This runs over 15 months at the DIT. Lectures take place on Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays in semesters 1 and 2. Mondays and Tuesdays are allocated to work placement.
The Programme is structured to provide a first semester of modules which ensure that all candidates are exposed to the most current thinking about the core topics of local development and innovation – such as: Cities, Regions and Development; Economics of Public Policy; Place-making and Community Planning, etc – while a techniques module ensures that candidates are aware of the research and writing standards necessary for participation in an MSc programme.
Honours degree in any relevant discipline at 2.2 grade or higher, or equivalent. Eligible candidates may be interviewed where work/career experience is being considered in lieu of academic qualifications.
Recipient: Dublin Institute of Technology
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