Department of Business & Management

Department of Business & Management

At the Department of Business & Management, we offer you a thorough grounding in all major disciplines of business, from accounting, finance, economics, marketing to human resource management. Within our course offerings, our Bachelor of Business (Honours) ab-initio programme provides students with a one semester work placement as part of their degree studies. We also offer degree options in Business and Law, Digital Marketing and a new Bachelor of Business in International Business Management (with a choice of a European language or Chinese). On completion of your course, maybe you will progress straight into the rewarding world of work, having benefitted from our links to the industries, commercial and public bodies in the Midlands region during your studies. Alternatively, maybe you will progress to Level 9 Masters studies.

Whatever your goal, a Business qualification from AIT will open doors nationally and internationally for a sustainable and rewarding career.

Should you wish to find out more about any of our business programmes, please email business@ait.ie and a member of our faculty will be pleased to assist with your enquiry. Alternatively, visit our CAO hub to access a range of virtual events at CAO Hub


Contact Department of Business & Management

Acting Head of Department
Alison Sheridan

Email: asheridan@ait.ie

Telephone: (090) 6468261

Room number: B04

Building: Business

Department Secretary
June Daly

Email: jdaly@ait.ie

Telephone: (090) 6483039

Room number: B02

Building: Business

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