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Digital Health & Medical Technologies

Working with healthcare clinicians and other medical experts, students will acquire a solid grounding in the culture and ethics of engineering for the healthcare industry. Students benefit from a multi-university partnership, attending modules at Dublin City University, the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland and Maynooth University.

Entry requirements

Normally requires a minimum high 2.1 grade in a BSc/BEng honours degree in electronic engineering, computer science. For international students whose first language is not English, an English language exam certificate showing IELTS 6.5 (or equivalent) is required.

Duration

3U02F 1 year Full-time

Careers or further progression

Careers
This programme will empower graduates to be the next generation of innovators and entrepreneurs in the healthcare technologies sector. Within healthcare services, graduates will find work in software and engineering of healthcare systems and in developing new medical and clinical devices.

Further enquiries

Contact us about this course
Programme Director: Dr Noel Murphy
Tel: +353(0)1 7005433
Email: noel.murphy@dcu.ie
Website: http://3u.ie/study-with-3u/3u-academic-programmes/postgraduate-students/...

For further Information please contact:
Irene McEvoy
Tel: +353(0)1 700 6857
Email: irene.mcevoy@dcu.ie

Subjects taught

Course Structure
Module themes include medical sciences, biomedical engineering, advanced control theory, computer vision, healthcare ethics, law, risk management and signal modelling and compression.

Comment

Engineering is perhaps best defined as the science of creating innovative, efficient and useful systems to serve society in almost every domain of endeavour. It is a creative and intellectually-challenging profession for people who want to solve real world problems and participate in the development of technology, systems, and devices, both locally and globally. Engineering at Maynooth immerses students in all the key elements of electronic and computing systems to prepare them for their professional career.

Course fee

In general, there are two levels of fees payable. EU students from EU countries including Ireland pay a subsidised level of fees for both taught courses and research programmes. Tuition fees for students from outside the EU are not subsidised and are thus somewhat higher than for EU students.

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