GMIT has developed this free, 18 week part-time course to enable ambitious students to transform their ideas into new businesses.
This is not a traditional classroom taught course. Students will interact with a broad range of project hosts, practitioners, industry leaders and entrepreneurs including well known entrepreneurs such as:
The Certificate in Science in Quality for Industry - Statistics & Management is a 20 credit Special Purpose Award at Level 7 aimed at upskilling learners who aspire to supervisory or management roles and/or who need an understanding of Six Sigma (at Yellow Belt Level).
The purpose of the Certificate in Science in Quality & Regulatory Affairs is to provide students with the basic skills necessary to work in the area of Quality within the pharmaceutical / medical device industries, specifically the Regulatory Affairs aspects of those industries.
The School of Science and Computing is comprised of three departments:
- Department of Biopharmaceutical & Medical Science
- Department of Computer Science & Analysis
- Department of Natural Sciences
The School offers a broad range of undergraduate degree programmes. We place a strong emphasis on active investigation, giving students the opportunity to acquire research skills through practical projects. This style of learning helps in developing graduate skills and attributes that are attractive to employers.
The President of GMIT, Dr Fergal Barry, and the Chief Executive of the Technological Higher Education Association (THEA), Dr Joseph Ryan, welcome the announcement today (16 October) of a major capital investment in higher education.