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The common first year in this programme covers maths, mechanics, engineering drawing and technology, physics, chemistry, laboratory work, computing and German.
Students then specialise in either building services engineering, mechanical engineering, manufacturing engineering, or structural engineering. The course is considered demanding and involves an intensive workload, with very high standards set by the lecturers.
Careers or Further Progression...
Leads to career as professional engineer (Civil, Mechanical, Structural, Building Services, Manufacturing) in industry or commerce or in local government or as consultant in private practice.
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Louise Lynch is a Structural Engineer with ESB International. She did Preliminary Engineering in DIT Bolton St. (1 yr, Introductory Course) and then went on to do the Honours Degree in Structural Engineering there. She loves the travel associated with her job. ESB International has work in many locations including South Africa, Spain and Vietnam.