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History of Family and Genealogical Methods - Certificate

Course Details

Available: Part- Time

Duration: 1 Year

Award: Certificate

Qualification: NFQ Level 6 Minor Award

Faculty: Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Course Type: Professional/Flexible

Fees: For Information on Fees, see section below.

Contact(s):

Name:
David Butler
Email:
david.butler@ul.ie
Name:
Irish Ancestry Research Centre
Email:
info@irisharc.org
Web:

Brief Description

The Certificate in History of Family & Genealogical Methods, offered on campus at the University of Limerick (in Ireland) is now open for 2019-20 enrollment.  This course offers options of progression to MA History of Family and to the Diploma in UCC. The on-campus Certificate course runs fortnightly on Thursday evenings from 6.30 – 9 pm, throughout the UL Autumn and Spring semesters. It is online only every other Thursday of the semester, as well as approximately a monthly double class or seminar, on weekdays or Saturdays, in Dublin, Cork or Limerick. For more details about the certificate course please follow the links below.

This certificate programme is designed to provide a supportive and stimulating context for history of family research. It is a one-year, part-time course, which caters for the continuing education needs of those who wish to undertake study in the theory, methodology and practice of history of family and genealogical methods and who require supervision in carrying out research particularly as it might be applied to an understanding of familial heritage in the context of local, regional and national identity.

PROGRAMME OF STUDY

The course consists of four modules, worth a combined 30 credits, which will be delivered one evening every second week, 6.30pm to 9.00pm during the UL Autumn and Spring semesters. A sympathetic academic environment will be provided by the course lecturers, who will offer guidance in appropriate research skills. Also Available ONLINE.

Autumn Semester
  • HI2101 History of Family I: Theory and Practice
  • HI2131 Sources and methods for the History of Family
Spring Semester
  • HI2102 History of Family II: Migration and Communities
  • HI2132 Research Methods

Applications are invited from mature students (in general 23 years of age on 1 January of the year of registration). Each mature student is considered on an individual basis, whose academic qualifications, work experience, motivation and overall potential for the programme are evaluated.

Fees – subject to review

€800 (EU) (Student levy €92 is inclusive)

€1845 (Non EU) (Student levy €92 is inclusive)