The aim of the programme is to provide industry with engineers with a high level of in-depth knowledge and expertise in a selected range of advanced topics in Electronic and Communications Engineering.
This programme is delivered through lectures, practical work, assignments and tutorials. Each student must complete six modules (below) and also complete an independent learning portfolio, that includes a project / dissertation and selected research essays. The programme will run in both full-time and part-time modes. When taken full-time (DT086) the programme can be completed in one year.
A minimum Second Class Honours degree (2.2 grade or higher) in Electronic, Computer or Communications Engineering or a related discipline. Applications from candidates with at least a second class honours degree in Applied Physics or other numerate degree, along with candidates with other 2.2 honours degress and suitable strong industrial experience may also be considered strictly on a case-by-case basis.
Recipient: Dublin Institute of Technology
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