New Courses at IT Sligo  for 2020IT Sligo

BSc (Hons) Construction Project Management & Applied Technology

(Level 8) CAO Code: SG346
This, four year programme is the first of its kind in Ireland to combine practical skills of applied construction technology with building information modelling and construction project management. This programme also incorporates work placement in third year, resulting in highly sought after graduates with a strong practical foundation and cutting edge construction management expertise.

See www.itsligo.ie/SG346

Higher Certificate in Applied Construction Technology

(Level 6) CAO Code: SG308
This, two year full time programme has a hands on practical focus to provide students with excellent skills in sustainable construction technology, carpentry, joinery and building information modelling.

See www.itsligo.ie/SG308

Higher Certificate in Health & Exercise Science

(Level 6) CAO Code: SG406
This 2-year course gives students the chance to either (1) exit after two years to pursue various allied health courses elsewhere (e.g. Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech & Language) OR (2) progress directly onto our Level 7 BSc Health Science & Physiology and in time pursue the Level 8 Honours degree in Health Science and Physical Activity.

See www.itsligo.ie/SG406

BSc Environmental Science with Ecology

(level 6, Level 7, Level 8)
There are three entry levels available for this new programme. Environmental Science with Ecology equips students with the learning to manage our man-made and natural resources. With a mix of outdoor field work, high tech laboratory experiments, computer mapping, site visits and classroom activities, students gain a range of skills to become Environmental Scientists, Ecologist, and Environmental Protection Officers. There are options to travel abroad, work placement, and specialize your own research project in final year.

Higher Certificate Sustainable Food Production

(Level 6) CAO Code: SG405
Sustainable food production systems include all processes and infrastructure involved in feeding a population: from growing, harvesting, processing, packaging, transporting, marketing, consumption, and disposal of food and food-related items. This programme has been developed to meet the demand for graduates with integrated skills in the agri-food sector. It is science based and covers food production; food processing technologies and sustainable food production across the food chain (farm-to-fork).

See www.itsligo.ie/SG405