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New Courses in GMIT

New Courses in GMIT for 2018

Level 8

GA382 Culinary and Gastronomic Science 

NEW for CAO 2018! Four year honours degree combining scientific principles with the theoretical and practical aspects of food. Graduates will develop the skills neccessary for an exciting career in food research and development and/or the culinary sector.


GA383 Food Innovation and Enterprise – information to follow

GA384 Event Management with Public Relations – information to follow

GA385 Retail Management – information to follow

GA580 Software and Electronic Engineering –  information to follow


GA682 Biomedical Engineering (new in CAO handbook, had Sept intake)

Ireland has over 29,000 people employed in the MedTech sector according to data released by Enterprise Ireland, and Ireland is the second largest employer of MedTech professionals in Europe. As many as 18 of the world’s top 25 medical technology companies have a base in Ireland, and 50% of the 400 MedTech companies based here are indigenous.


GA683 Agricultural Engineering (as above)

The agri-food sector is one of Ireland’s most important indigenous manufacturing sectors, accounting for the employment of around 150,000 people.

Enterprise Ireland (EI) has identified Agricultural Machinery as one of the dominant engineering sub sectors within Irish Engineering. Furthermore, EI have identified this area as having significant growth potential in the coming years.


GA684 Engineering (Common entry)

This is a one year programme that gives you an entry route into the following four different Engineering honours degree courses:

  • Agricultural Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Energy Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

It will give you the opportunity to discover these disciplines during first year, before you have to make a final decision on which course is right for you.


Level 7

GA372 Food Innovation and Enterprise (Change of  name, previously Culinary Arts)  – information to follow


GA378 Culinary and Gastronomic Science 

The Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Culinary and Gastronomic Sciences aims to provide the student with the knowledge, creative skills and technological competences necessary for a career in the food and/or culinary sector.

The course is designed to reinforce and enhance the student’s knowledge of scientific principles, processes and technologies through the study of food.

This degree course will benefit students who are interested in applying scientific principles to the theoretical and practical aspects of food, from production of raw materials to food product development.


GA570 Software & Electronic Engineering (Change of name, previously Computer & Electronic Engineering) – information to follow


GA674 Biomedical Engineering (new in CAO handbook, had Sept intake)

Ireland has over 29,000 people employed in the MedTech sector according to data released by Enterprise Ireland, and Ireland is the second largest employer of MedTech professionals in Europe. As many as 18 of the world’s top 25 medical technology companies have a base in Ireland, and 50% of the 400 MedTech companies based here are indigenous.


GA675 Agricultural Engineering (as above)

The agri-food sector is one of Ireland’s most important indigenous manufacturing sectors, accounting for the employment of around 150,000 people.

This degree has been designed to deliver high quality agricultural engineering graduates to local and national agricultural and agri-food industries, in order to meet this demand.


GA676 Engineering (Common Entry) 

This is a one year programme that gives you an entry route into the following five different Engineering degree courses:

  • Agricultural Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Energy Engineering
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

It will give you the opportunity to discover these five disciplines during first year, before you have to make a final decision on which course is right for you.


GA677 Manufacturing Engineering Design 

Manufacturing is the biggest employer in Irish industry.

Manufacturing organisations need people who can design, plan and implement their manufacturing process, and oversee the smooth running and maintenance of their factories.

So, if you are a detail-oriented person, you enjoy working with people, and are analytical, you should consider a career in manufacturing engineering design.

 

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