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  • LIT - A7261 Chemical Instrumentation / Analytical Methods - BSc
    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 A7261 Chemical Instrumentation Analytical Methods BSc LIT LIT Courses A7261 Chemical Instrumentation Analytical Methods BSc A7261 Chemical Instrumentation Analytical Methods BSc Home A7261 Chemical Instrumentation Analytical Methods BSc Chemical Instrumentation Analytical Methods BSc Level 7 Programme Code A7261 Course Level Level 7 Department Applied Science CAO Points One year add on programme Duration 1 Year programme following Level 6 Higher Certificate LC261 Campus Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about This programme is designed to enhance the skills of Chemists and Laboratory Technicians in analytical methods used for developing and testing chemical pharmaceutical food and drug products It also builds and improves on the students knowledge of organic inorganic and physical chemistry Who is the programme suited to Candidates who obtain a pass grade Higher Certificate Level 6 in Applied Chemistry or similar programme may progress to the B Sc Level 7 in Chemical Instrumentation Analytical Methods Top 3 Reasons 1 This is the only programme in Chemical Instrumentation and Analytical methods in Ireland 2 A major sector for employment of these graduates is in Quality Control laboratories across the Pharmaceutical Environmental and Food Science Industries 3 The Mid West region has a substantial scientific industrial base and LIT benefits from close contact with these industries Class Contact Hours 25 hours per week Did You Know That this course offers a progression route to the BSc Honours Chemical Instrumentation Analysis within the Department of Applied

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  • LIT - A8264 Environmental & Analytical Science - BSc (Honours)
    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 A8264 Environmental Analytical Science BSc Honours LIT LIT Courses A8264 Environmental Analytical Science BSc Honours A8264 Environmental Analytical Science BSc Honours Home A8264 Environmental Analytical Science BSc Honours Environmental Analytical Science BSc Honours Level 8 Programme Code A8264 Course Level Level 8 Department Applied Science Duration 1 year add on programme following on from LC264 Level 7 Degree Campus Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about This one year add on programme aims to meet the requirement for highly skilled scientists who satisfy the demand for a qualification at the highest level in the key area of Environmental and Analytical Science The programme is heavily geared towards independent learning in which students work under their own initiative in multidisciplinary project work set out over three modules These modules are 100 lab field based and are a blend of individual and team work activities Project management advanced trouble shooting and analytical skills developed are highly desirable to the industrial sector The programme is also reinforced with industrially relevant modules in Advanced Analytical Techniques Good Manufacturing Practice Quality Control and Legislation Who is the programme suited to This programme is ideal for students who possess a level 7 award in an Applied Science discipline with an interest in developing their analytical skills specifically for the Science industrial sector Top 3 Reasons 1 This course provides a well balanced qualification required by industries in the Environmental Industries Pharmaceutical Medical Device Food and Areas of expertise include Chemical Analysis Environmental Monitoring Quality Management Control in accordance with environmental quality systems 2 There is an equal emphasis on academic learning and practical hands on experience vital for immediate participation in a working environment 3 The major project component included in this course provides key skills to allow the graduate to participate in Research and Development and to pursue further education in the form of Postgraduate Research Class Contact Hours 24 hours per week Did You Know Two of the subjects are completely laboratory based giving vital hand on experience Special topics environmental include modules in Fly fishing Beekeeping and Ecology and Ecosystem Conservation Modules Chemical Environmental Instrumental Analysis Special Topics Environmental Environmental Project Chromatographic Methods and Validation Spectroscopic and Complementary Methods Quality Management Statistics Entry Requirement 1 A pass in a relevant Bachelor Degree Level 7 in a relevant field with an overall average performance of at least 50 currently under review 2 An equivalent qualification to a Bachelor Degree Level 7 with appropriate pre requisite subjects 3 A pass in a relevant Bachelor Degree Level 7 with one year suitable and relevant work experience Admissions Please visit our Admissions page for further information on how to apply to

