Advance Modular Study is for you if you:
Most level 9 modules require a 2.2 degree in a related discipline or equivalent professional experience. For most level 6 and 7 modules there are no pre-requisites.
5-credit modules are typically 1 trimester (15 weeks) in duration and involve 125 hours of student work in the case of study-for-credit.
Should you have any queries regarding your eligibility for a module, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
As an Advance Centre Learner, you are a fully registered UCD, ATU Sligo or TU Dublin student, will have a student card, and have access to all the facilities and supports available to other students.
Module assessment varies.
For more information, click on the module name in the catalogue to view the Module Details. Typically, assessment is a mix of continuous assessment in the form of assignments and class tests or examinations.
The examination may be conducted in-person at an examination centre.
Module delivery varies, please click on the module name in catalogue to view the Module Details. Most modules are provided online meaning that all lectures and tutorials are provided remotely via the Internet. Some modules with the laboratory components are blended, typically meaning that the labs are in-person on-campus while the lectures and tutorials are online.
The typical fees for 5-credit and 10-credit (Level 8-9) UCD modules are €875 and €1750.
The typical fees for 5-credit (Level 6-7) IT Sligo modules are €550.
Fees are subject to change, please check individual modules for most up to date information.
Prospective participants can book by clicking on the “Book” link in the catalogue