Bachelor of Engineering Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering for Robotics
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Why take this course?
Computer engineers play a vital role in the research, design, development and installation of the hardware and software. Amongst the areas where computer engineers are employed are the mobile phone industry, gaming, medical devices, cloud technology, smart transport general technology support services, and energy management.
This degree will provide you with the education and training necessary for a career in the computer, software and electronics industry. You will develop the necessary theoretical knowledge in areas that are crucial to computer engineering and the skills in computer systems administration and problem-solving.
TUSs Faculty of Engineering and Informatics is housed in one of the most modern and well-equipped facilities of its kind in the country. Lecturers have extensive industry experience which enriches their teaching skills and competencies. The programme is accredited by Engineers Ireland.
What will I experience?
- Applied Automation & Integration Project
- Software Design
- Enterprise Networks
- Numerical Analysis and Projection
- Connected Devices
- Integrated Automation
- Software Design
- Data Mining and Machine Learning
- Augmented Robotic Interaction
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- Course Award:
- Bachelor of Engineering
- Course NFQ Level:
- Level 7
- Minimum Entry Requirements:
Grade 06 at ordinary level in five subjects in the Leaving Certificate examination. Two of these subjects must be Mathematics and a language (English or Irish).
Any QQI level 5 qualification is acceptable. Applicants to this programme are required, however, to have one specified Mathematics module included in their award or alternatively have Leaving Certificate Mathematics.
Refer to the QQI/ FETAC Information listed under Student Resources on the CAO website for the list of accepted Mathematics modules for US716. http://www.cao.ie/index.php?page=fetac_search