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  • LIT - A8117 Animation & Motion Design
    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 Animation Motion Design BA Honours in Design LIT LIT Courses A8117 Animation Motion Design A8117 Animation Motion Design Home Animation Motion Design BA Honours in Design Animation Motion Design BA Honours in Design Level 8 Programme Code A8117 Course Level Level 8 Department Art Design Duration 3 year specialisation following LC110 First Year Art Design Campus Limerick Clare St Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about This exciting programme offers students the chance to study in the dynamic and expressive world of Animation and Motion Design LSAD has recognised the need for a new undergraduate programme that will provide students with the skillsets necessary to gain employment in the Animation and Motion Design field The programme has incorporated into its curriculum a theoretical and critical approach to the development and research of digital art forms as well as a historical understanding of how traditional media drawing painting sculpture video and installation art have been transposed or have been incorporated into animation or art in motion Animation and Motion Design is multi disciplinary in design bringing together the traditional art and design skills such as drawing and Illustration and combining them with the latest in digital methodologies Top 3 Reasons 1 The Motion Design and Animation world is a healthy and thriving business which looks to recruit trained graduates on an annual basis 2 The programme offers excellent work placement opportunities 3 The Visiting Lecturer programme offers students the chance to engage with leading figures in motion design and animation 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 To glimpse the range and excellence in Irish animation see http www thisisirishfilm ie trailers animated in ireland irish animation promo www animationireland com Year 1 Common Art Design Year 1 This is a shared foundation year where students get to experience the range of disciplines available in the college it also give the tutors a broader understanding of the abilities of the students and can advise them on the best choices available to them Mid semester two students will have chosen their option and start studying this discipline full time for the remainder of the term students will be introduced to the fundamentals of traditional visual art and design practice and its application to digital media production This is also the year where attitudes to academic study and personal approaches to artistic research and practices are established Entry into Motion Design and Animation is by competition and selection during this year Year 2 This year focuses on professional skills development technical and procedural practices start to reach an advanced level Attitudes to how these skills can be deployed in support of creativity and innovation are established and

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  • LIT - Ceramics - BA (Honours) in Design
    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 Ceramics BA Honours in Design LIT LIT Courses Ceramics BA Honours in Design Ceramics BA Honours in Design Home Ceramics BA Honours in Design Ceramics BA Honours in Design Level 8 Programme Code A8115 Course Level Level 8 Department Art Design Duration 3 year specialisation following LC110 First Year Art Design Campus Limerick Clare St Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about The BA Hons programme in Ceramics covers a wide range of expressive practice from that of the individual maker who makes once off objects be they functional decorative figurative or conceptual to the designer producing products that are informed by social cultural and lifestyle issues The programme through student centered learning enables the student to engage with the full breadth of ceramic processes materials and practice and to solve creative problems with an awareness of design skills context and responsibility The programme also encourages new ideas challenges and risk taking in the conception and realization of creative work Who is the programme suited to Ceramics is a wonderfully flexible material that can accommodate a wide range of approaches We are looking for students with enthusiasm for Art for making for materials problem solving and for the exploration of aesthetics and culture through this amazing material Top 3 Reasons 1 LSAD has the largest dedicated ceramics department in the country focusing on a wide range of set briefs and self initiated projects covering all aspects of Ceramic production 2 The course consistently attracts and retains students of the highest calibre who enjoy the demands of a creatively challenging course 3 Graduates include ceramicists such as Karen Morgan Marcus O Mahoney and Christy Keeney 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 Staff Info Year 2 Exhibit Year 3 Exhibit Year 4 Exhibit Year 1 Common Art Design Year 1 Entry into Product Design Ceramics is by competition and selection during this year Year 2 Ceramic processes research strategies design process product development professional practice critical and contextual studies A research trip abroad Year 3 Ceramic processes research strategies design process product development professional practice critical and contextual studies During Year 3 students have the opportunity to take part in learner exchanges with colleges in Europe through the Erasmus scheme or a professional placement A research trip abroad Year 4 Ceramic processes research strategies design process product development professional practice critical and contextual studies A body of work is produced for the final examination together with supporting development material and a

