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ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING


EngineeringLimerickIT @Engineering_LIT


What is the programme about?


This programme is ideal if you want to build an Electronic Engineering career in Design, Manufacturing, Servicing, Marketing or Consultancy. As a graduate, you will have both practical and academic expertise in the area of electronic engineering, telecommunications and in computer and networking systems.


The programme includes practical and project-based learning in well-equipped modern laboratories. The department maintains close links with local industries and consequently many of our graduates are offered employment even before graduation.


The hands-on nature of this programme means that you learn more than just the theory, you learn the skills that will put you a step ahead of the competition upon graduation. The wide scope of this programme gives you many possible career paths and allows you to develop your strengths for future employment.


Who is the programme suited to?


This programme is ideal if you want to build an Electronics Engineering career in Design, Manufacturing, Servicing, Marketing or Consultancy.


Modules


Year 1: Electronics 1, Electrical Technology, Engineering Science, Engineering Mathematics 1, Introduction to C Programming, Technical Communications, and a Mini Project (this is a small group project).


Year 2: Applied Electronics, Engineering Mathematics 2, Telecommunications & Networking Principles, Digital & Microcontrollers, Advanced C Programming, Electronics Project & CAD (Computer Aided Design).


Year 3: This year is divided into two semesters. Students select just one of the electives offered in the semester. Semester 1: Electronics, Engineering Mathematics 3, Microcontroller Fundamentals & Digital I/O, Digital Communications & Networks, Project. Electives: Labview & Data Acquisition, Project Management, Motion Control & Robotics, Introduction to iPhone programming, Telecommunications 3, Networking, Applied Control Systems & Automation. Semester 2: Power Electronics, Probability & Statistics, Digital Communications, Advanced Networking & Internet Technology, Project. Electives: Microcontroller Interfacing & Analogue I/O, Business Start-up, Applied Control Systems, Advanced iPhone Programming.


What can I do after the programme? Graduates are eligible to progress to the one-year add-on Level 8 Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Electronic Systems programme.


This programme is ideal if you want a career as an Electronics Engineer working in Design, Manufacturing, Servicing, Sales, Marketing or Programming (including smart phone). Graduates of this programme have been employed by companies such as Apple, Dell, Analog Devices, Cisco, EMC, etc.


FOR FURTHER INFORMATION


Programme Code LC279


Programme Level Level 7


CAO Points 2015 195


Duration 3 years


Minimum Entry Requirements: Leaving Certificate (2017): A minimum of 5 O6/H7 grades in Leaving Certificate subjects, including Mathematics and English or Irish. Although not a requirement, it is recommended that applicants achieve a minimum of an O5 grade in Mathematics due to the mathematics content of this programme.


QQI FET/FETAC Applicants & Mature Applicants: Refer to section ‘Entry Requirements’ for further information.


Location


Moylish Campus, Limerick


Contact Mr. Tom Gallery, Programme Leader


Tel: 061 293234 Email: electronics@lit.ie Web: www.lit.ie/Courses/LC279


EngineeringLimerickIT @Engineering_LIT


Undergraduate Prospectus 2017/2018 129 < LC279


Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering


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