Ordinary Bachelor Degree (NFQ Level 7 )in a non-related discipline or Ordinary Bachelor Degree in Computing (NFQ Level 7) where their date of award exceeds 5 years previous from their date of application.
The Higher Diploma in Science in Computing is designed to give students a comprehensive understanding with specific abilities in the areas of computing technology and associated best practices, as well as to act as a basis on which to progress to higher studies in computing
The Higher Diploma in Science in Computing is suitable for degree holders at NFQ Level 7, or higher who want a skills conversion path to an IT environment, that is, individuals who wish to redirect their careers into the ICT industry (Conversion to IT).
The emphasis on the course is on a theoretical and practical approach in a modern working environment with the latest appropriate technology and techniques necessary for the cultivation of advanced computing skills valuable to today’s ICT market place at the level appropriate for a Higher Diploma in Science in Computing.
- Software Engineering 1
- Computer Systems
- Web Development Introduction
- Software Engineering 2
- Communications and Networking
- Modelling and Database Design
- Web Application Development
- Project Skills
- Web Software Engineering
- Project Design and Development
1 Saturday per month 9.30am - 5.30pm plus blended learning which consists of 12 hours per week of directed learning delivery online. * Average of 12-18 hours of independent and online study required per week
Applications for part time courses will open in April 2020
Before making your application and paying the non-refundable €50 application fee please read the following guidelines. https://tudublin.ie/study/part-time/how-to-apply/
Graduates of this course may progress on to the Master of Science in Computing (Applied Cyber Security) or Master of Science in Computing (Applied Data Science & Analytics)