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Course Details

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) In Computer Engineering

Course code: TBC Entry Route into programme:
  • Appropriate Bachelor of Engineering
Duration: 1 year
NFQ level: 8
Method of application: Direct to ITB (before 1st of June)
Schedule: Full time
Award title: Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)*
Credits for Full Award: 120 @ NFQ Level 8
Awarding Body: ITB  
 
*Subject to validation

Note :

This course is not being offered in the academic year starting September 2013.

For further details please contact the marketing team on 01 885 1530 or e-mail: info@itb.ie

 

Minimum Entry Requirements

Holders of an appropriate Bachelor of Engineering should apply to ITB by 1st June of the year for which admission is sought. Entry is subject to normal entry requirements.

Course Content

Year 4
Semester 1
  • Computer Architecture
  • Embedded Systems Architecture and Design 1
  • Semiconductor Devices for VLSI
  • Object Orientated Software
  • Manufacturing Systems
  • Mathematics 7
Semester 2
  • Digital Signal Processing 1
  • Digital Communications
  • Very Large Scale Integrated Circuit Design 1
  • Operating Systems
  • Automated Test Engineering 1
  • Mathematics 8
Year 5
Semester 1
  • Project 1
  • Computer Graphics
  • Embedded Systems Architecture and Design 2
  • Very Large Scale Integrated Circuit Design 2
  • Algorithms and Data Structures
  • Business Management Systems
Semester 2
  • Project 2
  • Digital Signal Processing 2
  • Wireless Telecommunication Networks
  • Database Technology
  • Device Drivers Architecture and Design
  • Electives
    Device Drivers Architecture and Design or Digital Signal Processing 2 or Multimedia Technologies or Automated Test Engineering 2 or Technology Entrepreneurship or Computer and Machine Vision
  • Placement

Three Modules from Electives Semester 2 must be selected.

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