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Computing and Mathematics Department

Function of the Department

The Department of Computing & Mathematics is one of the departments within the School of Science. Working within the School of Science, the department

  • Develops and delivers higher education courses in computing, information technology and multimedia
  • Provides tuition in Mathematics, Statistics and Computing within the School of Science & Computing and the other Schools with the Institute.
  • Assists applicants to the department and their advisors
  • Seeks out, heeds and informs the needs and opinions of its stakeholders
  • Encourages and facilitates research in Computing, Maths and Multimedia. It carries out research and development activities on its own and with partners in Ireland/Europe
  • Promotes economic and social development
  • Participates in skills-shortage initiatives in computing
  • Participates in part-time and alternative provision of education, in co-operation with the Development Office
  • Endeavours to raise the public awareness of information technology
  • Plans and carries out its activities in accordance with health and safety procedures
  • Carries out its activities in ways that contribute to the enhancement of (or minimise its impact on) the environment
  • Strives continually to improve the standard of all it does
  • Assists in the development of the Institute's Strategic Plan
  • Develops and manages the resources, both physical and human, allocated to it

Courses available in this department:


Computing and Mathematic Studies

Contact Points