Data Centre Operations and Management / Oibríochtaí Lárionaid Sonraí agus Bainistíocht

Minimum entry requirement to this programme is a Higher Certificate (NFQ Level 6) in electrical, electronic, mechanical (or cognate) disciplines.
All applicants will be required to take a bridging module ‘Introduction to Data Centre Operations’ (CDCO H3011).

Applicants with QQI Level 6 Award (Advanced Craft Certificate) in a craft such as Electrical, Electrical Instrumentation or Fitting and with 3 years post-qualification experience in an industrial environment may also be considered eligible for entry to this programme. Such applicants will be required to take additional bridging modules in semester 1 which may include ; Science for Data Centres (CDCO H3012); Electrical Fundamentals (CDCO H3013); Functions and Calculus (CDCO H3014).

The BSc in Data Centre Operations and Management aims to produce graduates with relevant industry-specific skills to support sustainable data centre processes and practices, with clear professional career progression routes. It is a Level 7 Ordinary degree developed and delivered by the School of Informatics and Engineering at TU Dublin Blanchardstown.

Year 1 Semester 1

Introduction to Data Centre Operations
Science for Data Centres*
Electrical Fundamentals*
Functions and Calculus*
*Bridging modules to be taken dependent on prior qualification and experience

Semester 2

Engineering Systems and Transforms
Computer Networks
Quality Systems

Semester 3

Electrical Power Systems for Data Centres

Year 2

Semester 1

Instrumentation and Control
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems for Data Centres

Semester 2

Facilities Management
Project
Automation for Data Centres

Monday 7pm-10pm  [Online]

Wednesday 6pm-10pm [Online]

3-4 Saturdays per semester for laboratory and tutorial work [On campus]

 

The learning process uses both on-campus contact and online delivery in blended delivery mode.

This will consist of:

• Weekly online lectures and tutorial sessions, delivered throughout each of the 12-week semesters. Sessions are delivered live, and also recorded for later study. Learners can attend these online sessions synchronously, or listen to the recorded versions when time permits.

• A number of on-site lab days are held at TU Dublin Blanchardstown each semester, usually 3-4 days per semester. Students will do a series of practical labs and tutorial sessions. Completion of lab assignments based on these on-site lab sessions will contribute, partly or completely, depending on the module, to the Continuous Assessment component of a student’s mark for each module.

Assessment

Students are assessed via a combination of continuous assessment and examination.

Course commences in September 2021. Applications will open in 2021

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/

 

TU Code

TU074

Level

7

Award

Bachelor of Science

Duration

2 Years (5 Semesters)

Course Type

Undergraduate

Mode of Study

Part Time

Method of Delivery

Classroom, Online

Commencement Date

September 2021

Location

Blanchardstown

Fees

€3,500 per year

Fees (Non-EU)

TBC

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