Organisation and Professional Development

The Department of Organisation and Professional Development offers courses in a number of areas including Human Resource Management, Business, Professional Accountancy Courses, Book-Keeping, and Road Transport (CPC).

The Head of Department is Mr Don Crowley. The contact details for the department are:

Breda O'Dwyer,
Head of Department of Organisation & Professional Development
T: +353-(0)21 433 5900

Department of Organisation & Professional Development
T: +353-(0)21 433 5903


Kathryn Carey
Department of Organisation & Professional Development
T: 433 5902


Full-time Course Listing


BBus in Business Administration CR022 (Level 7)

BBus (Honours) in Business Administration (Level 8) 1 year add-on


Part-time Course Listing


BA in Human Resource Management (Level 7)

BA in Human Resource Management (Level 8)  

MA in Human Resource Management (Level 9)

MBA Strategy 

MSc in Applied Accounting

Certificate in Leadership Development 

Certificate in Supervisory Management

Introductory Book-Keeping and Accounting

Certificate in Corporate Strategy Development


Professional Accountancy Courses


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Accounting Technician Ireland 

Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland (CPA) 

CIMA Certificate in Business Accounting

Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) 

ACCA Diploma in Accounting & Business (Level 6)


Information for Adult Evening Courses


An Information evening for the above courses (excluding the full-time CAO CR022 Bachelor of Business in Business Administration) beginning in September is held in the Bishopstown Campus, please click here for details.


Online Application
The majority of the part-time courses have an online application process. Please visit your chosen course and click on the 'Apply Tab' to begin the application process. There is also a designated contact name for each course should you have any queries. Early application is advisable as numbers of places on courses are limited.


Paper Application
A small number of part-time courses require a paper registration form. Registration forms must be completed in full. It is particularly important that each applicant clearly identifies the course and subjects for which he/she is registering. The onus is on each applicant to ensure that this information is accurate.



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