BEng (Hons) in Computer Engineering for Autonomous Systems (Add-On)

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Computer Engineering for Autonomous Systems

Course Overview

  • 1

    Year

  • 8

    Level

  • Addon

    Course

Why take this course?

Computer engineers play a vital role in the research, design, development and installation of the hardware and software. Amongst the areas where computer engineers are employed are the mobile phone industry, gaming, medical devices, cloud technology, smart transport general technology support services, and energy management.

This degree will provide you with the education and training necessary for a career in the computer, software and electronics industry. You will develop the necessary theoretical knowledge in areas that are crucial to computer engineering and the skills in computer systems administration and problem-solving.

AIT’s Faculty of Engineering and Informatics is housed in one of the most modern and well-equipped facilities of its kind in the country. Lecturers have extensive industry experience which enriches their teaching skills and competencies. The programme is accredited by Engineers Ireland.

What will I experience?

Subjects include:

  • Applied Automation & Integration Project
  • Software Design
  • Enterprise Networks
  • Numerical Analysis and Projection
  • Connected Devices
  • Integrated Automation
  • Databases
  • Software Design
  • Data Mining and Machine Learning
  • Augmented Robotic Interaction

Listen: Dr Enda Fallon offers a fascinating insight into the cutting-edge courses on offer in the Department of Computer and Software Engineering and highlights the array of exciting career opportunities available to graduates.

Additional Information

Accreditation:

You are eligible to apply to Engineers Ireland to use the registered professional title of Associate Engineer. Graduates of the BEng in Computer Engineering are deemed to have reached the educational standard of Associate Engineer by Engineers Ireland. This qualification is recognised under the Sydney Accord, by more than 40 countries world-wide, including the EU, the US, Australia and Canada.

Course Details

Course Duration:
1 Year
Course Award:
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
Course NFQ Level:
Level 8
Department:
Dept of Computer and Software Engineering
Minimum Entry Requirements:

Holders of the Level 7 Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering or a cognate discipline at Level 7.

Accreditations/Endorsements

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Engineers Ireland; AEng MIEI

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Course Structure

Year 1

Applied Automation & Integration Project, Software Design 4.1, Enterprise Networks 4, Numerical Analysis and Projection 4, Connected Devices, Integrated Automation, Databases 4, Software Design 4.2, Data Mining and Machine Learning 4, Augmented Robotic Interaction

Careers & Opportunities

Career Prospects

Students graduating from this course will be in a position to take up careers as computer engineers in a range of industries. Possible employers include: Ericsson, HP (Hewlett-Packard), Avaya, Eircom, Asidua and OpenNet among more.

Further Study

Graduates with honours are eligible to apply to join the Master of Science in Software Engineering (Level 9) at AIT or appropriate postgraduate programmes at other third level institutions.

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