Tourism and Hospitality Operations

This programme is for students who want to work in the tourism industry. It is experiential in nature and
combines practical classes, field trips and work experience all of which will equip a graduate to work in
tourism and hospitality in Ireland and around the world.
This programme focuses on the operational aspect of hospitality management. Students study subjects
such as bar and restaurant operations, beverage management, rooms division management and culinary
skills. In addition, students will acquire the digital skills required to work in the sector. They also study
tourism and discipline specific subjects such as guiding and tourism destination development.

Sports & Exercise- Common Entry*

This new programme will provide learners with a strong foundation in the discipline areas of performance,
health and well-being. Students will study topics such as coaching, sports and exercise nutrition, and
leadership and technology. The modules are taught in a practical nature and will prepare participants for
the world of work in sport. In the final year of this programme, students will complete a work placement.
This programme provides learners with the opportunity to combine their greatest passion with a
successful career.

Science- Common Entry

This Bachelor of Science Level 7 programme in Bioanalytical Science or Food Science and Nutrition or
Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Science is a broad introduction to this exciting field of science.
This programme will give learners the opportunity to discover which area of science – Bioanalytical
Science, Food Science and Nutrition or Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Science – is right for them.Graduates may apply internally to progress to Year 4 of their
chosen Level 8 programme in either Food Science and Nutrition,
Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Science or Bioanalytical Science.
ATU Level 8 qualifications are recognised worldwide for
postgraduate entry.

Quanity Surveying

The Quantity Surveying profession is at the forefront of ensuring that property owners receive value for
money for the life cycle of construction projects. The BSc/BSc (Honours) Quantity Surveying programmes
are designed for those who wish to work as professional quantity surveyors and contractors’ economic
managers in the construction industry. Developed in collaboration with industry, the qualifications will
enable graduates to commence the process of becoming a chartered surveyor

Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Science

This programme covers the full range of core subjects in science and in particular pharmaceutical science
and medical devices. Pharmaceutical scientists have key analytical skills which can be applied in many
industrial, research and government laboratories. This programme is intrinsically multidisciplinary in nature
and emphasises the importance of analytical and medicinal sciences to the modern pharmaceutical, and
medicinal product sectors as well as related chemical industries.

Marketing with Online Technologies

This new marketing with online technologies degree responds to the changes that have taken place in
the marketing discipline. It seeks to develop marketing graduates that are equipped with the requisite
skills for Industry 4.0 recognising that marketing graduates must now possess the required skills for
the dynamic digitised economy

Law with Criminal Justice

This programme is for students who have an interest in how law is practiced and what it means in everyday
life. Legal education provides entry to a range of rewarding and stimulating careers. This programme
allows the student to combine the study of a law degree with criminal justice.
Students will have the opportunity for work placement or street law which involves teaching Law to the
community or local schools. For students interested in crime, criminology, conflict resolution and practical
application of the law, this programme will provide a gateway to a wide range of exciting careers.

Health & Social Care – Common Entry*

This is a four-year Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Health and Social Care with degree award options: Aging
and Care, Disability Studies or Health and Social Care (General). Students develop the skills necessary
to assimilate an understanding of the complex and diverse nature of the subject, as well as more general
or specialised skills which will be widely transferable. Students will undertake a critical examination of
contrasting perspectives which provide insight into the varied experience of health and social care