Mechanical Engineering - Bolton Street
Course Title: Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering
What is... Mechanical Engineering?
This course is designed to provide mechanical engineering graduates, and graduates from closely-related engineering disciplines, with specialised skills and knowledge in mechanical engineering.
The course consists of 12 taught modules and a Research Project module. The course focuses on numerical simulation techniques for structural and fluid-flow analyses, renewable and sustainable energy technologies, and biomechanics while also offering modules on innovation and entrepreneurship.
The programme award is a Master of Engineering (ME) Degree, with an option to exit the course with a Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip). Graduates of the course will be ideally suited to engage in advanced mechanical engineering research, analysis, and design.
The course consists of 12 taught modules each worth five “European Credit Transfer System” (ECTS) credits and a Research Project module worth 30 ECTS credits, giving the programme a total ECTS credits value of 90.
The course modules are listed below:
ENTR1950: Entrepreneurship for Engineers
MECH9002: Innovation and Knowledge Management
MECH9003: Research Methods
STAT1950: Statistical Analysis for Engineers
MECH9019: Lean Operations & Continuous Improvement Systems
MECH9011: Finite Element Analysis
MECH9000: Multibody Dynamics
MECH9013: Computational Fluid Dynamics
MECH9014: Heat and Mass Transfer
MECH9015: Advanced Energy Engineering Economics
MECH9016: Renewable Energy Engineering
MECH9018: Research Project (30 ECTS)
Minimum Entry Requirements?
For acceptance onto the course an applicant must hold one of the following:
1. An honours bachelor degree, with a minimum attainment of second class honours grade 2, in mechanical engineering or a closely-related engineering discipline (e.g., manufacturing, chemical, energy etc.)
2. Any qualification(s) deemed by the TU Dublin as being equivalent to No. 1 above, when taken in conjunction with relevant work experience.
Note: Due to the considerable competition for our postgraduate courses, satisfying the minimum entry requirement is not a guarantee of a place. Depending on the course of study applications will be assessed based on your academic grades and may also take into account your work/life experience. Applicants may also be required to attend for interview for specific courses.
Applications for courses commencing in September 2024 will open in November 2023.
variety of assessment methods are used to assess the taught modules including assignments (group and individual), short tests, and formal examinations. The Research Project module is assessed using presentations and reports. End-of-semester formal examinations are held in December/January and May.
The programme consists of 12 taught modules each worth five "European Credit Transfer System" (ECTS) credits and a Research Project module worth 30 ECTS credits, giving the programme a total ECTS credits value of 90.
Mode of Study: Part Time
Method of Delivery: On-Campus
Part-time students typically complete the 12 taught modules and the Research Project module over two years. The student decides what modules he/she will complete each semester and year. The Research Project module cannot, however, be completed in the first year of study. Current part-time students are typically taking four taught modules in each of semesters 1 and 2 of year 1, and two taught modules in each of semesters 1 and 2 of year 2, and the Research Project module in year 2.
The Research Project module is completed over 12 months, from September to September.
Commencement Date: September 2024