Celtic Studies examines the history, culture, and languages of the Celtic region.
The Center for Celtic Studies provides interdisciplinary, international educational opportunities for UWM students. Our program includes on-campus instruction by UWM and visiting international faculty, as well as study-abroad options in Ireland, Great Britain, and Europe. We provide a wide range of course and research topics relating to cultures-both historical and modern—that share Celtic influence: the early Continental Celts and the Breton, Cornish, Galician, Irish, Manx, Scots, and Welsh peoples.
Students can concentrate their studies on the Celtic languages, both spoken and written, or they may choose to investigate the broader themes of the Celtic world, such as art, archaeology, literature, history, folklore, music and myth.
Celtic Studies Courses
CELTIC 103 First Semester Irish Gaelic
CELTIC 104 Second Semester Irish Gaelic
CELTIC 133 Celtic Crossings: Overview of the History and Cultures of the Celtic World
CELTIC 192 First-Year Seminar:
CELTIC 193 First-Year Seminar:
CELTIC 199 Independent Study
CELTIC 203 Third Semester Irish Gaelic
CELTIC 204 Fourth Semester Irish Gaelic
CELTIC 250 Selected Topics in Celtic Studies:
CELTIC 285 Modern Irish Language and Literature in Translation
CELTIC 289 Internship in Celtic Studies, Lower Division
CELTIC 297 Study Abroad:
CELTIC 299 Ad Hoc:
CELTIC 350 Advanced Topics in Celtic Studies:
CELTIC 489 Internship in Celtic Studies, Upper Division
CELTIC 497 Study Abroad:
CELTIC 499 Ad Hoc:
CELTIC 699 Advanced Independent Study