DT079: B.Eng.Tech. in Electronic and Computer Systems (part-time)
This programme is of two years duration requiring attendance on three evenings per week for 12 weeks in semester 1 (September to December), and again for 12 weeks in semester 2 (February to May).
The programme provides graduates of certificate-level courses, or persons with equivalent qualifications, with an opportunity to pursue their studies to ordinary degree level. This technician programme has a strong systems perspective, which develops the student's knowledge and technical abilities in the areas of computer, communications and industrial electronic systems.
A technician certificate qualification in electronics, or related discipline from a recognised institute with at least a Merit grade, or a qualification, which is deemed by the Dublin Institute of Technology to be an equivalent qualification.
Applying and enrolling
Please submit your CV with copies of your qualifications to date along with your application form to firstname.lastname@example.org Applicants will then be assessed and informed if they meetprogramme requirements. To complete enrolment candidates are required to attend at DIT Kevin Street in person and provide proof of examinations results during the registration period. Registration will take place in early September.
An application form can be downloaded here. (Adobe pdf format)
Fees for Academic year 2010/2011 €340 per module. €900 euro project. Capitation fee is €135.00
Fees are subject to change at the discretion of the Institute. Please note, 2011/12 fees to be announced late August
B.Eng.Tech. in Electronic and Computer Systems of the Dublin Institute of Technology.
Graduates who have reached the appropriate level in final examinations and meet certain subject prerequisites have the opportunity to enter honours degree programmes such as DT074 at the year 3 level in DIT and elsewhere in higher education.
You can expect to work in industry, setting up, commissioning or maintaining complex communications or manufacturing systems. In a relatively short time you can look forward to supervising other staff doing this work. You might also work as a member of a team designing and developing new systems.