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1 College Prospectus Irish College of Humanities & Applied Sciences Walton House, Lonsdale Road, National Technology Park, Castletroy, Limerick Tel: Website:

2 Dear Prospective Student, On behalf of the Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for taking the time to consider our college for your studies. We are extremely proud of our college, what it stands for, and its role in Irish education. Since 1999, the college has gained a reputation for providing education of the highest quality, having both educational and occupational value nationally and internationally. A core part of the ethos of the College is a commitment to affordable and flexible education for all and we have ensured that this commitment is maintained in this suite of programmes. All our programmes are underpinned by contemporary research and focused on the development of new knowledge and its application in practice. With the support of a dedicated team of academic staff you will find your experience with the college one that opens new possibilities for you. If you have any questions in relation to the programmes on offer, their structure or the college itself, please contact us on or feel free to come and visit us. Finally, all our programmes were reviewed and updated in 2015 ensuring they meet the exacting award standards of QQI and therefore they all have national and international relevance and recognition. Yours sincerely Declan Carey, CEO Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences. Table of Contents B.Bus(Hons) in Business with Business Psychology 3 B.Bus (Hons) in Business 5 B.Bus in Business 7 Higher Certificate in Business 9 B.A (Hons) in Counselling and Psychotherapy 11 B.A. in Counselling Skills and Psychotherapy Studies 13 B.A (Hons) in Counselling and Youth Studies 15 B.A in Counselling Skills and Youth Studies 17 B.A. (Hons) in Counselling & Addiction Studies 19 B.A. in Counselling Skills & Addiction Studies 21 B.A. (Hons) in Childhood and Adolescent Care & Practice 23 Certificate in Childhood Practice / Higher Certificate in Childhood & Adolescent Practice 25 M.A. in Counselling and Psychotherapy 27 M.A. in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy 29 M.A. in Counselling and Pastoral Care 31 M.A. in Clinical Supervision in Professional Practice 33 M.A. in Childhood and Adolescent Studies M.A. in Leadership and Management 35 M.A. in Leadership and Management 37 1

3 About our Programmes The Irish College of Humanities & Applied Sciences is an independent third level college that prides itself on its student centred approach. ICHAS provides an academic environment that fosters personalised learning, enabling participants to develop their potential for life and for exciting careers in their chosen areas of practice. All ICHAS programmes are accredited and awarded by Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) and are on the National Framework of Qualifications. Our programmes combine theoretical knowledge with practical application and address areas that employers, professional organisations and statutory agencies require. Most of all, our programmes have been completely reviewed and updated in 2015 to ensure they meet the exacting award standards of QQI. Most importantly programmes have been specifically designed to meet the needs of modern students, accommodating those who wish to study either part time or full time. ICHAS programmes utilise blended learning, which combines traditional face-to-face lecturing with online learning. This facilitates a greater work/life/study balance and allows students to work at a pace that suits them. For some modules which are skills based, classroom based attendance is required and for other modules which are theory based, the student can avail of the option of attending virtually, minimising the need for travel and allowing students to study from the comfort of their own home. Access to our Programmes: Applications for all programmes are processed either through the CAO system as below or for direct entry applicants, through the submission of a completed application form. Please see our website at for application forms and information CAO: This access route applies only to applicants under the age of 23 (on January 1st of the year of entry) who wish to apply to the first year of any of the QQI validated full-time undergraduate programmes. The closing date for CAO applications for EU citizens is February 1st, while late applications will be accepted until May 1st. Subsequent to that, applicants may complete a Change of Mind Form which will be accepted up until July 1st. 2

4 Irish College of Humanities & Applied Sciences B.Bus (Hons) in Business with Business Psychology B.Bus(Hons) in Business with Business Psychology Programme Overview: Businesses are comprised of complex dynamic organisational structures and successful businesses are dependent on the understanding of how organisations work on an interpersonal basis and understanding consumer psychology as well as employee relationships. This honours degree programme is designed to integrate the study of business with business psychology, promoting an indepth understanding of how business, industry and society interact from a psychological perspective as businesses do not operate in a social vacuum. The College policy is to work with small class sizes, allowing us to focus on the individual students and their learning needs. We have a strong commitment to providing appropriate individual support to students on their educational journey. Duration: This programme is run over a 4 year period Entry Requirements: The B.Bus (Hons) in Business with Business Psychology is open to appplicants with a leaving certificate standard of education. The programme can be accessed through the CAO or directly through the college. Those with relevant experience will also be considered through APL/RPL. Non- CAO Applicants are also required to complete a short interview. All applicants are expected to be fluent and competent in both written and spoken English. For overseas applications students, will have to provide certification of competency in English indicating a minimum score of 5.5 IELTS or equivilant. Assessment: The programme has been designed to enable learners to demonstrate their academic and reflective learning in appropriate ways. The assessment strategy accommodates different learning styles and therefore the programme assesses learners using a range of practical assignments, essays, learning journals, examinations, reflective exercises and projects. Teaching and Learning Approach: The course uses both classroom based and blended learning techniques. This allows the learner to access classes in person or using on-line facilities. In certain modules attendance in person may be a requirement. Further Information: Admissions Office Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences, Walton House, Lonsdale Road, National Technology Park, Castletroy, Limerick Telephone: Website: Visit us on Facebook 3

