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  • LIT - LC406 Computer Services - Higher Certificate
    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 LC406 Computer Services Higher Certificate LIT LIT Courses LC406 Computer Services Higher Certificate LC406 Computer Services Higher Certificate Home LC406 Computer Services Higher Certificate Computer Services Higher Certificate in Science Level 6 Programme Code LC406 Course Level Level 6 Department Information Technology CAO Points 220 Duration 2 Years Campus Thurles Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about Graduates of the Higher Certificate programme will develop a good foundational knowledge in IT and have the skills required to operate as computer support technicians or as IT trainers They will be able to troubleshoot a significant selection of IT problems and communicate effectively with a range of IT support stakeholders The range of positions in which they may take up work include Computer Technician IT Trainer Technical Helpdesk Agent Computer sales Network technician Repairs installations The Higher Certificate of Computer Services shares a common year one with other computing programmes that run in the Thurles campus This therefore provides you with an opportunity to try a wide range of IT subjects and should you wish at the successful completion of year one to transfer to any other computing course running in the same campus The two year course also suits those who may have another qualification who wish to upskill or those who wish to have the option to exit at year two with a Higher Certificate rather than be tied into a four year degree Class Contact Hours Each year has 2 semesters and contact hours are Year 1 Semester 1 26 hours Semester 2 23 hours Year 2 Semester 1 26 hours Semester 2 23 hours Other Information This programme is run at LIT Tipperary Nenagh Road Thurles Co Tipperary Year 1 Computer Systems Concepts Introduction to Programming Mathematics for Computing Operating Systems Fundamentals Web Development Fundamentals Introduction to Computer Networks Year 2 Technical Training and Sales Structured Programming Database Planning and Design Statistical Data Analysis Multimedia Technology Switching LANs IT Support Microprocessor Systems Operations Management Human Computer Interface Design Database Systems Implementation Routing Networks Entry Requirement Leaving Certificate A minimum of 5 Passes in Leaving Certificate subjects including Mathematics and English Irish See http www lit ie Admissions pages FETAC aspx for further information on calculation of points from FETAC certificates Mature applicants over 23 are welcome to apply for this course See

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  • LIT - LC403 Computing - BSc
    prepares students for a broad range of exciting careers in the computing sector It provides students with an opportunity to work with evolving technologies in a fast moving industry Students will develop essential skills in computing which will open many career paths and options for further study During the programme students will learn how to design and build desktop and mobile apps troubleshoot and fix computer hardware use computers to work with and manage data connect devices and make them work together Technology is used in all aspects of industry retail and financial sectors Whether you want to work in a large multinational company a small indigenous Irish company or an innovative start up computing graduates are much sought after The technology sector in Ireland is a vibrant one providing many opportunities for graduates Companies such as Twitter Facebook eBay PayPal and Google have chosen to locate in Ireland here providing jobs across a wide variety of computing areas Who is the programme suited to This programme is ideal for the problem solver the team player and those who enjoy building things in a fun and innovative environment Students will undertake work placement and engage in projects inspired by real challenges faced by companies and develop solutions The classroom will be led by industry experienced highly skilled lecturers who use a hands on approach in a supportive friendly environment Programme Aims This course is ideal for the problem solver the team player and those who enjoy building things in a fun and innovative environment You will undertake work placement and engage in projects inspired by real challenges faced by companies and develop solutions Your classroom will be led by industry experienced highly skilled lecturers who use a hands on approach in a supportive friendly environment Top 3 Reasons 1 Our Computing programmes are designed specifically to bridge occupational gaps in a wide range of industries thereby increasing graduate employment potential 2 State of the art technology is used across our Computing programmes to enhance the student s learning experience 3 Work placement is an integral part of all of our Computing programmes The overall aim of the four month placement is to provide students with a real world experience whilst improving practical skills Class Contact Hours Year 1 25 hours per week Year 2 22 hours per week Year 3 21 hours per week Did You Know On average IT professionals spend approximately 40 of their time on technical work The remainder is spent on analysing business challenges managing personnel communicating designs managing projects etc Year 1 Introduction to Programming Web Development Fundamentals Computer System Concepts Mathematics for Computing Operating System Fundamentals Organisations and Business Processes Introduction to Computer Networks Introduction to OO Programming Programme Design Concepts Electronics for Computing Mathematical Methods Operating Systems Management Interpersonal Development Year 2 Structured Programming Introduction to OO Design Multimedia Technology Database Planning and Design Human Computer Interface Design Management Principles Data Structures Microprocessor Systems Statistical Data Analysis Internetworking Database Systems Implementations Enterprise Application

