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The Master consists of 192 credit points.
In your first year, you’ll share four common courses with other Master of Engineering programs as well as studying specialist electrical systems engineering courses.
You'll study fundamental areas such as power system analysis and control, electrical energy conversion and electrical plant and have the opportunity to specialise in protection and high-voltage engineering, renewable electrical energy systems and control and real-time estimation and control.
The common core courses develop skills in sustainable engineering, managing innovation and technology, risk and project management, and modelling and simulation. These courses are project-based and structured to replicate the multi-disciplinary team approach of engineers in industry. You’ll work collaboratively with engineering students from other disciplines on real projects drawn from industry. Projects change each year and past examples include a wastewater treatment plant and road/rail separation at level crossings.
In your final semester you will tackle a significant research project, designed to bring together the knowledge and skills gained throughout the program. This project can be drawn from industry or simulate an industry environment.
Plans are variations offered for a program such as specialisations, modes of delivery or location. Browse a plan to see the courses our students are currently studying.
Master of Engineering (Electrical Systems Engineering)
2 years full time, 4 years part time
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