5 B.Bus (Hons) in Business with Business Psychology B.Bus (Hons) in Business with Business Psychology Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Introduction to Third Level Studies Introduction to IT Applications F3cial Accounting 1 Contemporary Business Management Organisational Behaviour Project Management Research Methodologies Microeconomics Management Accounting 1 Business Applications Technology Human Resource Management Principles of Psychology Social Media for Business Consumer Psychology & Business Strategic Marketing Management Financial Accounting 2 Business Law Project Dissertation Principles of Marketing Total Customer Care Entrepreneurship & Business Innovation Business Mathematics & Statistics Communications and Personal Development in a Business Environment Macro Economics Management Accounting 2 Principles of Organisational & Business Psychology Career Planning & Profiling Academic Progression: Graduates who successfully complete this programme may pursue a range of Masters programmes (level 9 on NFQ) at ICHAS or other colleges and universities in both Ireland and abroad. Awarding Body: QQI - NFQ Level: 8 CAO Code: CI105 Registration Fees: Please refer to for further information on fees. Career Opportunities: The B. Bus(Hons) in Business with Business Psychology offers graduates a range of employment options both nationally and internationally. These include areas such as marketing, sales, operations, information technology, finance and general management, consumer psychology among others. ICHAS Providing Affordable and Flexible Education for all 4

6 B.Bus (Hons) in Business Irish College of Humanities & Applied Sciences B.Bus (Hons) in Business Programme Overview: The demand for graduates with business degrees is always strong and will continue to grow, offering graduates a range of employment opportunities, both at home and abroad. This programme has been specifically designed to meet emerging market trends and needs and will provide participants with key skills and knowledge to work professionally in a range of business and industry settings. Each module has been designed for its relevance to multiple business environments. Over a 4 year period the programme will facilitate students to develop practical approaches to real life business challenges. With a team of highly skilled academic staff drawn from the world of academia and industry, the programme will offer real insight on what it means to be a professional practitioner in the world of business today. The College policy is to work with small class sizes, allowing us to focus on the individual students and their learning needs. We have a strong commitment to providing appropriate individual support to students on their educational journey. Duration: This programme is run over a 4 year period on a fulltime or part-time basis Entry Requirements: The B. Bus (Hons) in Business is open to all those with a leaving certificate standard of education. The programme can be accessed through the CAO or directly through the college. Those with relevant experience will also be considered through APL/RPL. Non- CAO applicants are also required to complete a short interview. All applicants are expected to be fluent and competent in both written and spoken English. For overseas applications students, will have to provide certification of competency in English indicating a minimum score of 5.5 IELTS or equivilant. Assessment: The programme has been designed to enable learners to demonstrate their academic and reflective learning in appropriate ways. The assessment strategy accommodates different learning styles and therefore the programme assesses learners using a range of practical assignments, essays, learning journals, examinations, reflective exercises and projects. Teaching and Learning Approach: The course uses both classroom based and blended learning techniques. This allows the learner to access classes in person or using on-line facilities. In certain modules attendance in person may be a requirement. Further Information: Admissions Office Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences, Walton House, Lonsdale Road, National Technology Park, Castletroy, Limerick Telephone: Website: Visit us on Facebook 5

7 B.Bus (Hons) in Business Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Introduction to Third Level Studies Organisational Behaviour Project Management Research Methodologies Introduction to IT Applications Microeconomics Human Resource Management Strategic Planning & Management Financial Accounting 1 Management Accounting 1 Financial Management Strategic Marketing Management Contemporary Business Management Business Applications Technology Social Media for Business European Business Law B.Bus (Hons) in Business Financial Accounting 2 Business Law Project Dissertation Principles of Marketing Total Customer Care Entrepreneurship & Business Innovation Business Mathematics & Statistics Communications and Personal Development in a Business Environment Macro Economics Management Accounting 2 Macro Economics Management Information Systems Academic Progression: Graduates who successfully complete this programme may pursue a range of other Degree programmes (level 9 on NFQ) at ICHAS or other colleges and universities in both Ireland and abroad. Awarding Body: QQI - NFQ Level: 8 CAO Code: CI106 Registration Fees: Please refer to for further information on fees. Career Opportunities: This B.Bus (Hons) in Business Degree offers graduates a range of employment options both nationally and internationally. Graduates will be prepared for practice in a range of areas such as marketing, sales, operations, information technology, finance and general management, consumer psychology. ICHAS Providing Affordable and Flexible Education for all 6