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  • LIT - Fashion - BA (Honours) in Design
    Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie Fashion BA Honours in Design LIT LIT Courses Fashion BA Honours in Design Fashion BA Honours in Design Home Fashion BA Honours in Design Fashion BA Honours in Design Level 8 Programme Code A8116 Course Level Level 8 Department Art Design Duration 3 year specialisation following LC110 First Year Art Design Campus Limerick Clare St Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about Listed in the Top 50 Fashion Schools and Programs Across the Globe Robin Wilding 2012 which states confidently Any aspiring high tech designers with an affinity for the Irish culture will love this school the BA Hons Design Fashion ab initio Level 8 is one of the most nationally and internationally acclaimed programmes in the Limerick School of Art and Design and is the only programme in Ireland who currently shows at Graduate Fashion Week in London Who is the programme suited to Anyone interested in applying for this programme should have an aptitude for the following Drawing experimenting with a wide range of materials working from 2 dimensional to 3 dimensional forms experimenting with shape exploring colour and texture ability for original research Technical skills like sewing and knitting are beneficial Top 3 Reasons 1 Excellent work placement all over the world 2 Students on this programme are both creators and makers 3 Staff are extremely supportive and dedicated Class Contact Hours Initially 23 hours per week in Year 1 however as the programme progresses the course of study becomes increasingly self directed Did You Know You can visit our annual Fashion show which showcases the work of our Final Year Fashion students Want More Staff Info Year 2 Exhibit Year 3 Exhibit Year 4 Exhibit Degree Showcase Year 1 Common Art Design Year 1 Entry into Fashion Design is by competition and selection during this year Year 2 This is an intensive year which provides an introduction to the core modules within the course such as Design concepts Technical pattern cutting and Construction Knit textiles and Construction Presentation layouts and Illustration Professional practice and Market Research These are taught through workshops demonstrations and projects which cover children s wear women s wear and men s wear Drawing I T and Critical and Contextual Studies are also covered Students partake in market research trips to Dublin and London and also participate in selected competitions and exhibitions Year 3 This year the focus is on projects that allow students to discover their own particular creative direction and areas of interest The core modules are developed at a more advanced level and students are now introduced to computer aided design systems and illustrator techniques Visits to London to undertake fabric market research also take place in preparation for the design and manufacture of a Two Piece Statement During the second half of this year work placement is a major feature of the programme requirement This placement is a minimum of 12 weeks and students who opt for a

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  • LIT - A8112 Photography & Lens Based Media
    293001 Email Information lit ie Photography Lens Based Media BA Honours in Fine Art LIT LIT Courses A8112 Photography Lens Based Media A8112 Photography Lens Based Media Home Photography Lens Based Media BA Honours in Fine Art Photography Lens Based Media BA Honours in Fine Art Level 8 Programme Code A8112 Course Level Level 8 Department Art Design Duration 3 year specialisation following LC110 First Year Art Design Campus Limerick Clare St Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about This programme is aimed at the changing educational needs of the Fine Art student in a time of rapidly evolving technological and theoretical advances The programme offers students the chance to experience a variety of photographic and video approaches to Fine Art and will develop crucial skills for an understanding of the use of images in society today The availability of new affordable equipment that combines photographic and video technologies has given artists access to new methods of production changing the nature of lens based image making LSAD has dedicated facilities for this programme darkrooms a professionally equipped photographic studio and media labs to facilitate the growing number of students interested in this area of study Top 3 Reasons 1 This is the first programme of its kind in the West of Ireland giving students an opportunity to be part of a dynamic learning environment at LSAD 2 The programme offers students the chance to experience a variety of photographic and video approaches to Fine Art and will develop crucial skills for an understanding of the use of images in society today 3 The Visiting Lecturer programme offers students the chance to engage with prominent and leading figures in photography and lens based media Class Contact Hours Initially 23 hours per week in Year 1 however as the programme progresses the course of study becomes increasingly self directed Did You Know Many contemporary artists use photography and lens based media in a fluent and fluid manner artists such as James Coleman Sharon Lockhart Tacita Dean Joachim Koester Matthew Buckingham and Gerard Byrne each challenging the ways the world is seen and experienced Year 1 Common Art Design Year 1 This is a shared foundation year where students get to experience the range of disciplines available in the college it also give the tutors a broader understanding of the abilities of the students and can advise them on the best choices available to them Year 2 This year aims to introduce students to the principles of Photography and Lens Based Media Delivered through regular individual and group tutorials seminars workshops fieldtrips and a visiting lecturer programme the module gives learning resources time and space for students to develop and contextualise their individual projects Special attention is given to the development of technical skills in the use of photography lens based media and related software Year 3 The aim of Year 3 is to further develop students engagement with the principles of Photography and Lens Based Media leading to the

