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LC233 Software Development - BSc (Honours)
  • Programme Code:
    LC233
    Course Level:
    Level 8
    Department:
    Information Technology
    CAO Points:
    2017 290
    Duration:
    4 years (with Work Placement in Year 3)
    Campus:
    Limerick (Moylish)
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    What is the programme about?
    Create and design software for computers, internet, smartphones, tablets, and other devices. Examples of software include: Word, PowerPoint, Flight simulators, Bank ATMs, iTunes, Facebook, security encryption, online payment, VLC movie player, Games

    Manage, store, retrieve, and analyse Big Data for multiple types of industries (e.g. Facebook data, YouTube data, Bank details, Flight information etc.)

    Learn a variety of languages to help make websites, mobile phones, and computers easy to interact with, such as: Java, C#, PHP, JavaScript, HTML5, SQL

    Become an expert in computer programming, web development, testing, and mobile computing (Java, C#, .Net, UML, Junit, mockito, cucumber, GIT, Docker, Jenkins, DreamWeaver, CS5, PHP, SQL Server, MySQL, Android)

    Who is the programme suited to?
    ​Suited to people who are creative, analytical and logical and who are interested in computers and like solving real life problems.

    Creative and innovative minded people will be challenged in this programme to express their ideas in the application of ground-breaking new technologies.

    Top 3 Reasons
    1. Interesting and rewarding software development career in which you express your creativity through software in solving real world problems.
    2. Complete industry projects as part of your studies.
    3. Undertake six months industry work placement in year 3 as part of your studies.

    Class Contact Hours
    24 hours per week

    Did You Know?
    IT graduates and Software Developers 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.

    A major worldwide trend has been the growth of the IT sector.

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