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Electrical Engineering – BEng (Hons)

TUS’s Electrical Engineering degree is a nationally accredited and internationally recognised programme that provides a comprehensive study of electrical principles, practices and applications. This programme provides graduates with the key skills necessary to perform roles in several industry disciplines, including power systems operation and protection, maintenance and commissioning of control and automation systems. This programme includes practical and project-based learning in well-equipped modern laboratories in a broad-based curriculum with strong practical content. The programme includes practical and projectbased learning in well-equipped modern laboratories and builds the practical aptitude of the learners.

Course Code: US900

Duration: 4 Years

CAO Points: 351*

Mechanical Engineering – BEng (Hons)

This honours degree programme has been designed to provide students with a broad understanding of Mechanical Engineering. Mechanical Engineers are involved with almost every aspect of our daily lives, innovating and designing machines from computers to power generators to medical equipment. This programme focuses on the practical aspects of Mechanical Engineering, such as Computer Aided Design, Engineering Processes and Maintenance, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Plant Engineering, Instruments and Control, etc. Mechanical Engineers apply sophisticated computer based tools and equipment such as Computer Aided Design (CAD), robotics and computer controlled manufacturing systems to aid the quality and speed of machinery production.

Course Code: US911

Duration: 4 Years

CAO Points: 381*

Precision Engineering – BEng (Hons)

Precision engineering is involved with the design, manufacturing and measurement of highly specified parts for the medical, aerospace, automotive, oil and gas exploration and related industry.

Students learn how to work effectively with both manual and CNC machines to produce parts from an initial design to a final product. Parts are designed using CAD systems to develop solutions to engineering problems and when completed the accuracy will measure specialised measurement equipment such as co-ordinate measuring machines (CMM).

Students will work as individuals and in groups on a variety of industrial standard engineering projects.

Course Code: US914

Duration: 4 Years

CAO Points: 261*

Renewable & Electrical Energy Engineering – BEng (Hons)

The EU and Ireland have set very ambitious targets for renewable energy and energy efficiency. The outcome of the COP21 Climate Change Agreement in Paris may lead to more aggressive energy targets. Meeting these targets will need huge investment in energy production, distribution, monitoring and control systems. This will create jobs for people with the right skills. This programme covers all the technologies needed to produce energy and in particular electrical energy from renewable sources, to monitor and control energy systems and to connect them to the electricity grid. It is a mixture of theory and practical hands-on learning in all aspects of Renewable Energy Technology, electrical technology and automated monitoring and control systems.

Course Code: US901

Duration: 4 Years

CAO Points: 357*

Industrial Automation and Robotic Systems – BEng (Hons)

This is a multidisciplinary four-year engineering programme. It has an excellent graduate employment rate and provides graduates with a range of practical skills and competences in areas such as: Electro-Mechanical, Electronics, PLCs, SCADA, Control and Instrumentation, Industrial Networks, Data Modelling, Motion Control, Robotics and Software Engineering. Modern automated production lines will involve data exchange, cyber-physical systems, the Internet of Things and cloud computing. It is this advancement that requires a programme such as Industrial Automation & Robotic Systems to develop and ensure that technicians and engineers leave the programme with skills and competences that allow them to design, commission, debug and repair intelligent machines, including industrial robots and flexible manufacturing systems.

Course Code: US902

Duration: 4 Years

CAO Points: 309*

Electronic Engineering with Computer Systems – BEng (Hons)

The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Electronic Engineering with Computer Systems is a four-year engineering programme that provides graduates with a range of practical skills and competences in the areas of hardware development and validation, product software development, embedded systems and digital communications – all highly relevant skillsets for the innovative Electronic Engineer. The programme starts off with basic analogue and digital circuits and programming and progresses towards the development of modern day intelligent circuits and systems. It includes practical and project-based learning and professional development in well-equipped modern laboratories. The wide scope of this programme gives you many possible career paths and allows you to develop your strengths for future employment.

Course Code: US903

Duration: 4 Years

CAO Points: 329*

Automotive Engineering & Transport Management – BEng (Hons)

This programme is a mix of engineering, technological and management skills specifically related to the automotive engineering and transport management sectors.

Students will be exposed to concepts and ideas that will allow them to develop the necessary competencies to launch a career in the automotive engineering and the Freight Transport, Distribution and Logistics (FTDL) and Passenger Transport sector.

Course Code: US915

Duration: 4 Years

CAO Points: 357*

Civil Engineering Management – BSc (Hons)

The programme is designed in partnership with industry and uniquely merges civil engineering with management skills. It provides graduates with the knowledge, skills and techniques used in civil engineering management. The programme is a four year sandwich: two years full-time study, one year of practical work experience (or equivalent) and a final year of full-time study.

Graduates will be able to manage the construction and maintenance of infrastructural developments. Such work would include bridges, marine works, tunnels, motorways, railways, airfields and environmental projects including water and waste water systems, pipelines, waste management and residential, commercial and industrial buildings.

Course Code: US886

Duration: 4 Years

CAO Points: 308*