Why Choose a DCU Faculty of Science and Health Degree?
BSc in Biotechnology / BSc in Genetics and Cell Biology
DCU has a 30-year history of innovation in Bioprocessing Teaching and Research with a strategic investment in a new Microbial Bioprocessing Facility in the School of Biotechnology. This new facility aims to provide students with access to the most industrially relevant equipment and processes, whilst also acting as an innovation hub for microbial bioprocessing in the north Dublin region. Whether you choose our BSc in Biotechnology or BSc in Genetics & Cell Biology, you’ll become part of a lively community of Biologists, Bioinformaticians and Engineers in an industrial and research-driven environment.
BSc in Environmental Science and Technology
If climate change and the myriad of environmental challenges we face, concerns you then learn the skills to understand and improve our environment through a degree in Environmental Science and Technology at DCU.
Physical Education with Maths
Our focus offers students the unique opportunity to learn how to teach both subjects through hands on practical experience, with small class sizes that allow students direct access to leading experts in both disciplines.
BSc in Financial Maths / BSc in Actuarial Maths
Both courses offer an excellent route into well-paid, rewarding careers for students who like maths, who are good at it, and who are interested in seeing how maths is used in the world of business and finance.
BSc in Applied Physics / BSc in Biomedical Physics / BSc in Physics with Astronomy
Come and study Physics at DCU and explore the Universe, from the tiniest particles to the biggest galaxies and everything in between. With a physics degree, the sky’s not the limit, it's just the beginning.
BSc in Science Education
Studying two of Physics, Chemistry or Maths, this integrated four year STEM Teacher Education programme provides a recognised teaching qualification.
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