BSc (Hons) Computing
CAO Code: DB500
DBS is delighted to announce that it will be offering free tuition fees on four of its programmes through CAO as part of additional places under the Government Human Capital Initiative (HCI). This means there are no tuition fees for this programme, and students will only have to pay a €1,500 registration fee if they are successfully offered a place through CAO in August 2021. For more information contact email@example.com
This is the Digital Age and Computer Science lies at the heart of the Digital World. Computer Science Professionals play an integral part in the shaping of the exciting digital world of today and will continue to play a key role in shaping the future world that you will work, play, communicate and live in.
Computer Science provides you with expertise in a variety of exciting disciplines such as programming, networking, analytics, and cloud computing. One of the most important aspects of computer science is problem solving; an essential skill for life. When you develop knowledge and skills in these areas you will belong to a group of talented people, with highly sought-after qualifications and competencies.
Important update for mature applicants
DBS is delighted to announce its new partnership with Uversity, an education charity awarding higher education scholarships to adult learners.
This scholarship is available for mature applicants only, and applications must be made through CAO. Eligible programmes include:
BSc (Hons) Computing (CAO Code: DB500)
BSc (Hons) Computing (Data Analytics and Big Data) (CAO Code: DB502)
BA (Hons) Business (Information Systems) (CAO Code: DB524)
BA (Hons) Business (Cloud Computing) (CAO Code: DB526)
The above degree programmes at DBS are currently funded by the Government’s Human Capital Initiative programme. These courses are linked with specific skills shortages identified by the Government and as such; the employment prospects for graduates are very promising.
Tuition fees will be covered by the HCI scheme. Any further incurring expenses, e.g. administration and registration fees; will be covered by the Uversity Scholarship for successful recipients.
Interested applicants should review the eligibility criteria and application process details here, and submit their applications to Uversity by the 23:59 pm, 20th April 2020 deadline.
Why study Computer Science?
Computer Science qualifications are global as they have no boundaries. A degree in Computing will provide you with the opportunity to work in in a wide variety of sectors for companies at home and abroad. Future opportunities in computing are varied and with a computing degree your future in a creative, innovative industry is assured.
An exciting feature of this programme is that it incorporates a work placement. This provides you with the opportunity to build practical skills in industry and gain ‘real-world’ experience that will provide you with a smooth transition to the workplace upon graduation. The BSc (Hons) in Computing will prepare you for a career in a wide variety of sectors. You will build skills, competence and knowledge in current technologies, gain practical work experience in a fast-growing area of a Computing sector of your choice.
Aims & Objectives
• Display knowledge of hardware devices, software development, programming languages and communication mechanisms currently in use in a computing environment.
• Exhibit detailed knowledge and understanding of the nature of relevant theories, techniques, process and tools specifically available to professionals in the discipline of computing.
• Demonstrate knowledge and use of a range of fundamental computing methods and tools, and acquire related skills in emerging tools, trends and technologies with respect to computing.
• Apply analytical problem solving skills to solve complex problems through the use of suitable research and implementing standard techniques.
• Demonstrate comprehension of the trade-off involved in design choice, using appropriate skills diagnostics to display knowledge and understanding related to the implementation of computer-based systems.
• Work effectively both as an individual, and as a member of a development team.
• Be guided by the personal and professional requirement to identify knowledge gaps, undertake self-learning and lifelong learning to supplement existing skillsets.