Advanced Engineering - E6001
Expert master degree
Engineers are the key to the development of society and solving the problems the world currently faces. They have the power to make the world fundamentally different.
The Master of Advanced Engineering is the key transitional stage in your career, transforming you into a global leader. Gain a depth of knowledge, mastering the crucial skills to become a leading contributor in your field.
Customise your degree - the Master of Advanced Engineering offers flexibility to complete your Master degree in just one year, or you can choose a two year option.
This course is designed to extend your knowledge in your chosen specialisation area and advance your leadership and complex problem-solving skills in a cross cultural environment.
Understand, reflect critically upon and apply methods in at least one specialist engineering area to design solutions to complex, multifaceted engineering problems.
Common core units will develop crucial skills in areas such as data analysis and entrepreneurship, translating theory into engineering practice. In discipline core units you will identify, interpret and critically appraise current developments and technologies within your specialisation.
Enhancement units are designed to provide breadth and are taken from either another engineering specialisation or in complementary areas such as information technology and business.
In addition, the two year version of the program offers a range of technical electives that will deepen your understanding of a specific topic, and two, year- long engineering project units. You will work closely with an academic on a topic of your choice and immerse yourself in a multidisciplinary design project.
The Master of Advanced Engineering could also be your stepping stone to a research degree. All of this in highly interactive, expert led classes.
Please note: this course does not provide stage 1 engineering accreditation. Students seeking this accreditation should refer to the Master of Professional Engineering.
At a glance
|2 years/1 year (full time), depending on prior qualifications. See entry requirements.|
|Semester one (February), Semester two (July)|