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Full Time Horticulture Courses

Bachelor of Science in Horticulture (BN022)
CAO code: BN022 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
2016 Points: AQA
Award title: Bachelor of Science
Credits for Full Award: 120 @ NFQ Level 6; 60 NFQ Level 7
Awarding Body: ITB Transfer and Progression:
BN406 Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Horticulture

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Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Horticulture (BN113)
CAO code: BN113 Entry Route into programme:
  • Leaving Certificate
  • Mature grounds
  • Special circumstances
  • QQI-FET (formerly FETAC) graduates

 

Duration: 4 years
NFQ level: 8
Method of application: CAO
2016 Points: 250
Award title: Bachelor of Science (Honours)
Credits for Full Award: 120 @ NFQ Level 6; 60 @ NFQ Level 7; 60 @ NFQ Level 8
Awarding Body: ITB  

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Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Horticulture (BN406)
(1 year add-on to BN022)
Course code: BN406 Entry Route into programme:
  • Appropriate Bachelor Science in Horticulture
Duration: 1 year
NFQ level: 8
Method of application: CAO
Award title: Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Credits for Full Award: 60 @ NFQ Level 8
Awarding Body: ITB  

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Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Entrepreneurship in Horticulture BN419)
Course code: BN419 Entry Route into programme:
  • Appropriate Bachelor Science in Horticulture
Duration: 1 year
NFQ level: 8
Method of application:  CAO
Award title: Bachelor of Science (Honours)
Credits for Full Award: 60 @ NFQ Level 8
Awarding Body: ITB  

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What our students say...

"I had been working in the legal profession for 17 years and had grown tired with the office environment. I always had an interest in gardening and growing my own vegetables. The course offers students a wide range of academic and practical modules. The practical learning placement is an essential component of the learning experience. The lecturers are very supportive and approachable. Pardon the pun, but it is a growing industry with plenty of career opportunities! My advice to school leavers and to more mature people is, go for it, learning feeds the mind and opens doors that you may not have even yet considered ."
Rachel Gerrard - Shouldice,
Horticulture Student

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