Lauren Gourlay, Bachelor of Science (Hons) Sports Coaching & Performance graduate, tells us how the staff at WIT helped her throughout her degree
Adam Roylance, Bachelor of Business (Hons) graduate tells us what is involved in the course at WIT
Gráinne McGrath, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture graduate, travelled from Co, Offaly to WIT to complete a course she was passionate about
PJ Doyle, BSc (Hons) in Architectural & Building Information Modelling Technology graduate liked how close to home Waterford was for him
Robert O’Brien, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology graduate, tells us after the first few weeks, college life became a nice routine
Valerie O’Brien, tells us why she decided to choose the BA (Hons) in International Business over any other business course at WIT
BA (Hons) in Health Promotion student Dervla Deacon talks to WIT following her time volunteering with development and volunteering organisation, SERVE
Sarah Grace, BSc in Retail Management graduate tells us how the support networks in WIT helped her to complete her degree at WIT
Former Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Accounting student, Olivia McDonald has been chosen as the winner of the Young Chartered Star competition.
International student Rubel has been studying Software Systems Development at WIT for two years and speaks about his experiences at WIT and setting up the Photography society
Visual Arts student Emma Ryan tells us about her time in the Philippines having volunteered with development and volunteering organisation, SERVE
WIT Applied electronics student who progressed from a level 6 course at WIT to level 8 has been awarded the new Intel Women in Technology Award
Marketing is responsible for customer relationships and communicating with customers. Marketing involves researching customer needs, communicating customer insight into new products and services, and promoting, branding and advertising the organisation to its customers and wider public. Marketing’s interaction with a business’ customers and public has shifted into the digital media space where business communicate directly to customers using, for example, mobile phones, websites, social media, email. Marketing and digital media encompasses all platforms that connect organisations to customers and, in turn, translate customer information via marketing analytics into new knowledge for the business to help it further meet customers’ needs.
Pharmaceutical science combines a broad range of scientific subjects that are important for the discovery, development and manufacture of drugs and therapies.
The concept of visual art is very broad. For example, it can refer to a skillfully crafted object or an inspired visual statement. What we can say is that visual art plays a crucially important role in our lives, enhancing them in various ways.
The Bachelor of Business is a three year ab initio degree that provides students with specialised knowledge across a wide range of business areas.The degree focuses on developing student knowledge in critical areas of business studies in conjunction with developing interpersonal and communication skills that are necessary in today’s business environment.
This interdisciplinary three year degree course in Psychology offers students the opportunity to follow a major course in Psychology alongside minor study in an associate humanities discipline.Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. As such, the mission of the BA (Honours) in Psychology is to help students learn to think like psychologists. To achieve this goal, students generate and evaluate empirical evidence while considering theoretical perspectives of the discipline.
Students actively engage with a rigorous academic program that includes comprehensive coursework and student research. The structure andcontent of the degree will provide students with a comprehensive understanding of human behaviour for a dynamic and fast changing world. Students who undertake the BA (Hons) in Psychology will have to be capable of studying across a wide range of disciplines, including Statistics.
The BA (Hons) in Health Promotion is a full-time four year honours degree course. Health Promotion has been described by the World Health Organisation as “the process of enabling people to increase control over their health and its determinants, and thereby improve their health”. Health promotion involves helping people change their lifestyle to move toward a state of optimal health.
Common electronic systems include applications like mobile phones, sound and vision systems, computer and information technology, automation and machine control, robotics and biomedical engineering. Electronic engineering is concerned with the design, development, manufacture and application of electronic devices, circuits and systems.
Multimedia Applications Development is the creation of exciting and innovative multimedia systems that communicate information customised to the user in a non-linear interactive format using a combination of digital media types, such as text, images, audio, video and animations. Graduates will be skilled in both computing and multimedia to work in today’s highly dynamic, high-tech digital environment.
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