L8 BSc (Hons) in Manufacturing Engineering (60 Credits)

Bachelor of Science (Honours)Manufacturing Engineering

Part Time
Cork Road
2 years

Online applications for this programme are now closed.

If you wish to make an application or for further details please contact our Part Time student helpdesk [email protected] or 051 302040.

What is the BSc (Hons) in Manufacturing Engineering Course?

This is a two-year add-on honours degree course designed particularly for graduates of the BEng in Manufacturing Engineering. The course prepares students to work with the latest technologies associated with modern manufacturing practice placing particular emphasis on the use of computer systems to assist in product design, production planning, and operation control.  It also enables them to perform the various business-related functions required in a manufacturing firm together with their incorporation into an integrated computer system.


2 years, Tuesday and Thursday 7-10pm and alternate Saturdays 9.30am-1.30pm


BSc (Hons) in Manufacturing Engineering (60 credits, Level 8)


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

Cost if eligible for bursary scheme

€165 per 5 credit module, €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.

Year 1
Semester 1Semester 2
Embedded ProgrammingSustainable Manufacturing & Validation
Process Control Process Technology
Manufacturing Execution Systems/NetworkProject 1
Year 2
Semester 3Semester 4
Design for Manufacture & Additive ManufacturingLean & Six Sigma
Project 2Manufacturing Technology
Facility Simulation & ReliabilityOperations Strategy & Innovation

Applicants must have successfully completed the BEng in Engineering in Manufacturing Engineering or equivalent.

Graduates achieving an honours degree may progress onto the MSc in Innovative Technology.

Engineering – WD557 or similar postgraduate programmes in WIT or elsewhere.

Graduates of the BSc (Hons) in Manufacturing Engineering course have found employment

in the following areas:

• Process development and automation

• Plant specification

• Equipment commissioning

• Manufacturing and engineering management

• Resource planning

• Project control.

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