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New Undergraduate Courses for 2024

Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) is delighted to launch a range of new and exciting Level 7 and Level 8 Undergraduate courses for September 2024 entry.

new undergrad courses 2024

DkIT is delighted to launch a range of new and exciting Level 7 and Level 8 Undergraduate courses for September 2024 entry.

Please see below a list of our new courses for 2024 and if you would like more information about any of the courses please contact the email address for that course.

New Courses for 2024 Entry

  • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Quantity Surveying

    CAO Code: DK834
    Level Level 8
    Duration 4 Years
    Description

    The aim of the course is to produce graduates with the skills and knowledge of all aspects of construction over the whole life of a building or facility. Graduates will have the ability to analyse and manage projects cost effectively, equating quality and value with individual client needs.

    The course has been designed in line with the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland Accreditation Policy and Process ensuring that it meets a globally recognised standard for surveying education.

    Upon accreditation graduates of this programme may, subject to fulfilling experiential requirements, progress to become a Chartered Quantity Surveyor with the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI).

    What You'll Study Quantification; Estimating; Construction Technology; Contract Administration; Legal Principles; Building Control and Regulations; Procurement and Tendering; Project Control and Reporting; Project and Risk Management; Financial and Commercial Management; Construction Management and Planning; Professional Practice and Entrepreneurship; Work Placement.
    Entry Requirements

    Standard entry requirements apply. There are no special entry requirements for this course. 

    Questions For all questions please email Denise Quigley (Lecturer) at Denise.Quigley@dkit.ie.
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  • Bachelor of Science in Quantity Surveying

    CAO Code: DK734
    Level Level 7
    Duration 3 Years
    Description

    The aim of the course is to produce graduates with the skills and knowledge of all aspects of construction over the whole life of a building or facility. Graduates will have the ability to implement procedures necessary to manage cost effectively, balancing quality and value with individual client needs.

    The course has been designed in line with the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland Accreditation Policy and Process ensuring that it meets a globally recognised standard for surveying education.

    What You'll Study Quantification; Estimating; Construction Technology; Contract Administration; Legal Principles; Building Control and Regulations; Procurement and Tendering; Project Control and Reporting; Project Management; Construction Management and Planning; Work Placement.
    Entry Requirements

    Standard entry requirements apply. There are no special entry requirements for this course. 

    Questions For all questions please email Denise Quigley (Lecturer) at Denise.Quigley@dkit.ie.
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  • BA (Hons) in Music and Performance Technologies

    CAO Code: DK892
    Level Level 8
    Duration 4 Years
    Description

    The BA (Hons) Music and Performance Technologies aims to provide musicians with a broad range of musical experience and knowledge necessary to succeed in the contemporary music industry, in Ireland and beyond. These include both musical skills (including performance, theory, history, composition, and improvisation) and the technological and business skills necessary for 21st century musicians (such as music production, digital collaboration, creative coding, and entrepreneurship). The aim in bringing together these two areas is to produce graduates who are competent and confident in the diverse range of knowledge and competencies required by contemporary music creators, educators, and performers.

    The programme provides intensive, high-level training across multiple genres, including popular, contemporary, Western classical, Irish traditional, and global musics; for each of these genres, performance training is combined with cultural and theoretical background, with the ultimate goal of forming well-rounded musicians who can take up diverse career paths upon graduation.

    Those who complete this programme will be prepared for careers in areas such as:

    • Music performance
    • Music tutoring, teaching, and lecturing
    • Composition and songwriting
    • Community music
    • Arts marketing and promotion
    • Arts management and administration
    • Cultural tourism
    • Festival programming and production
    • Music journalism and digital content creation
    • Music research
    Entry Requirements

    Standard entry requirements apply. There are no special entry requirements for this course. 

    Questions For all questions please email Adele Commins at Adele.Commins@dkit.ie
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  • BA in Music and Performance Technologies

    CAO Code: DK792
    Level Level 7
    Duration 3 Years
    Description

    The BA Music and Performance Technologies aims to provide musicians with a broad range of musical experience and knowledge necessary to succeed in the contemporary music industry, in Ireland and beyond. These include both musical skills (including performance, theory, history, composition, and improvisation) and the technological and business skills necessary for 21st century musicians (such as music production, digital collaboration, creative coding, and entrepreneurship). The aim in bringing together these two areas is to produce graduates who are competent and confident in the diverse range of knowledge and competencies required by contemporary music creators, educators, and performers.

    The programme provides intensive, high-level training across multiple genres, including popular, contemporary, Western classical, Irish traditional, and global musics; for each of these genres, performance training is combined with cultural and theoretical background, with the ultimate goal of forming well-rounded musicians who can take up diverse career paths upon graduation.

    Students will have the opportunity to progress to the fourth year of BA (Hons) Music and Performance Technologies subject to fulfilling the requirements for entering the programme at the end of Year 3.

    Those who complete this programme will be prepared for careers in areas such as:

    • Music performance
    • Music tutoring, teaching, and lecturing
    • Composition and songwriting
    • Community music
    • Arts marketing and promotion
    • Arts management and administration
    • Cultural tourism
    • Festival programming and production
    • Music journalism and digital content creation
    • Music research
    Entry Requirements

    Standard entry requirements apply. There are no special entry requirements for this course. 

    Questions For all questions please email Adele Commins at Adele.Commins@dkit.ie
      Visit Course Page

     

 

* All courses are subject to validation. All module titles are subject to change and are for indicative purposes only. The provision of electives each year us subject to the numbers enrolling on each elective and available resources.

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