Mechatronic Engineering / Innealtóireacht Mheicitreonach

Course Title: Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Mechatronic Engineering

Bachelor of Engineering in Mechatronics/Mechatronic Engineering (NFQ Level 7) or equivalent qualification.

Mechatronic Engineering is a multi-disciplinary integrated approach to product design and development that has become a key enabling resource for gaining competitive edge in the modern manufacturing era. Consequently, it has had a significant influence in the nature of engineering education and training worldwide. As an emerging engineering discipline, Mechatronic Engineering integrates precision mechanical engineering, control theory, computer science and electronics as applicable to:

  • product design process, for creation of more functional and adaptable products
  • process control and automation
  • quality control/management
  • system efficiency enhancement, including ergonomics

TU815 Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Mechatronics (NFQ level 8) is therefore targeted towards those working in the above areas and allied industry, who have already achieved the award of Bachelor of Engineering in Mechatronics (NFQ level 7) or equivalent engineering qualification.

IT Requirements:

A HIGH spec is recommended (i.e. able to run Win 10, design packages such as Solid Works etc. should be able to run comfortably i.e. needs high RAM, larger SSD, Graphics acceleration, etc.). A Windows machine is required. Apple Macs are not recommended due to software package installation requirements.  

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Employment opportunities exist in (among other key industries):

  • Precision Manufacturing
  • Manufacturing automation
  • Instrumentation technology and machine tools
  • Smart electrical appliances
  • Medical devices industries incorporating sensors, control and machine vision
  • Microprocessor and computer technology
  • Pharmaceutical industries
  • Automotive manufacturing industries
  • Industrial robotics

Graduates of this course will be proficient to work on small and large scale Mechatronic Engineering projects in design, consultancy, project management, and service orientated tasks. The associated industry in Ireland recognises the substantive formation provided by engineering technician and technologists upskilling programmes in Mechatronics. Therefore, the course has so far enrolled students from the following Irish companies and industry partners:

  • Bord Gáis Energy/Bord Gáis Networks
  • Boston Scientific
  • Cameron Ireland Ltd
  • Dromone Engineering Ireland
  • EMC Ireland
  • Fingal County Council
  • Honeywell International Technologies
  • Intel Ireland Ltd
  • PM Group
  • Premier Periclase Ltd
  • Realtime Technologies Ltd.
  • Tokyo Electron Ireland Ltd
  • Vistakon Ireland

The course is delivered over 2 years in a Part-Time Mode. The subject areas covered include: Mathematics & Analytical Methods, Mechanics & Materials, Control Systems, Microcontroller/Embedded Systems, Software Engineering, Industrial Robotics & Vision Inspection, Industrial Networks & Distributed Systems, Advanced Computer Aided Design, Sustainable Energy Systems, and Enterprise Resources Management.

Project work is a unique and substantive element in the course, and is undertaken over three semesters. In such project work, students will synthesize the knowledge gained and skills developed in the course work, including project management skills, to develop viable project proposals, and implement such projects within the designated timeframes.

Year 1

  • Differential Equations and Numerical Methods
  • Control Systems
  • Software Engineering
  • Embedded Systems
  • Industrial Robotics & Vision Inspection
  • Design Project Part 1

Year 2

  • Enterprise Resource Management
  • Failure Mechanisms and Mechanical Vibrations
  • Industrial Networks and Distributed Systems
  • Design Project Part 2


  • Sustainable Energy Systems or Advanced Computer Aided Design

Year 1:

Monday 6-10pm; [Online]

Thursday 6-8pm [Online]

3 practical sessions per semester on Saturday's [On Campus] 


Year 2:

Monday 6-10pm [Online]

Wednesday 6-8pm [Online]

3 practical sessions per semester on Saturday's [On Campus] 

**Saturday practical day dates to be advised in Week 1**

**Please note that class timetables and modes of delivery are indicative and may be subject to change, depending on public health advice**


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Graduates of this course may progress on to TU202R Master of Engineering in Internet of Things Technologies

TU Code



Level 8


Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)


2 years

Course Type


Mode of Study

Part Time

Method of Delivery

Classroom, Online

Commencement Date

September 2022




€3,950 per year

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