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.
IT Requirements: A MEDIUM spec (i.e. able to run Win 10, an AV solution and Office comfortably. Be able to use Wi-fi and camera to attend online classes, use other software such as SPSS, Adobe Connect, Minitab, Maple, so needs more RAM, SSD, etc.)
Please search for the TU Dublin offer on the HEA website www.heanet.ie/store
- 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 and blended learning * Average of 12-18 hours of independent and online study required per week
- Saturday September 25th
- Saturday October 16th
- Saturday November 20th
- Saturday December 11th
These dates are provisional and will be confirmed in September 2021.
The programme is predominantly online. There will be some campus workshops and assessments in 2021/2022. Dates for these will be advised at the commencement of the semester.
Course will commence week of 27/09/2021
**Please note that class timetables and modes of delivery are indicative and may be subject to change, depending on public health advice**
We hope to secure funding for this course. Please check back in late May for further information.
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)