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LC285 Mechanical Engineering - BEng
  • Programme Code:
    LC285
    Course Level:
    Level 7
    Department:
    Mechanical & Automobile Engineering
    CAO Points:
    2017 236
    Duration:
    3 Years.
    Campus:
    Limerick (Moylish)
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    What is the programme about?
    This programme provides students with a broad understanding of Mechanical Engineering technology allowing students to enter the job market as an Associate Level Engineer or to pursue further education such as the Level 8 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Facilities) (Honours).
     
    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. The programme is taught with a practical, hands-on approach, giving students the skills needed for today’s employment market.
     

    Who is the programme suited to?
    ​If you are curious by nature and believe that you would enjoy working with complex machinery, then this programme is for you. You will learn how to build, repair, modify, design and fault-find modern mechanical systems and technologies. The programme has a significant amount of practical work involved and you will acquire excellent skills and knowledge.

    Top 3 Reasons
    1. Opportunity to progress your studies by ladder approach to LIT’s new Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Facilities Engineering or to continue your studies with another third-level institute in Ireland or abroad.
     
    2. Engineers Ireland (formally the IEI) will recognise your qualification from this programme for an Engineering Technician membership.
     
    3. This programme is taught with a practical, hands-on approach, giving you the skills and experience needed for today’s employment market.

    Class Contact Hours
    23 hours per week

 

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