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  • LSAD Masters
    ie For further information regarding applications and fees contact Muriel Dinneen School Administrator Limerick School of Art and Design LIT Clare Street Limerick muriel dinneen lit ie Tel 061 208871 Fax 061 311496 Click on link below for further details

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  • LIT - LC111 Fashion Knitwear & Textiles - Higher Certificate
    ABOUT ABOUT About LIT Welcome From The President Academic Council Governing Body Useful Information Academic Calendar Freedom Of Information Reports Procedures Plans Useful Links Vacancies LIT STAFF Search the staff directory CONTACT US Contact Details LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie LC111 Fashion Knitwear Textiles Higher Certificate LIT LIT Courses LC111 Fashion Knitwear Textiles Higher Certificate LC111 Fashion Knitwear Textiles Higher Certificate Home LC111 Fashion Knitwear Textiles Higher Certificate Fashion Knitwear Textiles Higher Certificate Level 6 Programme Code LC111 Course Level Level 6 Department Art Design CAO Points 210 Duration 2 Years Campus Limerick Clare St Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about This unique 2 year Higher Certificate in Design in Fashion Knitwear and Textiles offers students the opportunity of training in fashion knitwear design and production within the clothing garment sector and also knitted textile design and production focusing on areas beyond fashion and clothing i e accessories for fashion interior accessories and fine art textiles A BA in Fashion Knitwear and Textiles is in development which will offer students a pathway to progress from the Higher Certificate programme The programme offers students the exciting prospect of placement and the opportunity to work on live collaborative projects within the knit industry sector The popularity of Knit as an option within the existing BA in Fashion Design programme is evidenced by previous successes of Fashion students in recent knit competitions e g RDS Competition in Knit and Crochet 2011 Persil Fashion Awards 2010 and international Feel the Yarn and Mittelmoda competitions Graduates who have specialised in knit include Orlaith O Connor and Katarzyna Wypych who have shown their graduate knit collections in Shanghai 2010 and Washington DC 2010 However there is an increased demand for the knit specialisation in Fashion at both Irish and international level and this programme aims to meet this growing need Class Contact Hours Initially 23 hours per week in Year 1 however as the programme progresses the course of study becomes increasingly self directed Want More Download the information flyer here Useful Links Click here for information on Portfolio Assessment Click here for Portfolio Assignment Information Year 1 Year 1 of the programme endeavours to provide students with the necessary skills vocabulary and contextual knowledge to build a strong foundation in Fashion Knit Textiles It is composed of modules Research Design Development Colour Presentation Pattern Drafting Construction Drawing Illustration Fashion Specific Drawing Fashion Knitwear Knitted Textiles Fashion Theory Contextual Research Year 2 This year will enhance student employability and career prospects by deepening design and skill knowledge acquiring new skills and competencies most crucially in garment and product design and production knitted textile development and Knit CAD CAM technology It is composed of the following modules Design concept development Textile development Knitting skills techniques CAD CAM Design Programming Pattern drafting Construction for Product Fashion Presentation Drawing Fashion Theory Contextual Research Placement takes place in the summer months at the end

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  • LIT - Applied Science
    293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie Applied Science LIT Applied Science Engineering Technology Applied Science Applied Science Home Applied Science ASET Applied Science Built Environment Electrical Electronic Engineering Information Technology Mechanical Automobile Engineering Courses News Applied Science Courses Contact Enquiries Pharmaceutical and Forensic Analysis This programme aims to produce high quality problem solving graduates skilled in the measurement principles and techniques employed in Forensic and Pharmaceutical Analysis Mood Poem This was the third part of the enormous Music Legacy Project entitled The Pigtown Fling which was created and directed by Dr John Greenwood of the Limerick Institute of Technology and Lecturer of Music Technology Production LIT CAO It started in LIT Drug Medicinal Product Analysis This honours degree will develop your skills for employment in high class manufacturing of excellent quality healthcare drug and medicinal products Student Handbook Click to view LIT Student Handbook Masters and PH D Postgraduate Research Opportunties Currently Available at LIT Engaging in research is vital for LIT both in terms of staff development and curriculum development Check out Postragduate opportunities available LIT here Biology As a graduate of this programme you will gain expertise in key areas including Microbiology Biochemistry Biotechnology Genetics Bioforensics Food Health and Environmental Sciences Environmental and Analytical Science Programme This programme will enable you to work in the environmental section of the pharmaceutical chemical food or biotechnology industries as well as the local authorities and other regulatory bodies Medical Technology BSc Level 7 This innovative and exciting new programme aims to address a shortage of skills in this dynamic area and is the only course of its kind in Medical Technology in Ireland NEW B Sc Level 7 Environmental Management in Agriculture This degree has been developed to provide graduates with expertise in the management of agriculture s interaction with the environment Commencing in September 2015 on the LIT Thurles Campus with a first year module on farm enterprises in Gurteen College Environmental Management Thurles Campus Choosing this course will give you the practical skills and knowledge required to embark on careers in an exciting and expanding environmental sector The Department of Applied Science in Limerick and Thurles offers an extensive suite of programmes that will help you launch an exciting career in Science and we are delighted that you are considering starting your Science career with us We offer programmes in Applied Biology Applied Chemistry Environmental Science Environmental Management Pharmaceutical and Forensic Science and Drug and Medicinal Product Analysis Whichever you choose Analytical Science is at our core which gives you a passport to the modern scientific world Work Placement is an integral component in all our Honours degree programmes while our Graduate Internship programme with the Space Life Science Laboratory at NASA s Kennedy Space Centre Florida is the only one of its kind in Ireland LIT Applied Science graduates are highly sought after by national and international industry and by international research centres as our graduates are recognised for having the highest quality in Analytical

