A one-year, part-time and online degree programme accredited by DIT and delivered by Digital Skills Academy. This programme is taught by respected industry leaders and innovators and pioneers the latest developments in online learning and virtual team-working.
Duration | 12 Months
Cost | €7,750
CPD Points | 660
Venue | Delivered online by Digital Skills Academy
This degree is designed for experienced professionals who want to achieve a degree in digital technology, digital business and digital design or those who have relevant industry experience and want to advance their career prospects in the digital sector.
Similarly if you want to move career into the digital sector from an unrelated field and who want to progress your career in executive or middle management positions, or continue your studies to a higher level.
Participants take a number of shared modules and also take one ‘Specialisation Stream’.
As a ‘digitally-optimised’ graduate, you will gain a portfolio of project work through extensive team-based practical experience working on ‘industry-assigned’ projects with businesses and organisations.
This programme provides experience to work in cross-functional virtual teams –a skillset increasingly sought after by organisations globally (Coders, Managers, Marketers, Sales Professionals and Designers).
The programme focuses on serving working professionals through a 12 month degree programme closely aligned with the needs of industry.
This programme is closely aligned with the needs of industry providing you with opportunities to demonstrate your new skills to our respected industry partners and corporate clients.
During this Masterclass, we will look at the
typical goals of digital business transformation – dramatically improved customer
experience and significantly streamlined operations – and ask what it takes to
achieve them and who leads and contributes to the effort.
illustrative cases, we will discuss the issues and challenges associated with
each pathway and identify best practices.
Data Protection by Design is an approach to system design which takes privacy into account throughout the whole service, product or systems design process. Protection of personal data should not be retrofitted or seen as an afterthought but instead be seen as integral to systems development. Before the first line of code is written, as a data controller you should ask the following question should be asked;
1. What does the use of personal data mean for the customer?
2.ÂÂ What ÂÂ risks will the use of personal data pose to the fundamental rights of individuals?
3. Are the necessary technological measures in place to safeguard processing of personal data?