This 2-year, level 6 course is aimed at those interested in pursuing a career in front office management. While primarily aimed at the hospitality sector, the course provides learners with the knowledge, skills and competencies for employment in a receptionist, front office, or administrative role in a modern office environment.
This 2-year Higher Certificate course in Science in Computing & Business is jointly developed by the Department of Computing Science & Mathematics and the Department of Business Studies. The Higher Certificate in Science in Computing and Business provides candidates with a range of skills in a technological and business context. It is focused to give candidates the foundation IT and business skills required for small and medium size businesses.
DK731 Architectural Technology
The principle aim of this programme is provide each student with the education and training necessary for entry into the construction and property industry at Architectural Technologist level.
DK732 Construction Management
This principle aim of this programme is to provide each student with the education and training necessary for entry into the construction and property industry at Construction Manager
DK831 Architectural Technology
Architectural Technology is the application of science and engineering knowledge to the design of buildings. They work together with architects in multidisciplinary teams to achieve efficient and effective technical design solutions which are robust, durable and sustainable. Architectural Technologists are technical designers, skilled in the application and integration of construction technologies in the building design process.
DK832 Construction Management
In particular, the programme aims to develop each student’s building knowledge, know-how, skill, competence with the confidence to begin, in practice, to effectively take responsibility for the making of those judgements and decisions commensurate with the role of the building technologist.
In addition, it seeks to prepare each student for the ongoing learning of his or her chosen profession through experience in practice and participation in continuing career development programmes and progression to higher level studies. The role of the Construction Technologist in the building industry is concerned with the provision, maintenance and renewal of Ireland’s building assets.
DK843 – Engineering (Common Entry with Award Options:
(i) Mechanical Engineering, (ii) Electrical & Electronic Systems
(iii) Civil Engineering)
This four-year honours degree in Engineering trains students for entry into Engineering practice and industry. Students entering the programme study a range of topics in the common entry first year before selecting their preferred option of Civil, Mechanical or Electronic / Electrical Engineering. Engineers design , develop and ensure the smooth operation of the systems, processes and infrastructure which power, enable and house modern life.