The new BSc in Additive Manufacturing degree is designed to allow people currently working in an additive manufacturing to upskill in the advanced additive manufacturing applications across a multiple industry sectors including Med-Tech, Bio-Pharma, Aerospace, Agri-Tech and Precision Engineering.
The degree has been developed by the SETU Waterford led AMASE (Additive Manufacturing Advancing the South East) funded under the Irish Government’s Human Capital Initiative and in partnership with SETU Carlow and our industry partners.
Along with the BSc in Additive Manufacturing (60 credits at level 7), the AMASE team have developed an integrated suite of shorter awards:
- Certificate in Introduction to Additive Manufacturing – 10 credits
- Certificate in Design for Additive Manufacturing – 10 credits
- Certificate in Additive Manufacturing Health & Safety and Regulatory Affairs – 10 credits
- Certificate in Additive Manufacturing Lab Technologies & Post Processing – 10 credits