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CR 590 - Electronic Systems Eng (Hons)

Course Type: CAO and Third Level
Institute Name: Cork Institute of Technology-CAO
Fee: -
Duration: 4 Years
Course Locations: Cork City

Course Details

CAO CODE: CR 590 This level 8 programme starts with the basics of electronics, i.e. analogue and digital circuits and computer programming and progresses upwards to modern electronic systems which can be found in computers, mobile phones, medical devices, cars, etc. Course work involves theory, practice, and project work. The technical subjects are supported by a range of professional development modules which work on the individual's ability to communicate, work in teams and understand business concepts. The programme is supported by well-equipped laboratories and workshops and department staff are drawn from a wide range of electronic engineering technologies.

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