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Students study a common course for the first two years. Towards the end of the second year, students specialise in either civil, structural and environmental engineering, mechanical and manufacturing engineering, electronic engineering, or computer engineering. Students should be prepared to work very hard, especially in the first two years.
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Leads to career as professional engineer (civil, mechanical, structural, electronic, chemical, computer) in industry or commerce or in local government or as consultant in private practice.
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Marie O'Donovan studied Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering in Trinity College, which is a 4 year honors degree course. She is now working as an Environmental Officer for Roadstone Provinces Ltd., working in the south of the country. She has recently been involved in achieving company wide accreditation of the ISO 14001, an Environmental Management System.
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Engineer - Process
Kerrie works as a Process Engineer for Intel in their Leixlip manufacturing facility. She choose to study Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering at Trinity College, a course she highly recommends. After three and a half years working as a Mechanical Engineer, she took up her current position as Process Engineer.