Computing is the future and the future is now!

  • TA322 One CAO Code – 4 Programme streams 
    Common First Year – move to your area of interest as you develop
    Common Computing Core of Critical Skills
    Software, Web, Database, Networking, Analysis.
    Work placement or Semester Abroad in all Programmes
    Major industry involved in Programme Design…IBM, SAP, Microsoft, Ergo

Computing professionals are a critical element in the modern business world and the demand for computing graduates is strong and projected to remain strong into the future.

Computing at ITT DublinSending txt messages. Downloading music. Making web pages. Booking tickets. Online chat. Health scans. Computer games. Banking. E-mailing a photos. computer systems don’t just sit on a desktop with a keyboard, screen and mouse attached – they are everywhere. It’s not just the internet, behind every one of the screens one uses there is a computer system which retrieves information, analyses what is wanted, verifies identity and returns with the requested result.

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Choose computing at ITT Dublin and within four years you can be a fully qualified professional with a B. Sc. Honours in Computing. Our suite of programmes has a common first year with two main elective streams which can be selected at the end of year 1. This allows you to develop a thorough understanding of computing before selecting whether you wish to specialise in software development or information technology management.




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