School of Mathematical Sciences

Please see below for brief descriptions of the part-time study opportunities in the School of Mathematical Sciences, Dublin Institute of Technology. For information on full-time study opportunities visit www.maths.dit.ie/ft.

However, for information please submit the form below, visit our website or contact us directly: +353 868215017; maev.maguire@dit.ie

Our part-time programmes are delivered in the evening making them attractive to those in full-time employment and allowing students to maintain a balance between their work, family and study.
Part-time Undergraduate Programmes

DT6248 Higher Certificate Mathematics

The programme is designed for those with an interest in the mathematical sciences or who require a better understanding of mathematics for their jobs and wish to improve their mathematical skills for their future career. The programme is suitable for individuals who have already studied some mathematics at third level within another discipline. Graduates of the programme are eligible to enter the part-time ordinary degree programme in Mathematics More information...

DT7248 BSc Ordinary Mathematics

A degree in mathematics is highly sought after by many employers and produces extremely flexible graduates. This programme provides a core of modern mathematics that is ideal for second-level teachers, professionals in industry, commerce and public services or those wishing to upskill and embark upon new careers in emerging and rapidly growing sectors. Graduates of the programme are also eligible to enter the part-time or full-time honours degree programmes. More information...

DT8248 BSc Honours Mathematics

The programme is suitable for anyone with an interest in mathematics or who wishes to develop their mathematical understanding from general or pass degree to honours-degree level. Advanced mathematical skills and the ability to apply mathematics to problems are extremely important modern graduate attributes and graduates of this programme will be in a good position to advance their current careers or embark on high achieving careers in industry, commerce, the teaching and other professions, and the public sector. Graduates are also eligible to proceed to graduate study and research in mathematical sciences. More information...

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Part-time Postgraduate Programmes

MSc in Applied Mathematics DT9210 (Sept intake)/DT9212 (Jan intake)

The programme offers a broad range of topics in applied mathematics and is suitable for applicants from a wide variety of backgrounds. It is designed to cater not only for those who wish to develop an advanced level of mathematical knowledge and practical skills relevant to problem solving in diverse, real-world contexts but also for those that simply wish to develop their understanding and appreciation of a fundamental branch of mathematics. More information...

DT9206 MSc in Mathematical Physics

The programme is suitable for applicants with a strong mathematical background who wish to develop their knowledge and appreciation of advanced mathematical topics as a preparation for research or to enter highly technical, research-focussed roles in business or industry. Graduates will acquire the analytical skills to perform advanced professional and technical roles. More information...

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Continuing Professional Development

DT9002 Postgraduate Certificate in Applied Statistics

The programme is designed to provide the highly specialised statistical skills required across a wide variety of sectors, such as, the insurance, banking, health care, enterprise software, internet technology, manufacturing and the public sector. It is suitable for professionals who wish to learn statistics for the first time or build on their existing knowledge and skills set. The programme is a blend of underlying theory and practise with an emphasis on the use of modern software packages, such as R. Graduates of the programme are skilled practitioners in the area of applied statistical modelling with experience of using current software and a solid grounding in the concepts underpinning statistical analysis. More information...

DT8998 CPD Diploma in Data Analysis for Professionals

The programme is designed to equip graduates from business, accounting and finance, science or engineering backgrounds with the statistical and mathematical skills needed to extract critical information from business and industry data sets. It will develop students' core skills associated with the principles of statistical data analysis including how to interpret a data set and how best to represent the data and the results of the analysis. More information...

Individual modules can be studied in a wide range of specific mathematical sciences topics.

The School of Mathematical Sciences also offers part-time degrees by research (MPhil & PhD). For more information: tel:+353 1 4024611 or email chris.hills@dit.ie

For information about full-time study opportunities in the School of Mathematical Sciences please visit http://www.maths.dit.ie/ft or our website http://www.maths.dit.ie.