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LC231 Business Information Systems
  • Programme Code:
    LC231
    Course Level:
    Level 8
    Department:
    Information Technology
    CAO Points:
    2017 280
    Duration:
    4 Years.
    Campus:
    Limerick (Moylish)
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    What is the programme about?
    Become an expert in Information Systems Development, Data Analytics and Web Development.

    Build business IT solutions for specific businesses, such as: online payment systems (e.g. Ryanair.com), social media marketing (Twitter, Facebook), ERP solutions (SAP), Health Solutions etc.

    Work with various technology to support business development: Databases, Websites, Social Media, Specific Computer Systems (e.g. Sage, SAP etc. ) Develop IT solutions using a variety of languages, such as: Scripting, HTML5, SQL, C#

    Use data analytics tools to analyse Big Data, such as: how many people fly to London from Shannon per week, identify the most dangerous street corner in Chicago, optimal access time of Facebook users

    Who is the programme suited to?
    Suited to applicants seeking a knowledge of business analysis, data analytics, information systems and web development.

    Top 3 Reasons
    1. The business technology degree gives students a very strong platform in both business and IT before they then branch into their chosen area of speciality in years 3 and 4.

    2. A business technology career can provide opportunities for socio economic mobility as the degree will be recognised globally. This will be re-inforced by through department links with professional bodies.

    3. The embedded group projects enable students to demonstrate their understanding of the concepts and business/IT skills that are required in a work environment. This group dynamic will be invaluable to them in their chosen career path.

    Class Contact Hours
    24 hours per week


    Did You Know?
    IT graduates are among the most sought after and highly paid graduates in the world.
    The technology sector is facing a severe skills shortage and the education system is not able to produce enough graduates to meet demand.
    The biggest trend in the last four years has been the growth of the IT sector worldwide.

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