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  • LIT - LC418 Games Design & Development - BSc (Honours)
    game engines to enhance your learning experience LIT Thurles a Digital Games Hub is the home of Games Fleadh one of Ireland s most important games programming festivals LIT Thurles alumni have worked on AAA titles such as StarCraft Wolfenstien Guitar Hero and Call of Duty Our campus enterprise centre facilitates and is host to game studios start ups who are actively supported by Thurles Chamber Enterprise Centre business mentors Who is the programme suited to It is suited to those who are creative through reading lots of books from a variety of genres are good at mathematics and programming are independent thinkers and are experimental particular and persistent Programme Aims Who is this programme suited to This course is for designers who are Creative through reading lots or books from a variety of genres Good at mathematics and programming Play computer and board games Independent thinkers Experimental particular and persistent Good with people especially international teams This programme will suit people who enjoy Games and Puzzles Deconstructing and making things Problem solving Technology Mathematics Working in teams Challenges Top 3 Reasons Good reasons to choose Games Design and Development at LIT Thurles LIT Thurles students have worked on AAA titles including StarCraft Wolfenstien Guitar Hero and Call of Duty Ireland has a growing indie game developer community and indigenous game studios including Tribal City Interactive BatCat Games NeverMind Games Thurles Atom Split Games Thurles It s been estimated by industry representative body Games Ireland that numbers employed within the industry will double over the next two years Class Contact Hours Year 1 25 hours per week Year 2 24 hours per week Year 3 18 hours per week Year 4 16 hours per week Did You Know LIT Thurles students have worked on AAA titles including StarCraft Wolfenstien Guitar Hero and Call of Duty 30k is the starting salary earned by 10 20 of Computing graduates Ireland has a growing indie game developer community and indigenous game studios including OpenEmotion Studios Tribal City Interactive BatCat Games NeverMind Games Atom Split Games International gaming technology businesses are locating in Ireland including Activision Blizzard DemonWare Havok Gala Networks Europe EA BioWare ZeniMax Online Studios Zynga Game Ireland and PlayFirst The Forfás Report The Games Sector in Ireland An Action Plan for Growth estimates that numbers employed in the digital games industry will grow significantly in the coming years The Irish Government has pledged to support our indigenous digital game industry by reforming Research and Development supports available to the industry setting aside funding from the Innovation Fund Ireland for digital gaming start ups It s been estimated by industry representative body Games Ireland that numbers employed within the industry will double over the next two years Analysts estimate that the worldwide gaming market is currently worth in excess of US 50 billion Year 1 Introduction to Programming Web Development Fundamentals Computer System Concepts Mathematics for Computing Operating System Fundamentals Organisations and Business Processes Introduction to Computer Networks Introduction to OO Programming

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  • LIT - LC235 Internet Systems Development - BSc
    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 LC235 Internet Systems Development BSc LIT LIT Courses LC235 Internet Systems Development BSc LC235 Internet Systems Development BSc Home LC235 Internet Systems Development BSc Internet Systems Development BSc Level 7 Programme Code LC235 Course Level Level 7 Department Information Technology CAO Points 2015 200 Duration 3 Years Campus Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about This programme aims to provide the professional technical skills and analytical capabilities for the development of Internet based systems The focus is to provide and educate software engineers capable of designing building and maintaining Internet based systems There is a strong emphasis on designing and programming for the web to give students the practical skills necessary for an easy transition into the IT department world of your future employers This programme will provide students with expertise and foundation knowledge in problem solving and logical thinking that will serve as a competitive advantage to students in your career in a wide range of fields Work placement in year 3 of this course expands their knowledge and experience in the real world Internet technology is now used in all aspects of daily life in many countries There is and always will be a strong requirement for people who have the technical capacity to change how we live communicate and who can change the world in which we live Who is the programme suited to This programme is ideal for problem solving capable individuals who are interested in how internet based systems work and want to build their knowledge and technical capacity in this continually changing area Top 3 Reasons 1 This programme will provide you with expertise and foundation knowledge in problem solving and logical thinking that will serve as a competitive advantage to you in your career in a wide range of fields Work placement in year 3 of this course expands your knowledge and experience in the real world 2 Internet technology is now used in all aspects of daily life in many countries Careers in this field require young motivated people with exciting fresh new ideas 3 The Internet has expanded possibilities for living working and building a career anywhere in the world Technology is ingrained in our work and personal lives with the Internet at the heart of everything we do There is and always will be a strong requirement for people who have the technical capacity to change how we live communicate and who can change the world in which we live Class Contact Hours Year 1 24 hours per week Year 2 21 hours per week Year 3 21 hours per

