Our courses are designed to meet the requirements of specific employers, including our highly regarded accelerated technician, and skills-shortage courses and part-time courses for those already working in industry.
We have a huge range and variety of real-world-specific options. And a seamless transition to a well-paid, rewarding career.
Ireland, and the world, needs more and better-qualified scientists and health professionals. Get your career off to the best start at the AIT Faculty of Science and Health. The Faculty of Science and Health at AIT comprises four academic departments and offers a wide range of academic programmes across a wide spectrum of disciplines, browse our undergraduate programme offerings by department, using the links below:
The Department of Lifelong Learning offers a range of academic programmes delivered in a flexible manner ranging from Business, Science (including Social Science) and Engineering. The department also offers applied courses and is always interested in connecting with our industry partners (regionally and nationally) to design and deliver bespoke part-time, flexible and online programmes.
Our Faculty of Business & Hospitality, Faculty of Engineering & Informatics, Faculty of Science & Health,and Department of Lifelong Learning offer over 100 undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
AIT’s excellent teaching and learning environment allows our Faculties to recruit and retain staff of the highest calibre— the highest proportion of Doctoral and Post-Doctoral staff of any IoT in Ireland. We’re also the only IoT in Ireland accredited to award its own PhDs. We award PhDs in four areas: Toxicology, Microbiology, Polymer Engineering and Software. No wonder AIT is on an accelerated path to becoming one of Ireland’s first Technological Universities.
Search for Level-6, Level-7 or Level-8 courses by clicking on the relevant Faculty above. Regardless of the level at which you start, we’ll support and guide you on your journey to attain an Honours degree, enter the workforce or progress to post-graduate studies.