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Dundalk Institute of Technology

Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Engineering (Common Entry)

Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Engineering (Common Entry) Regular Class
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Students who choose this 4-Year Honours Degree Engineering programme will experience a common first year which will ensure a broad learning experience and allow them to make an informed decision regarding their choice of engineering discipline at the end of Year 1. 

The first year places an emphasis on practical activities to ensure that you are well prepared to enter one of the possible 3 options of Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Systems or Civil Engineering.

In year 1, broad engineering modules such as computing, CAD, mathematics, mechanics and materials will be covered as well as a number of practical engineering modules to give a flavour of each discipline.

Honours Degree in Mechanical Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering is required by every industry sector. Graduates must be adaptable and familiar with cutting edge technology. Careers include product design, aerospace, energy, transport, renewable systems, pharmaceuticals, food processing, machine design and research. 

Honours Degree in Electrical Engineering 

Electronic and Electrical Engineers work in a broad and exciting engineering field that includes renewable energy, power, product design, telecommunications, IT, manufacturing, food processing, pharmaceuticals, medical, transport, automation, control, building services, petrochemicals and research. This course aims to produce well-rounded engineers with a high level of analytical and engineering design skills and was designed in collaboration with industry to meet the strong demand for engineering graduates in this sector for current and future needs. 

Honours Degree in Civil Engineering 

Civil engineering is about protecting, creating and improving our everyday environment. It involves the planning, design and construction of facilities that we require for living, for industry and for transport. Roads, bridges, harbours, buildings, railway, airports, water supply, drainage, wastewater treatment systems, dams, flood management and sustainable energy schemes such as wind farms, ocean energy or hydroelectric stations. Infrastructure on which civilization depends upon to function now and in to the future. 

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