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  • LIT - LC279 Electronic Engineering - BEng
    U Funding National Development Plan LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie ABOUT ABOUT About LIT Welcome From The President Academic Council Governing Body Useful Information Academic Calendar Freedom Of Information Reports Procedures Plans Useful Links Vacancies LIT STAFF Search the staff directory CONTACT US Contact Details LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie LC279 Electronic Engineering BEng LIT LIT Courses LC279 Electronic Engineering BEng LC279 Electronic Engineering BEng Home LC279 Electronic Engineering BEng Electronic Engineering BEng Level 7 Programme Code LC279 Course Level Level 7 Department Electrical Electronic Engineering CAO Points 2015 195 Duration 3 Years Campus Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about This programme is ideal if you want to build an Electronics Engineering career in Design Manufacturing Servicing Marketing or Consultancy As a graduate you will have both practical and academic expertise in the area of electronic engineering telecommunications and in computer and networking systems The programme includes practical and project based learning in well equipped modern laboratories The department maintains close links with local industries and consequently many of our graduates are offered employment even before graduation The hands on nature of this programme means that you learn more than just the theory you learn the skills that will put you a step ahead of the competition upon graduation The wide scope of this programme gives you many possible career paths and allows you to develop your strengths for future employment Who is the programme suited to This programme is ideal if you want to build an Electronics Engineering career in Design Manufacturing Servicing Marketing or Consultancy Top 3 Reasons 1 The hands on nature of this programme means that you learn more than just the theory you learn the skills that will put you a step ahead of the competition upon graduation 2 There is an opportunity to further your studies and achieve an Honours Degree Level 8 at LIT and at other institutes and universities in Ireland and aboard 3 The wide scope of this programme gives you many possible career paths and allows you to develop your strengths for future employment Class Contact Hours 24 hours per week Year 1 Electronics 1 Electrical Technology Engineering Science Engineering Mathematics 1 Introduction to C Programming Technical Communications and a Mini Project this is a small group project Year 2 Applied Electronics Engineering Mathematics 2 Telecommunications Networking Principles Digital Microcontrollers Advanced C Programming Electronics Project CAD Computer Aided Design Year 3 This year is divided into two semesters Students select just one of the electives offered in the semester Semester 1 Electronics Engineering Mathematics 3 Microcontroller Fundamentals Digital I O Digital Communications Networks Project Electives Labview Data Acquisition Project Management Motion Control Robotics Introduction to iPhone programming Telecommunications 3 Networking Applied Control Systems Automation Semester 2 Power Electronics Probability Statistics Digital Communications Advanced Networking Internet Technology Project Electives Microcontroller Interfacing

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  • LIT - LC277 Industrial Automation & Robotic Systems - BEng
    BEng LIT LIT Courses LC277 Industrial Automation Robotic Systems BEng LC277 Industrial Automation Robotic Systems BEng Home LC277 Industrial Automation Robotic Systems BEng Industrial Automation Robotic Systems BEng Level 7 Programme Code LC277 Course Level Level 7 Department Electrical Electronic Engineering CAO Points 2015 200 Duration 3 Years Campus Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact Video What is the programme about The Industrial Automation and Robotic Systems programme equips graduates with the necessary skills to troubleshoot maintain install and design automated production systems required for high tech manufacturing industries There is a large demand for such graduates since the trend over the last decade is to move labour intensive production operations to lower wage economies This trend has ultimately meant that remaining manufacturing operations within Ireland demand highly automated production systems and require highly skilled graduates to maintain them This three year Bachelor of Engineering Level 7 programme covers all the technologies used in modern manufacturing Automation and Robotic systems It covers a wide range of areas including electrical and electronic engineering mechanical systems motion control and robotic systems instrumentation systems as well as PLC and SCADA programming The programme contains approximately 50 theoretical content with 50 dedicated to practical hands on learning Who is the programme suited to Automation and Robotics is a fascinating area of study since it covers a wide range of engineering technologies If you are interested in how things work have a logical mind and have an interest in using modern technology to control electrical mechanical equipment then you will enjoy and have the capacity to enjoy a successful career in this area Top 3 Reasons 1 There is a very broad range of engineering technologies covered in this programme including Electrical Electronic Programming Control and more The broad range of technologies covered really makes the course very interesting 2 At least 50 of this programme is practical giving you the hands on experience not just the theory 3 Excellent employment prospects Over the last few years we have had 100 employment from this course Class Contact Hours Year 1 27 hours per week Year 2 26 5 hours per week Year 3 21 hours per week Want More Download Brochure Watch our Promo Video on YouTube Year 1 Engineering Mathematics 1 Engineering Science Electrical Technology 1 Electronics 1 Technical Communications Electrical Workshop 1 Mechanical Maintenance Principles Year 2 Engineering Mathematics 2 Electrical Technology 2 Electrical Workshop 2 Industrial Electronics Instrumentation Control Fluid power Systems C PLC Programming Electrical Instrumentation Drawing CAD Year 3 Semester 1 Advanced PLCs Industrial Networks Labview Data Acquisition Microcontrollers Motion Control Robotics Project Mechanical Drives Facilities E Project Management E Semester 2 HMI SCADA Manufacturing Automation Power Electronics Applied Control Systems Project Probability Statistics E Business Start up E E you must choose one Elective module from Semester 1 2 in Year 3 Entry Requirement Leaving Certificate A minimum of 5 Passes in Leaving Certificate subjects including Mathematics and English Irish Applicants are advised that those with a grade

