YOU THINK YOU MIGHT WANT TO STUDY:

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Y O U T H I N K Y O U M I G H T WA N T TO S T U D Y :

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CRIMInaL JUsTICe

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Head of Department Dr. Lynn Ramsey Telephone 074 918 6204 Email lynn.ramsey @lyit.ie Department Administration Telephone 074 918 6206 074 918 6210

There are three areas of study within this Department

- Law, Sports and Languages. Each area of study offers

exciting and varied career prospects to graduates,

whether they wish to work in local businesses or

travel abroad to different organisations overseas. The

courses appeal to people with an interest in how law

impacts our everyday lives, how sports studies and

coaching can transform health performance, and how

learning languages and transferable skills can open

pathways to many different career opportunities.

Criminal Justice

Bachelor of Arts in Law with Irish/French/Spanish/German Bachelor of Arts in Sports Studies with Marketing

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Business with Irish/French/Spanish/German

with Criminal Justice Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Law with Irish/French/Spanish/German Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Sports Studies with Marketing Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Sports Coaching & Performance

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Is this the course for you?

Is sport your passion? Do you want a career which will enable you to use your talent and skills for sport? This two year course will take your enthusiasm for sport and help you to carve out an exciting career in an area you love. The course covers key aspects of sport, health and fitness.

Minimum entry requirements Grade D3 or higher in five ordinary level subjects at Leaving Certificate, including Maths and either Irish or English.

Career opportunities

Careers in the sports, leisure and fitness sectors. Graduates from this programme may work in both the commercial and not for profit sectors assisting in programming and the delivery of sports training.

Follow-on courses

Students may progress on to the BA in Sports Studies with Marketing.

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course title

HIGHER CERTIFICATE IN SPORTS STUDIES

national framework level

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cao code

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duration

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number of places

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Learning & Communication Skills M 5 5 Physical Literacy & Fitness Assessment M 5 6

Information Technology M 5 3

Language 1

(French, German, Irish or Spanish) E 5 4 Teaching English as a Foreign Language E 5 3

Intercultural Communications E 5 3

Exercise Prescription & Programme Design M 5 5 Learning to Train & the Activity Spectrum M 5 6

Sport, Leisure & Society M 5 3

Language 2

(French, German, Irish or Spanish) E 5 4

Personal Finance E 5 3

Group Exercise Leadership M 5 6

Marketing M 5 5

Anatomy & Physiology M 5 3

Language 3

(French, German, Irish or Spanish) E 5 4 Teaching English as a Foreign Language E 5 3

Intercultural Communications E 5 3

Sports Models M 5 5

Sports Nutrition & Hydration M 5 5 Introduction to Sports Psychology M 5 3 Language 4

(French, German, Irish or Spanish) E 5 4

Resource Management E 5 3 No. of credits Class hours per week Mandatory /Elective Year/

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Is this the course for you? Do you have an interest in how law is practiced and what it means in our everyday lives? Legal study provides entry to a range of rewarding and stimulating careers. Fascinated by criminal law? Interested in a career as a corporate lawyer? Curious about children’s rights? This exciting programme allows you to combine the study of a law degree with criminal justice or a language. You will also have the opportunity for work placement or a stint in our in-house law advice clinic.

If you are interested in the study of crime, criminology, understanding conflict and discrimination then the criminal justice minor will provide a gateway to a wide range of exciting careers.

You may choose instead to combine your law degree with the study of a language. We offer Irish from post leaving certificate level and French, Spanish or German from beginner level. Students also have the opportunity to study abroad at one of our partner institutions for one semester.

Minimum entry requirements Five passes in the Leaving Certificate including Maths and English/Irish, or an equivalent qualification. Career opportunities

The programmes focus upon the development of key legal skills and provide opportunities for applied learning, study abroad and civic engagement which enhance the employability of the LYIT law graduate. The course offers graduates a pathway to careers in a range of areas including:

1 Solicitor or barrister in ROI and NI 1 Legal executive

1 Civil Service 1 Regulatory Bodies

1 Careers in criminal justice – Gardaí,

advocacy, probation, social work

1 Company Secretary 1 Legal advisor 1 Researcher 1 Journalism

1 Business and commerce 1 Insurance

1 Tax

Follow-on courses

BA (Hons) in Law with Criminal Justice or BA (Hons) in Law with Irish/French/ Spanish/German

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course title

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN LAW WITH CRIMINAL JUSTICE

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BACHELOR OF ARTS IN LAW WITH IRISH/FRENCH/ SPANISH/GERMAN

national framework level

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cao code

ly207

duration

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number of places

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Learning & Communication Skills M 10 7

