BE/MEng in Civil Engineering
NFQ Level 8 major Award Honours Bachelor Degree
Entry Route: Engineering (Common Entry) - LM116
This course will be particularly attractive to you if you are interested in the application of scientific and technical knowledge to the solution of real world problems.
Why Study Civil Engineering at UL?
The Civil Engineering programme at UL is fully accredited by Engineers Ireland and uses a student-centered approach to teaching, using techniques such as problem based learning and active learning. In year one (common entry programme), you will develop your ability to work as part of a team, to plan and present, to undertake research and to apply your knowledge.
Entry route to Civil Engineering at UL is via LM116 Engineering Common Entry.
Civil engineering is a broad field of engineering dealing with the design, planning, construction and maintenance of fixed structures or public works as they are related to earth, water, or civilization and their processes. Most civil engineering today deals with structures, roads, bridges, railways, water supply, transportation and traffic, waste water, protection of the environment, flood control and power plants.
Three short videos describing the programme are available at www.ul.ie/civileng