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Postgraduate Certificate in Software Development


Course Description

The Postgraduate Certificate in Software Development is a short course at Level 9 with 30 ECTS credits. The Postgraduate Certificate (Software Development) aims to provide an opportunity for graduates of non-computing disciplines to acquire computing knowledge and skills needed to form a foundation for a career in software development.
Course Content

Core Modules:

Design Principles
Authoring Principles
Database and Information Systems
ICT Regulation and Professional Issues
Problem Solving, Communication and Innovation

Students will be required to complete one option module:

ICT Regulation and Professional Issues
Programming
Systems Analysis and Design
Dynamic Web: Principles and Practice
Visualisation
Security
Ubiquitous Computing
Universal Design
Man and Machine
Accessible Web Design
Inclusive Learning Through Technology
Knowledge Management Tools and Techniques
Knowledge Acquisition and Modelling

Entry Requirements

The minimum admission requirements for entry to the programme are a B.Sc. (Honours 2.2. or better).The programme is designed to provide a unique opportunity for personnel with experience in the IT sector, but not necessarily in software development roles, to obtain a highly relevant postgraduate qualification on a part-time basis. In line with the Dublin Institute of Technology policy on Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) applicants who do not meet the minimum requirements will also be considered based on the principle of ‘capacity to succeed’.

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