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Cork Institute of Technology (CIT)

Rossa Avenue, Bishopstown, Bishopstown, Cork, Republic of Ireland. Eircode: T12 P928

Cork Institute of Technology offers Bachelor degrees, Honours Bachelor degrees, and postgraduate Masters and PhD degrees.

CIT courses cover Business, Engineering, Science, Computing, Humanities, Media, Art, and Music. We have an enviable record of providing students with excellent employment opportunities and a firm basis for future career development.

We offer the full range of higher education qualifications, including Bachelor degrees, Honours Bachelor degrees, and postgraduate Masters and PhD degrees. CIT has a very well developed ‘ladder’ structure to enable students to progress through the different levels of qualifications.

CIT offers 73 courses through the CAO. Forty-one of these are on the Honours Degree (Level 8) list. It’s important to note in addition that there are thirty courses on the Bachelor Degree Level 7 list which have routes of progression to Honours Degree courses at CIT.

CIT is one of the most highly rated higher education colleges in Ireland, both in terms of facilities and in the great student-staff relations.

Photography with New Media (BA Honours)

The six subjects must include English or Irish.There is no specific Mathematics requirement. Grade F2 or higher in Foundation Level Mathematics is recognised as one of the subjects.

Musical Theatre (BA (Honours)

Each candidate who sits an Assessment Test is awarded up to a maximum of 600 points that are added to the Leaving Certificate points for the purpose of determining entry. Each standard candidate must achieve the minimum threshold of 276 points in the Assessment Test and must also meet the minimum Leaving Certificate entry requirement…

Theatre & Drama Studies (BA Honours) (Level 8)

Each candidate who sits an Entrance Exam is awarded up to a maximum of 600 points that are added to the Leaving Certificate points for the purpose of determining entry. Each standard candidate must achieve the minimum threshold of 276 points in the Entrance Test and must also meet the minimum Leaving Certificate entry requirement…

Structural Engineering (BEng Honours)

The course is taught primarily through lectures, practicals, and tutorials. A significant emphasis is placed on project and experimental work with site visits and field trips making up an integral part of the coursework. There is a continuing regional, national and international requirement for structural engineers with a knowledge of construction. Students may use appropriate…

Sustainable Energy Engineering (BEng Honours) (Level 8)

There is a mandatory work placement module for a minimum of 10 weeks at the end of the third year. However, in most instances the company will extend this over the summer up to six months in total. The student will be placed in an energy related industry, consultancy, government agency (SEAI), or research group.…

Visual Communications (BA Honours)

Visual Communications, also known as Graphic Design encourages you to think creatively and produce new design ideas and concepts. From pitching a design brief to a client, to producing graphics, a new brand, layout for interface or illustration for a book, you will go on a journey to understand who you are as a designer.

Nutrition and Health Science (BSc Honours) (Level 8)

This course is designed to meet the need for scientists with technical competency in the design, development, production, analysis and upgrading of products that are involved in the maintenance, restoration and promotion of human health and wellbeing. Graduates will be able to apply their understanding of human nutrition and its role in health and disease…

Recreation and Leisure Management (BBus)

There is a mandatory supervised work placement of 5 weeks in Year 3 (e.g. Leisure Centres, Adapted Physical Activity Centres and Sports Coaching Settings).

Popular Music
Popular Music: Drums

► Entrance Exam All applicants must sit the CSM’s BA (Honours) in Popular Music Degree Course Entrance Test (provisional dates: Thursday to Saturday, 23rd – 25th April 2020).

Popular Music: Electric Bass Guitar

► Vetting Vetting is conducted by the National Vetting Bureau (formerly known as the Garda Central Vetting Unit). The National Vetting Bureau (NVB) helps to assess the suitability of all applicants on this programme. It is important to note that participation in or completion of this programme may be affected by subsequent disclosure/discovery.

Popular Music: Electric Guitar

► Entrance Exam All applicants must sit the CSM’s BA (Honours) in Popular Music Degree Course Entrance Test (provisional dates: Thursday to Saturday, 23rd – 25th April 2020).

Popular Music: Keyboards

NB: Candidates are NOT allowed to defer the results of the Entrance Exam from one year to the next.

Quantity Surveying (BSc honours degree)

The course is taught primarily through lectures, practicals and tutorials. Also a significant emphasis is placed on project and experimental work with site visits and field trips making up an integral part of the coursework.

Nautical Science (BSc) (Level 7)

Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Nautical Science

Pharmaceutical Biotechnology (BSc Honours) (Level 8)

The course content is specifically designed to meet the needs of the many relevant employers both nationally and internationally, and contains topical, cutting edge, industry specific material. The lectures are supplemented with in depth analysis of relevant case studies, projects, assignments, interactive videos, web tools and site visits. A substantial portion of the contact time…

Physical Sciences (Common Entry) Level 7 CR300
Physical Sciences (Common Entry) Level 8 CR305
Software Development (BSc Honours) (Level 8)

Helpful subjects with ‘problem solving skills’, or that require analytical thought e.g. Mathematics, Science, Engineering.

Software Development (BSc) (Level 7)

Helpful subjects that contain some element of problem solving e.g. Mathematics, Science, and Engineering.

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