CAO Courses at DCU Dublin

Category:
several categories
Price: POA
Type:
Third Level and CAO
Schedule: TBC

Course description

CAO Courses with Dublin City University (DCU) are offered at QQI level 8. These are listed below..

Honours Bachelor Degrees QQI Level 8

  • DC 001 Education – Early Childhood Education
  • DC 002 Education – Primary Teaching
  • DC 003 Education – Primary Teaching – Gaeltacht Applicants
  • DC 004 Education – Primary Teaching – CIC (Church of Ireland Centre formerly CICE) (Restricted – see page 3)
  • DC 005 Education – Primary Teaching – Irish Sign Language (Restricted Entry)
  • DC 009
    Arts (Joint Honours) – Humanities
    Students must choose two subjects:
    Up to two permitted from English | Gaeilge
    Only one permitted from Human Development | Philosophy
    Only one permitted from History | Music (Please note that the subject Music is restricted entry – see page 3 of CAO Handbook)
    Only one permitted from Geography | Theology and Religious Studies
  • DC 010 Post Primary Teacher Education – Religious Education and English
  • DC 011 Post Primary Teacher Education – Religious Education and History
  • DC 012 Post Primary Teacher Education – Religious Education and Music (Restricted – see page 3 of CAO Handbook)
  • DC 013 Post Primary Teacher Education – Gaeilge with French or German or Spanish
  • DC 014 BA in Jazz and Contemporary Music Performance (Restricted – see page 3 of CAO Handbook)
  • *DC 110 Business Studies International
  • *DC 111 Business Studies
  • *DC 112 Global Business (France)
  • *DC 113 Global Business (Germany)
  • *DC 114 Global Business (Spain)
  • *DC 115 Accounting and Finance
  • *DC 116 Global Business (USA)
  • *DC 117 Aviation Management / Aviation Management with Pilot Studies
  • DC 118 Gnó agus Gaeilge / Business and Irish
  • *DC 119 Global Business (Canada)
  • DC 120 Enterprise Computing
  • DC 121 Computer Applications
  • DC 123 Data Science
  • DC 126 Actuarial Mathematics
  • DC 127 Common Entry into Actuarial and Financial Mathematics
  • DC 131 Communication Studies
  • DC 132 Journalism
  • DC 133 Multimedia
  • DC 155 Applied Language and Translation Studies
  • DC 161 Analytical Science
  • DC 162 Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • DC 166 Environmental Science and Technology
  • DC 167 Physics with Astronomy
  • DC 168 Genetics and Cell Biology
  • DC 171 Applied Physics
  • DC 173 Physics with Biomedical Sciences
  • DC 181 Biotechnology
  • DC 190 Electronic and Computer Engineering (with choice of four majors)
  • DC 193 Mechatronic Engineering
  • DC 195 Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
  • DC 197 Biomedical Engineering
  • DC 200 Common Entry into Engineering (Undenominated Entry)
  • DC 201 Common Entry into Science (Undenominated Entry)
  • DC 202 Sport Science and Health
  • DC 203 Science Education
  • DC 204 Athletic Therapy and Training
  • DC 205 Physical Education with Biology
  • DC 206 Physical Education with Mathematics
  • DC 208 Psychology
  • DC 209 Health and Society
  • DC 215 General Nursing (If mature, see page 13)
  • DC 216 Mental Health Nursing (If mature, see page 13)
  • DC 217 Intellectual Disability Nursing (If mature, see page 13)
  • DC 218 Children’s and General Nursing (Integrated) (If mature, see page 13)
  • DC 230 Economics, Politics and Law
  • DC 231 International Relations
  • DC 232 Law and Society (BCL)
  • DC 235 Education and Training – Daytime Delivery Mode (full-time)
  • DC 238 Social Sciences and Cultural Innovation
  • DC 239 Gaeilge agus Iriseoireacht/Irish and Journalism
  • *DC 240 Marketing, Innovation and Technology
  • DC 291
    Arts (Joint Honours) – Media Studies
    Students study Media Studies and one subject from the list below:
    English, International Languages, Politics.
  • DC 292
    Arts (Joint Honours) – Law
    Students study Law and one subject from the list below:
    History, International Languages, Media Studies.
    NOTE: International Languages includes: French, German or Spanish (all at intermediate level only)
  • DC 293
    Arts (Joint Honours) – International Languages
    Students study International Languages and one subject from the list below:
    Gaeilge, Politics.
    NOTE: International Languages includes: French, German or Spanish (all at intermediate level only)
  • DC 295
    Arts (Joint Honours) – Politics
    Students study Politics and one subject from the list below:

*The undergraduate portfolio for DCU Business School is under redesign and there may be changes for entry 2019