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Possible U.S. Credits: 6 semester credits. Normal course load is 2 modules per summer session.
Final transcript is issued by National University of Ireland, Maynooth.
Dublin, Ireland: Maynooth University – Summer Course Offerings
At Maynooth University, classes or courses are called “modules.” An undergraduate degree program is called a “course.”
Students will take 2 modules per summer session. Classes are held for 4 hours a day, Monday through Thursday. Number of credits per module is noted with the listing. Modules in the Maynooth Summer Program are split into two streams. This is done for scheduling purposes, so students may not enroll in two modules within the same stream. When looking at the course offerings, students must select one module from Stream A and one module from Stream B.
All students MUST get a total of 4 modules approved by their academic advisor, in case of changes in module availability. 2 modules from Stream A (your first choice and an alternate) as well as two modules from Stream B (your first choice and an alternate) must be approved. This way, if a module is full or cancelled, you’ll already have back-ups that you know your school will accept for credit. When you pre-register for modules (this happens after you’re accepted), you will have a total of 4 possible modules on your registration form, in order of preference. Maynooth University will not process your registration unless you list a total of 4 modules.
Maynooth University typically offers the following modules during the summer session. Module offerings are subject to change. Module descriptions can be found here under the “Learning” tab.
Climate Change (GY 313) (5 ECTS/3 U.S. credits)
Creative Writing (EN 272) (5 ECTS/3 U.S. credits)
The Cultural Heritage of Medieval Society (ID 202) (7.5 ECTS/4 U.S. credits)
Digital Humanities: Technology Transforming Cultural Heritage (AFF 263) (5 ECTS/ 3 U.S. credits)
Economics of the European Union (EC 217) (5 ECTS/3 U.S. credits) *Pre-req: Introduction to Microeconomics
International Marketing (MN 313) (5 ECTS/3 U.S. credits)
Introduction to the Anthropology of Ireland (AN 303) (5 ECTS/3 U.S. credits)
Ireland and the Great Famine (HY 273) (5 ECTS/3 U.S. credits)
Public Speaking and Communication (EN 010) (7.5 ECTS/4 U.S. credits)
Introducing the Cultural Heritage of Early Ireland (ID 201) (7.5 ECTS/4 U.S. credits)
Irish Art and Architecture 1600-1900 (LS 20) (5 ECTS/3 U.S. credits)
Irish Studies I – Modern Irish Literature (EN 254) (5 ECTS/3 U.S. credits)
Managing in International Environments (MN 215) (5 ECTS/3 U.S. credits)
Pilgrimage, Travel and Tourism in Ireland (HY 254) (5 ECTS/3 U.S. credits)
Socia Media (MN 329) (5 ECTS/3 U.S. credits)
Structured Programming (CS 620) (7.5 ECTS/4 U.S. credits)
Understanding Conflict: The Irish Experience (MC 102) (5 ECTS/3 U.S. credits)
Women, Gender and Society (GY 357) (5 ECTS/3 U.S. credits)