At its core the Profession of Quantity Surveying is concerned with the financial management of Construction projects and the administration of the Contract that is signed between the Client and the Contractor to carry out the works. We understand and can quantify the extent of work necessary to complete any project before it is constructed and can advise Clients and Contractors of its cost right from the initial sketch design issued by the project Architect.
It is a 5 year honours degree course, designed in accordance with national and international guidelines on architectural education. It has received full accreditation by the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland.
Accounting is a stimulating and challenging business function concerned with the collection, analysis and reporting of information to the owners and managers of a business and other interested parties such as lending institutions and Government.
The BSc (Hons) in Sports Coaching and Performance is a four year honours degree programme that provides aspiring coaches from a variety of sporting backgrounds with an advanced coach education.
The course combines the diisciplines of coach education and sports science, applying theory to practice in different coaching enviroments.
The BSc in Applied Health Care is the first program of its kind in Ireland and is designed to help you understand the varied needs of patients across the lifespan and enable you to deliver direct health care in hospitals, community care, general practice, pharmaceutical industry and health research. This course also prepares students for the emerging area of internet and telephone health care delivery. Clinical experience is an essential element of the course. Placement occurs in each year of the course, which allows the student to put theory into practice in a real health care setting.
This is a full time, four year, level 8 programme of innovative and dynamic culinary study. It is a revisioning of traditional culinary skills training to include a number of other disciplines such as food innovation, media and visual arts, food policy, speciality food production, sustainable practices and gastronomy.
The LLB Bachelor of Laws is a three year course of study. It is designed to provide a broad education that equips students with general knowledge, general transferable skills, legal knowledge and legal skills that can be applied in a range of sectors. This course is accredited by the Board of the Honorable Society of King’s Inns.
The BSc (Hons) in Computer Forensics & Security is a four year honours degree course equipping graduates with the specialised skills and knowledge needed to secure, monitor and examine electronic crime scenes and digital environments.
Horticulture is a very diverse industry and career opportunities exist in a wide variety of areas, from producing plants for garden centres, working on golf courses, landscaping, through to fruit and vegetable production. Many horticulturists are managers or self-employed and need business as well as horticultural skills.
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.
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 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.
After completing her degree in BA (Hons) in Tourism Marketing, Luisa Golz is now working in the tourism industry in Galway
Physics graduate Daniel Vagg commends WIT’s smaller class sizes, receptive lecturers and his work placement FeedHenry and the European Space Agency
Natasha Everitt, Bachelor of Arts graduate tells us how she majored in Theatre studies and English was her minor subject
Read a blog post from WIT student Seen Mun Chaung, a participant in the Education in Ireland Student Ambassador ProgrammeLearn More
Jameson Whiskey International Brand Ambassador is a WIT graduate who was a student ambassador as well as a recipient of the John Hume scholarshipLearn More
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
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
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
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
Have any questions? Feel free to ask us..
Your name *