Automotive Technology and Management (BSc) (Level 7)
Field of Study
Automotive Technology and Management
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Application Closing Date:
3 Years (6 Semesters)
For admission to a programme, standard applicants must
• score the necessary CAO points and
• meet the minimum entry requirements
Leaving Certificate in five subjects i.e. Grade O6 or H7 in five subjects
The five subjects must include Mathematics, and either English or Irish.
Students are encouraged to work in the industry during their summer vacations. Those who progress to the Honours degree are required to complete a minimum of six weeks work placement.
Leaving Cert Subjects:
Helpful subjects are Engineering, Physics, and Business.
Motor vehicle technology and the motor industry in general have undergone dramatic changes in recent times. Technological advances have made vehicles more efficient, more environmentally friendly, and safer, whilst at the same time strict standards are being enforced by manufacturers, distributors and retailers. The motor and transport industries require highly qualified people at supervisory and management level. This course is designed to take account of these advances and it prepares graduates for employment within such a dynamic industry.
Degree holders who achieve the specified level of academic performance are eligible to apply for entry to the Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Transport Management.
Process, Energy and Transport Engineering
DATES FOR YOUR DIARY - OPEN DAYS 2017
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About the Course
CR046 Course Location: CIT Bishopstown Campus
The course has a unique combination of theoretical and applied areas of study in conjunction with relevant business subjects. In short, the course provides the basis for a successful career within the motor and transport industries.
The course is taught through a combination of lectures, practical work and assignments related to practical aspects, e.g. motor vehicle technology, garage practice, automobile electronics, advanced diagnostics, CAD/vehicle design, etc.
Work placement is incorporated for those who progress to the Honours Degree.
Degree holders having reached the specified academic standards are eligible to apply for progression into the BSc (Honours) in Transport Management.
Can I become a motor mechanic from the course?
No, to become a motor mechanic requires registration with Solas and completing an apprenticeship.
Is there work placement in Ireland or abroad during the course?
Work placement is incorporated for those who progress to the BSc (Honours) in Transport Management (Level 8) programme.
Is it possible to obtain a Higher Certificate award after two years?
Students who successfully complete Year 2 of this programme and do not wish to progress to Year 3 will receive the Higher Certificate in Engineering in Automobile Technology.
Fleet Business Specialist
“Following my graduation, I immediately gained employment with Ford Ireland where I am currently working as a Fleet Business Specialist. My responsibilities involve liaising with high profile fleet clients on a daily basis, overseeing the fleet maintenance system and conducting dealer audits.
The knowledge I gained during the course gave me the required skills needed to work for a leading manufacturer in a fast paced environment.”
Transport Logistics: Inventory & Systems Controller
“After graduating in 2014, I secured employment with Lucey Transport, a leading Irish Logistics company. The degree course gave me the analytical skills necessary for my role in Lucey Transport which involves managing inventory and logistics systems effectively.
The degree provides the basis for a solid career path in the Transport and Logistics areas.”
Full details of the modules on this programme of study are available by clicking the following links:
This Degree provides varied and rewarding career opportunities in many types of enterprise throughout the industry ranging from motor dealerships to vehicle manufacturing and transport companies. Employment opportunities include supervisory, management and technical positions within sales and after-sales sectors of the motor, transport, and fleet industries. The Degree lends itself towards a career within vehicle distributors/manufacturers along with vehicle assessing. Business start-up opportunities are also possible.
Potential Areas of Employment
- Motor Dealerships: Sales and After-Sales Departments
- Transport and Logistics Companies
- Motor Vehicle Distributor Organisations
- Motor Vehicle Assessors
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