Following a year of radical changes to how we live and work, you may be reassessing your future options and looking to refresh your skillset to meet emerging challenges and employer expectations. Equally, you may be a recent graduate, keen to engage with a master's that exposes you to the very latest in future technologies and engineering advancements. 

DCU’s MEng in Electronic and Computer Engineering offers you all of these opportunities in the form of a highly flexible programme, which can be tailored to suit both your work/life commitments and desired study area. 

Accommodate part-time students working in industry

Unlike many programmes only recently transitioned to online or blended delivery, the MEng in Electronic and Computer Engineering boasts long established online/remote-access and part-time options, originally designed to accommodate part-time students working in industry. 

The customisable nature of this master's is further enhanced by the wide choice of modules available. This broad selection, spanning the fields of IoT, image and data analysis, optical and wireless data networks and semiconductor devices and industrial plasma processes, enables you to strategically mould your skillset to target key technology growth areas with maximum employment opportunities. 

Additionally, you can choose to align your module choices with a major award in one of these growth areas while also completing an immersive Master project, conducting research and engineering implementation in leading edge topics, over a 12-month duration.

Reap real world rewards

You can rest assured that your investment of time in the MEng in Electronic and Computer Engineering will reap real world rewards, as, since its establishment more than 30 years ago, the programme has been continually renewed and updated to meet the growing demands for graduates in key technology areas. 

As a participant in the programme, you will not only benefit from the solidity of this long established course but will also be brought right up to date, with content drawing on leading edge research expertise and industry partnerships in the School of Electronic Engineering and modules specifically aligned with the engineering industry’s current and future research and development needs. 

If you would like to know more about the MEng in Electronic and Computer Engineering at DCU, and how it can help to significantly enhance your career opportunities, please visit our website for all of the information you need.