8 B.Bus in Business Irish College of Humanities & Applied Sciences B.Bus in Business Programme Overview: The demand for graduates with business degrees is always strong and will continue to grow, offering graduates a range of employment opportunities both at home and abroad. This programme has been specifically designed to meet emerging market trends and needs and will provide participants with key skills and knowledge to work professionally in a range of business and industry settings. Each module has been designed for its relevance to multiple business environments. Over a 3 year period the programme will facilitate students to develop practical approaches to real life business challenges. With a team of highly skilled academic staff drawn from the world of academia and industry, the programme will offer real insight on what it means to be a professional practitioner in the world of business today. The College policy is to work with small class sizes, allowing us to focus on the individual students and their learning needs. We have a strong commitment to providing appropriate individual support to students on their educational journey. Duration: This programme is run over a 3 year period on a fulltime or part-time basis Entry Requirements: The B.Bus in Business is open to all those with a leaving certificate standard of education. The programme can be accessed through the CAO or directly through the college Those with relevant experience will also be considered through APL/ RPL. Non CAO applicants are also required to complete a short interview. All applicants are expected to be fluent and competent in both written and spoken English. For overseas applications students will have to provide certification of competency in English indicating a minimum score of 5.5 IELTS or equivilant. Assessment: The programme has been designed to enable learners to demonstrate their academic and reflective learning in appropriate ways. The assessment strategy accommodates different learning styles and therefore the programme assesses learners using a range of practical assignments, essays, learning journals, examinations, reflective exercises and projects. Teaching and Learning Approach: The course uses both classroom based and blended learning techniques. This allows the learner to access classes in person or using on-line facilities. In certain modules attendance in person may be a requirement. Further Information: Admissions Office Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences, Walton House, Lonsdale Road, National Technology Park, Castletroy, Limerick Telephone: Website: Visit us on Facebook 7

9 B.Bus in Business B.Bus in Business Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Introduction to Third Level Studies Organisational Behaviour Project Management Introduction to IT Applications Microeconomics Human Resource Management Financial Accounting 1 Management Accounting 1 Financial Management Contemporary Business Management Business Applications Technology Social Media for Business Financial Accounting 2 Business Law Project Principles of Marketing Total Customer Care Entrepreneurship & Business Innovation Business Mathematics & Statistics Macro Economics Management Information Systems Communications and Personal Development in a Business Environment Management Accounting 2 Academic Progression: Graduates who successfully complete this programme may pursue a range of other Degree programmes (level 8 on NFQ) at ICHAS or other colleges and universities in both Ireland and abroad. Awarding Body: QQI - NFQ Level: 7 CAO Code: CI007 Registration Fees: Please refer to for further information on fees. Career Opportunities: This B.Bus in Business Degree offers graduates a range of employment options both nationally and internationally. Graduates will be prepared for practice in a range of areas such as marketing, sales, operations, information technology, finance and general management, consumer psychology. ICHAS Providing Affordable and Flexible Education for all 8

10 Higher Certificate in Business Irish College of Humanities & Applied Sciences Programme Overview: This 2 year programme comprises the first 2 years of the B.Bus in Business, or B.Bus(Hons) in Business with Business Psychology. The programme will provide graduates with key skills and knowledge in the area of business on which to build their individual career, or as a foundation for individual educational progression. Higher Certificate in Business The College policy is to work with small class sizes, allowing us to focus on the individual students and their learning needs. We have a strong commitment to providing appropriate individual support to students on their educational journey. Duration: This programme is run over a 2 year period on a fulltime or part-time basis Entry Requirements: The Higher Certificate in Business is open to all those with a leaving certificate standard of education. The programme can be accessed through the CAO or directly through the college Those with relevant experience will also be considered through APL/ RPL. Non CAO applicants are also required to complete a short interview. All applicants are expected to be fluent and competent in both written and spoken English. For overseas applications students will have to provide certification of competency in English indicating a minimum score of 5.5 IELTS or equivalent Assessment: The programme has been designed to enable learners to demonstrate their academic and reflective learning in appropriate ways. The assessment strategy accommodates different learning styles and therefore the programme assesses learners using a range of practical assignments, essays, learning journals, examinations, reflective exercises and projects. Teaching and Learning Approach: The course uses both classroom based and blended learning techniques. This allows the learner to access classes in person or using on-line facilities. In certain modules attendance in person may be a requirement. Further Information: Admissions Office Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences, Walton House, Lonsdale Road, National Technology Park, Castletroy, Limerick Telephone: Website: Visit us on Facebook 9