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  • LIT - Built Environment
    Information Reports Procedures Plans Useful Links Vacancies LIT STAFF Search the staff directory CONTACT US Contact Details LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie Department of Built Environment LIT Applied Science Engineering Technology Built Environment Built Environment Home Department of Built Environment ASET Applied Science Built Environment Electrical Electronic Engineering Information Technology Mechanical Automobile Engineering Courses News Built Environment Courses Contact Enquiries LIT CAO It started in LIT New Interior Design Technology Courses on Offer The department of Built Environment is now offering a Level 7 course in Interior Design Technology Click here to view for more information about the course Student Handbook Click to view LIT Student Handbook Masters and PH D Postgraduate Research Opportunties Currently Available at LIT Engaging in research is vital for LIT both in terms of staff development and curriculum development Check out Postragduate opportunities available LIT here Work Based Learning The aim of the Work Based Learning Programme is to increase the opportunity for industry based Degree Level 7 graduates to progress to a BSc Honours in Construction Management Quantity Surveying or Civil Engineering Management Craft Apprentice Programmes Get your Craft qualification in Carpentry Joinery Bricklaying Stone Cutting Plastering and Tiling The purpose of these programmes is to supplement the training given onsite through related Theory and Practice UK Applicants may apply UK Applicants may apply for Quantity Surveying 4 year BSc Honours Degree Property Valuation Management 4 year BSc Honours Degree both accredited by RICS MSc in Quantity Surveying on offer by department of Built Environment The aim of this programme is to enable learners to acquire a highly practical level 9 qualification in quantity surveying The programme will enable the learner to specialise in an aspect of quantity surveying namely sustainable public

