Course Full Time Part Time 8 GC430 BSc (Hons) in Computing Science 4 Years 3.5 Years 7 GC435 BSc in Computing 3 Years 3 Years 6 GC440 Higher Certificate in Computing 2 Years 2 Years 6 GC445 Certificate in Computer Games Technology 1 Year 1 Year
Why Study a Computing Science Degree?
A degree in Computing Science from Griffith College gives you the opportunity to take advantage of the continued high demand for skilled computer programmers, technology consultants, software engineers, systems analysts and applications programmers across all sectors. Many graduates also go on to start their own companies. The IT sector in Ireland is continuously growing, even in the face of a recession.
If you are a logical think, interested in the technological developments in the IT industry and see yourself with a career in one of the fastest growing industries across the world, then one of our undergraduate computer science degrees will be perfect for you.
Current and Advancing Technologies
Our undergraduate computer science degrees keep up to date with both technical and market developments. We have responded to these developments in the industry and introduced modules such as Mobile Application Development, Cloud Computing and Games Development. Our graduates from our computer science courses work across a wide range of industry sectors in a variety of exciting roles and disciplines. With a degree in Computer Science you are also eligible to pursue graduate study in computer science and in related areas such as business, mathematics and engineering.
For advice and information on all our undergraduate computer science courses and computer programming courses, don't delay - come along to one of our Open Evenings where you can meet one-to-one basis with some of our computing science lecturers to discuss specific course queries, examination and assesment methods and educational/career progression methods.
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