11 Higher Certificate in Business Introduction to Third Level Studies Year 1 Year 2 Organisational Behaviour Introduction to IT Applications Microeconomics Financial Accounting 1 Management Accounting 1 Contemporary Business Management Financial Accounting 2 Principles of Marketing Business Applications Technology Business Law Total Customer Care Higher Certificate in Business Business Mathematics & Statistics Communications and Personal Development in a Business Environment Macro Economics Management Accounting 2 Academic Progression: Graduates who successfully complete this programme may pursue a range of degree programmes (level 7 on NFQ) at ICHAS or other colleges and universities in both Ireland and abroad. Awarding Body: QQI - NFQ Level: 6 CAO Code: : CI006 Registration Fees: Please refer to for further information on fees. Career Opportunities: This Higher Certificate in Business offers graduates a range of employment options both nationally and internationally. These include areas such as marketing, sales, operations, information technology, finance and general management and consumer psychology. ICHAS Providing Affordable and Flexible Education for all 10

12 Irish College of Humanities & Applied Sciences B.A (Hons) in Counselling and Psychotherapy Programme Overview: B.A (Hons) in Counselling and Psychotherapy The B.A. (Hons) in Counselling & Psychotherapy allows graduates to work in a wide range of employment situations, either as skilled psychological therapists or utilising the competencies gained on the programme in areas such as human resources and industry as well as within a range of public services. Those with qualifications at an Honours level (Level 8 on the NFQ) may work in rewarding and challenging environments, being qualified to support vulnerable individuals, working in areas such as addiction and mental health to help people achieve their full potential. These opportunities can be expected to continue to expand as society and government policies embrace the value of these approaches in supporting people to make life choices or help them deal with specific problems. The importance of honours degree level education in counselling and psychotherapy has been clearly signalled by the re-affirmation of Government in its commitment to introduce statutory regulation for counselling and psychotherapy and that the minimum qualifications required for registration as a counsellor or psychotherapist will be a QQI qualification or equivalent at Level 8. All students are required to complete 200 hours of supervised direct client work. Students have the option of completing Personal Psychotherapeutic Experience which allows them to work towards their professional accreditation. Duration: This programme is run over a 4 year period Entry Requirements: The B.A. Hons in Counselling and Psychotherapy is open to those with a leaving certificate standard of education. The programme can be accessed through the CAO or directly through the college. Those with relevant experience will also be considered through APL/RPL. Non CAO applicants are also required to complete a short interview. All applicants are expected to be fluent and competent in both written and spoken English. For overseas applications students will have to provide certification of competency in English indicating a minimum score of 5.5 IELTS or equivilent. Assessment: The programme has been designed to enable learners to demonstrate their academic and reflective learning in appropriate ways. The assessment strategy accommodates different learning styles and therefore the programme assesses learners using a range of practical assignments, essays, learning journals, examinations, reflective exercises and projects. Teaching and Learning Approach: The course uses both classroom based and blended learning techniques. This allows the learner to access classes in person or using on-line facilities. In certain modules attendance in person may be a requirement. Further Information: Admissions Office Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences, Walton House, Lonsdale Road, National Technology Park, Castletroy, Limerick Telephone: Website: Visit us on Facebook 11

13 B.A. (Hons) in Counselling and Psychotherapy B.A. (Hons) in Counselling and Psychotherapy Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Ethics & Professional Issues Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practices 1 Theoretical Perspectives in Counselling & Psychotherapy Human Development Research and Inquiry for Counselling & Psychotherapy Theoretical Perspectives in Therapeutic Engagement in Practice The Mental Health Continuum Introduction to Personal Development Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practices 2 Elective Psychopathology Group Facilitation Bereavement, Loss & Grief Principles & Practice of Group Therapy Cultural Issues in Professional Practice Theory of Psychological & Psychometric Assessment Simulated Experiential Learning Psychodynamic Approaches in Interpersonal Practice Humanistic Approaches in Interpersonal Practice Personal Development & Self Caring Practices Application of Psychological and Psychometric Assessment Integrative Approaches in Interpersonal Practice Family & Systems Theory Cognitive Behavioural Approaches in Interpersonal Practice Theory/Practice Integration Facilitating Personal Development Contemporary Discourses in Counselling & Psychotherapy Practice Stress and Anxiety Related Disorders Advanced Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practice Final Year Project Applied Practice Elective Module (One to be Taken) Academic Progression: Graduates who successfully complete this programme may pursue a range of Masters programmes (level 9 on NFQ) at ICHAS or other colleges and universities in both Ireland and abroad. Awarding Body: QQI - NFQ Level: 8 CAO Code: CI101 Registration Fees: Please refer to for further information on fees. Career Opportunities: Graduates of the B.A(Hons) in Counselling and Psychotherapy can be found working in organisations areas such as private and public residential and non-residential youth and adult centres, schools, colleges, hospitals and of course, in private practice. The Government has committed to increased funding of mental health initiatives as part of the national counselling service. For many the opportunity to work in private practice as a professional Counsellor is hugely important. ICHAS Providing Affordable and Flexible Education for all 12

