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Faculty of Applied Science, Engineering and Technology


Heads of Faculty Mr. Paschal Meehan B.Eng (Hons), EEP, FTC


Ms. Maria Kyne


B.E., M.Eng.Sc, H.Dip (Ed.), C.Eng, FIEI


For further information contact


The Faculty Office Tel: 061 293261 / 061 293858 Email: ASET@LIT.ie


The Faculty of Applied Science, Engineering and Technology comprises five academic departments:


• Department of Applied Science • Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering • Department of Mechanical and Automobile Engineering • Department of the Built Environment • Department of Information Technology


The Faculty has over 2,500 full-time students, a considerable evening continuing education programme and also delivers block release courses to over 230 apprentices in the trades of electrician, carpentry and joinery, motor mechanic and mechanical fitter.


The Faculty provides a very wide and diverse range of programmes to our community from Music Technology and Production to Agricultural Mechanisation to Pharmaceutical and Forensic Analysis to Civil Engineering to Quantity Surveying and Multimedia Computing. The academic level of our programmes ranges from Higher Certificates (Level 6), to Ordinary Degrees, Honours Degrees, Masters Degrees and on to PhD (Level 10)


We are constantly monitoring the quality and relevance of all of our programmes of study and developing new programmes to meet the demand of students and industry. Programmes are recognised by the relevant professional bodies including Engineers Ireland, Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland, the Chartered Institute of Building and others. Details of programmes are provided under each Department section of this brochure.


Research is very active within the Faculty and we are very proud of our activities to date. Research active groups within the Faculty are successful in leading and co-ordinating international research and gaining research funding.


Our ambition as a Faculty is to continue to be at the forefront of new technological developments, to design new and innovative programmes and to support our local and national industry and commercial sector. In particular, the Faculty of Applied Science, Engineering and Technology is committed to developing and applying new and innovative active learning strategies to enhance and improve the learning experience of our student community and to provide students with the knowledge, skills and competencies to contribute actively to their chosen profession.


We welcome students who wish to graduate as professionals in the Science, Engineering, Information Technology and Built Environment industries and who wish to participate actively in the academic, sporting and social life of the Institute.


Undergraduate Prospectus 2017/2018


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