Bachelor of Science in Sterile Services Management
Type of Qualification:
Ordinary Bachelor Degree
Field of Study
Protection of persons and property
Type of Study:
Full Time,Part Time,Modular,Distance Education
Application Closing Date:
About the Course
This programme is a follow-on to the Higher Certificate in Science - Sterile Services Technology. Its aim is to further educate and train staff working in sterile services technology centres in microbiology so that they can progress to supervisory or management roles.
The programme will draw heavily on the work experience of the participants and applying learning from this programme to their day-to-day roles.
This programme will run over two college semesters (12 months) part-time. Candidates must take all modules on offer in each semester.
Named Award: Bachelor of Science - NFQ Level 7
Programme code: TA_SSTSR_D
Duration: 1 year
Timetable: Day release, 1 day per week
Commences: September 2011
This programme is designed to prepare existing qualified operators with the knowledge and skills for advancement into supervisory and/or management roles.
How To Apply
Forms are also available on request directly from the Institute by contacting the information desk, Department of Lifelong Learning. Tel: +353 1 404-2101 or by emailing email@example.com
Please ensure to inlcude all relevant documentation and payment with your application form as incomplete applications will not be processed and will be returned to you.
Select here for further information on application and fee payment
Please visit the Department of Applied Science Website
John Behan BSc (Hons) MSc MBS (Hons).
Tel: + 353 1 404-2816 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Maureen Darcy RGN SCN.
Tel + 353 1 414-2600
Information Desk, Department of Lifelong
Learning. Tel: 01 404-2101.
€3460 (Inclusive of ITT Dublin registration fee and examination fee). If completing individual modules/ groups of modules the individual module fee is €375 plus the ITT Dublin registration fee of €30 and an examination fee of €15 per module examination (up to a maximum of €70 per academic year).