The course aims to provide broad-based power electrical engineering associate engineers to meet the needs of industry. The general fields of study are Renewable Generation, Transmission and Distribution, Plant Automation, Motor Control, Power Systems Planning, and Industrial Management and Services. The syllabus is designed to prepare graduates for work in electrical power and automation systems. The high academic standard of the course is complemented by a strong emphasis on applications and project work. State-of-the-art lab equipment and software prepares graduates for the work environment. Class work is supplemented by field trips to major employers within the greater locality.
For admission to a programme, standard applicants must
Leaving Certificate examination in five subjects i.e. Grade O6 or H7 in five subjects. The five subjects must include Mathematics, and either English or Irish.
You need to complete credit hours to successfully obtain this degree. Please check detail of study units at https://www.cit.ie/course/CR062
The aim of Electrical Engineering is to generate, distribute and apply electrical energy safely and economically, and in a sustainable way for future generations to come. This includes the design of renewable generation distribution systems and combined heat and power systems for domestic, commercial, medical, leisure and industrial places of living and working.
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