Polymer Processing

ATU - Sligo Campuses


Course Name Polymer Processing
Course Provider ATU - Sligo Campuses
Alternative Provider(s) ATU - Atlantic Technological University
Course Code 104780 (Assigned by Qualifax. Not an official code)
Course Type Lifelong Learning
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Degree - Honours Bachelor (Level 8 NFQ)  More info... Major Atlantic Technological University Level 8 NFQ
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Attendance Options Part time, Flexible, Online or Distance, Blended
Location (Districts) Ballinode
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment ATU sligo online has two intakes per year, the main one being in September with a smaller listing of programmes for January.

For confirmation on start dates check www.itsligo.ie/online
Application Date

Expand+Applications for online programmes are accepted on the atu sligo website.

All programmes advertised will run subject to sufficient student numbers.

ATU sligo online has two intakes per year, the main one being in September with a smaller ...

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Expand+2 years part-time

Delivery Method: Online

On-Campus Attendance
No attendance required. All practical elements are completed online through simulation.

Most of our online courses have about 2-3 hours of live lectures per week (but this can...

Course Fee Total Fees: €8,400
Entry Requirements Level 7 BEng in Polymer Processing, Polymer Engineering or a related discipline.
Course Content

Expand+Use of polymers for a variety of engineering, medical-device, pharmaceutical, and general consumer applications continues to grow. With this is a continuous impact on the environment. The honours degree in Polymer Processing (Level 8) continues on fr...

Subjects Taught Semester 1
Quality Management 05
Statistics 05
Statistical Process Control 05
Energy and Utilities Management 401 05
Advanced Polymer Processing and Analysis 05

Semester 2
Experimental Design 05
Polymer Recycling 10
Project Thesis 402 10

Semester 3
Injection Mould Design 10
Number of Credits 60
Careers or Further Progression

Expand+Career Opportunities
Typically, graduates will be employed in polymer processing in the engineering, medical device, pharmaceutical or materials recycling sector. Successful graduates from this programme may apply for the Masters degree (Level 9) in...

Further Enquiries Further Information
Course Co-ordinator:
David Mulligan

Online Student Advisor
Natalie McNulty
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