This programme focuses on enhancing students’ knowledge, skills and competencies associated with the concepts of digital transformation and the evolution of the smart factory in the life science sector.
Designed and developed in conjunction with Microsoft, students will research the current and future trends in life science manufacturing; the application and impact of greater use of technology, data analysis and visualisation on current performance;
the impact on organisations and their levels of maturity to complete such transformations as well as ethical and corporate social responsibilities associated with such changes.
- Advanced Manufacturing in the Smart Factory
- Business Case Development
- Quality Management in a Digital Age
- Big Data Acquisition and Management
- Operational Excellence - Lean Sigma 4.0
- Analysis of Big Data
- Data Visualisation and Storytelling
Click 'Course Outline' above for full module description
On completion of this programme, graduates will have the opportunity to progress their career within life science organisations that are transforming their processes and leading the digital transformation movement to integrate data, new technologies,
data analytics, improved ways of working and improved support processes.
Click 'Career Path' above for a list of potential roles within the Life Sciences industry
This Postgraduate Diploma is suited to those from a science, manufacturing, quality, computation, engineering or a related discipline who wish to gain the skills and competencies associated with the concepts of industry 4.0 digital transformation and
the evolution of the smart factory in the life science sector.
What does Industry 4.0 mean to people & skills?
This course is flexibly designed to suit the needs of those in employment. Lectures are a blend of online, distance and 2 Saturdays per month in Dublin. This unique new course is delivered by industry professionals ensuring you receive
the most up-to-date and relevant skills to help you advance your career in the life sciences sector.
With extensive input and participation from the pharmaceutical and medical device sectors, this course is ideal for those involved in manufacturing, compliance, business improvement, quality assurance, data analytics and engineering.
All classes are broadcast live using an online training platform, offering the learners the opportunity to either physically attend or join the class online. All classes are recorded also allowing learners the opportunity to view later and support
revision. Students are required to attend the campus on two Saturdays a month (subject to COVID-19 restrictions).
Accreditation: QQI MSc in Digital Transformation (Life Sciences)
Awarding body: Griffith College Dublin
Next Intake: February 2022
Designed and developed in conjunction with Microsoft