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close this bookInformation Technology in Selected Countries (UNU, 1994, 148 p.)
close this folder1: Development of information technology in Ireland
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View the document1. Introduction
View the document2. Historical perspective
View the document3. Government policy and the role of key institutions
View the document4. Development of the electronics industry
View the document5. Development of the software industry
View the document6. The telecommunications infrastructure for it
View the document7. Manufacturing applications of information technology
View the document8. IT applications in the service sector
View the document9. The impact of IT on employment
View the document10. Education and training in information technology
View the document11. Summary and implications for developing countries
View the documentAppendix A: IT-related courses in tertiary-level institutions in 1987/88
View the documentAppendix B: EOLAS innovation support programmes
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Appendix A: IT-related courses in tertiary-level institutions in 1987/88

Institution

Course

Degree level


Universities:


Trinity College Dublin

Computer Science Engineering (Electronics) Computer Science, Linguistics and a Language

University College Dublin

Computer Science Electronic Engineering

University College Cork

Computer Science Microelectronics Engineering

University College Galway

Electronic Engineering Manufacturing Engineering

National Institute for Higher Education Dublin

Computer Applications Electronic Engineering Information Technology

National Institute for Higher Education Limerick

Computer Systems Electronic Engineering Computer Engineering Electronic Production Manufacturing Technology

Regional Technical Colleges:


RTC Cork

Computer Studies Electronic Engineering

RTC Galway

Technology (Manufacturing)

RTC Waterford

Applied Computing

Diploma level


Universities:


Trinity College Dublin

Computer Modelling and Simulation

Postgraduate

Computers in Education Computers for Engineering Specialized Technology

University College Cork Postgraduate

Computer Science

NIHE Dublin

Information Technology

NIHE Limerick Postgraduate

Computer Systems

Regional Technical Colleges:


RTC Athlone Postgraduate

Computing

RTC Dundalk National Diploma

Computing Electronics (Manufacturing Service) Electronics (Product Development)

RTC Galway ND

Electronics Engineering

RTC Letterkenny ND

Electronics

RTC Tralee ND

Computing

RTC Waterford Postgraduate ND

Commercial Computing Computer Studies Electronics Engineering Technology (Manufacturing)

Certificate level


Universities:


Trinity College Dublin

Computer Science

Regional Technical Colleges:


RTC Athlone National Certificate

Electronics Engineering

RTC Carlow NC

Computing and Information Technology Electronic Engineering

RTC Cork NC

Electronic Engineering Telecommunications Electronic and Radio Communications Computer Studies

RTC Dundalk NC

Computing Electronics (Manufacturing and Service) Electronics (Product Development)

RTC Galway NC

Computer Programming and Data Processing Electronics

RTC Letterkenny NC

Electronics Computing

RTC Sligo NC

Computer Programming and Data Processing Electronics

RTC Tralee NC

Computing Engineering (Mechtronics)

RTC Waterford NC

Commercial Computing Industrial Computing Electronics Engineering

Plus professional course in

Electronics

Rathmines College of Commerce

Computer Programming and Data Processing

Other Vocational/Technician Courses


College of Technology Kevin Street

Telecommunications and Electronics Electronic Engineering Electronics Computer Science

Limerick College of Art, Commerce and Technology

Engineering (Electronics) Electronics Technician

Source: Adapted from Manpower Consultative Committee, A Guide to Third Level Education Output 1983, Dublin: MCC, 1984, and data sought from educational institutions.