Students will learn to understand the molecular, biochemical and cellular processes for disease caused by exposure to toxicants.
Students will be trained to use the most modern molecular, genetic, analytical and biomedical techniques to identify environmental and therapeutic exposures of public concern.
This is an exciting course, which includes a compulsory overseas work placement. You will study the full suite of topics related to managing hospitality at the highest level, including bar, restaurant, front office and food and beverage management.
Tourism is now the largest indigenous employer in Ireland, with 230,000 people employed in the industry (Irish Times, 2016).
In today’s world, design and innovation play a huge role well beyond the creative industries – finding solutions to problems that impact upon every aspect of our lives. Given this rapid pace of change, the agile providers of products and services have to constantly blend design, technical, business and innovation skills to remain competitive.
This exciting honours degree in Design Technology & Innovation is a new CAO offering. It provides opportunities to learn how to design, develop and commercialise technology products and services.
This new Psychology degree is being offered from September 2018. Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind and behaviour. It examines how we think, feel, act and interact with other people. It examines questions such as: What makes each person unique? How can we communicate so that others understand us better? How can we make teams work efficiently? How can we help people to overcome anxiety? How can we make our dreams become a reality? If you are interested in similar types of questions, then this course is likely to be relevant to you.