What is Business Law?
This one-year course will aim to prepare participants for entrance into
law and arts programmes in Irish universities and colleges. It also prepares
students to work both in a legal environment in Ireland and abroad as well
as in the legal departments of the business world. This law course option
is available with additional modules in Business Administration, Applied
Economics and Accounting Manual and Computerised. This course will
also help those who want to study legal, business or combination courses
in ITs or universities.
The following modules will be offered:
• Criminal Law • Business Law
• Conflict Resolution • Law & Insurance
• Legal Practice and Procedures • Word Processing
• Work Experience • Communications
• Business Administration • Applied Economics
• Accounting Manual and Computerised • Safety and Health at Work
QQI Level 5 in Legal Studies 5M3789
There are places in UCC, DCU, DIT, Maynooth University incl. St.
Patrick’s College Maynooth, Waterford IT, Carlow IT, IT Tallaght,
NUIG, DBS, Shannon College, Letterkenny IT on law courses and there
are now over 140 places in First Arts in Maynooth University, 25 places
in UCD as well as numerous places in DCU, UCC, Mater Dei, and many
local IT colleges for students who hold a QQI qualification in Pre-law.
There are also other opportunities in law or legal studies programmes
in third level colleges all around Ireland and in the UK. We have, for
example, a very close link with Bangor University in Wales. There are
also opportunities in travel and tourism, European administration, local
heritage concerns as well as in the business world through insurance,
banking, or international trade.
Higher Education Progression
UCD: DN610 Business and Law (Level 8, 4 Years)
DIT: DT321 Business and Law (Level 8, 4 Years)
Carlow IT: CW932 Business with Law (Level 8, 4 Years)
Leaving Cert or LCA • Mature students of all backgrounds • Other
equivalent qualification • All applicants will be interviewed regardless
of previous qualifications • Apply directly at www.dunboynecollege.ie