Energy Systems Engineering is a multidisciplinary program that aims to meet the current and growing challenge of dwindling fossil fuel resources and the critical demand for alternative, renewable energy sources as a national, European, and global priority. The program covers fundamental engineering knowledge and skills in such areas as energy generation, conversion, electrical power systems, and energy management (buildings, transport, industry, etc.), along with modules on energy sources, energy policy, economics, and associated environmental issues. The program will provide you with the skills to develop as a professional engineer who specializes in dealing with the breadth of energy systems used to generate, convert, transmit, and manage energy throughout multiple networks, including electrical power, fuel, IT, water, transport, and cities. Optional modules will provide you with a technical focus on different sectors of the industry. The early years of the program will cover the fundamental sciences and mathematics, along with introductory modules on energy systems and sources. Multidisciplinary energy systems design projects will be supported by advanced modules in engineering design, analysis, and information technology. Electronics and Computing Engineering is a course that aims to integrate two separate engineering fields to meet the joint demands made by the electronics and computer industries in today’s world. This program combines coursework in different aspects of both fields over four years, with an emphasis on the design of computing systems. Electronics and computers, and their joint applications, are playing an ever-increasing role in our lives as Information Communications Technology (ICT), with everything from consumer goods to space shuttles using electronic hardware (circuits) and computer software integrated together. The increased use of ICT in every aspect of our lives ensures the continued relevance of this area of engineering. Companies that design integrated electronics and computer systems require engineers who possess the software skills to complement traditional electronic hardware skills. The Electronic and Computing Engineering degree program has been developed in response to these industry demands to develop students’ hardware and software engineering skills in an integrated way and give them the analytical power to apply them jointly. Graduates of this course are ideally placed to pursue their specialism in ICT, which has wide applicability both nationally, with many indigenous technology companies and the multinational sector, and internationally. With the exponential development of ICT technologies worldwide, graduates will be at the forefront of those being employed in this area.
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High School Diploma with a minimum GPA of 3.75/4 Unweighted. Minimum SAT of 1380 (Evidence-Based Reading and Writing 700, Math 670) or an ACT of 29 to gain entry. If available, Advanced Placement Tests - Grade 3 or above in at least two tests (preferably three tests). Students will also need to submit a personal statement and two references to support their application.
Both EU/EEA and non-EU/EEA citizens have to pay a student contribution fee of maximum €3,000 year for student services. Eligibility for Free Fees Initiative is available for EU students. Students may apply to SUSI for a grant towards their student contribution or tuition fees. Additional requirements: Mathematics.
Application deadline for EU students is February 1.
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