L7 BEng in Manufacturing Engineering (60 Credits)

Bachelor of EngineeringManufacturing Engineering

Part Time
Cork Road
2 years
28 Aug 20

With ongoing social distancing regulations likely to continue in place into the academic year 2020/21 WIT is reviewing delivery modes of part-time courses for the coming year. This may mean a change from the typical course delivery schedule

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What is the BEng in Manufacturing Engineering Course?

This is a two-year add-on degree course designed to enable participants to obtain a deeper understanding of the technologies and processes involved in a manufacturing environment with particular emphasis on the automation and control of machines and processes.  The course topics include robotics, programmable logic controllers, engineering design, mechatronics, operations management and project.



BEng in Manufacturing Engineering (60 credits, Level 7)


€220 per 5 credit module, €1,320 per annum

Cost if eligible for bursary scheme

€165 per 5 credit, €990 per annum


Course assessment is comprised of a combination of examinations and ongoing continuous assessment work.  Exams are scheduled to take place at the end of each semester.

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In order to facilitate the delivery of programmes during the Covid-19 pandemic, module outline and order may change slightly for the academic year 2020/2021.

Year 1
Semester 1Semester 2
Engineering Design ProcessManuf Eng Project Specification
Differential EquationsOperations Management
Mechatronics 1Process Qual & Software Contr
Year 2
Semester 3Semester 4
Robotics and Material HandlingNew Products & Manufacturing Tech
Manuf Eng Project ImplementationDynamics and Control
Mechatronics 2Engineering Design Operations
Please note that the above module schedule is subject to change.

Applicants should have successfully completed a Higher Certificate in Engineering in one of

the following disciplines:

• Manufacturing Engineering

• Mechanical Engineering

• Production Engineering

• Industrial Engineering

• Any qualification considered equivalent by the course board.

Graduates of this course may progress onto the BSc (Hons) in Manufacturing Engineering and then onto further postgraduate qualifications.

Graduates from this course may find employment in fields such as:

• Process Engineers

• Production Engineers

• Automation Specialists

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