The Master of History is a 12-month program (24 months part-time).
It offers unique flexibility and diversity: four separate flows, eighteen modules, and an optional workstation. The broadcasts range from medieval and renaissance history to modern Ireland or the media and European and international history or history.
Select from a variety of themes, such as revolution and regime change, collective memory and commemoration, cultural heritage, medieval worldview, Ireland’s relations and encounters with the rest of the world, identity, nationalism, the evolution of health care, radicalism and social unrest, the historical uses and applications of modern media, war and peace, booms and busts from the dawn of modern finance, contemporary history, US foreign relations, or feminist history .
Students have the opportunity to:
- Examine the relationship between collective memory and identity and history.
- Critically appraise the manipulation, uses, and abuses of history.
- Investigate how history graduates contribute to many work environments.
- Question new and old ways of making history.
In addition, the Master of History provides the option of a job with a relevant host in the media, heritage, publishing industry, public or private sectors to apply and improve your skills. The combination of thoughtful and inventive assessment will provoke and challenge you, and the internationally respected team of teachers will guide you throughout the career. Equip yourself with a sophisticated appreciation of history and its applications.