Is Computing, Data & Mathematics for you?
Computing is the study of computational systems and our relationships with them. Computer Scientists play an increasingly important role in society and use their knowledge and skills to build computational systems that improve our everyday lives. Computer Science also deals with abstract theoretical issues that lead to advancements in areas such as more efficient algorithms, new programming languages, improved modes of interaction and intelligent systems. Over our broad range of Computing courses, students will study topics such as Software Development & Design, Programming, Computer Systems & Networking, Operating Systems, Systems Analysis, Data Modelling & Database Design, Web Development and Professional Development and all of our courses have strong links to industry.
Cyber Security and Artificial Intelligence are both rapidly becoming the fastest-growing areas of the ICT industry. Our courses in Cyber Security will give students an all-round perspective on information security risk and risk management and will produce produce highly-skilled graduates to counter the growing cyber security threat facing the world today. Our courses in Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning were developed in consultation with major IT Companies such as Amazon AWS, Microsoft, SAP & IBM and combine a unique mix of Computing, Business Intelligence and Data Science skills.
Mathematicians and Data Analysts play key roles in a wide range of industries in Ireland and abroad contributing their excellent analytical and problem-solving skills to the creation of innovative products and services and converting complex data into insights that can help businesses solve a broad range of real-world problems. Our Mathematical Sciences course encompasses most areas of mathematics and statistics. Students will acquire high-caliber analytical, problem-solving skills in the context of the real-world, by building on a sound foundation of mathematical principles with a range of modelling and IT skills, placing an emphasis on practical problem-solving techniques.
|Course Title||Course Code||Level||Location|
|Computing (General Entry)||TU756||Level 7||Tallaght|
|Computing (Information Technology)||TU757||Level 7||Blanchardstown|
Computing in Networking Technologies (Learn & Work)
(Application via TU Dublin, not CAO)
|Digital Forensics & Cyber Security||TU758||Level 7||Blanchardstown|
|Cloud Computing||TU865||Level 8||Tallaght|
|Computing (General Entry)||TU859||Level 8||Tallaght|
|Computing (Information Technology)||TU860||Level 8||Blanchardstown|
|Computer Science||TU856||Level 8||Grangegorman|
|Computer Science (Infrastructure)||TU857||Level 8||Grangegorman|
|Computer Science (International)||TU858||Level 8||Grangegorman|
|Computing with Artificial Intelligence Machine Learning||TU862||Level 8||Tallaght|
|Computing (Language)||TU861||Level 8||Tallaght|
|Digital Forensics & Cyber Security||TU863||Level 8||Blanchardstown|
|Mathematical Sciences||TU874||Level 8||Grangegorman|
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