Engineering - Geotechnical / Structural Engineering - Sligo
Who should apply?
This programme provides a means for graduate engineers to meet the educational requirement for Chartered Engineer membership of Engineers Ireland, while at the same time developing advanced skills in Geotechnical and Structural Engineering. The programme is also attractive to experienced Civil Engineers who are seeking to move from a different area of expertise into the Geotechnical and /or Structural Engineering domains
Geotechnical Engineering I
Soil - Structure Interaction
Design of Building Structures
Geotechnical Engineering II
Design of Bridge Structures
MEng Research Thesis
The minimum entry requirements are a second class honours (2.2) award in a professionally accredited (Engineers Ireland Chartered Engineer with further learning or equivalent) Honours degree (Level 8) in Civil or Structural Engineering.
2 / 3 years part-time, online.
It is recommended that you should try to allow for 5-6 hours per week per 5-credit module to your studies.
Two on campus workshop days per semester. Attendance is optional. The workshops are broadcast live and are also recorded.