14 Irish College of Humanities & Applied Sciences B.A in Counselling Skills and Psychotherapy Studies B.A. in Counselling Skills and Psychotherapy Studies Programme Overview: The roles and career opportunities for Counsellors and Psychotherapists in Ireland has grown significantly. Graduates from this programme work in a wide range of employment situations, either as skilled psychological therapists or utilising the competencies gained on the programme in areas such as human resources and industry as well as within a range of public services. Those with qualifications at a Bachelors level (Level 7 on the NFQ) may work in rewarding and challenging environments, being qualified to support vulnerable individuals, working in areas such as addiction and mental health to help people achieve their full potential. These opportunities can be expected to continue to expand as society and government policies embrace the value of these approaches in supporting people to make life choices or help them deal with specific problems. The importance of degree level education in counselling and psychotherapy has been clearly signalled by the re-affirmation of Government in its commitment to introduce statutory regulation of counselling and psychotherapy and that the minimum qualifications required for registration as a counsellor or psychotherapist will be a QQI qualification or equivalent. All students are required to complete 100 hours of supervised direct client work. Students have the option of completing Personal Psychotherapeutic Experience which allows them to work towards their professional accreditation. Duration: This programme is run over a 3 year period on a fulltime or part-time basis Entry Requirements: The B.A in Counselling Skills and Psychotherapy Studies is open to all those with a leaving certificate standard of education. The programme can be accessed through the CAO or directly through the college. Those with relevant experience will also be considered through APL/ RPL. Non CAO applicants are also required to complete a short interview. All applicants are expected to be fluent and competent in both written and spoken English. For overseas applications students will have to provide certification of competency in English indicating a minimum score of 5.5 IELTS or equivalent. Assessment: The programme has been designed to enable learners to demonstrate their academic and reflective learning in appropriate ways. The assessment strategy accommodates different learning styles and therefore the programme assesses learners using a range of practical assignments, essays, learning journals, examinations, reflective exercises and projects. Teaching and Learning Approach: The course uses both classroom based and blended learning techniques. This allows the learner to access classes in person or using on-line facilities. In certain modules attendance in person may be a requirement. Further Information: Admissions Office Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences, Walton House, Lonsdale Road, National Technology Park, Castletroy, Limerick Telephone: Website: Visit us on Facebook 13

15 B.A in Counselling Skills and Psychotherapy Studies B.A in Counselling Skills and Psychotherapy Studies Ethics & Professional Issues Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practices 1 Theoretical Perspectives in Counselling & Psychotherapy Human Development Research and Inquiry for Counselling & Psychotherapy Theoretical Perspectives in Therapeutic Engagement in Practice The Mental Health Continuum Introduction to Personal Development Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practices 2 Group Facilitation Cultural Issues in Professional Practice Theory of Psychological & Psychometric Assessment Simulated Experiential Learning Psychodynamic Approaches in Interpersonal Practice Humanistic Approaches in Interpersonal Practice Personal Development & Self Caring Practices Elective Bereavement, Loss & Grief Application of Psychological and Psychometric Assessment Integrative Approaches in Interpersonal Practice Family & Systems Theory Cognitive Behavioural Approaches in Interpersonal Practice Theory/Practice Integration Facilitating Personal Development Academic Progression: Graduates who successfully complete this programme may pursue a range of Honours degree programmes (level 8 on NFQ) at ICHAS or other colleges and universities in both Ireland and abroad. Awarding Body: QQI - NFQ Level: 7 CAO Code: CI001 Registration Fees: Please refer to for further information on fees. Career Opportunities: Graduates of the B.A. in Counselling Skills and Psychotherapy Studies can be found working in a wide variety of organisations areas such as private and public residential and non-residential addiction treatment centres, schools, colleges, youth services, prison services, hospitals and of course, in private practice. Opportunities also exist working with many disparate groups, including but not limited to young people, women at risk of domestic violence, the elderly and those with mental health issues. ICHAS Providing Affordable and Flexible Education for all 14

