Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Heritage Studies (Add-on)
Location: Galway - Dublin Road
NFQ Level: 8
Programme Duration: One year
Mode of Study: Full time
Application Route: Apply direct to GMIT
Entry Requirements: Apply through the Admissions Office in GMIT
This programme is open to all graduates who have a Level 7 degree in Heritage Studies and wish to progress to a Level 8 Honours degree in Heritage Studies. This programme is also open to graduates from other higher education institutions. Potential candidates are invited to apply directly through the Admissions Office in GMIT.
Please see our brochure below under Download Documents for more information about this course.
- Irish Historiography (PDF 336KB)
- Policy Practice & Survey Methods in Built Heritage (PDF 307KB)
- Heritage Tourism 1 (PDF 30KB)
- Dissertation (PDF 329KB)
- Geography, Planning and Human-Environment Relations (PDF 364PB)
- Curatorial Practice in Critical Heritage Contexts (PDF 315KB)
- Heritage Tourism 2 (PDF 312KB)
- Irish Cinematic History & Cultural Identity (PDF 302KB)
Gaeilge 4A (PDF 316KB); Gaeilge 4B(PDF 306KB); Spanish 4A(PDF 307KB); Spanish 4B(PDF 314KB); French 4A(PDF 297KB); French 4B(PDF 300KB); German 4A(PDF 309KB); German 4B(PDF 311KB); Entrepreneurship(PDF 301KB); Creativity and Innovation(PDF 318KB); Biodiversity and Conservation(PDF 312KB); Web Design and Development(PDF 304KB); E-Commerce Website Development & Integration(Pdf 303KB); Environmental Impact Assessment(PDF 311KB); Sustainable Hospitality and Tourism Management(PDF 311KB); European History Field Studies(PDF 309KB).
For details on career opportunities, see our listing for the four-year Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Heritage Studies programme.
For details on follow-on studies, see our listing for the four-year Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Heritage Studies programme.
Dr Mark McCarthy