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There is a common first year which includes courses in economics, management, political science, sociology and mathematics/statistics. There is a choice of specialisation in marketing, international business, finance, or people organisations, which is made in the second year.
Careers or Further Progression...
Course is broad and can lead to careers in Administration, Accounting, Business Finance, Insurance, Taxation, Education and Training.
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Aoife McDermott works as a lecturer in Human Resource Management in Dublin City University. Having graduated with a BESS from Trinity College, she continued to complete a PhD and took the opportunity to join DCU at the time it entered into significant expansion.
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Shauna Greely works as a Chartered Accountant. with Ulster Bank. She holds a Business, Economics & Social Studies degree from Trinity College. She was offered a position as a trainee Chartered Accountant with KPMG. While in KPMG she did many audits of manufacturing, retail and distribution companies and was on the audit team for a small bank, which made her realise that she wanted to work in Banking once she qualified.