It’s never been a better time to enroll in a modular course from Galway Business School!
The Quantitative Methods course is a highly practical module. The course will introduce you to key concepts of quantitative methods and quantitative research. You’ll acquire an understanding of the most common quantitative methods you’re likely to use or come across in business applications.
31st January 2022
Continuous Assessment & Exam
National Framework of Qualifications Level 6
IELTS Level 6.0 or equivalent
GBS & Quality and Qualifications Ireland
Quantitative methods emphasize objective measurements and the statistical, mathematical, or numerical analysis of data collected through polls, questionnaires, and surveys, or by manipulating pre-existing statistical data using computational techniques.
The module will incorporate different types of quantitative study and address issues such as:
You’ll learn how to use a spreadsheet together with VBA and basic Python to solve business related problems. The course also gives you an understanding and appreciation of the power of statistical packages like Excel in executing some of the techniques covered.
This module is aimed at everyone interested in developing their ICT skills. The short semester module course is ideal for students who are looking to develop their transferable skills for the workplace.
Quantitative methods are one of the most appropriate courses for those who want to work on quantitative method in the future or working currently.
If you wish to review or to get the basics in quantitative methods, this is the right course you. If you are a beginner in quantitative methodology, this course lays a solid foundation in terms of key aspects like research design, sampling, measurements and ethics. For those who are working, it provides very good opportunity to review the methods being used and to explore the possible new enterprises in the field of quantitative methods and techniques.
On successful completion of this module, you’ll be able to:
The quantitative methods online course will involve a combination of lectures regarding the theoretical components of the module, with practical demonstration and applications. Furthermore, the module is complemented by assignments that give you the extra depth so you can learn to great extent about the nuts and bolts of effective quantitative methods. In learning the use of applications, you’ll engage in practical work in class and outside of class hours.
Because it’s a first-year module, the theory part is pertinent to an entry level course and you’ll spend time solving related problems.
This course is greatly complemented by our Computer Applications modular course, also available for applying under the Springboard scheme.
“I can't fault it. A very productive and pleasant experience for me. I have learnt many new skills throughout the course and It has boosted my analytical mind. The subjects covered will be very useful for me upon commencing further education in September. This is a very well thought out course from administration across to the lecture itself. I highly recommend.” Lily, Quantitative Methods certificate course student.
You’ll learn a job-relevant skill that you can use in today’s challenging job market.
The module will address some of the key recommendations on future skills needed in the ICT area. Our main goal is to provide a focused response to employment issues arising from the COVID-19 crisis and to increase the employment prospects of our graduates. This module provides the opportunity for you to gain important ICT skills which are vital for competitiveness and employability in any sector.
The Quantitative Methods module is part of our Bachelor of Business Level 7 degree.
This module is an 18-week part-time programme and it’s delivered part time in a flexible manner through blended or online learning to allow people to gain important skills without taking a considerable period away from the labour market and family life.
Part-time classes will typically run once per week for 1 hour and here is a breakdown of the total hours.
Classroom and demonstrations
Directed e-learning (hours)
Independent learning (hours)
Total effort (hours)
The course does not presume any previous knowledge of quantitative methods.
You will be asked to provide the following documents at the application stage:
After completing this module, you can begin to pursue a possible career with the business sector. If you would like to further your academic career, you can choose to continue your studies through our Bachelor of Business programme. Students would be exempted from this module within the degree course.
At Galway Business School, you'll experience a friendly and welcoming student-centred learning environment with a commitment to supporting you as you embark upon a lifelong learning journey. Our expert lecturers will mentor and guide you through the skills, knowledge and practical work experience to achieve your goals.