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  • LIT - LC271 Industrial Electrical Engineering - Bachelor of Engineering
    Of Information Reports Procedures Plans Useful Links Vacancies LIT STAFF Search the staff directory CONTACT US Contact Details LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie LC271 Industrial Electrical Engineering Bachelor of Engineering LIT LIT Courses LC271 Industrial Electrical Engineering Bachelor of Engineering LC271 Industrial Electrical Engineering Bachelor of Engineering Home LC271 Industrial Electrical Engineering Bachelor of Engineering Industrial Electrical Engineering Bachelor of Engineering Level 7 Programme Code LC271 Course Level Level 7 Department Electrical Electronic Engineering CAO Points 220 Duration 3 years Campus Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about There has been a significant decline in opportunities to undertake an electrical apprenticeship over the past few years With that in mind we have developed a new programme which will lead to the successful graduate becoming a qualified Electrical Technician The programme encompasses practice and theory from the existing electrical apprenticeship curriculum and provides significant additional analytical skills and industrial electrical competences Employment opportunities are targeted at careers in the industrial electrical and energy sectors Who is the programme suited to Have you an interest in how things work Do you like engineering taking things apart putting them back together again If you have an enquiring mind and would like to work safely and competently with electricity then this programme is for you Class Contact Hours Year 1 24 hours per week Year 2 26 hours per week Year 3 21 hours per week Did You Know Alternative Electrical Pathway Currently the only route to be a qualified electrician for domestic house wiring is through the SOLAS Apprenticeship in conjunction with an Institute of Technology This new LIT degree programme has an embedded Higher Certificate in Electrical Installation Practice Level 6 which covers the curriculum

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  • LIT - LC270 Music Technology & Production - BSc
    353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie ABOUT ABOUT About LIT Welcome From The President Academic Council Governing Body Useful Information Academic Calendar Freedom Of Information Reports Procedures Plans Useful Links Vacancies LIT STAFF Search the staff directory CONTACT US Contact Details LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie LC270 Music Technology Production BSc LIT LIT Courses LC270 Music Technology Production BSc LC270 Music Technology Production BSc Home LC270 Music Technology Production BSc Music Technology Production BSc Level 7 Programme Code LC270 Course Level Level 7 Department Electrical Electronic Engineering CAO Points 2015 315 Duration 3 Years Campus Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about This programme is ideal for students wishing to build a career in the Music and Audio production industry Graduates will have the knowledge and skills needed to perform at a high level in a number of modern technical environments including recording studios video editing suites and in the live theatre Graduates will know the principles and operation of studio equipment in both digital and analogue realms will learn the specifics of music musical instruments and factors affecting the quality of recording including mixing mastering and mass production Later in the programme an emphasis is placed on the music business and business planning particularly in relation to events and events management Music Technology and Production students have access to state of the art recording and production facilities at LIT and our experienced lecturers give students the thorough hands on and personal support they need to make the most of their studies Who is the programme suited to This programme will appeal to any students wishing to build a career in the music and audio production industry Top 3 Reasons 1 State of the art recording and production facilities 2 Practical hands on industry level experience to prepare you for what comes after graduation 3 Experienced lecturers who give you the thorough hands on and personal support you need to make the most of your education Class Contact Hours Year 1 21 hours per week Year 2 24 hours per week Year 3 19 hours per week Did You Know Music Technology Production Students are responsible for the running of LIT Music Week each year during the first week of March The students are involved in all aspects of running of the week from programming and promotion to stage setup and live sound mixing Past guests have included Julie Feeney Jerry Fish Karen Power Tom Prendergast Noel Hogan and performances from local Limerick bands such as Windings dREA God Knows Iron Mountain amongst many other talented acts This event is open and free to members of the public http www lit ie MusicFestival Year 1 Music Technology 1 Digital Workstation 1 Music Theory 1 Audio Aural Skills 1 Audio Electronics 1 Acoustics 1 Year 2 Music Technology 2 Digital Workstation 2 Music Theory 2 Audio Electronics 2 Acoustics

