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Engineering Modules for Year 4


Due to the changing nature of covid regulations the assessment and delivery portion of modules may change. Any changes will be communicated to you by the module coordinators.

Choose your stream to see your required modules.

Biomedical Engineering

Module Choices

Modules are 5 ECTS unless indicated otherwise.

Footnotes:

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    • For students exiting with the BAI degree

The availability of modules (or combinations of modules) is subject to Discipline resources, timetabling constraints and student numbers.

Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering

Module Choices

Modules are 5 ECTS unless indicated otherwise.

Footnotes:

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    • For students not taking part in CEU44E04 Engineering Project Internship

The availability of modules (or combinations of modules) is subject to Discipline resources, timetabling constraints and student numbers.

Computer Engineering

Module Choices

Modules are 5 ECTS unless indicated otherwise.

Footnotes:

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    • For students not taking CSU44E04 Engineering Project Internship

The availability of modules (or combinations of modules) is subject to Discipline resources, timetabling constraints and student numbers.

Electronic and Computer Engineering

Module Choices

Modules are 5 ECTS unless indicated otherwise.

Footnotes:

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    • For students not taking EEU/CSU44E04 Engineering Project Internship

The availability of modules (or combinations of modules) is subject to Discipline resources, timetabling constraints and student numbers.

Electronic Engineering

Module Choices

Modules are 5 ECTS unless indicated otherwise.

Footnotes:

  • *
    • For students not taking EEU44E04 Engineering Project Internship

The availability of modules (or combinations of modules) is subject to Discipline resources, timetabling constraints and student numbers.

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

Module Choices

Modules are 5 ECTS unless indicated otherwise.

Footnotes:

  • *
    • For students exiting with the BAI degree

The availability of modules (or combinations of modules) is subject to Discipline resources, timetabling constraints and student numbers.

Course Information

Students are afforded the opportunity to further specialise in optional modules offered by each of the Engineering streams in their Senior Sophister year. Many of the modules are single-term courses. This provides flexibility and encourages increased specialist knowledge whilst ensuring graduates are ready to meet the challenges of the outside world.

Eligibility for Internship and Study Abroad

In order to be eligible to apply for an international exchange in the Senior Sophister year or to apply for the 4E4 Industrial Partnership/Internship module in the second semester of the Senior Sophister year, students must have a minimum grade of II.1 (60 – 69%) at the first sitting of the Junior Sophister Engineering examinations. Those required to sit supplemental Junior Sophister Engineering examinations will be deemed ineligible to apply. No exceptions to this rule will be considered.

Study abroad opportunities can be viewed here.

Senior Sophister projects

Students must take a final year project if they intend on leaving after the fourth year and they are not taking the 4E4 Internship.

Eligibility to proceed to MAI year

Students must achieve a minimum overall mark of 60% for the combined Junior Sophister and Senior Sophister years (on a 30:70 basis) at the annual session of the B.A.I. degree year in order to be eligible to proceed to the MAI year.

MAI projects

Students will be sent a list of available MAI projects at the end of the Senior Sophister year and asked to rank their preferences from 1 to 10. The allocation is made based on a student's Junior Sophister ranking.

2021 - 2022 MAI Project Presentation

Degree awards

Students who exit the course having obtained credit for years one to four of the course are entitled to the degrees of BA and BAI. Students who continue on to the MAI year and obtain credit for all five years of the course are entitled to the degrees of BA and MAI (St.).