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The Master of Engineering (Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering) 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 robotics and mechatronics courses.
You will cover fundamental areas such as:
- mechanical design
- computer programming
- modelling and control
You will have the opportunity to specialise in real-time and process control design and implementation as well as being involved in the state-of-the-art practice of robotics and mechatronics engineering with industrial applications.
The common core courses develop skills in:
- sustainable engineering
- managing innovation and technology
- risk and project management
- 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'll 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.
As part of the Masters you must complete at least 12 weeks of work experience in a professional engineering environment. Work experience completed prior to joining this program and after commencing a relevant bachelor degree (see entry requirements) may count towards the work experience component.
Note: Part-time students should enrol in two courses per semester, beginning with core courses in the first year of study and then moving into the relevant specific courses in year 2 and 3, followed by the research project in year 4.
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Master of Engineering (Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering)
2 years full-time; 4 years part-time
2 years full-time
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