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  • LIT - Electrical & Electronic Engineering
    ASET Applied Science Built Environment Electrical Electronic Engineering Information Technology Mechanical Automobile Engineering Courses Social Media Electrical Electronic Engineering Courses Contact Enquiries Progression LIT Music Week This year marks a very special milestone for Music Technology at LIT Ten years As part of our celebration of the course going from strength to strength this year s music week shall be bigger better than ever LIT success at the Craol Achievement Awards 2015 Congratulations to Katie Hughes Jack Ward 1st Year Video Sound Students who s special production for the Annual Limerick Film Festival won a National Craol Achievement Award in the Special Programming Category Mood Poem This was the third part of the enormous Music Legacy Project entitled The Pigtown Fling which was created and directed by Dr John Greenwood of the Limerick Institute of Technology and Lecturer of Music Technology Production LIT CAO It started in LIT Electronic Engineering BEng Level 7 This programme is ideal if you want to build an Electronics Engineering career in Design Manufacturing Servicing Marketing or Consultancy Student Handbook Click to view LIT Student Handbook Masters and PH D Postgraduate Research Opportunties Currently Available at LIT Engaging in research is vital for LIT both in terms of staff development and curriculum development Check out Postragduate opportunities available LIT here Industrial Electrical Engineering Bachelor of Engineering Level 7 Have you an interest in how things work Do you like engineering taking things apart putting them back together again If you have an enquiring mind and would like to work safely and competently with electricity then this programme is for you Music Technology Production BSc Level 7 This programme is ideal for students wishing to build a career in the Music and Audio production industry Graduates will have the knowledge and skills needed to perform at a high level in a number of modern technical environments LIT Robert Laffan Wins 10 000 overall prize Student Entrepreneur 2015 LIT s Robert Laffan Winner of Unique Double 10000 Student Entrepreneur of the Year 2000 Innovative Student Engineer of the Year Congratulations to Rob his project supervisor Ian Foley all in the Dept of Electrical Electronic Eng Renewable and Electrical Energy Systems BSc Level 7 This course covers all the technologies needed to produce energy and in particular electrical energy from renewable sources to monitor and control energy systems and to connect them to the electricity grid Industrial Automation Robotic Systems BEng Level 7 If you are interested in how things work have a logical mind have an appreciation of the power of automation of how much it is going to impact our lives in the future then you will enjoy be successful in this area Video Sound Technology Higher Certificate in Science Level 6 The programme is designed to develop the student s creative and technical ability to function as a member of a broadcast production team in a practical setting The programme aims to develop Technical Operators in broadcast television The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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  • LIT - Information Technology
    Clonmel LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie ENTERPRISE RESEARCH ENTERPRISE Enterprise Ladder Innovation Vouchers Hartnett EAC National Franchise Centre Enterprise START Market Link Enterprise News Events RESEARCH Research LIT Masters Ph D Research Opportunities Research Centres Postgraduate Courses R D Strategy Shannon ABC European Projects DEVELOPMENT Development Office Industry E U Funding National Development Plan LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie ABOUT ABOUT About LIT Welcome From The President Academic Council Governing Body Useful Information Academic Calendar Freedom Of Information Reports Procedures Plans Useful Links Vacancies LIT STAFF Search the staff directory CONTACT US Contact Details LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie Information Technology LIT Applied Science Engineering Technology Information Technology Information Technology Home Information Technology ASET Applied Science Built Environment Electrical Electronic Engineering Information Technology Mechanical Automobile Engineering Courses News Information Technology Courses Contact Enquiries Progression The Department of Information Technology provides a wide and diverse range of programmes including the following undergraduate programmes Internet Systems Development Business Computing Software Development Multimedia Programming and Design Office Management Systems and Computer Networks Systems Management The Department also offers two Level 9 postgraduate programmes Graduate Diploma MSc in Computing in Education and MSc in Computing Security and Digital Forensics Our Honours Degree programmes are recognised by the Teaching Council of Ireland and provide a possible career path onto the Higher Diploma in Education programme Exemptions may also be sought through the professional accountancy bodies for our Business Computing and Office Management Graduates Learners on the Computer Networks Systems Management Degree programme can study for the industry standard CISCO networking qualification while studying for their Honours Degree Our ambition

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  • LIT - Courses
    353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie ABOUT ABOUT About LIT Welcome From The President Academic Council Governing Body Useful Information Academic Calendar Freedom Of Information Reports Procedures Plans Useful Links Vacancies LIT STAFF Search the staff directory CONTACT US Contact Details LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie ASET Courses LIT Applied Science Engineering Technology Courses Courses Home ASET Courses ASET Applied Science Built Environment Electrical Electronic Engineering Information Technology Mechanical Automobile Engineering Courses Applied Science LC260 Applied Biology BSc Limerick Moylish A8260 Bioanalysis Biotechnology BSc Honours Limerick Moylish A8261 Chemical Instrumentation Analysis BSc Honours Limerick Moylish A7261 Chemical Instrumentation Analytical Methods BSc Limerick Moylish LC266 Drug Medicinal Product Analysis BSc Honours Limerick Moylish LC431 Environment Agriculture Higher Certificate in Science Thurles LC264 Environmental Analytical Science BSc Limerick Moylish A8264 Environmental Analytical Science BSc Honours Limerick Moylish LC262 Environmental Analytical Science Higher Certificate in Science Limerick Moylish LC408 Environmental Natural Resource Management BSc Honours Thurles LC424 Environmental Natural Resource Management Higher Certificate in Science Thurles LC425 Environmental and Natural Resource Management BSc Thurles LC428 Environmental Management in Agriculture BSc Thurles LC268 Medical Technology BSc Limerick Moylish LC267 Pharmaceutical Forensic Analysis BSc Limerick Moylish LC265 Pharmaceutical Forensic Analysis BSc Honours Limerick Moylish Postgrad56 Postgraduate Studies Research Opportunities in Science Limerick Moylish Built Environment LC248 Built Environment Undenominated BSc Honours Limerick Moylish LC250 Civil Environmental Engineering Higher Certificate in Engineering Limerick Moylish LC251 Civil Engineering BEng Limerick Moylish LC252 Civil Engineering Management BSc Honours Limerick Moylish LC253 Construction Higher Certificate in Science Limerick Moylish LC241 Construction Management BSc Honours Limerick Moylish LC256 Construction Practice Higher Certificate in Science Limerick Moylish A8244 Energy Management Built Environment BSc Honours Limerick Moylish FETAC44 FÁS Apprenticeship Craft Apprentice Programmes Limerick Moylish A7247 Health Safety BSc in Construction Limerick Moylish LC257 Interior Design and Technology BA Limerick Moylish LC247 Interior Design Technology Higher Certificate Limerick Moylish Postgrad117 Master of Science in Quantity Surveying Limerick Moylish LC242 Property Valuation Management BSc Honours Limerick Moylish LC259 Property Valuation Management Higher Certificate in Science Limerick Moylish LC243 Quantity Surveying BSc Honours Limerick Moylish A7243 Site Management BSc in Construction Limerick Moylish LC244 Sustainable Building Renewable Energy BSc Limerick Moylish LC246 Sustainable Building Renewable Energy Higher Certificate in Science Limerick Moylish Electrical Electronic Engineering A8276 Audio Video Production BSc Honours Limerick Moylish FETAC67 Craft Apprentice Programmes Electrical Trade Programmes Limerick Moylish LC272 Electrical Installation Practice Higher Certificate Limerick Moylish LC275 Electrical Systems BSc Honours Limerick Moylish LC279 Electronic Engineering BEng Limerick Moylish LC274 Electronic Engineering Higher Certificate Limerick Moylish A8279 Electronic Systems BSc Honours Limerick Moylish LC277 Industrial Automation Robotic Systems BEng Limerick Moylish LC271 Industrial Electrical Engineering Bachelor of Engineering Limerick Moylish A8270 Music Production BSc Honours Limerick Moylish LC270 Music Technology Production BSc Limerick Moylish Postgrad68 Postgraduate Research Opportunities Limerick Moylish LC278 Renewable and Electrical Energy Systems BSc Limerick Moylish A8278 Sustainable Electrical Power Systems BSc Honours Limerick Moylish A7276 Video Sound Technology BSc

