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It would be possible to become a physics teacher having completed this degree, but it would require an additional teaching qualification. If however you studied on the Science Education degree programme, you could be a fully qualified physics teacher at the end of the 4 year degree.
GCB is an excellent degree that gives our students a strong basic understanding of cellular biolgy with an emphasis on genetics, molecular biology, immunology and bioinformatics skills. As with our other degree programs there is a particlar emphasis on hands-on lab skills, not just theory. This includes a work placement for 6 months in semester 3 of third year which gives students an opportunity to experience the application of their knowledge in a real-world working environment.
Graduates go in all different routes- Nutrition, Strength and Conditioning, Health Professionals, Physiotherapy, Pyschology (to name a few). Both are very enjoyable with many different subject areas to get experience in. A lot of practical based work too which is . In your year 3 you go on Intra (work placement) which gives you an opportunity to see what a working environment is really like. In your final year year will complete a thesis (large project) in an area that interests you the most. The course page will give you a full breakdwon of all four years of both ATT and SSH.
A lot of students coming to do Sports Sience and Health will only have one Science subject i.e would not have done Chemistry or Physics coming in so it would be manageable it if you attend all the lectures and get familiar with the concepts and terms used in year one. However you do need an OC3 or HD3 in ONE science subject.
They attend a small number of the same modules (particularly in Year 1) however they are largely separate. You can see the full list of modules (subjects) thought on the ATT and SSH programmes to further compare.
Yes, a lot of people choose to go to the UK to do it for example. In the UK its anythwere from 16-24 months to complete. Having a Sports Science degree and a masters in Physiotherapy would be great to have on the CV in securing employment too.
It would be possible to become a physics teacher having completed this degree, but it would require an additional teaching qualification. If however you studied on the Science Education(DC203) degree programme, you could be a fully qualified Physics teacher at the end of the 4 year degree.
All students who successfully complete first year will be offered a place on the second year of one of the science programmes listed below:
Analytical Science (DC161) (www.dcu.ie/DC161)
Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences (DC162) (www.dcu.ie/DC162)
Environmental Science and Health (DC166) (www.dcu.ie/DC166)
Physics with Astronomy (DC167) (www.dcu.ie/DC167)
Applied Physics (DC171) (www.dcu.ie/DC171)
Physics with Biomedical Sciences (DC173) (www.dcu.ie/DC173)
Biotechnology (DC181) (www.dcu.ie/DC181)
Genetics and Cell Biology (DC168) (www.dcu.ie/DC168)
See full details on the course page