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Engineering Reliability Management

Course Title: Bachelor of Engineering Technology in Engineering Reliability Management

A Level 6 qualification and/or equivalent Industry experience in a related field.

All Companies face increasing pressure to cut costs and improve profitability as they strive to be successful in global markets. Good Maintenance & Reliability practices are key to this success as it contributes significantly to maximising asset life, minimising lifecycle costs, risk management, project management, financial management, safety, environmental & sustainability management, whilst staying focused on organisational goals.

Engineering Reliability Management allows graduates to work in a mechanical / manufacturing / electrical engineering maintenance & reliability environment in high-tech multi-national companies as well as traditional indigenous industries and public utilities.

Year 1
  • Condition Based Monitoring 1
  • Mechanical & Fluid Power Principles
  • Maintenance & Asset Management 1
  • Critical Utilities 1
  • Materials & Manufacturing Optimisation
  • CAD
  • Algebra 1
  • Calculus 1
  • Programmable Logic Control
  • Instrumentation
  • Electrical Service Plant
  • GMP for Cleanroom Environments
Year 2
  • Condition Based Monitoring 2
  • Metrology & Quality
  • RAMS/Maintenance & Asset Management 2
  • Critical Utilities 2
  • Mathematics 5
  • Business & Engineering Management
  • Mechatronics
  • Computerised Plant Maintenance
  • Electrical Facilities Maintenance
  • Project

2 Year Programme: One Full Day per week (10am – 9pm), Monday / Thursday, plus 6 hours online content per week.

Applications are now open. TU024 Application Form

Detailed information regarding the application process can be found on the part-time section of our website.

TU Code



Level 7




2 Years

Course Type


Mode of Study

Part Time

Method of Delivery


Commencement Date

September 2024


City Centre: Bolton Street

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Bolton Street


€4,140 Per Year

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James Lalor - Programme Chair

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Maeve Coyne - School Administrator, School of Mechanical & Design Engineering

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