BA in Management of Technology in Business - Evening

National College of Ireland
Time of Day
Part Time, Evening
On Enquiry
3 years - 2 semesters per year.

Course Description

Programme Overview


For this part-time course you can either Apply Online or download our application form.

SAP UAThis programme gives you a highly valuable combination of business and IT skills. You will gain a broad understanding of IT topics such as web design, software development, databases, and programming as well as of business topics such as marketing, human resource management, financial accounting and business management. The programme has a flexible structure with a large number of elective modules that allow you to specialise and enhance your skills on a particular aspect from both IT and business. You will also get the unique opportunity to be trained and prepared for the SAP certification accreditation in the business area. As a graduate of this programme your blend of business and technology skills will give you a unique perspective on management of business problems though software development skills and knowledge on the latest business software applications such as SAP. You will also learn how to manage teams and enhance your people skills through communication, presentation and teamwork.

Student Profile

Student ProfileMichael Armstrong - “I returned to full-time education as a mature student. Although it can be a little daunting in the beginning, the course was immensely fulfilling and I found it very rewarding.”






3 years - 2 semesters per year.


Tuesday & Thursday 18.30 - 22.00 & Saturday 09.00 - 13.30.


Entry Requirements

This programme is designed to appeal to those at work or seeking to re-enter the workforce. There are no specific academic requirements with applicants considered based on relevant work and other experience. Applicants may be required to attend an interview as part of the application process. Under-23’s will be assessed based on Leaving Certificate or equivalent.



The Bachelor of Arts (Ordinary) in Management of Technology in Business is awarded by HETAC at level 7 on the National Framework of Qualifications. This award will allow progression to level 8 programmes on the NFQ. Upon successful completion of the BA (Ordinary) in Management of Technology in Business, students may complete an extra year to be awarded a BA (Honours) in Technology Management at level 8 on the National Framework of Qualifications.

Additional Information

The programme includes preparation and training for SAP certification, which is the most important Enterprise Resource Planning tool.




IFSC Campus, Mayor St, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Programme Modules

Year 1
Computer Architecture Human Resource Management
Introduction to Business Introduction to Computers
Introduction to Multimedia Personal & Professional Development
Quantitative Methods XHTML & Web Design

Year 2
Business Entrepreneurship Financial Accounting
Introduction to Databases Introduction to Programming
Introduction to Software Engineering Managerial Foundations of Information Systems
Marketing Object Orientated Programming
Operating Systems Organisational Behaviour
Software Applications for Business

Year 3
Corporate Social Responsibility
Data Communications Technology Data Management 2
Enterprise Development Financial Management
Operations Management Project
Project Management Software Engineering 1
Software Engineering 2  

Start Date

Wednesday 21st September 2011

Programme Location

IFSC Campus

Dublin 1
awarded by HETAC at level 7 on the National Framework of Qualifications
Qualification Type
The Bachelor of Arts (Ordinary) in Management of Technology in Business
Course Link
Related Categories:
Business , Technology
Related Locations:
Dublin City Centre , Dublin North , Dublin South , Dublin West

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