Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Aided Engineering and Design , University of Limerick





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Published on Feb 19, 2010

Course Information: http://www.ul.ie/courses/LM074.html
Engineering is a broad discipline encompassing a wide range of skills and a wealth of knowledge. This programme has evolved from the well-established Mechanical Engineering course run at UL for more than 20 years. As technology has improved, the need for engineers to labour with complex mathematics to solve even quite simple problems has been largely replaced by sophisticated engineering analysis and design software on computers. It is still vitally important for the professional engineer to understand the fundamental concepts and be able to use mathematics to solve traditional problems. The emphasis of the course is initially to provide those all-important foundations and later to introduce students to the use of computers and applications packages to create products and solve problems efficiently and accurately.

Students are introduced to the use of computers to solve problems as early as first year and in second year learn to use advanced Solid Modelling software to design their first engineering components.This programme shares many common modules with Mechanical Engineering and fulfills all the requirements for the successful graduate to register as a Chartered Engineer at the appropriate time. The degree is fully accredited by Engineers Ireland (EI).

For further details, log on to www.mae.ul.ie

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