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The BSc in Nursing (Mental Health) provides you with the pre-registration education you’ll need to qualify with the following award:
BSc in Nursing (Mental Health)
You’ll also be eligible for professional registration with Bord Altranais agus Cnáimhseachais na hÉireann (Nursing and Midwifery Board…Find out more
In Year One of this course, you’ll cover the fundamentals of mathematics, physics, engineering and computing. A major group project involves the design and building of a radio-controlled device.
The design-related modules are continued from Year One and further developed in Year Two, as they’re of primary importance in linking…Find out more
One of the most exciting and rewarding elements of the course is our hands-on approach to School Placement. Over the four years of the course students have an opportunity to gain valuable and extensive experience within a range of teaching and learning environments including engagement in observation of practice, micro-teaching, peer-teaching, team-teaching and school-based placement (in both…Find out more
Our Bachelor of Education (ISL) course is designed to help you become a skilled and creative teacher.
In Years One and Two, students cover the basics needed for teaching. You will come to understand how children think and learn in active ways. Your curriculum courses will prepare you to teach all the subjects of the primary curriculum using approaches that develop…Find out more
The DCU Bachelor of Arts Single Module (BASM) study option allows students to undertake study at (level 8) degree level for personal enjoyment or professional development without having to commit to study towards an exit award.
Of specific interest to many Bachelor of Arts Single Module (BASM) students is that the History, Literature and Sociology modules are recognised…Find out more
The DCU Bachelor of Arts in Humanities (Psychology Major) is a Level 8 honours degree programme, which provides students with a focused, tailored programme of education in Psychology.
Psychology is the scientific study of behaviour and mental process, and as such is concerned with why we do what we do, feel what we feel and think what we think.…Find out more