Master of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)Program details
In this flexible program you’ll develop expertise in the analysis, design, implementation, and operation of electrical and electronic devices, systems, and services.
This program will equip you to work at the cutting-edge of developments in:
- electrical energy generation and distribution
- communication and network engineering
- computing technologies
- electronic circuit design and fabrication.
You will also enhance your professional skills in research, problem-solving, communication, teamwork and leadership.
Graduates can find work in a range of industries including electrical engineering, electronic engineering, power generation and distribution, aerospace, automotive, computer, telecommunications, manufacturing, resources, defence and primary.
RMIT University is ranked among the world’s top 100 universities in electrical and electronic engineering (2017 QS World University Rankings by Subject).
Additional campus information
All lectures take place at the Melbourne City campus. Some elective courses require the lab classes to be run at specialised facilities at the Bundoora campus.
How you will learn
In addition to compulsory core courses, you will select technical electives in electrical, electronic, telecommunications, network and computer engineering to match your career goals.
In both years of the program you will undertake major engineering projects to apply your technical skills and develop communication, teamwork and project management skills.
You will also complete 12 weeks of professional engineering experience to develop the graduate capabilities required by Engineers Australia.
Neelu Shrestha was volunteering in rural villages in Nepal when she became interested in engineering as a tool of improvement.
Ranjan Rishi Chambial
Wanting to extend his studies, Ranjan Rishi Chambial chose to study postgraduate electrical and electronic engineering at RMIT because of the degree’s practical focus and international opportunities.