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GLUCKSMAN IRELAND HOUSE • NEW YORK, NY 10003-4573 • 212-998-3950
CHAIR OF THE DEPARTMENT:
Professor Joe Lee
DIRECTOR OF GRADUATE STUDIES:
Clinical Assistant Professor John P. Waters
Glucksman Ireland House NYU is home to the Irish and Irish-American studies program. Locate on the corner of Washington Mews and Fifth Avenue, the townhouse provides a welcoming environment for most courses in the program.
Master of Arts Program in Irish and Irish-American Studies
Applicants to the M.A. in Irish and Irish-American studies should have a B.A. degree with a minimum 3.0 or equivalent GPA. Applicants may hold a degree in any field of the humanities or the social sciences, but should demonstrate in their personal statement the relevance of prior study to their desire and competence to do an Irish studies M.A. In addition to a personal statement and online application form, the following documentation is required: a writing sample of 15 to 20 pages, three letters of reference, the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) general test results, and one official copy of a transcript from each university previously attended.