Legal Systems M 10 6

Introduction to Sociology M 5 3

Language 1

(French, German, Irish or Spanish) E 5 4

Contract Law M 10 7

Constitutional Law M 10 6

Information Technology M 5 3

Language 2

(French, German, Irish or Spanish) E 5 4 Introduction to Criminal Justice E 5 3

Family & Child Law M 10 5

Land Law M 10 7

Language 3

(French, German, Irish or Spanish) E 5 4 Teaching English as a Foreign Language E 5 3

Intercultural Communications E 5 3

Introduction to Conflict Studies E 10 3

Criminal Law M 10 5

Tort M 10 5

Administrative Law E 5 3

Succession Law E 5 3

Criminal Practice & Procedure E 5 3 Language 4

(French, German, Irish or Spanish) E 5 4

Company Law & Governance M 10 5

Alternative Dispute Resolution M 10 3

Anti-Discriminatory Practice E 5 3

Victims of Crime E 5 4

Language 5 (French, German, Spanish) E 10 6 Irish & Communication Skills 1 E 10 6

Law Reform Project E 10 5

Jurisprudence E 5 3

Conveyancing E 5 3

Professional Practice E 5 4

Workplace Learning E 10 1

Civic Engagement E 10 1

Language 6 (French, German, Spanish) E 10 6 Irish & Communication Skills 2 E 10 6

Workplace Learning E 20 1 Erasmus Placement E 30

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Is this the course for you? Would you like to develop your knowledge and skills in sports studies? Would you like to develop your skills and knowledge in the sports area whilst also developing an expertise in sports marketing? If so, this is the course for you.

Minimum entry requirements Five passes in the Leaving Certificate including Maths and English/Irish (or an equivalent qualification)

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Level 6 Higher Certificate in Sport Studies.

Career opportunities

1 Marketing and Sponsorship 1 Event Management 1 Health Promotion

1 Sports programme development

and delivery in the commercial and not-for-profit sector. Follow-on courses Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Sports Studies with Marketing

spoRTs sTUDIes WITh MaRkeTInG

course title

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN SPORTS STUDIES WITH MARkETING

national framework level

7

cao code

ly237

duration

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number of places

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awarding body

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NeW

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Learning & Communication Skills M 10 5 Business Organisation & Management M 10 6 Physical Literacy & Fitness Assessment M 10 6 Exercise Prescription & Programme Design M 10 5 Learning to Train & the Activity Spectrum M 10 6

Sport, Leisure & Society M 5 3

Information Technology M 5 3

Marketing M 10 5

Group Exercise Leadership M 10 6

Anatomy & Physiology M 5 3

Foundations of Strength & Conditioning M 5 4

Sports Models M 10 5

Sports Nutrition & Hydration M 10 5

Resource Management M 5 3

Introduction to Sports Psychology M 5 3

No. of credits Class hours per week Mandatory /Elective Year/

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Personal Fitness Instruction M 10 4

Performance Analysis & Technology M 10 4 Understanding & Influencing Customers M 10 5

Coaching Practice M 5 3

Designing Marketing Research M 5 3

Interactive & Social Media Applications M 10 5

Civic Engagement E 10 1 Work Placement E 10 1 No. of credits Class hours per week Mandatory /Elective Year/

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Is this the course for you? Do you have business flair and enjoy learning about different cultures? Are you interested in the possibility of an international placement? This course combines the study of business with languages and will provide you with a strong advantage in the international jobs market. Students will study Irish at post-Leaving Certificate level, or French, Spanish or German from beginners’ level. In the third year students will work or study abroad to develop their language skills and improve their intercultural awareness. Minimum entry requirements Grade HC3 in two higher level papers, together with Grade

od3

in four other subjects of the Leaving Certificate Examination, to include Irish or English and Mathematics.

Career opportunities This course focuses on the development of skills and provides opportunities for applied learning, particularly through workplace learning abroad and study abroad, which enhance the employability of the LYIT business and languages graduate. The course offers graduates a pathway to careers in a wide range of areas including:

1 Multinational companies

1 Small and medium sized enterprises 1 Consultancy

1 Public sector bodies.

Follow-on courses

Future study at postgraduate level in languages, business or marketing, including the MSc in Marketing Practice.