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  • LIT - LC276 Video & Sound Technology - Higher Certificate
    of your education Class Contact Hours 24 hours per week Awarding Body Limerick Institute of Technology Other Information COURSE PROGRESSION LADDER Years 1 2 Level 6 Higher Certificate in Video Sound Technology Year 3 Level 7 BSc in Video Sound Technology Year 4 Level 8 BSc Hons Audio Video Production Want More FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS What standard of Mathematics is required for entry to this course A minimum of Grade D3 in Ordinary Level Maths is recommended Do I need to have Physics or Engineering in the Leaving Certificate to apply for the course No Camera optics electricity and sound are studied in 1st year but no prior knowledge is assumed What is the breakdown of course contact hours between the Practical and Theoretical element of the course An emphasis is placed on the practical element of the course with the breakdown being approximately 50 50 Your career opportunities are significantly broadened if you develop a good portfolio of practical work during your studies Do I need to have any practical experience before applying to this course While having experience is a great benefit we assume that first year students don t have any and so we start at a fundamental level My interest lies mainly in film as opposed to broadcast will this course give me the same grounding in this area The course is primarily focussed on the technology and operations of the broadcast industry However there are opportunities to develop short films as part of assignments and we run a successful annual Film Festival for which students are encouraged to develop their own films Do I need do have my own camera equipment for this course No While some students do find it beneficial to purchase and use their own personal equipment camera sound lighting and editing equipment is provided for use in undertaking assignments associated with your studies I haven t been accepted for a Music or Sound Engineering course Is the Video Sound programme a good alternative Many people apply to the course with sound engineering and music recording in mind However the Video Sound Technology programme is aimed towards the Broadcast Industry and the technology and operations of video and television of which audio does play a part but isn t the only focus LIT s BSc in Music Technology is more sound engineering orientated Can I progress to a Level 8 degree from this course Yes Many graduates choose to pursue their education to our Level 8 BSc Hons in Audio and Video Production LEARNER INDUSTRY FEEDBACK I am now a senior editor at Sirk productions in Manhattan New York My job includes two TV series called The Inside Reel which is where we work directly with directors and actors and talk about their movies and On The Scene where we meet with top chefs theatre companies orchestras etc which both go out on PBS and the web I am also the assistant editor on a new American late night chat show called

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  • LIT - LC232 Business Computing - Higher Certificate
    Market Link Enterprise News Events RESEARCH Research LIT Masters Ph D Research Opportunities Research Centres Postgraduate Courses R D Strategy Shannon ABC European Projects DEVELOPMENT Development Office Industry E U Funding National Development Plan LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie ABOUT ABOUT About LIT Welcome From The President Academic Council Governing Body Useful Information Academic Calendar Freedom Of Information Reports Procedures Plans Useful Links Vacancies LIT STAFF Search the staff directory CONTACT US Contact Details LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie LC232 Business Computing Higher Certificate LIT LIT Courses LC232 Business Computing Higher Certificate LC232 Business Computing Higher Certificate Home LC232 Business Computing Higher Certificate Business Computing Higher Certificate Level 6 Programme Code LC232 Course Level Level 6 Department Information Technology CAO Points 2015 200 Duration 2 Years Campus Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about This programme will provide students with a foundation in Business Modules combining practical information technology knowledge and skills Students will develop the multidisciplinary skills and knowledge required in Information Technology with modern business undertakings and practices The fusion of Business and Computing allows students to achieve maximum learning and self development Students will advance their business information technology knowledge experience and skills through extensive practical assignments and coursework Computing and Technology are part of just about everything that touches our lives Gaining a proficiency in the different dimensions of computing and business will provide graduates with the necessary skills to create a stable career in the 21st century This programme is also offered at the Ennis Learning Centre For more information see www lit ie ennis courses Who is the programme suited to This programme will suit those who want to prepare for a career in business but who also want to learn about the Technology that is at the heart of today s business world Top 3 Reasons 1 Opportunity to progress your studies by ladder approach into a Level 7 and Level 8 Business Computing Programmes offered at LIT 2 With a mix of skills offered on the programme you have more versatility in the jobs available after graduation graduates from this programme have chosen careers in Accounting Project Management Teaching Entrepreneurship Recruitment Programming and more 3 Computing and Computer Technology are part of just about everything that touches our lives Gaining a proficiency in the different dimensions of computing and business will provide the necessary skills to create a stable career in the 21st century Class Contact Hours 24 hours per week in Year 1 22 hours per week in Year 2 Did You Know LIT is the only Institute of Technology or University in Ireland to have the Microsoft Bursary Awards for its first year Business Computing Students amounting to 2 500 Year 1 Financial Accounting Business Law Statistical Methods Interpersonal Skills Computer Applications Programming Fundamentals Management Business Operations Year 2 Management Cost