16 Irish College of Humanities & Applied Sciences B.A (Hons) in Counselling and Youth Studies Programme Overview: B.A (Hons) in Counselling and Youth Studies Having both academic and professional skills at degree level in youth studies together with specialised skills in counselling provides graduates with a distinct employment advantages across a wide range of employment areas. The range of competencies required to work with young people have also expanded with a degree standard of education necessary. Providing exceptional support for students, the programme is led and delivered by lecturers who have extensive experience and practical knowledge of the skills required to work professionally in the area. This 4 year degree programme is awarded by QQI and will support students to become advanced professional practitioners in a manner that is highly interactive and dynamic. The College focuses on the individual and their learning needs, with a strong commitment to providing appropriate individual support to students on their educational journey. The College policy is to work with small class sizes, allowing us to focus on the individual students and their learning needs. We have a strong commitment to providing appropriate individual support to students on their educational journey. All students are required to complete 200 hours of supervised direct client work. Students have the option of completing Personal Psychotherapeutic Experience which allows them to work towards their professional accreditation. Duration: This programme is run over a 4 year period on a fulltime or part-time basis Entry Requirements: The B.A Hons in Counselling and Youth Studies is open to all those with a leaving certificate standard of education. The programme can be accessed through the CAO or directly through the college. Those with relevant experience will also be considered through APL/ RPL. Non CAO applicants are also required to complete a short interview. All applicants are expected to be fluent and competent in both written and spoken English. For overseas applications students will have to provide certification of competency in English indicating a minimum score of 5.5 IELTS oor equivalent. Assessment: The programme has been designed to enable learners to demonstrate their academic and reflective learning in appropriate ways. The assessment strategy accommodates different learning styles and therefore the programme assesses learners using a range of practical assignments, essays, learning journals, examinations, reflective exercises and projects. Teaching and Learning Approach: The course uses both classroom based and blended learning techniques. This allows the learner to access classes in person or using on-line facilities. In certain modules attendance in person may be a requirement. Further Information: Admissions Office Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences, Walton House, Lonsdale Road, National Technology Park, Castletroy, Limerick Telephone: Website: Visit us on Facebook 15

17 B.A (Hons) in Counselling and Youth Studies B.A (Hons) in Counselling and Youth Studies Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Ethics & Professional Issues Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practices 1 Theoretical Perspectives in Counselling & Psychotherapy Human Development Research and Inquiry for Counselling & Psychotherapy Theoretical Perspectives in Therapeutic Engagement in Practice The Mental Health Continuum Introduction to Personal Development Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practices 2 Elective Psychopathology Group Facilitation Bereavement, Loss & Grief Principles & Practice of Group Therapy Cultural Issues in Professional Practice Theory of Psychological & Psychometric Assessment Simulated Experiential Learning Conceptual Framework for Youth Work Socio Cultural Aspects of Youth Development Personal Development & Self Caring Practices Application of Psychological and Psychometric Assessment Leading and Managing in Youth Work Family & Systems Theory Social Deviance and Youth Theory/Practice Integration Facilitating Personal Development Contemporary Discourses in Professional Youth Work Youth Work Mediums Advanced Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practice Final Year Project Applied Practice Elective Module (One to be Taken) Academic Progression: Graduates who successfully complete this programme may pursue a range of Masters programmes (level 9 on NFQ) at ICHAS or other colleges and universities in both Ireland and abroad. Awarding Body: QQI - NFQ Level: 8 CAO Code: CI107 Registration Fees: Please refer to for further information on fees. Career Opportunities: Those who have completed this course work in a variety of different employments including work within the public sector with children and teenagers at risk, graduates also work in a variety of youth settings, addiction and adult counselling careers and some also work within the education sectors. Employment opportunities in this area have continued to grow both nationally and internationally with new areas for employment continuing to come on stream ICHAS Providing Affordable and Flexible Education for all 16

18 B.A in Counselling Skills and Youth Studies Irish College of Humanities & Applied Sciences B.A in Counselling Skills and Youth Studies Programme Overview: Practitioners working with young people are frequently required to be competent in the use of counselling skills. The range of competencies required to work with young people have also expanded with a degree standard of education now a requirement. Having both academic and professional skills at degree level in youth studies together with specialised skill in counselling provides graduates with a distinct employment advantages across a wide range of employment areas. Providing exceptional support for students the programme is led and delivered by lecturers who have extensive experience and practical knowledge of the skills required to work professionally in the area. This 3 year degree programme is awarded by QQI and will support students to become advanced professional practitioners in a manner that is highly interactive and dynamic. The College focuses on the individual and their learning needs, with a strong commitment to providing appropriate individual support to students on their educational journey. The College policy is to work with small class sizes, allowing us to focus on the individual students and their learning needs. We have a strong commitment to providing appropriate individual support to students on their educational journey. All students are required to complete 100 hours of supervised direct client work. Students have the option of completing Personal Psychotherapeutic Experience which allows them to work towards their professional accreditation. Duration: This programme is run over a 3 year period on a fulltime or part-time basis Entry Requirements: The B.A in Counselling Skills and Youth Studies is open to all those with a leaving certificate standard of education. The programme can be accessed through the CAO or directly through the college. Those with relevant experience will also be considered through APL/ RPL. Non CAO applicants are also required to complete a short interview. All applicants are expected to be fluent and competent in both written and spoken English. For overseas applications students will have to provide certification of competency in English indicating a minimum score of 5.5 IELTS or equivalent. Assessment: The programme has been designed to enable learners to demonstrate their academic and reflective learning in appropriate ways. The assessment strategy accommodates different learning styles and therefore the programme assesses learners using a range of practical assignments, essays, learning journals, examinations, reflective exercises and projects. Teaching and Learning Approach: The course uses both classroom based and blended learning techniques. This allows the learner to access classes in person or using on-line facilities. In certain modules attendance in person may be a requirement. Further Information: Admissions Office Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences, Walton House, Lonsdale Road, National Technology Park, Castletroy, Limerick Telephone: Website: Visit us on Facebook 17