BUsIness WITh IRIsh/FRenCh/spanIsh/GeRMan

course title

BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONS) IN BUSINESS WITH IRISH/ FRENCH/SPANISH/GERMAN

national framework level

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cao code

ly218

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4 years

number of places

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Learning & Communication Skills M 10 5 Business Organisation & Management M 10 6 Language 1

(French, German, Irish or Spanish) M 5 4

Information Technology M 5 3

Basic Business Statistics M 10 6

Accounting 1 M 10 6

Language 2

(French, German, Irish or Spanish) M 5 4

Business Law M 5 3

Teaching English as a Foreign Language M 5 3

Intercultural Communications M 5 3

Language 3

(French, German, Irish or Spanish) M 5 4

Marketing M 10 5 Introduction to Sociology E 5 3 Business Communications E 5 3 Managing People M 10 5 Economics M 10 5 Language 4

(French, German, Irish or Spanish) M 5 4

Marketing Management M 5 3

Year Abroad: Workplace Learning M 30 Year Abroad: Erasmus Placement M 30 Language 5 (French, German, Spanish) or

Irish & Communication Skills 1 M 10 6

Workplace Learning M 20

Year Abroad: Workplace Learning M 30 Year Abroad: Erasmus Placement M 30 Language 6 (French, German, Spanish) or

Irish & Communication Skills 2 M 10 6

Workplace Learning M 20

Language 7 (French, German, Spanish) or

Irish & Communication Skills 3 M 10 6 Financial Information & Decision Making M 5 3

International Marketing M 10 5

Culture & Business Project M 5 3

Language 8 (French, German, Spanish) or

Irish & Communication Skills 4 M 10 6 Research Methods & Dissertation M 10 5

Managing Change M 10 6

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Is this the course for you?

This course is a three-year honours law degree. The course has approved degree status with King’s Inns and qualifying law degree status with the Institute of Professional Studies (Northern Ireland). It combines the study of all the core areas of law with new and emerging areas of legal study such as dispute resolution. Third year students have the opportunity to undertake a work placement.

Minimum entry requirements Grade hc3 in two higher level papers together with Grade

od3

in four other subjects of the Leaving Certificate examination, to include Mathematics and Irish or English.

Career opportunities Career pathways include:

1 Solicitor or Barrister RoI and NI 1 Legal Executive 1 Civil Service 1 Regulatory Bodies 1 Company Secretary 1 Legal Advisor 1 Researcher

1 Business and Commerce 1 Insurance

Follow-on courses

Masters in Law or Professional Practice programmes.

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course title

BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONS) IN LAW

national framework level

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cao code

ly208

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number of places

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Learning & Communication Skills in Law M 10 7

Legal Systems M 10 6

Information Technology M 5 3

Language 1

(French, German, Irish or Spanish) E 5 4 Teaching English as a Foreign Language E 5 3

Intercultural Communications E 5 3

Contract Law M 10 7

Constitutional Law M 10 7

Employment Law M 5 3

Succession Law M 5 3

Family & Child Law M 10 5

Land Law M 10 7

Company Law & Governance M 10 5

Criminal Law M 10 5

Tort M 10 5

Administrative Law M 5 3

Conveyancing E 5 3

Communications Law E 5 3

European Union Law M 10 5

Human Rights M 10 5

Evidence E 10 5

Alternative Dispute Resolution E 10 3

Workplace Learning E 10 1

Equity, Trusts & Succession M 10 5

Professional Practice M 5 4 Jurisprudence M 5 3 Law in Action E 10 5 Entertainment Law E 10 5

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Is this the course for you?

If, having studied law, you realise that it’s the career for you then this honours programme would be a great next step. You can continue to combine your legal studies with criminal justice or a language. It will give you a deeper understanding of Irish law and of legal practice in operation. If you are ambitious and eager to concentrate on building your career in law, then you will be at a distinct advantage if you complete this one year add-on course.

If you have completed your BA in Policing Studies, the BA (Hons) in Law with Criminal Jutice provides a unique pathway to study at honours level.

Minimum entry requirements For the BA (Hons) in Law with Criminal Justice: Level 7 BA in Law with Criminal Justice, Level 7 BA in Policing Studies, Level 7 BA in Law or equivalent. For the BA (Hons) in Law with Irish/ French/German/Spanish: Level 7 BA in Law with Irish/French/German/Spanish, Level 7 BA in Law or equivalent. Career opportunities

1 Solicitor or Barrister RoI and NI 1 Legal Executive 1 Civil Service 1 Regulatory Bodies 1 Company Secretary 1 Legal Advisor 1 Researcher

1 Business and Commerce 1 Insurance.

Follow-on courses

1 Masters in Law/Criminal Justice 1 Professional practice programmes

solicitor and barrister routes in RoI and NI.

