Automation & Robotics - Athlone Campus

TUS - Athlone Campus


Course Name Automation & Robotics - Athlone Campus
Course Provider TUS - Athlone Campus
Alternative Provider(s) TUS - Technological University of the Shannon
Course Code 112514 (Assigned by Qualifax. Not an official code)
Course Type Higher Education Direct Entry
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Degree - Honours Bachelor (Level 8 NFQ)  More info... Major Technological University Dublin Level 8 NFQ
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Attendance Options Full time, Daytime
Location (Districts) Athlone
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment How to apply
Applications are made online between 1 February and 1 June. Contact the admissions department in Athlone for details.

*External students can transfer to add-on courses provided that their previous qualifications meet the entry requirements.
Qualification Letters BEng (Hons)
Duration 1 year add-on.
Entry Requirements Minimum Entry Requirements
Bachelor of Engineering in Automation and Robotics or Bachelor of Engineering in Mechatronics or a Level 7 qualification in a related discipline.
Course Content

Expand+What is this course about?
Work in bright, modern laboratories with the very latest in automation and robotic technology.
• Explore robotic cells and automation systems incorporating an array of sensors and vision systems.

• You will develop...

Subjects Taught What will I study?
Year 1: Final Year Project, Regulatory Compliance and Validation 4, Computer Aided Engineering Design and Analysis, Electrical Power Systems and Machines, Robotic Vision and Interaction, Enterprise Networks 4, Operations Management and Sustainability, Industrial Control 4, Manufacturing Automation, Connected Devices, Robotic Programming, Motion and Tooling.
Comment Other Information
• QQI FET/FETAC Applicants
• Work Placement in CAO entry Level 7 and Level 8
Careers or Further Progression What can I do after the course?
Graduates will find employment in the manufacturing sector generally, across a broad range of industries, such as the medical device, electronics, agricultural and pharmaceutical sectors. Typical jobs include automation engineering, faultfinding, robotic cell development and programming and process design. Working in multi-disciplinary team in a modern manufacturing environment awaits you.
Further Enquiries Cian Bregazzi-Nevin
Course Leader Polymer, Mechanical and Design
Tel: +353(0)90 64 41890