Industrial Engineering

College of Engineering & Informatics,
School of Engineering and Informatics

Course overview

Admission to a research degree is at the discretion of the potential supervisor and is based on a proposal from the applicant following discussions with the member of staff whose academic area of interest is most appropriate.

Programmes available

PhD (Industrial Engineering), part-time
MEngSc (Industrial Engineering), full-time
MEngSc (Industrial Engineering), part-time
MApplSc (Industrial Engineering), full-time
MApplSc (Industrial Engineering), part-time
ME (Industrial Engineering), part-time

Entry requirements

PhD—high Honours standard in the primary degree.
MEngSc—Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) or equivalent, at Second Class Honours Grade One level or above.
MApplSc—Honours degree from a recognised university or third level college or a Pass degree with at least three years relevant experience.
ME—Bachelor of Engineering degree and have proven engineering or research experience in a position of considerable responsibility.

Areas of interest

  • Ergonomics; human factors aspects of manufacturing/ integrated management systems; computer aided ergonomics. Integration of ergonomics; health and safety; quality and environment.
  • Quality management systems; environmental management systems; safety management systems; operations management.
  • Enterprise modelling; product and process development; innovation management.
  • Logistics, operations strategy, and business operations.
  • Statistical techniques of production and process control; process accreditation.

Researcher profiles

Contact Us

Ms. Mary Hardiman
T +353 91 492 223

PAC code

PhD (part-time) GYF25
MEngSc (full-time) GYF26
MEngSc (part-time) GYF27
MApplSc (full-time) GYF28
MApplSc (part-time) GYF29
ME (part-time) GYF31

Fees for this course

EU: €4,529 p.a. 2016/17

Non-EU: €13,750 p.a. 2016/17

Ph.D. EU Full time programme:  €4,529 p.a.

Ph.D. EU Part time programme:  €2,320 p.a.

How to Apply

How to Apply