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Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Certificate & diploma genealogy courses: Autumn 2016

The Irish Ancestry Research Centre (IARC) in Limerick has opened enrolment for the following two courses:

The Certificate in History of Family & Genealogical Methods is managed by IARC and held at the University of Limerick (UL). The course is held on campus on Thursday evenings from 6:30pm to 9:30pm but there is also an online programme available.

It runs across the Autumn and Spring semesters and offers options of progression to MA History of Family and to the Diploma in University College Cork.

Full details of the modules and assessment of the course can be downloaded here.

IARC's Diploma in Genealogy is accredited by University College Cork (UCC) and is offered in conjunction with its Centre for Adult Continuing Education. It is a traditional course offered on-campus at UCC, specifically designed to suit the active-retired, part-time employed and unemployed adult learner and offers participants the opportunity to engage in an interdisciplinary study of the past while developing genealogical research skills.

It is a two year programme at NFQ level 7 requiring a three-hour weekly class commitment. You can download full details here.

Further information on both these courses is available from Dr David J. Butler – E: d.butler@ucc.ie, or from IARC – E: info@irisharc.org T: +353 61 207114.