Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
La Trobe’s Master of Engineering offers four advanced specialisations to choose from: civil engineering, electronics, manufacturing, or telecommunication and network engineering.Prepare to take on engineering roles in a variety of sectors, from construction and transport to technology and education.Your degree focuses on the advanced skills you’ll need for a successful career – including design, engineering management and innovation. You’ll also learn how to adapt to the emerging technologies that are changing the engineering landscape.Shape your qualification to target your career goals. Choose from a range of electives to enhance your chosen specialisation in either civil, electronic, manufacturing or telecommunication and network engineering. You’ll have the opportunity to work on a range of different projects – previous students have worked in construction, programming, web security and advanced physics.Graduate with the skills and knowledge to design intelligent engineering solutions to the challenges of the future.
- 240 credit points
- specializations include: Civil engineering
- Electronics engineering
- Manufacturing engineering &
- Telecommunication and network engineering
- Engineering management
- Design and innovation
- Risk analysis
- Digital communication systems
- Computer-aided engineering
Standard entry requirements
- 240 credit point pathway (2 years): Successful completion of a 4 year Australian Bachelor degree (or its equivalent)
- 180 credit point pathway – COGNATE ENTRY(18 months): Successful completion of a 4 year Australian Bachelor degree (or its equivalent) in an engineering related field.
- 120 credit point pathway – COGNATE ENTRY(12 months): Successful completion of a 4 year Australian Bachelor degree (or its equivalent) plus honours in an engineering-related field.
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international fees correct Jan 2021