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Course Details

Bachelor of Business

CAO code: BN016 Entry Route into programme:
  • Leaving Certificate
  • Mature grounds
  • Special circumstances
  • QQI-FET (formerly FETAC) graduates

 

Duration: 3 years
NFQ level: 7
Method of application: CAO
2017 Points: AQA*
Award title: Bachelor of Business or Bachelor of Business in Information Technology or Bachelor of Business in International Business or Bachelor of Business in Accounting & Finance or Bachelor of Arts in Digital Marketing
Credits for full award : 120 @ NFQ Level 6 , 60 @ NFQ Level 7
Awarding Body: ITB Transfer at Commencement of the Course :
Year 1 of BN014 or Year 1 of BN010; Year 1 of BN017 or Year 1 of BN040

Transfer at Commencement of Course :

This programme allows you to transfer at commencement to Year 1 of any of our below programmes :

Bachelor of Business ( BN014)

Bachelor of Business in Information Technology (BN010)

Bachelor of Business in International Business (BN017)

Bachelor of Business in Accounting & Finance

Bachelor of Arts in Digital Marketing (BN040)

 

Minimum Entry Requirements

Leaving Certificate applicants will require a grade O6/H7 in five subjects, these subjects must include Maths and English or Irish.

Foundation level mathematics will meet the minimum entry requirement where a grade F2 or higher is achieved.

There is no prior language requirement for the language electives. Students may choose an elective language from French, German or Spanish.

Mature students may be admitted without meeting these formal requirements.

Minimum entry requirements for QQI-FET (formerly FETAC) graduates, see www.itb.ie/QQI-FET

 

Course Content

Year 1
Semester 1
  • Accounting 1
  • Economics 1
  • Business Administration
  • Business Information Systems
  • Business Mathematics & Statistics 1
  • Electives : French - PLC 1a or Spanish - Ab Initio 1a or Spanish - PLC 1a or German - Ab Initio 1a or German - PLC 1 a or French Ab Initio 1a or Irish Culture and Society or Exploring Web Design or English for Academic Purposes 1

              

Semester 2
  • Accounting 2
  • Economics 2
  • Business Management
  • Business Mathematics and Statistics 2
  • Communication Skills
  • Electives : French - PLC 1b or Spanish - Ab Initio 1 b or Spanish - PLC 1b or German - Ab Initio 1 b or German PLC 1 b or French Ab Initio 1b or Skills for Problem Solving or Applied Media Studies in Business or English for Academic Purposes 2

Note : The choice of electives are dependent upon learner demand and resource availability and may vary from year to year.

Special Regulations

  • Students who apply for this course will be offered a choice of four streams at the commencement of first year. Students can opt for Year 1 of the Bachelor of Business (BN014) or Year 1 of the Bachelor of Business in Information Technology (BN010) or Year 1 of the Bachelor of Business in International Business (BN017) or Year 1 of the Bachelor of Business in Accounting and Finance (BN023) or Year 1 of Bachelor of Arts in Digital Marketing (BN040). This choice will be made at the beginning of first year.
  • Depending on the choice of stream taken in first year, students opting for the Language Electives in first year will have a choice of the International Business stream (BN017) or the General Business stream (BN014) in second and subsequent years.
  • Depending on the choice of stream taken in first year, students opting for the Information Technology Electives in first year will have a choice of the Business & Information Technology stream (BN010) or the General Business stream (BN014) in second and subsequent years.
  • The Accounting and Finance stream will only be available at the commencement of Year 3 but to undertake this particular stream, students must undertake the General Business Stream (BN014) in Year 1 and Year 2.

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* All Qualified Applicants

What our students say...

" I chose this course because it offered me everything I looked for in my future career in business. The course prepares you perfectly for the real world; you get many challenging projects to work on which focus on both economic and political issues. The lecturers know their students by name and are happy to help if you struggle with something. There are many societies that you can join, including a Harry Potter society, a dance society and a poker society. "

Lenka Kusickova ,
Business Student

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