BE Electronic & Information Engineering

Barry Cardiff, Programme Director, ElE

I believe in a open, friendly, and hands-on approach to teaching and learning where the students are encouraged to think for themselves and not simple to learn off verbatim prescribed material. My door is always open for help and advice to interested and motivated students.

Course Information

The Electronic & Information Engineering (EIE) degree programme has a conventional Electronic Engineering syllabus with a strong bias toward digital communications and signal processing making it of fundamental importance in today's information society. The majority of technical course modules are taught by University College Dublin academic staff who are experts in research areas relevant to their teaching. The Electronic & Information Engineering (EIE) degree programme focuses on the foundations of many key enabling technologies allowing our graduates to operate in professional engineering firms with knowledge that will always be relevant in this ever evolving industry. An advantage of this program is that during the first two years of instruction, students receive twice as much English language exposure than is currently required by the Chinese educational system.  Admission to the BDIC BE Electronic & Information Engineering degree is competitive and requires excellent English proficiency.

 

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