This course is designed to allow a graduate in electrical engineering to proceed to further studies in a particular field by means of advanced coursework and a project. This course offers streams in Embedded Systems, Emerging Power Systems, and Telecommunications and Networking. Under the guidance of the course coordinator optional units can provide specialization in areas not covered by the main streams. A one-year, design project must be undertaken to demonstrate technical knowledge and professional skills at postgraduate level.
Master of Engineering Science (Electrical Engineering)
Duration / Intakes:
This fee paying course is two years full-time. The course requires three units (75 credits) per semester for a total of four semesters. Two intakes are offered each year in March and August.
Local / International
* Unit = 25 Credits
|Master of Engineering Science (Electrical Engineering)||3,974 per unit||4,889 per unit|
Registered full-time Duration for International Onshore Students on student visas: 2 Years
A Bachelor of Engineering degree in electronic, communications, electrical, electrical power or computer systems from a recognised university. The degree must include topics on circuit theory, computer programming, probability theory and electronic design. The Head of Department will consider applications from other graduates in engineering on a case-by-case basis.
|314675 v.1 Emerging Power Systems Stream||200.0|
|314677 v.1 Embedded Systems Stream||200.0|
|YEAR 2 SEMESTER 1||HRS/WK||Credit|
|314678 v.1 Research Design Project 610||50.0||50.0|
|YEAR 2 SEMESTER 2||HRS/WK||Credit|
|314679 v.1 Research Design Project 620||50.0||50.0|