Innovations in Electronic Engineering Laboratory Education

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Innovations in Electronic Engineering Laboratory Education  is a one-day symposium that will showcase and explore innovations in electronic engineering laboratory education. The event takes place at Munster Technological University & online on Fri, 27 January 2023, 10:00 – 16:00. 

COVID-19 required us to rethink and reimagine engineering education and the laboratory aspect was particularly challenging. COVID-19 forced us to innovate and develop novel ways to realise laboratory practices. With the support of EU Erasmus+ Programming Funding, the Dept. of Electrical & Electronic Eng. at MTU, for example, started to explore the potential of remote and take-home laboratories and we are now thinking about how we integrate these possibilities with traditional face-to-face laboratories to enhance student learning.

Innovations in Electronic Engineering Laboratory Education

This one-day symposium will showcase and explore innovations in laboratory education, particularly applied to the discipline of electronic engineering. We invite academic colleagues and industry partners to join us and share ways in which they have changed or transformed laboratory practices and also explore the skills needs of electronic engineering graduates.

Register here.


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Introduction

Students who do not have the entry requirements to enter directly onto the Masters programmes may be offered entry on the Masters Qualifier Programme. The Master Qualifier contains the same modules as our Masters. Students on the Masters Qualifier Programme may transfer onto the Masters programme, subject to the transfer requirements and without loss of accumulated credits. A Graduate Certificate exit award is potentially available if a transfer to the Masters Programme is not possible or desirable however, a minimum of 4 advanced (Level 9) modules must be successfully completed in order to exit with a Graduate Certificate.

About this course

To give students the knowledge, experience and skills to access either of our Masters programme in Electronic & Computer Engineering. The MEQ course itself does not carry an award, but it offers students the opportunity to advance their knowledge and skills in order to demonstrate their aptitude to join the Masters programmes.

View the current course structure HERE

Steven Galvin

Doctoral Candidate: EUTERPE: European Literatures and Gender from a Transnational Perspective
Exploration & Transformation: The Future of higher education in Ireland


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