Learning how to program can be difficult, especially in a large class. At BFEI, you can learn how to program in small class sizes where you are encouraged to ask questions and can learn the abstract concepts required to become a successful programmer. Learn the fundamentals of computer science including software development, software testing, web design, mobile technologies, and database design.
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Is this course for you?
Are you a logical thinker? Are you interested in finding out how computer software works? Are you interested in a career in Ireland’s expanding computing industry? Are you looking for an alternative pathway to a degree in computer science?
What will I study?
The following modules are included on the course:
You must have achieved 5 passes or 5 O6/ H7s or a combination of 5 O6/H7s or have achieved the LCA with a Merit profile, or have achieved a full relevant QQI Level 4 Award.
Mature applicants (aged 21 and over) and other applicants without the formal entry requirements will be assessed individually for suitability.
Assessment and Certification
Learners who successfully complete all 8 subjects will be awarded a QQI Level 5 Certificate in Software Development (5M0529).
As a graduate of this course, you can pursue careers in the IT industry including:
• Web Design
• Database Administrator
If you are interested in doing further study to get a degree, then you can apply through the CAO system for entry into courses in the QQI Higher Education Links Scheme such as:
- BSc in Computer Science University College Dublin - www.ucd.ie
- BSc in Computer Science Technological University Dublin [City] - www.tudublin.ie
- BSc (Hons) in Computing Technological University Dublin [Tallaght] - www.tudublin.ie
Check out more progression options by downloading the BFEI Progression Pathways Chart at www.bfei.ie