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This programme prepares graduates for employment as a Civil Engineer. This course is a blend of formal lectures, practical classes and projects designed to allow students to apply what they learn to typical civil engineering applications. The early part of the course is primarily concerned with developing a good understanding of the underlying science and technology of engineering. Students are then introduced to core civil engineering areas: structural, hydraulic, geotechnical, water and wastewater engineering. Written and verbal communication skills are continuously developed through presentations and technical writing.

Civil Engineering - SG342

This programme is a four-year full-time course. It is accredited by Engineers Ireland, and partially meets the educational requirements for Chartered Engineer. The overall focus of the course is the development of skills in core civil engineering areas, including structures, geotechnical engineering, materials, hydraulics and environmental engineering. This is supplemented with modules in communication, personal development, highway and transportation engineering and project management.

Civil Engineering - SG338

This course is a blend of formal lectures, practicals to enhance understanding of topics and projects to apply the information learned to typical civil engineering applications. At the end of this course, graduates will have the skills demanded by employers in a resurgent construction industry in Ireland, while recognition of the qualification around the world provides graduates with a varied array of international opportunities.