Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Manufacturing Engineering DesignFour year, practical degree which prepares graduates to work as manufacturing engineers in local, national and international manufacturing and service industries
Discipline: Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
Location: Galway - Dublin Road
NFQ Level: 8
Programme Duration: Four years
Mode of Study: Full time
Application Route: Apply through the CAO
Entry Requirements: Minimum Leaving Certificate grade of O6/H7 in Mathematics, in addition to general entry requirements
CAO Round 1 Points: 300 (2020)
Manufacturing is the biggest employer in Irish industry.
Manufacturing organisations need people who can design, plan, automate and implement their manufacturing process, and oversee the smooth running and maintenance of their factories.
So, if you are a detail-oriented person, you enjoy working with people, and are analytical, you should consider a career in manufacturing engineering design.
The programme has a range of modules in quality, regulatory affairs and quality improvement methodologies for specialist Quality and Manufacturing Engineers who want to work in the biomedical sector.
Studying Manufacturing Engineering Design at GMIT
This new four-year degree has a very practical focus.
It prepares graduates to work as manufacturing design and quality engineers in local, national and international manufacturing and service industries.
This exciting new degree will provide the next generation of manufacturing specialists, innovators and efficiency experts.
They will be strategically prepared to take advantage of the opportunities available in the new High-Tech knowledge economy.
It is envisaged that the programme will be professionally accredited by Engineers Ireland.
This four-year degree is very practical and includes:
- Weekly lab classes
- Workshop practice
- Individual and group projects
- A full semester of Industry-based work experience
A typical week involves twenty-four hours of instruction.
- Manufacturing Design & Engineering
- Computer Aided Design (CAD)
- Industrial Design
- Lean Six Sigma
- Lean Engineering
- Operations Management
- Manufacturing Automation, robotics and smart manufacturing
- Project Management
- Energy Management
- Supply Chain Engineering
- Innovation and Enterprise
- Engineering in Business
You will learn about the latest software packages and leading-edge manufacturing equipment.
Graduates will be able to work in areas such as:
- Manufacturing Engineering
- Quality Engineering
- Production and Process Engineering
- Process improvement and Industrial Automation/Robotics
- Lean / Six Sigma Engineering
- Operations management, production planning and supply chain engineering
- Project management
- CAD / CAM and CNC Specialists
- Facilities, maintenance and safety
Some graduates may also become self-employed.
Padraig Audley lectures on this course.
He will be happy to help you.
Tel:: +353 (0)91 742138
Email: Padraig Audley