Candidates are required to complete 9 core modules, including research methods and dissertation modules. Candidates can also choose an elective course to take during this time, subject to the number of students. Please note that all modules count towards the final award ranking. The international field trip has an additional cost and is subject to the number of students. Visa restrictions may apply.
- Accounting and taxation
- Basic and Qualified Programs
- Business and Administration
- Use of the computer
- Education Sciences
- Finance, banking, insurance
- Information and communication
- Management and administration
- Marketing and advertising
- Mathematics and statistics
- Social and Behavioral Sciences
- Studies of sociology and culture
- Software and application development
- Wholesale and retail sales
- Job skills
The Master of International Business course is awarded by QQI at level 9 in the National Qualifications Framework. This award will allow transfer to level 9 research degrees and, in some cases, progression to doctoral courses taught at level 10 at the NFQ.
Applicants must have a minimum of 2.2 honors degrees in a cognate or non-cognate area at level 8 of the National Qualifications Framework.
The university operates a Recognition of Prior Experiential Learning (RPEL) scheme, which means that undergraduates with extensive professional experience and other prior qualifications can also be considered for the course.