Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This program develops knowledge and skills in electronic technologies as well as complementary business skills in communication, teamwork and management. Students will go beyond theory to gain their professional, technical, personal and business skills, emerging fully equipped for leadership roles in business and industry. The Master incorporating the Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma, gives graduates from electronic, telecommunications, computer, electrical or related studies the opportunity to develop specialised knowledge of electronic engineering.
Science and engineering graduates and qualified technologists
192 credit points. This incorporates the Graduate Diploma (96 credit points).
Standard entry requirements
- An Australian bachelor degree with a GPA of at least 2.0 out of 4.0 in engineering (computer, electronic, telecommunications, electrical, communication or network), or equivalent
- Or an Australian bachelor degree with a GPA of at least 2.0 out of 4.0 in physics (electromagnetic theory), or equivalent
- Or an Australian bachelor degree in any discipline with a GPA of at least 2.0 out of 4.0 and at least five years' work experience in the electronic engineering industry, or equivalent. Applicants applying on the basis of work experience are expected to have skills in analysis, design, and management within the electronic engineering industry.
This is an articulated program leading from graduate certificate to graduate diploma to master. Students can exit at these levels upon successful completion of relevant subjects. Many graduates also undertake further studies in research and development, often continuing to PhD programs.
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In the private sector, graduates may find work in the design, manufacture and supply of electronic products, systems and services as technical experts, business managers and executive officers. Graduates may also choose to establish their own businesses in the local and international electronic market. In the public sector, electronic engineers work on essential services like telecommunications, transportation, security, defence, health, emergency services and the environment.