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Programme of the month: LM118 - Bachelor of Engineering in Electronic and Computer Engineering

Posted on May 14, 2019
Programme of the month: LM118 -­ Bachelor of Engineering in Electronic and Computer Engineering Why Study Electronic and Computer Engineering at UL? This new Electronic and Computer Engineering degree has been developed in conjunction with industrial employers, to meet the demand for engineering graduates with strong skills in software and hardware engineering, along with mathematical analysis ability.

This course will give you the skills to employ and develop technologies to tackle many of the challenges of the coming decades including energy, climate change, health and well-­‐being as well as other innovative areas such as entertainment and self-­‐driving vehicles.

At the end of the second year, this new programme in Electronic and Computer Engineering will allow you to select a major option from five major options – Electronic Engineering, Computer Engineering, Robotic Engineering, Electrical Energy Engineering, and a General option. Graduates of this degree programme will play key roles in the research, design, development, test and installation of future systems.

They will frequently work in teams to tackle complex and challenging problems. Graduates may also pursue higher degrees by research (MEng, PhD, etc), or through taught postgraduate programmes (MSc, MEng, MBA, etc).

Watch our video here for an insight into this course 


 
Course code: LM118
Level: NFQ Level 8 major Award Honours Bachelor Degree
Length: 4 Years
CAO points: 411
Course leader: Dr Colin Fitzpatrick
Email: Colin.Fitzpatrick@ul.ie
Tel: 00 353 61 233561

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