Online Bachelor's Degree Programs in Ireland

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The Diploma in Business Studies / Bachelor of Business Studies (part-time) degree programmes from University College Dublin involve a blend of home study and occasional campus attendance underpinned by an infrastructure of student supports.
This programme is designed for mature students with work experience who wish to return to education to complete an undergraduate programme on a part-time basis. Limited on-campus attendance allows you to complete the programme while working full-time.
Mechatronics is the synergistic integration of precision mechanical engineering, control theory, computer science and electronics in such areas as product design and process control and automation. The integration of electronics and computing technologies with mechanical engineering now forms a crucial part in the design, manufacture and maintenance of a wide range of modern engineering products and processes. This requires the adoption by engineers and technicians of an inter-disciplinary and integrated approach to engineering that is being referred to as mechatronics.
The DCU Bachelor of Arts in Humanities (Psychology Major) is a Level 8 (on the National Framework of Qualifications), honours degree programme, which provides students with a focused, tailored programme of education in Psychology.
This online course allows you to pursue a degree or diploma in a specific discipline, like Literature or Sociology, or a broad-based undergraduate education in the Humanities.
This online course allows you to pursue a degree or diploma in a specific discipline, like Literature or Sociology, or a broad-based undergraduate education in the Humanities.
This online course allows you to pursue a degree or diploma in a specific discipline, like Literature or Sociology, or a broad-based undergraduate education in the Humanities.
This online course will equip you with degree-level skills in Information Technology.
Neuroscience is the discipline concerned with the scientific study of the nervous system in health and disease. It probes the intricate machinery of the nervous system in an attempt to understand how we think, move, perceive, learn and remember. Research in the neurosciences is of considerable importance in medicine, considering the debilitating and costly effects of neurological and psychiatric disease. In this regard, a major goal of modern neuroscience research is to elucidate the underlying causes, and to produce more effective treatments for major brain diseases such as Multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, schizophrenia and depression.
The online BSc Nursing and Healthcare Quality Improvement programme from University College Cork Online offers registered nurses and midwives a flexible means to master the core principles of nursing crucial for today‘s nursing practice, providing the necessary research-led and practical skills they need to succeed in a real-world patient care setting.
This subject studies religion both as a cultural force that influences worldviews, practices, and institutions, and as distinct traditions, from the monotheistic religions that have shaped Western cultural history to the religions of Asia and Africa. Their origins and scriptures, practices and self-understandings and their histories of translation, reception and encounter from antiquity to the present age are studied in a non-denominational setting. This subject has been taught in Trinity College since its foundation in 1592.