Rigorously trained, creative, researchers and graduates are vital for achieving a knowledge-based, sustainable future.
UCD College of Engineering, Mathematical and Physical Sciences is a key player in this future. The College includes seven Schools: Architecture, Landscape and Civil Engineering; Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering; Computer Science and Informatics; Electrical, Electronic and Mechanical Engineering; Geological Sciences; Mathematical Sciences and the School of Physics, comprising one of Ireland's largest groupings of research expertise with exciting new work across a wide range of topics. Details of recent research may be found on the individual School websites.
The College produces high-quality leading edge research with an international profile.
The College promotes interdisciplinary research and teaching both between schools and Colleges in UCD, and with other institutions within Ireland and abroad.
The College carries out research, training and technology transfer in collaboration with Industry
Our programmes are constantly developing to reflect our changing environment; offering students and researchers diverse and exciting opportunities. In 2005 UCD introduced modularisation for all first year students. Under this new curriculum - 'UCD Horizons' - students have the opportunity to shape their own degree and consequently, their future. The full list of CAO options is:
DN100 Honours Bachelor Degree: Architecture
DN120 Honours Bachelor Degree: Landscape Architecture
DN140 Honours Bachelor Degree: Structural Engineering
DN150 Honours Bachelor Degree: Engineering
DN200 Honours Bachelor Degree: Science
DN201 Honours Bachelor Degree: Computer Science
DN210 Honours Bachelor Degree: Archaeology & Geology
DN230 Honours Bachelor Degree: Actuarial & Financial Studies
There are approximately 196 permanent academic staff, 45 technical staff members and 41 administrative staff as well as two student advisors in the College together with part-time colleagues, all of whom join me in welcoming you to UCD College of Engineering, Mathematical and Physical Sciences.
Professor Nick Quirke
UCD College of Engineering, Mathematical and Physical Sciences