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BEng Engineering with Business Management

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  • Objectives
    Engineering graduates who move into areas such as accountancy, marketing and business finance will find a sound knowledge of the principles of management to be a distinct advantage. This programme contains modules from the other engineering programmes, together with specialised modules in management which make up one quarter of the programme.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements -International Baccalaureate 34 points overall including HL6 in English and History -Irish Leaving Certificate A1 A1 B1 B1 B2 B2 at Higher level including grade B1 in English or History -European Baccalaureate 80% overall inc 80% in English or History -USA: Advanced Placement Tests Three AP subjects with 544 including English or History at grade 5 -Australia: Tertiary Entrance Ranking 95+ Tertiary Entrance Ranking, or an OP of band 4 for Queensland
  • Academic Title
    BEng Engineering with Business Management
  • Course description
    BEng Engineering with Business Management


    Year 1

    -Computer Engineering I
    -Engineering Labs I
    -Engineering Mathematics IA
    -Engineering Mathematics IB
    -Engineering Skills and Culture
    -Fundamentals of Electricity
    -Fundamentals of Mechanics
    -Linear Circuits

    Year 2

    -Applied Mechanics I
    -Computer Engineering II
    -Engineering Mathematics II
    -Microprocessor Systems
    -Organisational Behaviour

    Year 3

    -Individual Project
    -Control Systems
    -Engineering Design
    -Industrial Business Management
    -Business Strategy
    -Human Resources Management

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