Definition:Irreducible (Representation Theory)/G-Module

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A $G$-module is irreducible if and only if the corresponding linear representation is irreducible.

That is, any proper $G$-submodule is trivial.

Also see

In Correspondence between Linear Group Actions and Linear Representations, it is shown that linear representations and $G$-modules are bijective.