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Dublin City University - DCU
Dublin City University - DCU
Course Code
D-130
Zone
Level
NFQ Type
Major
Duration
4 - 6 Years
Attendence
Full Time

Course Summary

Students of this course study the broad and expanding area of Information Technology (IT), including subjects in management science, computing, communications technology and human sciences. This level 8 honours DCU degree is delivered through online learning and so is more flexible than a full-time, or part-time, campus based programme.

This is not a CAO entry course - course fees required - apply directly to the college.

Not a CAO Course - Fees apply.

Course Details

College Link > D-130 - Information Technology - Online Flexible Learning

Colleges often have information about the course on their own website, along with other useful information relating to the college. (Note: Not always available)

Career Sectors

This course prepares you for working in the Career Sectors below. Follow the links to get a fuller understanding of the sectors you are preparing for.

Entry Requirements

To view Mature Entry requirements, or alternative requirements, please visit Qualifax or the Colleges' website


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QQI FET/FETAC Links

This course does not appear to accept applicants with Further Education and Training (FET) awards. Please check with the college directly - sometimes this data is not published openly, or special arrangements may be available.

Points Calculator for QQI Awards:
Details of the QQI scoring system and a points calculator can be found  HERE

The Student - Career Interests

This course is typically suited for people with the following Career Interests. If these interests do not describe you, this course may prepare you for work you may not find satisfying.

Investigative

The Investigative person will usually find a particular area of science to be of interest. They are inclined toward intellectual and analytical activities and enjoy observation and theory. They may prefer thought to action, and enjoy the challenge of solving problems with sophiscticated technology. These types prefer mentally stimulating environments and often pay close attention to developments in their chosen field.

Career Progression

There is currently a huge demand for skilled IT graduates. For example, it is estimated that in 2013 the Irish economy will have between 2,400 to 4,500 job vacancies for graduates with an Honours Bachelor Degree or Masters in computing (Source: Forfás). This relates to jobs in the ICT sector alone, and does not count additional demand for IT graduates from other sectors of the economy.

Further Research

Qualifax
Qualifax Course Page

Qualifax is the National Learners Database. (Note: Link not always available)

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