The CK600 degree course is your pathway to an internationally accredited four-year honours professional engineering programme in Electrical and Electronic Engineering which incorporates a five-month paid work placement element between third year and final year. At final year level, a wide range of subject options enable students to tailor their degree specialisation to suit their particular interests and career ambitions. Most courses are accompanied by practical laboratory classes or project work. In this way, students gain experience in the use and application of modern test equipment and computer-aided design techniques.

 

Timetables

The latest timetables for each year of the BE in Electrical and Electronic Engineering are available from http://timetable.ucc.ie ‌

 

Course Outline

FIRST YEAR

Students take core modules to the value of 55 credits as follows:

AM1021 Mechanics I (5 credits)
AM1022 Mechanics II (5 credits)
CE1005 Engineering Computation and Problem Solving (5 credits)
CM1001 Chemistry for Engineers (5 credits)
EE1005 Electrical and Electronic Systems (5 credits)
MA1008 Calculus and Linear Algebra for Engineers (10 credits)
ME1001 Engineering Materials (5 credits)
PE1006 Professional Engineering Communication and Ethics (5 credits)
PY1006 Physics for Engineers II (5 credits)
PY1007 Physics for Engineers I (5 credits)

And one of the following elective modules:

CE1003 Engineering Structures (5 credits)
NE1001 Introduction to Energy Engineering and Energy Policy (5 credits)
PE1003 Introduction to Process and Chemical Engineering (5 credits)

 

SECOND YEAR

Students take core modules to the value of 60 credits as follows:

AM2032 Numerical Methods and Programming (5 credits)
EE2001
Power Engineering (10 credits)
EE2007 Electronic Circuits (5 credits)
EE2008 Signals and Systems (10 credits)
EE2011 Digital Electronics (5 credits)
EE2012 Linear Circuit Analysis (5 credits)
EE2013 Non-Linear Circuit Analysis (5 credits)
MA2013
Mathematics for Engineering (5 credits)
ME2002 Engineering Thermodynamics ( 5 credits)
UE2003 Semiconductor Materials and Devices (5 credits)

 

THIRD YEAR

Students take core modules to the value of 60 credits as follows:

EE3001 Control Engineering (10 credits)
EE3009 RF Circuit Theory (5 credits)
EE3010 Analogue and Digital Signal Processing (10 credits)
EE3011 Power Electronic Systems (5 credits)
EE3012 Electromechanical Energy Conversion (5 credits)
EE3013 Electromagnetic Fields for Engineers (5 credits)
UE3007 Digital Integrated Circuits (5 credits)
UE3008 Analogue Integrated Circuits (5 credits)
ME3002 Heat Transfer and Cooling Systems (5 credits)
ME3003 Mechanical Systems (5 credits)

 

FOURTH YEAR

Students take modules to the value of 40 credits from the following:

EE4001 Power Electronics, Drives and Energy Conversion (5 credits)
EE4002 Control Engineering (5 credits)
EE4004 Telecommunications (5 credits)
EE4007 Optical Electronics (5 credits)
EE4008 Digital Signal Processing (5 credits)
EE4009 Mechatronics and Industrial Automation (5 credits)
EE4010 Electrical Power Systems (5 credits)
EE4011 RF IC Design (5 credits)
EE4012 Biomedical Design (5 credits)
EE4013 Renewable Energy Systems (5 credits)
ME4001
Engineering Management (5 credits)
ME4002 Production Engineering (5 credits)
UE4001 Digital IC Design (5 credits)
UE4002 Analogue IC Design (5 credits)
UE4008 Processing of Integrated Circuits (5 credits)

In addition, the student will be assessed in the following modules amounting to 20 credits:

EE4020 Project (15 credits)
EE4021 Electrical and Electronic Engineering in the Commercial World (5 credits)

 

For full details of the BE in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, please see the course regulations given in the Undergraduate Calendar

 

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