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Essential Online Postgraduate and Masters Programmes for professionals - in a new digital world



Technology Ireland Software Skillnet provide postgraduate programmes to employees in the tech sector allowing them to build Technology Product Management, User Experience and Internet of Things (IoT) expertise which in turn enables company innovation. These programmes will begin in September and have now pivoted to blended learning delivery to accommodate Covid 19 restrictions.

 

The demand for IOT specialists has exploded in recent times, with the pandemic being a catalyst speeding up the trend of IoT adoption that may otherwise have taken years. Covid 19 has accelerated the transition towards automation and efficiency. Technology Ireland Software Skillnet have consulted with industry to develop a level 9 Masters programme in Electronic and Computer Technology (Internet of Things) through DCU. Applications are now open for the Masters in IoT and the programme has seen a spike of interest in recent months as employees look to become experts in the field.

 

The field of UX has been growing astronomically also with the need for UX professionals projected to grow 22% over the next decade as technology continues to advance. UX designers make an impact, solving real-world problems using an exciting mix of research, design, technology and psychology. The UX postgraduate programme from Technology Ireland Software Skillnet, was designed with UX industry professionals and IADT and aims to expand technical, creative and strategic skills, and empower participants with the knowledge and expertise to design effective and engaging user experiences.

 

Our Postgraduate Diploma in Product Management with Technological University Dublin saw the celebration of it’s ten year anniversary earlier in the year and has now concluded applications for the September intake. The Masters Programme in Product Management is currently accepting applications.


Learn more about all of our 2020 grant-aided academic programmes here.