Students have the option to specialize in one of five areas:
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- Image processing and analysis
- Semiconductor and plasma technology
- Advanced data networks
There are two entries to the program, in February and September, and flexible study options are provided. Due to scheduling of project deadlines, full-time students starting in September can complete the program in 12 months, while full-time students starting in February can complete the program in 18 months.
This program combines the expertise of electronic systems and telecommunications engineering into an up-to-date, industry-relevant modern program:
- Gain a systematic understanding of theory, concepts, and methods at the forefront of knowledge pertaining to selected topics chosen from a broad set within Electronic and Computer Engineering.
- To form a critical awareness of current, cutting-edge and current developments and research at the forefront of a variety of specialized areas in Electronic and Computer Engineering along with a knowledge and understanding of engineering practice, methods and techniques.
- Develop the ability to identify, formulate, analyze and solve engineering problems and integrate knowledge, manage complexity and make judgments related to electronic and IT.
- Allow more intensive exposure to industry-relevant modern technologies through optional specializations in Internet of Things (IoT), Nanotechnology, Processing and image analysis or advanced data networks.
Graduates will find opportunities in Irish and international high-tech industry positions, including:
- Research and Development Engineer
- Design Engineer
- production engineer
- Sales Engineer
- Management Engineer
- Software engineer
Graduates have been employed by companies such as: Google , Intel , Oracle , IBM y Boston Scientific .
The skills learned, however, are fundamental and can be applied to many other disciplines as well. In addition, the Master’s Project will also greatly enhance the graduate’s employment potential.