The Higher Diploma in Business Analytics is a conversion course for graduates of Level 8 programmes in any discipline.
This programme will enable you to apply data analysis and business intelligence techniques to your own discipline.
You will explore how data is created, stored and accessed as well as how to extract, interpret and present data. You will use tools and techniques to predict future behaviour and ultimately help business gain useful insights and make better decisions.
Dr Anita Talbot, a Research Fellow at the Marine and Freshwater Research Centre (MFRC) in GMIT’s Galway campus, has recently been awarded a two-year grant for the development of site-specific autogenous vaccines for the improved health and welfare of finfish species in Irish aquaculture.
The aims of the component are to offer you the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills gained throughout the course in a relevant work-place setting; facilitate you in developing the practical competencies and communication skills necessary to function as an effective team member in the work environment.
The Certificate in Business in Agricultural Entrepreneurship will give you a foundation in business and entrepreneurship in the context of the agricultural sector.
This FREE, ONLINE course is designed to stimulate creative thinking and innovation, while delivering the business fundamentals to enable participants to develop, and potentially launch, product and service ideas for the agricultural sector.
The focus of the course is on idea to launch of an agricultural business idea (product or service).
Business is one of the most popular degree choices in Ireland due to the exciting and varied career options available to graduates.
With a wide range of courses on offer at undergraduate and post-graduate level, business students in GMIT have embraced the flexibility a degree in Business offers, all while enjoying the vibrant student city of Galway.
Guest speaker Tony Murphy is the Irish auditor on the European Court of Auditors (ECA) in Luxembourg. Mr Murphy will give a one-hour presentation focusing on the work of the ECA, and on internships in the ECA.