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  • LIT - LC236 Internet Systems Development - BSc (Honours)
    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 LC236 Internet Systems Development BSc Honours LIT LIT Courses LC236 Internet Systems Development BSc Honours LC236 Internet Systems Development BSc Honours Home LC236 Internet Systems Development BSc Honours Internet Systems Development BSc Honours Level 8 Programme Code LC236 Course Level Level 8 Department Information Technology CAO Points 320 Duration 4 Years Campus Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about This programme provides professional technical skills and the analytic methods needed for the development of Internet based systems The programme emphasises design and programming for web environments giving the practical skills needed Students will also develop the skills needed for semantic web services to handle situations requiring representation and retrieval of knowledge The underlying technologies and application architectures used by web enterprises are also addressed The work placement in Year 3 gives students the opportunity for further personal development in real world job situations Who is the programme suited to This programme is ideal for problem solving capable individuals who are interested in how internet based systems work and want to build their knowledge and technical capacity in this continually changing area Top 3 Reasons 1 The programme equips you with the skills needed to gain employment as Web application developer Mobile App developer software tester softwaredesign engineer database application developer and lays a foundation for advancing in the field of Games development 2 An IT career can provide opportunities for world wide travel graduates of this course have been sent to many differing world wide locations while retaining their Ireland base 3 The work placement Year 3 gives the opportunity for further personal development in real world job situations Class Contact Hours Year 1 24 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 1 Problem Solving Programming Fundamentals Database Concepts Interpersonal Skills Computer Applications Web Development Web Business Modelling Year 2 Object Oriented Programming 1 Database Systems Design Web Techniques Software Development Finance Electronic Commerce Software Project Year 3 Concurrent Programming Computer Science Extended Web Programming Systems Modelling Software Engineering Web Project Enterprise Databases Work Placement Year 4 The Semantic Web Web Architecture Security Information System Management Dissertation Research Project plus two elective modules from the following Digital Multimedia Enterprise Development Software Quality Engineering Mobile Applications Development Artificial Intelligence Organisational Knowledge Entry Requirement Leaving Certificate A

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  • LIT - LC234 Multimedia Programming & Design - BSc (Honours)
    programme aims to give students the knowledge and skills in the design and programming of computer based interactive products that incorporate text graphics sound digital illustration animation and video It also develops dual skillsets both creative and technical through project work and work placement in all disciplines in the multimedia industry Multimedia Programming is a field that it growing so fast it is almost impossible to predict what will happen next Through imagination creativity and technical expertise students can make a true contribution to new technology that is exciting and real Developments in Computing Technology help drive innovation and creativity which are key to the emerging Knowledge Economy The possibilities for future developments are expected to be even greater than they have been in the past and Multimedia Programming and Design graduates will be at the forefront Who is the programme suited to This programme is suited to those that have an interest in design and creative technologies and the potential that digital media offers individuals organisations and wider society Top 3 Reasons 1 Multimedia Programming is a field that it growing so fast it is almost impossible to predict what will happen next Through imagination creativity and technical expertise you can make a true contribution to new technology that will make your life s work exciting and real 2 Developments in Computing Technology help drive innovation and creativity which are key to the emerging Knowledge Economy The possibilities for future developments are expected to be even greater than they have been in the past and Multimedia Programming Design graduates will be at the forefront 3 Multimedia Computing graduates work as part of design and technical teams that require people with many different kinds of skills There is huge possibilities to make a marked contribution while maintaining plenty of space for individual flair and imagination Class Contact Hours Year 1 25 hours per week Year 2 25 hours per week Year 3 22 hours per week Year 4 17 hours per week Other Information Multimedia Programming and Design students have won many national creative competitions including the Multimedia category of Dare 2B Drink Aware in both 2011 and 2012 and the National Digital Media Awards student category 2009 and 2013 see http www digitalmedia ie and http www drinkaware ie campaigns dare2bdrinkaware Did You Know Since 2010 all our students are given a Lynda com account to support their studies and academic development Lynda com can help you learn the skills you need to achieve your full potential Lynda is an online learning company that helps you learn software design and business skills to achieve your goals with 24 7 online access Students have told us that their lynda com subscription instills self confidence unlocks a sense of accomplishment and offers them 24hr support for all the course work Year 1 Computer Mathematics Problem Solving Programming Fundamentals Interactive Design Fundamentals Interpersonal Skills Computer Applications Web Design Fundamentals for Multimedia Computer Systems Operating Systems Year 2 Object Oriented Programming Interactive Interface

