Online Master's Degree Programs in Ireland

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This Access Course is for Honours students whose primary degree is not in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, but who wish to join the MEng in Mechanical & Manufacturing programme. It is a bridge between your existing knowledge and the knowledge you need to enter one of these courses. It is a one-year part-time course.
This programme has been developed to meet the educational requirements of nurses and midwives who seek to become Advanced Practitioners. It provides not only the theoretical requirements but supports the clinical development, particularly in relation to the physical assessment and pharmacology of the specialist area of advanced practice.
Our postgraduate Advanced Radiotherapy Practice course online at Trinity College Dublin aims to develop knowledge and skills in the advanced radiation therapy management of cancer patients and to enable you to critically evaluate and participate in research in this area.
The CIT Crawford College of Art & Design offers an exciting post-graduate course in Art Therapy. The College is the first in Ireland to provide professional training in Art Therapy.
The CIT Crawford College of Art & Design offers an exciting post-graduate course in Art Therapy. The College is the first in Ireland to provide professional training in Art Therapy.
The 100% online Masters in Biopharmaceutical medicine offered by the National Institute For Bioprocessing Research & Training (NIBRT) has been designed in extensive collaboration with Industry to provide graduates with a range of cutting-edge skills in Biopharmaceutical Science and Medical Biotechnology thereby making them highly employable within the Biotechnology, Biopharmaceutical and Medical Biotechnology Industries.
NUI Galway offers scholarships for some Masters students – please click here to see if you are eligible for this funding. This Master of Health Sciences programme is aimed at preparing you to engage in chronic illness prevention and management.
The objective of this Master of Science course is to provide training for the next generation of healthcare workers in the clinical research arena. The course aims to provide a platform for achieving greater efficiencies in applying medical discoveries to clinical practice.
The MSc in Cloud Computing is taught online using Cloud based technologies, so students can learn about the cloud in the cloud. Learning technologies such as Blackboard, Adobe Connect, and virtualised lab infrastructures are just some of the systems that are used to deliver this innovative programme. 
If you are interested in pursuing or developing a professional or voluntary career in the co-operative or social enterprise field, the MSc in Co-operative and Social Enterprise is designed with you in mind. It is a part-time course taken over one or two calendar years.
This programme provides a new approach to classroom management in the Mixed Ability setting. It provides teaching methodologies that allow all students ' from the exceptionally able to pupils with special educational needs - to learn at a level suited to their needs and abilities. It enhances teaching and learning in the classroom, reduces stress, increases enjoyment, motivation, achievement and attendance.
The M.A. program in Creative Writing of Warnborough College is unique. Completely online, it is based on Aristotle‘s theory of mimesis. Despite its ancient roots, the program meets all the needs of a postmodern writer in search of new writing paradigms for a changing world.
The MSc and Professional Diploma in Data Analytics from University College Dublin will help you analyse and understand the large data sets that are regularly being created via the huge growth in freely available online information.
The MSc and Professional Diploma in Data Analytics from University College Dublin will help you analyse and understand the large data sets that are regularly being created via the huge growth in freely available online information.
The MSc in Digital Investigation and Forensic Computing from University College Dublin is designed for information technology specialists who need to acquire skills for the prevention and investigation of computer-related incidents.
The MSc in Digital Investigation and Forensic Computing from University College Dublin is designed for information technology specialists who need to acquire skills for the prevention and investigation of computer-related incidents.
ONLINE: 2 Semesters (January to September) E-learning as a field of study, as an approach to teaching and learning and as an industry has evolved considerably over the last decade and a half.
In addition, students on the Electronic Systems and Telecommunications programmes may decide to focus their field of study into any of three areas: Telecommunications Engineering (Network Implementation Major), Electronic Systems (Nanoelectronics & Photonics Major), Electronic Systems (Image Processing & Analysis Major).
University College Dublin offers the Environmental Sustainability - Graduate Diploma and Certificate, M.Sc. degree.
The importance of the link between food and human health is becoming increasingly evident and graduates of the Master in Food, Nutrition and Health course from University College Dublin will be educated to a high level in the science of food as it pertains to human nutrition and health.
The importance of the link between food and human health is becoming increasingly evident and graduates of the Master in Food, Nutrition and Health course from University College Dublin will be educated to a high level in the science of food as it pertains to human nutrition and health.
The Forensic Computing & Cybercrime Investigation programme is offered by the University College Dublin School of Computer Science and Informatics.
The Forensic Computing & Cybercrime Investigation programme is offered by the University College Dublin School of Computer Science and Informatics.
The central purpose of the MA in the History of the Family is to combine the strengths of two traditions: that of the independent researcher into family history and that of established disciplines in history particularly the well developed sub discipline of the history of the family.
The Management Part-Time programme from University College Dublin is primarily aimed at current professionals of a non-business academic background with a keen interest in the business world and looking to build upon their prior qualifications with a business/management specialisation.