Master of Electrical Engineering
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Postgraduate study in Electrical Engineering allows students to consolidate a specialisation from an undergraduate degree, change direction to a new area within the field, or lay the foundation for a career in research and development.
The Master of Engineering (Electrical Engineering) is perfect for students who want to develop their technical knowledge and skills, and earn a degree accredited with Engineers Australia. The degree enables students to specialise in Electrical Engineering, and gain a depth of knowledge across a broad range of areas including signal processing, energy systems, control systems, microsystems and photonics.
The Master of Engineering takes two years to complete and industrial training is a component of the program. A typical program structure includes: six Disciplinary Knowledge Courses, five Advanced Disciplinary Knowledge Courses, two Engineering and Technical Knowledge Courses, one Design course and two Research Project Courses.
The Master of Engineering is designed for those students who do not have an accredited engineering degree, but do have either a non-accredited engineering degree, or have completed the equivalent of the first three years of an accredited engineering degree.
Students need a four year equivalent Engineering degree with a minimum 70% average† in Electrical Engineering or similar.
Sample Program Outlines*
Choose 6 from
|Course code||Course name||Notes|
|ELEC4601||Digital and Embedded Systems Design|
|ELEC4602||Microelectronic Design and Technology|
|ELEC4603||Solid State Electronics|
|ELEC4611||Power System Equipment|
|ELEC4612||Power System Analysis|
|ELEC4613||Electrical Drive Systems|
|ELEC4617||Power System Protection|
|ELEC4621||Advanced Digital Systems Processing|
|ELEC4622||Multimedia Signal Processing|
|ELEC4631||Continuous - Time Control System Design|
|ELEC4632||Computer Control Systems|
Choose 5 from
|Course code||Course name||Notes|
|ELEC9701||Mixed Signal Microelectrical Design|
|ELEC9702||Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit Design|
|ELEC9703||Microsystems Design and Technology|
|ELEC9711||Advanced Power Electronics|
|ELEC9712||High Voltage Systems|
|ELEC9713||Industrial and Commercial Power Systems|
|ELEC9714||Electricity Industry Planning and Economics|
|ELEC9715||Electricity Industry Operation and Control|
|ELEC9721||Digital Signal Processing Theory and Applications|
|ELEC9722||Digital Image Processing|
|ELEC9731||Robust and Linear Control Systems|
|ELEC9732||Analysis and Design of Non-Linear Control|
|ELEC9733||Real Computing and Control|
* The programs outlined above are intended as a guide only. The Faculty of Engineering reserves the right to change any information herein without prior notice. Students should seek approval from their relevant Schools before using these guides.
† Minimum 70% average as determined by the UNSW Postgraduate Entry Score Calculator in a relevant discipline. (Minimum 75% from a non-211 university in China). Find the Postgraduate Entry Score Calculator here.