Candidates must hold at least a second class Honours, Grade 11 primary degree or equivalent, with appropriate information systems or computing technology skills content. Candidates who do not meet or achieve the 2H2 standard may be admitted to the programme on the basis of extensive practical or professional experience as deemed appropriate by the Professor of Business Information Systems and the Faculty of Commerce.
Months of entry
This provides students with a coherent portfolio of business, management and consultancy skills and enhances their knowledge of IS concepts and core technical skills. This is achieved through a series of modules oriented around three themes: Information Systems; Professional and Consulting Skills; and Innovation and Software Development. Students learn to focus on business deliverables and business interactions through an integrated project which runs across multiple modules of the programme. Students also work on a group project to develop an innovative software idea into a prototype and draw up a viable business plan. Mentoring input from selected industry practitioners is provided
Fees and funding
As this course is funded under the Graduate Skills Conversion Programme, EU Students admitted to this programme in 2009/2010 will pay an annual tuition fee of £2,000.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Brian O'Flaherty
- 00 353 (0) 21 4903335