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Bachelor of Business & Computing (Honours) – BBs

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Overview

This Level 8 programme aims to produce graduates who have developed comprehensive analytical and rounded business skills, which blend perfectly to solve business problems using appropriate Computer Software solutions. The fusion of Business with Computing allows students to achieve maximum learning and self-development. Students will advance their business information technology knowledge, experience and skills through extensive practical assignments and course work.

Computing and Technology are part of just about everything that touches our lives. Gaining a proficiency in the different dimensions of computing and business will provide graduates with the necessary skills to create a stable career. The programme also offers students an opportunity to gain Professional Computing Certification (Microsoft) as part of their studies, as well as a six-month work.

Provider Locations and Structure

College of FET, Ennis Campus
Clonroad Business Park,
Clonroad, Ennis, Co. Clare. T: +353 (0)65 – 6824819

Students will complete year 1 of their Bachelor of Business (Honours) – BBS at the College of FET Ennis Campus. Students will thereafter complete years 2, 3 and 4 at the Technological University of the Shannon: Moylish Campus

Course Content – for all years

For a full list of modules for each year of the programmes click here: Business with Computing – BBs (Hons) – TUS

Accreditation and Embedded Awards

  • On successful completion of Stage 1 (Year 1), Students will receive the Technological University of the Shannon Certificate in Business and Computing, Minor Award, Level 6, 60 ECTS Credits.
  • On successful completion of Stage 2 (Year 2), Students will receive the Technological University of the Shannon Higher Certificate in Business and Computing, Level 6,120 ECTS Credits.
  • On successful completion of Stage 3 (Year 3), Students will receive the Technological University of the Shannon Degree in Business and Computing, Level 7, 180 ECTS Credits.
  • On successful completion of Stage 4 (Year 4), Students will receive the Technological University of Shannon Bachelor of Business and Computing (Honours) – BBS Level 8, 240 ECTS Credits

Planned intake (number of places)

15

Entry requirements and eligibility

Leaving Certificate: A minimum of six Leaving Certificate subjects, including Mathematics and English (2 H5 & 4 O6/H7 grades) or full NFQ level 5 award or equivalent. 

All applicants whose first language is not English and who have not been educated through the medium of English must demonstrate CEFR 19 proficiency at B2 for access. An Irish Leaving certificate qualification achieved through English meets this requirement.

Onward pathways

Employment opportunities for graduates include: Human Resources, Sales, Marketing, Management, Teaching (subject to postgraduate study), Accountancy, Banking and Financial Services.

 

Successful graduates of this programme are eligible for Level 9 and 10 postgraduate programmes within TUS and/or elsewhere.

Special features

Work Placement/Study Abroad option in year 3 of the programme.

Contact details

College of FET Ennis Campus

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