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25 years of part-time business degrees

Thursday, 22nd August, 2019 8:54am

 

Internationally recognised business qualifications are in ever-increasing demand in the current employment marketplace.

With this in mind, the School of Business at CIT is offering a range of innovative part-time undergraduate degree programmes in business, management and accounting this autumn.

Over 25 years, these degree programmes have helped people to secure professions and enhance their careers in management, accounting and business areas such as supply chain, logistics, sales and HR.

The skills acquired can be directly applied in the business environment. Lectures will be enhanced by guest speakers and live case studies, reflecting CIT’s close links with industry professionals.

CIT has been awarded Institute of Technology of the Year on three occasions and its reputation for excellence and professional standards is reflected in the institute’s work in part-time education. CIT’s established reputation and success has enabled it to develop strong relationships with business and industry.

Head of School of Business Dr Breda Kenny said: “A part time business degree affords graduates the opportunity to advance their careers, enhance their skills and develop a business acumen which can support their future both professionally and academically.”

The programmes on offer are:

The Higher Certificate in Business (Level 6, for students with no prior business qualification)

Bachelor of Business in Accounting (Honours) (Level 8, produces graduates with specialist education for work in accounting/financial)

Bachelor of Business in Management (Level 7, for those seeking a promotion or a career change)

Bachelor of Business in Management (Level 7, allows graduates with non-business qualifications to fast track to the final year of the level 7 Management degree)

Qualifying Year and Bachelor of Business (Honours) (Level 8, when finished the Bachelor of Business in Management, graduates continue to the final year of the level 8 Bachelor of Business)

The CIT information evening for the academic year beginning September 2019 will take place Tuesday 3 September from 5.30pm to 7pm at CIT Bishopstown Campus.

For further information visit cit.ie/parttimebusiness or email business@cit.ie.

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