New full and part time postgraduate courses at DIT

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In response to ever-changing market demands, Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) has developed new postgraduate programmes in key skill areas from Digital Marketing to Sustainable Infrastructure, from Geospatial Engineering to Event Management.

DIT offers career-focused postgraduate education, along with a culture of excellence in teaching and research. The Institute s dynamic and interactive postgraduate community helps foster a sense of communal learning, whether a student is on a taught Masters or a research-based Masters.

New postgrad programmes for DIT this autumn include the MSc in Event Management (the only Masters in Event Management in the Republic) and the innovative MSc in Digital Marketing & Analytics (a 16-month programme led by practitioners from the digital marketing world).

On the engineering side, DIT is launching its MSc in Geospatial Engineering (within the new School of Surveying and Construction Management at DIT Bolton Street). The programme aims to prepare graduates to use specialised skills and develop a deep knowledge as producers, managers and users of geospatial information.

Sustainability has become a key area in construction and engineering and the new ME in Sustainable Infrastructure is designed to provide participants with specialised skills and knowledge in technical design in this important sector.

Readers can view the full list of new postgrad programmes below. Many of DIT s postgraduate programmes are available as either full-time or part-time options.

MSc in Event Manangement (DT9143 full-time / DT9414 part-time )

MSc in Geospatial Engineering (DT9415 full-time / DT9416 part-time)

MSc in Digital Marketing & Analytics (DT9333 part-time)

Masters Qualifier For MSc in Computing (DT265B full-time, DT265C part-time)

MSc in Geographic Information Science (DT9419 full-time/ DT9420 part-time)

ME in Sustainable Infrastructure (DT9147 full-time, DT9148 part-time)

Higher Diploma in Computing (DT265 full-time / DT265A part-time)

For more information and to find out how to apply, visit the DIT website.

For further information on any of the programmes, contact the DIT Press Office on 01-4027130 or email lisa. jewell@dit. ie.


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