Applied Physics & Instrumentation (BSc) (Part-time)
Field of Study
Applied Physics and Instrumentation
Type of Course:
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Application Closing Date:
1st September 2017
- Higher Certificate in Science in Applied Physics and Instrumentation or the Higher Certificate in Science in Industrial Measurement & Control;
- Holders of other relevant Level 6 qualifications, including City & Guilds Course No. 275, will also be considered on an individual case basis;
- Applicants holding relevant Level 7 (or higher) qualifications or having relevant industrial experience may be eligible for exemptions from certain modules.
This programme of 60 credits provides advanced specialist education in measurement and control technology that broadens the perspective of the student and helps to develop design capabilities in instrumentation. The course also helps to consolidate the basic foundation in the discipline for students wishing to pursue the Honours Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics and Instrumentation.
To progress from the Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics & Instrumentation to the Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Instrument Engineering,candidates must achieve a pass with at least an average mark of 50%. Progression is subject to the availability of places.
All part-time programmes at CIT will run subject to sufficient student numbers. Where a programme cannot proceed, applicants will be contacted and advised on alternative study options.
Students should note that Fees quoted relate to the academic year 2017-2018 only and are subject to change on an annual basis. Except where stated, course fees cover the cost of tuition only.
Course fees must be paid before attending lectures.
An Information/Registration session will take place on Wednesday 6th September from 6.00pm to 8.00pm at the CIT Bishopstown Campus. Institute staff will be in attendance to offer career guidance and assistance.
Course Fee: €220 per 5 credit module (incl. exam fees)
Cycle B: Modules will be offered on three evenings per week.
Note: This Level 7 programme is delivered over two academic years. In the academic year 2017/2018 Cycle B modules are offered.
Each year consists of two semesters: the first semester runs from September to January; and the second semester runs from February to June.
Single module certification within the Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics & Instrumentation.
The major award of the Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics & Instrumentation (Level 7 on the National Framework of Qualifications) will be received by students who successfully complete the course programme.
Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI)
This degree is recognised by the Institute of Physics. Graduates of recognised degrees qualify for Associate Membership upon graduation and may apply for full Membership after appropriate work experience.
To progress from the Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics & Instrumentation to the Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Instrument Engineering, candidates must achieve a pass with at least an average mark of 50%. Progression is subject to the availability of places.
Please click here for full details of modules re Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics & Instrumentation
For the academic year 2017/2018, Cycle B modules will be offered.
Cycle A Modules
- Mathematics for Science 3.1
- Digital Systems & Interfacing
- Process Control Systems
- Industrial Automation & SCADA
- Quality Systems
Cycle B Modules
- Online application is open for course commencing 11th September 2017
- Please note that applicants will be required to pay an acceptance fee of €250 online if a place on a course is offered. This fee is deductible from the overall course fee.
- Late applications may be considered should any places become available.
- Please attach and upload any documents such as transcripts, CV, other details relevant to the application.