Bachelor of Science in Web Technologies & ProgrammingAccelerated CONVERSION degree course for non-computing graduates
Discipline: Computer Science and Applied Physics
Location: Galway - Dublin Road
NFQ Level: 7
Programme Duration: One year
Mode of Study: Full time
Application Route: Apply direct to GMIT
Entry Requirements: Level 7 NFQ
Accelerated conversion degree programme for non-computing graduates (those holding at least a level 7 degree on the national framework of qualifications (NFQ)).
The focus of this degree is on skills development in the area of new and emerging web technologies.
The modules studied provide detailed coverage on the writing, mark-up and coding involved in web and mobile development, including:
- Web content
- Rich web client
- Server-side scripting
- System, network and database infrastructures
Semester I (January – June)
- Introduction to Web Programming
- Integrated Mobile Applications Development
- System & Network Technologies
Semester 2 (September – December)
- Web Application Development
- Cross-platform Mobile Applications Development
- Database Technologies & DBMS
Upon completion of the taught modules, students undertake a work placement of circa 10–12 weeks duration where possible.
The 10–12 weeks duration for work placement is a suggested minimum, not a maximum.
If a work placement is not possible, students can undertrake a web-technologies related project.
Dr. Sean Duignan
Head of Department of Computer Science & Applied Physics
School of Science & Computing,
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology
Tel: + 353 (0)91 742143
Email: Sean Duignan