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Electronic engineering, like electrical engineering, is concerned with electrical systems. However, electronic engineering is more concerned with light current systems, where electricity is used as a carrier of information, such as computers, televisions, CD players, etc.
All engineering students take the common years 1 and 2. In the third year, they specialise in electronic engineering (this course). A course transfer between computer, electronic, and communications engineering is possible until the end of Year 2. It is possible to opt for paid work for two days per week with three days on campus at NUI Maynooth in year 3 and 4.
Careers or Further Progression...
Electronic engineers are employed in many different fields - transport, telecommunications, electricity supply, etc. the rapidly -expanding Irish software development sector is also a particularly common first destination for graduates.
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