Computing - Fundamentals - Masters Qualifier

TU Dublin - City Campus

 

Course Name Computing - Fundamentals - Masters Qualifier
Course Provider TU Dublin - City Campus
Alternative Provider(s) TU Dublin - Technological University Dublin
Course Code DT265C
Course Type Postgraduate
Qualifications
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Continuing Professional Development Diploma TU Dublin None
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Attendance Options Part time
Location (Districts) Dublin City Centre
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment Start Date: September 2019.
Application Date Closing Date: The general closing date is 30th April 2019. Please note that late applications may be accepted subject to availability.
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Duration 2 semesters part-time.

Timetable / Hours
For the full-time route, teaching hours will take place Monday to Friday. Evening attendance may be required for some modules.

For the part-time route, teaching will be in the evening with classes starting at 18.00. Attendance on Saturdays may be required for some modules.
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Entry Requirements

Expand+The minimum admission requirement is an Honours Bachelor degree (level 8) in a non computer science discipline. Applicants with other qualifications and relevant experience may also be considered for entry as exceptional cases.

Applicants must pr...

Comment Location:
School of Computing College of Sciences and Health DIT Kevin Street, Dublin 8 School.
Contact: Andrea Curley
T: 01 402 2840
E: cspg@dit.ie

Qualification Awarded: CPD Diploma (Fundamentals of Computing) Level 8 (30 ECTS credits)
Course Content

Expand+Introduction
The MSc in Computing Masters Qualifier will offer graduates in non computing disciplines the opportunity to acquire the core knowledge of computing concepts necessary to be eligible for entry to the MSc in Computing programme in the Sch...

Subjects Taught Object-Oriented Software Development
Information Systems
Architecture, Operating Systems and Networks
Web and User Interface Design
Systems Analysis and Testing
Careers or Further Progression Progression
Graduates who pass all modules and achieve an overall mark of 50% can progress directly to the MSc in Computing programme.

Students who do not achieve an overall average mark of 50% can progress to the Higher Diploma in Computing (DT265) programme where they can take one additional semester to help prepare for progression to the MSc in Computing programme.
Further Enquiries Programme co-ordinator
School of Computing
College of Sciences and Health
DIT Kevin Street, Dublin 8
School Contact: Andrea Curley
T: 01 402 2840
E: cspg@dit.ie
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