Bachelor of Science (Honours) Common Entry SE500
When you apply for Science you must select ONE of the following options:
- Common Entry SE500
- Biosciences with Biopharmaceuticals SE500
- Brewing and Distilling SE521
- Pharmaceutics and Drug Formulation SE500
Applicants who select a specific degree option are guaranteed a place on that programme subject to meeting the entry requirements and points. Applicants who are undecided on choices should choose Common Entry. All applicants may change their selection up to the end of Year 1 and must confirm their specialism at that point.
About the course?
A Common Entry course is a popular choice for students who have an interest in a discipline but are unsure of what career path they would like to follow. Common Entry courses allow students to study a broad range of subjects initially and then choose their preferred specialist area. This allows students more time to discover what interests them most.
- BSc (Honours) Biosciences with Biopharmaceuticals SE500
- BSc (Honours) Brewing & Distilling SE521
- BSc (Honours) Pharmaceutics and Drug Formulation SE500
The course offers a blend of academic and practical skill development and includes a period of industrial work placement.
Biosciences with Biopharmaceuticals
Brewing and Distilling
This option will equip graduates with the necessary knowledge, skills and competencies in brewing and distilling and enable them to make a contribution to this recognised growth industry. For more information on the BRD option click here »
Pharmaceutics and Drug Formulation
Special features of this course
All students, regardless of the original option chosen, will be permitted to change their selection at the end of Year 1 and confirm their specialism for Year 2.
Exit Awards - Bachelor of Science in Biosciences or Analytical Science (NFQ Level 7) after Year 3.
- Exit Award – Higher Certificate (NFQ Level 6) after Year 2.
What are the minimum entry requirements?
- 2H5 & 4O6/H7
- English or Irish O6/H7
- Mathematics O6/H7