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  • LIT - LC231 Business Technology (Information Systems) - BBs (Honours)
    About LIT Welcome From The President Academic Council Governing Body Useful Information Academic Calendar Freedom Of Information Reports Procedures Plans Useful Links Vacancies LIT STAFF Search the staff directory CONTACT US Contact Details LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie LC231 Business Technology Information Systems BBs Honours LIT LIT Courses LC231 Business Technology Information Systems BBs Honours LC231 Business Technology Information Systems BBs Honours Home LC231 Business Technology Information Systems BBs Honours Business Technology Information Systems BBs Honours Level 8 Programme Code LC231 Course Level Level 8 Department Information Technology CAO Points 260 Duration 4 Years Campus Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about This programme provides a common starting point for graduates seeking a career in Business and Technology Students will develop comprehensive analytical skills as well as core business and management competencies which can be applied to business using the appropriate computer software and business solutions This skillset provides the perfect blend to solve business problems using appropriate technological and business solutions The structure of the programme allows students the flexibility to streamline their careers in year 3 students will have the option to specialise in either Information Systems or in the area of Management The business technology degree gives students a very strong platform in both business and IT before they then branch into their chosen area of speciality in years 3 and 4 The embedded group projects enable students to demonstrate their understanding of the concepts and business IT skills that are required in a work environment This group dynamic will be invaluable to them in their chosen career path Who is the programme suited to The programme will be suited to students seeking to establish a career in the Business and Technology sectors Top 3 Reasons 1 The business technology degree gives students a very strong platform in both business and IT before they then branch into their chosen area of speciality in years 3 and 4 2 A business technology career can provide opportunities for socio economic mobility as the degree will be recognised globally This will be re inforced by through department links with professional bodies 3 The embedded group projects enable students to demonstrate their understanding of the concepts and business IT skills that are required in a work environment This group dynamic will be invaluable to them in their chosen career path Class Contact Hours Year 1 23 hours per week Year 2 22 hours per week Year 3 22 hours per week Year 4 19 hours per week Year 1 Business Law Financial Accounting Management and Business Operations Programming Fundamentals Internet and Web Technology Year 2 Management and Cost Accounting Introduction to Marketing Database Systems and Project Management Programming Economics and Statistical Methods Year 3 Business Project Business Information Systems Development Visual Programming HRM and Law Tools and Techniques for Business Database Systems plus students will choose one elective from the following Customer Care and

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  • LIT - LC239 Computer Networks & Systems Management - BSc (Honours)
    information is made possible by the countless computer networks that circle the globe in a web of information This programme aims to provide students with a broad and forward looking education with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in Computer Networks Data Communications and associated Systems Management roles An additional aim of the programme is to provide students with a range of knowledge which will enhance their ability to fit rapidly into different workplace cultures adapt to change and pursue additional post graduate studies Through this programme students will gain a foundation of technical knowledge problem solving and logical thinking that gives them a competitive advantage in their career For example students will learn how to work with PCs switches routers databases scripts Linux Virtualisation Windows servers and security As part of this programme students may study for additional professional qualifications offered by Cisco CCENT and CCNA and Microsoft MTA and MCTS Who is the programme suited to This programme assumes no prior background in networks or systems so is suited to everyone with a general interest in the area Sometimes students who choose this programme will have built networks or configured servers at home or in industry and want to learn more and gain a qualification in the subject Top 3 Reasons 1 Through this programme you will gain a foundation of technical knowledge problem solving and logical thinking that gives you a competitive advantage in your career For example you will learn how to work with PCs switches routers databases scripts Linux Windows servers virtualisation and security 2 As part of this course you may study for additional professional qualifications offered by Cisco CCENT and CCNA and Microsoft MTA and MCTS 3 Graduates with networking and systems skills are required by all business domains including engineering pharmaceutical finance telecommunications business entertainment and education There is a world of opportunity available to you Graduates have found jobs as IT technicians Customer Support engineers Systems administrators Technical support engineers etc Class Contact Hours Year 1 24 hours per week Year 2 21 hours per week Year 3 18 hours per week Year 4 15 hours per week Year 1 Computer Mathematics Introduction to Scripting Digital Systems Interpersonal Skills Computer Applications Introduction to Computer Networks Operating System Concepts Year 2 Database Design SQL Web Programming Server Side Scripting IT Project Management System Internals Data Formats Building Networks Switching Routing Operating Systems Year 3 Statistics Data Analysis Client Server Database Processing Computer Systems Management Managing Local Area Networks Project Work Placement Year 4 Research Project Distributed Systems Data Communications IT Service Management Security Cryptography plus one elective from the following Digital Forensics Digital Multimedia Information Systems Management Enterprise Development Delivering Business Excellence Entry Requirement Leaving Certificate A minimum of 2 Honours and 4 Passes in six Leaving Certificate subjects including Mathematics and English Irish FETAC Applicants and Mature Applicants Refer to section Entry Requirements for further information CAO Please visit www cao ie for further information on how to apply to

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