Cloud Computing

Graduates will be able to critically evaluate the role of cloud computing technologies in information and data management and the significance of deploying computer services to the cloud. They will also be able to demonstrate the development of critical skills in analysing and evaluating the use of cloud applications in business and develop strategic solution-based applications

Financial Analytics

The overall aim of the programme is to produce graduates with strong proficiencies in the application of financial analytics in a contemporary and evolving data driven environment, while also enhancing practical and technical skills.

Information & Library Management (LAI accredited)

The programme is designed for graduates of all disciplines wishing to pursue a career in Information & Library Management on a professional level. The programme focuses on theoretical and contextual knowledge in core areas such as information retrieval, organisation and dissemination, while also offering applied practical skills in contemporary topics such as open librarianship, information technologies, information law and information architecture.


The MA in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy is a recognised component which contributes to a post-graduate specific modality training in psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. A combination of this Masters’ programme with the Post-Masters’ Specific Modality Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in The School of Psychotherapy at St Vincent’s University Hospital meets the minimum 4-year postgraduate training requirement to enable graduates to apply with confidence for accredited membership of a professional body in the field.

Addiction Studies

The MA in Addiction Studies is a rigorous and formal exploration of addictions from a variety of academic and scientific perspectives: sociological, cultural, psychological, anthropological, and psychoanalytic. The programme is concerned with how these perspectives interact and how they differ from each other.

Applied Psychology

This Master of Science in Applied Psychology provides learners with the theoretical background and practical skills to apply their Psychological knowledge efficiently and productively to effect positive change in the world. It has been designed with an integrated delivery from end‐to‐end, covering a wide range of specialist topics that provide learners with the knowledge of theories, concepts and processes relating to Psychology and helps them understand how these can be applied in a variety of contemporary settings. Learners will explore human behaviour from individual, social and biological perspectives and through a detailed understanding of the discipline, both theoretically and methodologically, and will be enabled to assess appropriate interventions and design appropriate solutions for clients’ needs.

Business Analytics

This new MSc in Business Analytics aims to provide learners with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to critically analyse, evaluate and implement big data concepts and techniques in order to generate valuable business insights. These insights will inform strategic business decisions designed to increase productivity, profitability and an organisation’s value and market share


This programme aims at developing learners within the Cybersecurity discipline and involves theoretical knowledge and advanced skills in technology, communication information management, and processes to enable assured operations in the context of threat identification and mitigation. Learners develop advanced practical skills in essential areas such as programming, advanced databases, networks and systems administration, while also offering theoretical knowledge of cryptography and digital forensics

Data Analytics

The programme aims to respond to the ever-growing demand across industries for data analytics specialists involving skills in technology, programming for data analytics, data analysis with related context, graph technology considered to be effective means to empower the development of sophisticated AI applications


Autumn Semester Literary and Cultural Theory Advanced Editing 1: Creating a Literary Journal Electives (choose 2) Spring Semester Research Methods in Literary and Cultural Studies Advanced Editing 2: Creating a Literary Journal Electives (choose 2) Summer Thesis research and writing