and creative (especially literary) practice. The programme is co-taught by staff from English, Information Technology, Media Studies and other units, including the James Hardiman Library.
- DURATION: One year full-time or two years part-time.
- ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: An NQAI Level 8 degree, Second Class Honours, or equivalent, with a 2:1 in a relevant subject. Applicants who do not meet the formal academic requirements can apply for entry through the University’s Recognition for Prior Learning Policy.
- APPLICATION DATE: Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis: 16 places are available
- PAC CODE for online applications: GYA83 (full-time) and GYA84 (part-time).
- START DATE: September 2017!
CONTACT: Prof. Sean Ryder firstname.lastname@example.org