Msc in Electronic & Computer Technology (Internet of Things)
Applications now open for this part-funded Masters Programme!
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a computing concept describing the inter-connectivity and collaboration of a wide variety of everyday physical objects connected via the Internet. Rapid IoT development has been driven by ongoing research and technological advances (notably in 5G mobile communications and in Artificial Intelligence). IoT technologies are enabling a wide range of business opportunities in the context of “smart” homes, neighbourhoods and cities and in the exploitation of intelligent infrastructure and services, in areas such as transport, power and healthcare.
Ireland is a global centre for groundbreaking advancements in IoT. There is strong demand for IoT professionals, who are competent in the design, development, management and support of IoT systems. To meet this skills challenge, Technology Ireland Software Skillnet and Dublin City University (DCU) have developed, with consultation from industry, a level 9 Masters programme in Electronic and Computer Technology (Internet of Things).
Why do this course?
Flexible: Pursue on-campus/remote study without sacrificing your existing career
Modern: The course is designed specifically to reflect changing technological advances in industry, research and society
Relevant: Acquire knowledge and skills that are in high demand in industry
Groundbreaking: Stay up to date with, and fully versed in, the groundbreaking technologies shaping the future
About the course
The main programme objectives are:
To obtain a systematic understanding of the theory, concepts and methods at the forefront of knowledge pertaining to selected topics chosen from a wide set within Electronic and Computer Engineering.
To form a critical awareness of the present-day state-of-the-art and current developments and research at the forefront of IoT, together with a knowledge and understanding of specialised Electronic and Computer Engineering practice, methods and techniques.
To develop the ability to identify, formulate, analyse and solve engineering problems and to integrate knowledge, handle complexity and formulate judgements related to Electronic and Computer Engineering problems
To develop the skills to design components, systems or processes to meet specific needs and the knowledge and understanding of analysis and design processes and techniques and the ability to apply them in unfamiliar situations.
To allow a more intensive exposure to modern, industry-relevant technologies comprising the Internet of Things
What will I study
Applicants can choose from 9 of the following modules (with some constraints)
For further information on the application process, fees, requirements and syllabus please click here.
Please be advised that applications for Semester 2 intake are being accepted up to 17th January 2020, with a commencement date of 27th January 2020.