European Art History

University College Cork


Course Name European Art History
Course Provider University College Cork
Course Code DAH
Course Type Lifelong Learning
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Special Purpose Diploma (Level 6 NFQ)  More info... Special Purpose National University of Ireland Level 6 NFQ
Special Purpose Diploma (Level 7 NFQ)  More info... Special Purpose National University of Ireland Level 7 NFQ
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Attendance Options Part time, Online or Distance, Blended
Location (Districts) Cork City
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment Next Intake FEBRUARY 2022
Application Date

Expand+CLOSING DATE 31 January 2022

How Do I Apply
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Duration 2 years part-time online
Course Fee €1500 per academic year
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Entry Requirements

Candidates must be at least 21 years of age by 1 January of the year of application and have Leaving Certificate (or equivalent qualification) /FETAC Level 5 qualification.

Candidates who do not have Leaving Certificate or QQI Level ...


Expand+Course Practicalities
The course schedules study trips throughout the two-year cycle. Previous classes have gone to Rome, Paris, London and Edinburgh. We also visit Cork galleries and galleries in Dublin. These trips are optional and a supplementary...

Course Content

Expand+Why Choose This Course
This course is not simply about art history; it is about making connections between the visual arts and other aspects of human creativity throughout history. At a time when questions about the nature of Europe, and what it mea...

Subjects Taught

Expand+Year 1 Modules
AD1839: The Art of Northern Europe (5 credits)
This module will explore the characteristics of the 'Northern Renaissance' as manifested in the traditions of Netherlandish, Flemish and German Art from the fifteenth to the sixteenth ce...

Assessment Method Assessment will include essays, learning journals, field trip reports and online discussion forums. Assessments are optional. If students choose to do assessments they will be guided by professional and experienced tutors. All assessments are designed to match an appropriate learning level. While we want students to do their best, most of all, we want them to enjoy the course.
Further Enquiries Programme Coordinator: Matthew Whyte
+353 (0)21 490 4700

Programme Administrator: Siobhan Hosford
021 490 4702
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