Bachelor of Science in Engineering Studies in Ireland

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Engineering Studies

A BSc (Bachelor of Science) is an academic degree that combines general coursework with specialized classes that prepare students with the knowledge and skills to begin a career. A degree can be earned in a variety of subjects and takes an average of four years to complete.

 

The field of engineering is one which uses mathematics, science and creativity in ways that result in inventions that improve the daily routines of people from all walks of life and in all professional fields.

Ireland is an island to the north-west of continental Europe. It is the third-largest island in Europe and the twentieth-largest island on Earth. To its east is the larger island of Great Britain, from which it is separated by the Irish Sea.

Top BScs in Engineering Studies in Ireland 2017/2018

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BSc in Civil Engineering Management (Honours)

Limerick Institute of Technology
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Ireland Limerick

The programme is designed in partnership with industry and uniquely merges civil engineering with management skills [+]

Best BSc Degrees in Engineering Studies in Ireland 2017/2018. What is the programme about? 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 needed to work 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 including bridges, marine works, tunnels, motorways, railways, airfields, etc and environmental projects including water and waste water systems, pipelines, waste management and residential, commercial and industrial buildings. Who is the programme suited to? ​The programme is suited to students from second level and mature students who wish to work in the construction and civil engineering industry in Ireland or abroad mainly in a management capacity. Top 3 Reasons 1. This programme meets the academic requirements for membership of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) 2. Award provides pathway to Professional Body membership 3. Programme has applied for Teaching Council Approval Class Contact Hours 20 hours per week Entry Requirement Leaving Certificate: A minimum of 2 Honours and 4 Passes in six Leaving Certificate subjects, including Mathematics and English/Irish. Contact us for more information. Accredited by: CIOB [-]

Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Electrical Technology - BN039

Institute of Technology Blanchardstown
Campus Full time September 2017 Ireland Dublin

It has been proven that the production and use of energy has a significant effect on the earth’s climate and needs to be addressed. [+]

Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Electrical  Technology - BN039

It has been proven that the production and use of energy has a significant effect on the earth’s climate and needs to be addressed. The European Commission and Irish Government have committed themselves to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and have highlighted two key areas that will contribute to meeting their targets:

An increase in the use of renewable electrical technologies such as wind, solar, wave, hydro etc. An increase in energy efficiency within existing buildings.

Sustainable electrical technologies are those that can be used for an indefinite period without damaging the environment, or without depleting natural resources. Sustainable electrical technicians are involved in the design, installation and maintenance of electrical and control systems in the construction and manufacturing sectors. The aim of the course is to produce technicians that will operate in a sustainable manner in their careers to ensure that maximum energy efficiency is achieved through the use of renewable technologies and energy management techniques. In doing so, graduates will play an important role in addressing the issues of climate change.... [-]