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The Master of Engineering integrates leadership, professional development and entrepreneurial activities through a range of channels - including coursework, industry seminars and work integrated learning.
The masters program will develop the core skills needed to act professionally, confidently and independently to be an effective leader and engineer. You’ll learn how to become a strategic and critical thinker, ready to step straight into practice and solve complex problems.
Explore contemporary and complex global issues affecting organisations and master the critical professional skills needed for success. Develop a consciousness of ethics and risk management, understand the language of customer centric co-design and co-creation and practice mindfulness techniques to enhance your critical thinking skills.
Learn how to apply sophisticated data analysis methods to analyse industrial scenarios and make recommendations that support business growth and development. Explore how to build professional relationships and work as part of a team to lead projects and influence decision-making.
Get hands on with authentic, real-world projects and challenges. Join one of the 30+ student teams and clubs, build friendships and professional networks across disciplines, plus get a head start on your career through hands-on, work-based learning.
The Monash Masters Engineering Leadership Program (MMELP) offers employability workshops and seminars to prepare you for industry. The program includes an introduction to Engineers Australia, networking opportunities, industry visits and alumni panels to find out how to succeed as a graduate engineer.
Creativity and entrepreneurialism are at the centre of engineering design education at Monash. The entrepreneurial programs and dedicated design and build spaces can help you to take a startup idea to reality
Monash Industry Team Initiative (MITI) program provides an invaluable experience to work in a multidisciplinary team to solve a challenge or deliver a project for a business partner.
Monash supports active, hands-on learning with some of Australia's best engineering facilities, including the Makerspace, where our student teams get creative, and our newest teaching space, the Woodside Building for Technology and Design, the largest Passive House project in the Southern Hemisphere.
A masters degree gives you a competitive advantage that can set you apart from other job applicants and position you for rapid career advancement and increase your earning potential.
Engineers are in demand. Qualified postgraduate engineers with leadership capabilities, creative thinking and problem-solving skills are highly sought after across all industries and sectors, not just engineering. Your advanced technical and specialisation knowledge, professional skills and real-world experience are needed to drive innovation and create sustainable solutions to global challenges.
Opportunities for postgraduate engineers include:
Our graduates have gone on to successful careers with leading global organisations including Tesla, NASA, Dyson, Google, Nestlè, Tata, Department of Transport, BHP, PepsiCo, Deloitte, Department of Defence, Apple, Rocket Lab, PwC, Environment Protection Authority and United Nations.
Improve your employment outcomes, leverage our world-wide industry connections and set yourself up for career success with a Master of Engineering.
As part of my Master’s course, I worked on a project where we researched and designed what we hope will become the new standard of riding helmets. With help from our industry sponsor, we developed a helmet which would increase the safety of the rider, whilst reducing the helmet weight. Being a part of a research project with industry influence was amazing.