19 B.A in Counselling Skills and Youth Studies Ethics & Professional Issues Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practices 2 Elective B.A in Counselling Skills and Youth Studies Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practices 1 Theoretical Perspectives in Counselling & Psychotherapy Human Development Research and Inquiry for Counselling & Psychotherapy Theoretical Perspectives in Therapeutic Engagement in Practice The Mental Health Continuum Introduction to Personal Development Group Facilitation Cultural Issues in Professional Practice Theory of Psychological & Psychometric Assessment Simulated Experiential Learning Conceptual Framework for Youth Work Socio Cultural Aspects of Youth Development Personal Development & Self Caring Practices Bereavement, Loss & Grief Application of Psychological and Psychometric Assessment Leading and Managing in Youth Work Family & Systems Theory Social Deviance and Youth Theory/Practice Integration Facilitating Personal Development Academic Progression: Graduates who successfully complete this programme may pursue a range of Honours degree programmes (level 8 on NFQ) at ICHAS or other colleges and universities in both Ireland and abroad. Awarding Body: QQI - NFQ Level: 7 CAO Code: CI005 Registration Fees: Please refer to for further information on fees. Career Opportunities: Those who have completed this course work in a variety of different employments including work within the public sector with children and teenagers at risk, graduates also work in a variety of youth settings; addiction and adult counselling careers and some also work within the education and justice sectors. Employment opportunities in this area have continued to grow both nationally and internationally with new areas for employment continuing to come on stream ICHAS Providing Affordable and Flexible Education for all 18

20 Irish College of Humanities & Applied Sciences B.A. (Hons) in Counselling & Addiction Studies Programme Overview: B.A. (Hons) in Counselling & Addiction Studies Addiction affects all areas of our society at all levels and its effects on individuals, families and society in general can be devastating. Having trained professionals in this area as part of our national strategy to reduce addiction and support those who are striving towards recovery and their families is a core part of health and social strategy. In areas such as youth service provision and community welfare provision, those with these specific skills in addiction work are becoming more and more in demand. Many organisation s are now recognising the need to have employees with these skills as part of their service provision. Over the period of 4 years, the programme builds to develop competent professionals in counselling and addiction. The lecturing team on the programme are themselves leading professionals in the area of addiction services. All students are required to complete 200 hours of supervised direct client work. Students have the option of completing Personal Psychotherapeutic Experience which allows them to work towards their professional accreditation. Duration: This programme is run over a 4 year period on a fulltime or part-time basis Entry Requirements: The B.A. Hons in Counselling and Addiction Studies is open to all those with a leaving certificate standard of education. The programme can be accessed through the CAO or directly through the college. Those with relevant experience will also be considered through APL/ RPL. Non CAO applicants are also required to complete a short interview. All applicants are expected to be fluent and competent in both written and spoken English. For overseas applications students will have to provide certification of competency in English indicating a minimum score of 5.5 IELTS or equivalent. Assessment: The programme has been designed to enable learners to demonstrate their academic and reflective learning in appropriate ways. The assessment strategy accommodates different learning styles and therefore the programme assesses learners using a range of practical assignments, essays, learning journals, examinations, reflective exercises and projects. Teaching and Learning Approach: The course uses both classroom based and blended learning techniques. This allows the learner to access classes in person or using on-line facilities. In certain modules attendance in person may be a requirement. Further Information: Admissions Office Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences, Walton House, Lonsdale Road, National Technology Park, Castletroy, Limerick Telephone: Website: Visit us on Facebook 19

