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Design History & Material Culture



This MA in Design History & Material Culture (DHMC) is about objects: things you might sit on, drink from or wear; things you might cherish, throw away or never notice; things for special occasions and things you use every day; things made by machine, things made by hand and things never made; spaces you might visit, inhabit or travel through; ideas about things, things about ideas.

Training ProviderNational College of Art & Design NCAD
Course LocationDublin, Ireland
Location PostcodeDublin 8
Course CategoryCultural Studies, Arts & Humanities
Course QualificationMasters Degree
Awarding BodyUCD
Course FeePOA
Course Duration1 year full time (or 2 years part time)
Entry RequirementsThe programme is open to graduates with an honours degree award of 2.2 or higher, or an equivalent academic or professional qualification in a relevant discipline. The College also takes into consideration prior learning and experience.
Carear PathThe course consistently receives excellent feedback from both external examiners and students. Students on the course have been awarded internationally recognised awards for their work and many have gone on to pursue doctoral research at NCAD and elsewhere. Graduates have published their work in peer-reviewed journals and many are working within education (second and third level), art/design practice, galleries, museums, historic houses, film, theatre, publishing and government bodies responsible for arts/craft promotion.
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