New Courses in GMIT for CAO 2021 EntryGMIT

Level 8

GA285 – BEd in Art, Design and Graphics (CCAM)

If you have a dream of becoming a post-primary teacher, have a flair for creativity and enjoy design and technical challenges, then this is a course tailor-made for you.

This unique learning opportunity is designed to provide a pathway for students to teach both Art and Design and Communication Graphics in Irish secondary schools. Students will develop their creative skills and learn and apply new digital technologies to enable them to master these subjects.

A strong practical focus and carefully designed projects and assignments ensure that learners can engage with course content in a meaningful and comprehensive way.

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GA892 – BA (Hons) Community Development and Youth Work – Mayo Campus

The meaning of community development and youth work can be interpreted and understood in a variety of ways.  It is apparent in today’s contemporary societies that inequalities exist, environments are under increasing pressure and human rights for some people remain unfulfilled.

The Community Development and Youth Work degree is designed to enable graduates to become critical thinkers and to work with diverse groups of people across the lifespan.

Through participatory processes learners will be guided to consider the multiple factors that impact upon people’s daily lives. Through dialogue, lectures, case studies, on-line learning, experiential activities, individual and group projects, creative inputs, research and Professional Practice Placement learners acquire knowledge, develop skills and competencies to work effectively in diverse community and youth work settings.

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Level 7

GA876 – BA Community Development and Youth Work – Mayo Campus

The Community Development and Youth Work degree is designed to enable graduates to become critical thinkers and to work with diverse groups of people across the lifespan.

Through participatory processes learners will be guided to consider the multiple factors that impact upon people’s daily lives.

Through dialogue, lectures, case studies, on-line learning, experiential activities, individual and group projects, creative inputs, research and Professional Practice Placement learners acquire knowledge, develop skills and competencies to work effectively as a team member in diverse community and youth work settings.

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