School of Science and Computing

A broad range of courses with a strong emphasis on practical skills.

GMIT students in science lab

GMIT's School of Science and Computing offers a broad range of undergraduate degree programmes, and is comprised of three departments:

Department of Biopharmaceutical & Medical Science

Department of Computer Science & Applied Physics

Department of Natural Sciences

We place a strong emphasis on active investigation, giving students the opportunity to acquire research skills through practical projects and work placements.

This style of learning helps in developing graduate skills and attributes that are attractive to employers. 

Read more about studying Science at GMIT.

 

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Dr Lisa Ryan, GMIT

(Interview with Dr Lisa Ryan, Department of Natural Sciences, GMIT)

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Staff who sang in the SCCUL Sanctuary Choir Competition on Saturday (13 April), winning "Best Newcomer" category

GMIT’s new workplace choir, GMIT Voices, were crowned "Best Newcomer" on Saturday evening (13 April) at the annual SCCUL Choir Factor Competition which took place in Clarinbridge.

Dr Teresa Bruen, GMIT lecturer and co-author of “Struggles for Empowerment” with Professor Neville McClenaghan (left), Vice President for GMIT Mayo campus (left) and Justin Kerr, Head of the GMIT Mayo Department of Nursing, Health Sciences and Social Care.

A new book “Struggles for empowerment – Higher Education stories from East and West”, co- authored by Dr Teresa Bruen, GMIT Mayo, and Professor Ambreen Shahriar from the University of Sindh, Hyderabad, Pakistan, was formally launched at the Mayo campus this week (10 April 2019).