Graduates will extend their engineering skills and technical knowledge to work in partnership with healthcare clinicians and other medical experts, acquiring grounding in the culture and ethics of the healthcare profession. This is a new programme with a novel cross-institutional approach, sharing modules in Dublin City University, the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland and Maynooth University..
This is a 1 year full time course. Module themes include medical sciences, Biomedical Engineering, advanced control theory, computer vision, healthcare ethics, law, risk management and signal modelling and compression.
Duration: 1 year Full-time
The Electronic Engineering Department offers a structured Research Masters programme in Electronic Engineering. The objective of this programme is to produce high quality graduates with the skills and advanced engineering knowledge to operate as independent researchers and take on leadership roles in research and development both in academia and in industry. Our structured approach to postgraduate education provides students with an excellent foundation in a variety of technical areas that are targeted towards the research area of the student combined with training in research, communication and business skills. We will also encourage engagement with the global research community, in academia and industry, through research visits, internships and attending conferences.
Research applications are generally accepted at any time
September (or other agreed time)
Students complete a thesis on a significant body of research and take a minimum of 10 credits in taught modules from the Structured MSc programme. (at least 5 in generic/transferable modules and at least 5 in subject specific/advanced specialist modules)
Modules can be completed at any stage of the programme. Students must complete a module in the semester they wish to be assessed. Each module can only be taken once in the programme and credit cannot be achieved for completing the same material in 2 different modules.
Duration: 2 years Full-time, 3 years Part-time