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  • LIT - Printmaking & Contemporary Practice - BA (Honours) in Fine Art
    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 Printmaking Contemporary Practice BA Honours in Fine Art LIT LIT Courses Printmaking Contemporary Practice BA Honours in Fine Art Printmaking Contemporary Practice BA Honours in Fine Art Home Printmaking Contemporary Practice BA Honours in Fine Art Printmaking Contemporary Practice BA Honours in Fine Art Level 8 Programme Code A8113 Course Level Level 8 Department Art Design Duration 3 year specialisation following LC110 First Year Art Design Campus Limerick Clare St Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about The emphasis of this programme is on engaging and obtaining a sound technical knowledge of the many traditional printmaking skills the critical and creative ability to translate and develop a personal visual language which in turn allows students to organise that experience in the production of a body of work that underlines the critical concepts such as reproduction multiplicity originality vs copy etc Students will use traditional print processes but also are encouraged to experience contemporary print practices and methodologies which inevitably include photo lens based media and digital technologies and animation The development of drawing and other image making techniques in tandem with the advancement of knowledge and understanding of historic critical and contextual developments within contemporary art practice is central to the print curriculum utilised in the department 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 Staff Info Year 2 Exhibit Year 3 Exhibit Year 4 Exhibit Degree Showcase Year 1 Common Art Design Year 1 Entry into Printmaking is by competition and selection during this year Year 2 Printmaking processes etching woodcutting stone lithography silkscreen collography photography drawing research twentieth century fine art history methodologies of art history professional practice digital image formats studio management Year 3 Exploring sources negotiated studio themes print processes photo etching colour separation photo silkscreen 3d alternative print processes plate lithography carborundum photography medium large format alternative photo methods critical contextual studies professional practice European Erasmus exchange optional field trips gallery visits moving image production video production photography Year 4 Self directed themes printmaking studio practice critical contextual studies self initiated CCS project professional practice photography optional video optional animation techniques optional digital communication processes fabrication processes installation presentation Entry Requirement Entry into Printmaking Contemporary Practice is by competition and selection during LC110 First Year Art Design Entry Procedure Standard entry to the programme is through Art Design Year 1 and then by selection into Printmaking Entry into the Bachelor of Arts Honours Level 8 in Fine Art Printmaking is possible in Year 2 of the programme for direct entrants A Foundation Year or equivalent or the successful completion of Year 1 of an Honours Bachelor Degree are the minimum entry requirements Admission is

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  • LIT - Staff Info
    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 Staff Info LIT LIT Courses Sculpture Combined Media BA Honours in Fine Art Staff Info Staff Info Home Staff Info Amanda Dunsmore Sculpture And Combined Media Staff 061 293 385 Amanda Dunsmore lit ie www lit ie Dunsmore ABOUT Amanda Dunsmore s work originates from contemporary social contexts presented through the media of video sound photography and installation Amanda s recent work include the performance series Head in a Hole Woman The Shhh Shhh Shhh Bags Streets Windows the multi presentational public sound work which took place in Linz Austria for KunstRaum Goethestrasse The historical context projects reflect on diverse acts of preservation and include the Keeper project 1999 2011 She has exhibited in Ireland England Wales Scotland Slovenia Austria Australia Poland Germany Canada the USA Amanda Dunsmore Documentation Materials A selection of video works link to website Performance with train 2011 Original running time 7 minutes http blip tv amanda dunsmore others have their head train 5446088 Others Have Their Heads Hedge 2011 http blip tv amanda dunsmore others have their head band in a hedge 5490472 The Keeper Project presentation for Electric Picnic Ireland September 2009 Reviewed by Brian Keenan for RTE http blip tv amanda dunsmore keeper presentation for electric picnic 2481610 Sean Lynch Sculpture And Combined Media Staff Sean Lynch lit ie ABOUT Author and

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