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The Engineering (Honours) masters accelerated pathway scholarship is for eligible students intending to enrol in the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Masters vertical double pathway.
The scholarship is valued at $6000 per 48 credit points of study for the minimum number of credit points required to complete the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree, plus an additional $6,000 for the Master of Engineering component, with a total value up to $30,000.
Monash offers alumni who completed their undergraduate studies in the last five years a 10% discount on full-fee courses commencing in 2021. The 10% discount is applied to your course fees for each semester, and applies to the first 48 credit points of a master’s program.
A four-year Bachelor of Engineering (or equivalent) in a discipline relating to the specialisation to be studied within the Master course as approved by the Faculty, with at least high credit (65%) average (Australian equivalent).
Monash minimum: Level A, that is:
The course comprises 48 points structured into three parts:
These units are designed to establish IT literacy and develop essential skills that translate theory into engineering practice and research.
In this part, you will identify, interpret and critically appraise current developments and advanced technologies to synthesise evidence-based design solutions within your specialisation.
This unit is designed to provide breadth; either outside of the chosen engineering specialisation and/or in disciplines allied with and supportive of engineering.
For course progression and information regarding the structure of the degree, refer to the course maps.
There are six masters specialisations to choose from to advance your technical skills and broaden your knowledge to: