IT Sligo President Professor Terri Scott, Head of the School of Humanities Terry Young and IT Sligo Registrar Dr. Brendan McCormack at a recent graduation of Humanities students.
The School of Business & Humanities at IT Sligo:
The Department of Humanities at IT Sligo:
The Department of Humanities at the Institute of Technology, Sligo is host to a number of Programmes such as Custodial Care, Applied Social Studies in Social Care, Advocacy and Early Childhood Studies. Subjects taught on these programmes include Criminology, Human Rights, Sociology, Social Policy, Equality and Diversity, Community and Social Capital, Development Studies, Crime and Deviance, Youth Justice, Research Methods, Professional Studies and Creative Studies.
The Department of Humanities has become a Centre for Research in the following areas:
Criminology, Sociology, Restorative Justice, Penology, Sustainable Justice, Environmental Justice, Social Movements, Social Policy, Community Studies, Cultural Studies, Identity Studies and Professionalisation.
The Head of the Department of Humanities is Dr. Perry Share, co-editor of A Sociology of Ireland, Ireland of the Illusions and Applied Social Studies: An Introduction
email firstname.lastname@example.org ; phone 071915 5340
Custodial Care at IT Sligo
IT Sligo hosts Ireland's only Custodial Care Programme. It is the only such programme for Recruit Officers in Europe. Students currently achieve the Higher Certificate in Custodial Care, and will in future be able to achieve a BA in Custodial and Justice Studies at Level 7 & 8. The Programme Manager for the Custodial Care Programme is Mr. Fergus Timmons MA, email email@example.com Mr. Timmons is co-ordinating a display of prisoner art at the Conference