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  • LIT - LC284 Agricultural Mechanisation - Higher Certificate
    LC284 Agricultural Mechanisation Higher Certificate Home LC284 Agricultural Mechanisation Higher Certificate Agricultural Mechanisation Higher Certificate in Engineering Level 6 Programme Code LC284 Course Level Level 6 Department Mechanical Automobile Engineering CAO Points 2015 295 Duration 2 Years Campus Moylish Pallaskenry Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about This programme provides students with education and training to work within the area of Agricultural Technology The focus of this programme is firmly on the provision of skilled technicians for the farm machinery industry in Ireland The subject matter includes tractor engineering and workshop process machinery operation electrical and electronic technology administration and management engineering science and mathematics engineering drawing and CAD and computer studies project and industrial placement together with a high degree of personal and practical skills Students will be taught a mix of technology practical academic administrative and managerial modules which will prepare them to carry out complex diagnostics and repairs of modern machinery and to be receptive to future technological developments to take advantage of vacancies that will arise within the industry The programme has a high practical content with the inclusion of a 33 week work placement in approved training locations such as main garages contractors and fabricators Students will also have the opportunity to complete work placement abroad The placement will give students the job skills necessary for today s employment market This programme is run in conjunction with the Salesian Agricultural College Pallaskenry Co Limerick In Year 1 4 days are delivered in Pallaskenry with 1 Day attendance on LIT s Moylish Park Campus In Year 2 3 days are delivered in Pallaskenry and 2 days in LIT Salesian Agricultural College Pallaskenry Co Limerick SACP charge a separate additional fee to students on course LC284 to cover the cost of Food Materials and if availed of Accommodation at Pallaskenry For details please contact SACP at Tel 061 393100 or www pallaskenry com Who is the programme suited to The programme is suited to those with an interest in understanding and learning about agricultural machinery The programme has a good balance of theory and practical and is suited to those people who prefer hands on work and who want to be able to maintain and operate farm machinery Top 3 Reasons 1 Opportunity to progress your studies by ladder approach into a Level 7 Bachelor of Engineering in Road Transport Technology and Management at LIT or other programmes in Ireland and abroad 2 A work placement of 33 weeks which is an important part of the programme to give you the job skills necessary for today s employment market Last year 16 of the 29 learners on this programme had their work placement in America 3 You will develop a diverse set of skills with hands on practical workshops and also have the knowledge of the administrative and managerial work needed for this industry Class Contact Hours 9 hours of class 18 hours of practical per week Did You Know In the early 1960s

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  • LIT - LC281 Automobile Technology - Higher Certificate
    US Contact Details LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie LC281 Automobile Technology Higher Certificate LIT LIT Courses LC281 Automobile Technology Higher Certificate LC281 Automobile Technology Higher Certificate Home LC281 Automobile Technology Higher Certificate Automobile Technology Higher Certificate in Engineering Level 6 Programme Code LC281 Course Level Level 6 Department Mechanical Automobile Engineering CAO Points 2015 285 Duration 2 Years Campus Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about This programme offers students a combination of technological business and management skills specifically related to the automotive transport industry Graduates of this programme will have the concepts and ideas that will allow them to develop the necessary competency to become technicians and managers in today s automotive and transport industry Transportation technology has been identified by government as a key issue in maintaining and enhancing the competitiveness of our economy in the decades ahead Who is the programme suited to This programme is ideal for people who have an interest in cars and other motorised vehicles You will study how they work from the complexity of modern engines to the electrical breaking steering and all the other ancillary systems of a vehicle This is a hands on programme with plenty of garage workshop exercises and experiments Top 3 Reasons 1 Opportunity to progress your studies by ladder approach into a Level 7 Bachelor of Engineering in Road Transport Technology and Management at LIT or other programmes in Ireland and abroad 2 Graduates can apply for membership to the Institute of Road Transport Engineering and the Institute of Motor Industry They can also apply for the Engineering Qualification Certified Automotive Engineering CAE awarded by the Institute of Motor Industry 3 With a mix of skills offered on the programme you have more versatility in the jobs available after graduation or for furthering your study with LIT or another Irish or UK third level institute Class Contact Hours 24 hours per week Did You Know A car that is kept tuned up is 9 more efficient on petrol Year 1 Automobile Engineering Vehicle Technology 1 Mechanical Engineering Science Introduction to Mechanical Engineering Maths Automobile Electrics Electronics 1 Engineering Computing Entrepreneurship Business Development Computer Aided Drawing Year 2 Automobile Engineering Vehicle Technology 2 Automobile Electrics Electronics 2 Vehicle Science Computing Automotive Motor Retail Management Automotive Engineering Mathematics Entry Requirement Leaving Certificate A minimum of 5 Passes in Leaving Certificate subjects including Mathematics and English Irish FETAC Applicants and Mature Applicants Refer to section Entry Requirements for further information Candidates who hold a Senior Trade Certificate and or National Craft Certificate with appropriate endorsements or examination attainments in a cognate area will also be considered for entry subject to a satisfactory interview Holders of a National Higher Certificate Level 6 in Engineering or Technology may be considered for admission to Year 2 or 3 of these programmes Candidates applying as mature applicants will be required to attend an interview and may

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