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NEW Courses at DIT

Posted on May 27, 2016

Biomedical and Molecular Diagnostics - Level 8

CAO Code: DT206

This four-year full-time undergraduate programme is designed to bring students from the fundamental sciences to advanced diagnostics, product (test) design and development. The aim is to foster the development of technically competent, flexible graduates with practical problem solving abilities, bioentrepreneurship, generic and transferrable skills via a combination of coursework, work placement and research placement. A unique feature of the programme is the integration of diagnostic and analytical sciences with bioproduct design and development. 

Graduates of this programme will be uniquely placed to tap into this rapidly growing market in commercial areas such as the in-vitro diagnostic industry. Graduates will also be ideally placed to pursue additional qualifications and follow a research or academic career path. 

Quantity Surveying & Construction Economics (Direct Entry)

Programme Code: DT8155 (Part-Time)

The programme is fully accredited by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland.

DIT in partnership with a number of house-hold employers in the Irish construction industry  are work closely together to ensure to launch of a new look part-time degree in September 2016. This course will appeal to school leavers, mature students and to applicants who possess a QQI level 5 award in a construction related skill area or equivalent.

It is envisaged that students will be assisted in seeking employment on a full-time basis in a construction or engineering company and attend college one day week. A particular feature of the programme will include a “Work Related” learning component. The module aims to provide students with the opportunity to formally record and reflect on their experience in the workplace and undertake a work-related project.  

For more information on all courses visit our website here

 


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