Arts, Science and Inclusive Applied Practice is a course for people with Intellectual disabilities.
September 2016 will be the first time this course will run.
It will be run by the School of Education in Trinity College Dublin.
It is a 2 year full-time course and will run from September to April each year.
The fees for the course will be €3,000 per year.
The course is pending accreditation as a Level 5 Major Award.
Students will study modules across six interdisciplinary themes:
advanced learning theories and self-development: in this theme students will learn about different learning skills and how they can use these in College. They will also have occupational therapy groups and individual meetings.
applied research theories and practice: in this theme students will learn about research methods and will carry out their own research project.
applied science, technology and maths: in this theme students will learn about science, maths and health. There will be a focus on how they can use this knowledge in life outside college.
business and marketing: in this theme, students will learn about marketing strategies and how to create a business plan. They will also complete a work placement.
advocacy, rights and culture: in this theme, students will learn about human rights and learn the skills needed to advocate for their rights and the rights of others.
fine arts and languages: in this theme, students will learn about languages, art and poetry and will develop skills to express themselves.
To find out more about the course and the application process and deadlines, please visit https://www.tcd.ie/ciid/news/