21 B.A. (Hons) in Counselling & Addiction Studies B.A. (Hons) in Counselling & Addiction Studies Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Ethics & Professional Issues Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practices 1 Theoretical Perspectives in Counselling & Psychotherapy Human Development Research and Inquiry for Counselling & Psychotherapy Theoretical Perspectives in Therapeutic Engagement in Practice The Mental Health Continuum Introduction to Personal Development Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practices 2 Elective Psychopathology Group Facilitation Bereavement, Loss & Grief Principles & Practice of Group Therapy Cultural Issues in Professional Practice Theory of Psychological & Psychometric Assessment Simulated Experiential Learning Theoretical Aspects of Addiction Bio-Physiological Aspects of Addiction Personal Development & Self Caring Practices Application of Psychological and Psychometric Assessment Prevention & Health Promotion Approaches in Addiction Family & Systems Theory Intervention Modalities in Addiction Theory/Practice Integration Facilitating Personal Development Contemporary Discourses in Counselling and Addiction Studies Managing Process and Behavioural Addictions Advanced Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practice Final Year Project Applied Practice Elective Module (One to be Taken) Academic Progression: Graduates who successfully complete this programme may pursue a range of Masters programmes (level 9 on NFQ) at ICHAS or other colleges and universities in both Ireland and abroad. Awarding Body: QQI - NFQ Level: 8 CAO Code: CI108 Registration Fees: Please refer to for further information on fees. Career Opportunities: Whether working in health or in the range of addiction services or youth services or in private practice in Ireland, many different opportunities exist for graduates of this programme. ICHAS Providing Affordable and Flexible Education for all 20

22 Irish College of Humanities & Applied Sciences B.A. in Counselling Skills & Addiction Studies B.A. in Counselling Skills & Addiction Studies Programme Overview: Addiction affects all areas of our society at all levels and its effects on individuals, families and society in general can be devastating. Having trained professionals in this area as part our national strategy to reduce addiction and supporting those who are striving towards recovery and their families is a core part of health and social strategy. In areas such as youth service provision and community welfare provision, those with these specific skills in addiction work are becoming more and more in demand. Many organisation s are now recognising the need to have employees with these skills as part of their service provision. Over the period of 3 years, the programme builds to develop competent professionals in counselling and addiction. The lecturing team on the programme are themselves leading professionals in the area of addiction services. The College policy is to work with small class sizes, allowing us to focus on the individual students and their learning needs. We have a strong commitment to providing appropriate individual support to students on their educational journey. All students are required to complete 100 hours of supervised direct client work. Students have the option of completing Personal Psychotherapeutic Experience which allows them to work towards their professional accreditation. Duration: This programme is run over a 3 year period on a fulltime or part-time basis Entry Requirements: The B.A in Counselling Skills and Addiction Studies is open to all those with a leaving certificate standard of education. The programme can be accessed through the CAO or directly through the college. Those with relevant experience will also be considered through APL/ RPL. Non CAO applicants are also required to complete a short interview. All applicants are expected to be fluent and competent in both written and spoken English. For overseas applications students will have to provide certification of competency in English indicating a minimum score of 5.5 IELTS or equivalent. Assessment: The programme has been designed to enable learners to demonstrate their academic and reflective learning in appropriate ways. The assessment strategy accommodates different learning styles and therefore the programme assesses learners using a range of practical assignments, essays, learning journals, examinations, reflective exercises and projects. Teaching and Learning Approach: The course uses both classroom based and blended learning techniques. This allows the learner to access classes in person or using on-line facilities. In certain modules attendance in person may be a requirement. Further Information: Admissions Office Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences, Walton House, Lonsdale Road, National Technology Park, Castletroy, Limerick Telephone: Website: Visit us on Facebook 21

23 B.A. in Counselling Skills & Addiction Studies B.A. in Counselling Skills & Addiction Studies Ethics & Professional Issues Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practices 1 Theoretical Perspectives in Counselling & Psychotherapy Human Development Research and Inquiry for Counselling & Psychotherapy Theoretical Perspectives in Therapeutic Engagement in Practice Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practices 2 Group Facilitation Cultural Issues in Professional Practice Theory of Psychological & Psychometric Assessment Simulated Experiential Learning Theoretical Aspects of Addiction Elective Bereavement, Loss & Grief Application of Psychological and Psychometric Assessment Theoretical Aspects of Addiction Family & Systems Theory Bio-Physiological Aspects of Addiction The Mental Health Continuum Bio-Physiological Aspects of Addiction Theory/Practice Integration Introduction to Personal Development Personal Development & Self Caring Practices Facilitating Personal Development Academic Progression: Graduates who successfully complete this programme may pursue a range of degree programmes (level 8 on NFQ) at ICHAS or other colleges and universities in both Ireland and abroad. Awarding Body: QQI - NFQ Level: 7 CAO Code: CI002 Registration Fees: Please refer to for further information on fees. Career Opportunities: Working as a specialised addiction counsellor in Ireland is a recognised profession. Whether working within health or in the range of addiction services or youth services or in private practice in Ireland, many different opportunities exist for graduates. ICHAS Providing Affordable and Flexible Education for all 22

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