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This is a one year course and a good honours degree in Welsh or in Celtic Studies provides an excellent way in to the course. Taught modules account for 120 credits, and the dissertation (up to 20,000 words) which accounts for 60 credits must be submitted within two years. For the taught element of the course students will choose, in consultation with the Professor of Celtic Studies, four modules from among the following (30 credits each): Old Irish I, Old Irish II, Classical Irish I, Classical Irish II, Modern Irish 1, Modern Irish II, Modern Irish III, Modern Irish IV, Irish Philology, Phonology and Morphology of the Celtic languages (including the Celtic languages of the Continent), Comparative Celtic Literature, Celtic Ethnography, and Scottish Gaelic.