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Courses at DCU

Postgraduate Engineering and Computing

MA in Data Protection and Privacy Law
Level:
Postgraduate
School:
School of Law and Government

Programme Structure

To facilitate both interdisciplinarity and specialisation, the MA will be divided into two streams: law and computing. Entrance on to either the law or computing stream will be dependent upon existing education. All students will complete 4 core modules which will offer a mix of law and computing and will be accessible to all admitted students. For example, the core law modules will be accessible to students from a non-legal background and the core computing modules will be accessible to students from a non-computing background.

Level:
Postgraduate
School:
School of Electronic Engineering

About this course

This programme is designed to enhance your knowledge, understanding and skills in Electronic Systems and Telecommunications Engineering.

Level:
Postgraduate
School:
School of Electronic Engineering

About this course

The programme offers advanced-level courses in the theory, analysis, design and modelling of electronic and computer technology in an up-to-date, industry-relevant modern programme, which aims for students:

Level:
Postgraduate
School:
School of Electronic Engineering

About this course

To give students the knowledge, experience and skills to access either of our Masters programme in Electronic & Computer Engineering. The MEQ course itself does not carry an award, but it offers students the opportunity to advance their knowledge and skills in order to demonstrate their aptitude to join the Masters programmes.

Level:
Postgraduate
School:
School of Electronic Engineering

About This Course

Students take a total of eight taught modules plus a year-long masters project. Taught modules are taken in Semester 1 (Sept-Dec) and Semester 2 (Jan-Apr). The masters project runs from October to August of the following calendar year, so students beginning their programme in September can complete in a total of 12 months.

Level:
Postgraduate
School:
School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

Life on Campus

We have three academic campuses close to Dublin City centre - they are located in Glasnevin and Drumcondra, and can be reached by public transport (Dublin Bus).

Level:
Postgraduate
School:
Law & Government / Computing

Programme Structure

Level:
Postgraduate
School:
School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

About this course

This course aims:

Level:
Postgraduate
School:
School of Computing

About this course

The strong practical focus of the programme culminates in a project practicum, carried out over the summer months. Typically, students will develop a prototype software system in their Major area that targets a real-world problem. They may also analyse processes or techniques, and propose and evaluate alternatives. Most projects are individual but, exceptionally, may be carried out as part of a team.

Level:
Postgraduate
School:
School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

About this course

The aim of this course is:

  • To provide relevant fundamental Mechanical and Manufacturing knowledge in preparation for the MEng programme.
  • To be a skills conversion programme.
Level:
Postgraduate
School:
School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

About this course

The aim of this course is:

  • To provide relevant fundamental Mechanical and Manufacturing knowledge in preparation for the MEng programme.
  • To be a skills conversion programme.