LaW WITh CRIMInaL JUsTICe/IRIsh/FRenCh/spanIsh/GeRMan

course title

BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONS) IN LAW WITH CRIMINAL JUSTICE

anD

BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONS) IN LAW WITH IRISH/ FRENCH/SPANISH/GERMAN

national framework level

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duration

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number of places

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awarding body

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European Union Law M 10 5

Criminology E 10 5

Human Rights E 10 5

Evidence E 10 5

Language 7

(French, German, Irish or Spanish) E 10 6 Irish & Communication Skills 3 E 10 6 Equity, Trusts & Succession E 10 5

Law in Action E 10 5

Restorative Justice E 10 5

Law Reform Project E 10 5

Jurisprudence E 5 3

Professional Practice E 5 4

Language 8

(French, German, Irish or Spanish) E 10 6 Irish & Communication Skills 4 E 10 6

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Is this the course for you? This is a multi-disciplinary course. Learners study how the principles of marketing and marketing research relate to the sports and leisure industry. They complete a core of sports related modules such as health promotion, sports nutrition and sports technology in which trends and the dynamic environment of the sports, fitness and leisure industries are examined. On completion, graduates will be equipped to anticipate and respond to market opportunities in the sports and leisure industry.

Minimum entry requirements Level 7 BA in Sport Studies with Marketing or equivalent.

Career opportunities

1 Marketing and Sponsorship 1 Event Management 1 Health promotion

1 Sports programme development and

delivery in the commercial and not-for-profit sector.

Follow-on courses

Masters at other IoTs or Universities.

spoRTs sTUDIes WITh MaRkeTInG

course title

BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONS) IN SPORTS STUDIES WITH MARkETING

national framework level

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lyit internal code

ly_hspmk_b

duration

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number of places

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awarding body

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Note: Available from 2015 as progression route from the Level 7 BA in Sports Studies with Marketing

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Sports Tourism & Leisure M 10 4

Applied Sports Marketing M 10 5

Human Resource Management M 5 3

Analysing Marketing Research M 5 3

Strategic Sports Management M 10 4

Health Promotion M 10 3

Sports Marketing Research Project M 10 3

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Is this the course for you? Do you have a love of sport? Do you have a passion for sports coaching and performance? This four year honours programme focuses on sports coaching and performance across the spectrum from beginner to competitor levels. You will specialise in your chosen area of coaching; for example GAA, soccer or athletics and work in conjunction with the national governing bodies to progress through the relevant coaching stages. You will have the opportunity to deepen your knowledge of the physiological aspects of training and exercise, diagnostic and analytical skills related to performance, and applied psychological and dietary influences on athlete preparation. The programme is designed to equip learners with the skills and experience necessary to coach, develop and support athletic performance.

Minimum entry requirements Grade

hc3

in two higher level papers together with Grade

od3

in four other subjects of the Leaving Certificate examination, to include Mathematics and Irish or English.

Career opportunities

1 Competitive sports development

within national governing bodies, commercial and the not-for-profit sector

1 Sports organisations 1 Sporting clubs

1 Health and fitness industry 1 Community activity programmes 1 Personal training.

Follow-on courses

Masters at other IoTs or Universities.

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course title

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONS) IN SPORTS

COACHING & PERFORMANCE

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Personal Fitness Instruction M 10 3

Performance Analysis & Technology M 10 4 Foundations of Strength &

Conditioning M 5 4

Speed, Agility & Quickness M 5 3

Work Placement E 30 2 week block

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Erasmus Placement E 30

Work Placement (Coach) E 30 1 hour per

week for Work Placement (Coach)

Advanced Coaching (ECC Level 2) E 10 4 Interactive & Social Media Applications E 10 5

Applied Sports Nutrition M 10 3

Applied Sports Psychology M 10 5

Performance Coaching M 10 1

Video Analysis M 10 3

Strategic Sports Management M 10 4

Innovation & Creativity M 10 5

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Learning & Communication Skills M 10 5 Physical Literacy & Fitness Assessment M 10 6

Information Technology M 5 3

Language 1

(French, German, Irish or Spanish) E 5 4 Teaching English as a Foreign Language E 5 3

Intercultural Communications E 5 3

Sports Models M 10 5

Learning to Train &

the Principles of Training M 10 6

Sport Leisure & Society M 5 3

Language 2

(French, German, Irish or Spanish) E 5 4

Personal Finance E 5 3

Biomechanics & Data Collection M 10 5

Marketing M 10 5

The Coaching Process M 5 6

Anatomy & Physiology M 5 3

Sports Nutrition & Hydration M 10 5

Exercise Physiology M 10 4

Introduction to Sports Psychology M 5 3

Resource Management M 5 3 No. of credits Class hours per week Mandatory /Elective Year/

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