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  • LIT - LC233 Software Development - BSc (Honours)
    Development BSc Honours Home LC233 Software Development BSc Honours Software Development BSc Honours Level 8 Programme Code LC233 Course Level Level 8 Department Information Technology CAO Points 2015 265 Duration 4 years with Work Placement in Year 3 Campus Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about This programme provides students with the skills and knowledge to meet the needs of today s IT industry Software is everywhere on the Internet on your mobile phone on your games console managing your bank account and more This programme focuses on Software Engineering and Software Development techniques Object Orientation Java Web Development C Mobile Apps Cloud etc With the mix of skills this programme provides students will be ideally positioned to secure employment in either Open Source or NET technology jobs as a Software Engineer Software Developer Java C Net Expression Blend System Analyst Modeller UML Rational Rose JUnit Web Designer Developer DreamWeaver CS5 PHP Database Developer Administrator SQL Server MySQL Test Engineer Games and Mobile App Developer XNA Android In addition the six month paid work placement in Year 3 gives students an opportunity to apply the skills learned at LIT in a real working environment This will provide students with valuable experience prior to full time employment on graduation Who is the programme suited to The B Sc Honours in Software Development suits people who are analytical and logical and who are interested in computers and like solving real problems It also suits people who are creative as the programme gives students the skills to express their ideas and concepts in a whole range of software technologies Top 3 Reasons 1 With the mix of skills this programme provides you will be ideally positioned to secure employment in either Open Source or NET technology jobs as a Software Engineer Software Developer Java C Net Expression Blend System Analyst Modeller UML Rational Rose JUnit Web Designer Developer DreamWeaver CS5 PHP Database Developer Administrator SQL Server MySQL Test Engineer Games and Mobile App Developer XNA Android 2 The six month paid work placement in Year 3 gives you an opportunity to apply the skills learned at LIT in a real working environment This will provide you with valuable experience prior to full time employment on graduation 3 Software Development is a key enabler and driver of innovation across a multitude of industries and there really is a need for graduates who are technically aware but who can also see the opportunities that the technology allows This course provides the skills and knowledge enabling graduates to embark on a rewarding and exciting career where they can express their creativity through software Class Contact Hours Year 1 23 hours per week Year 2 21 hours per week Year 3 19 hours per week Year 4 18 hours per week Year 1 Computer Mathematics Database Concepts Interpersonal Skills Programming Web Development Computer Systems Operating Systems Year 2 Data Driven Applications Mathematics for Computing Software Development Data Structures Algorithms Systems Software Networks

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