Established in 1980, the School of Electronic Engineering DCU was the first EE school in Ireland. Our first undergrads emerged in 1984, our first taught postgrads in 1992 and first PhD graduates in 1993. Our standalone taught Masters programme in Electronic and Computer engineering is the largest in the country. The School moved into the custom designed iconic Stokes building in 2002 and is heavily involved in the FutureTech building slated for completion 2025. The school has strong undergrad and postgrad links with up to a dozen French Grandes Ecoles.
Recognised nationally and internationally for the outstanding quality of our programmes, we focus on preparing students to pursue a broad range of careers in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector in the areas of electronic, computer, and mechatronic engineering.
Dr Noel Murphy, Head of School