Master of Digital Infrastructure Engineering

  • CRICOS code: 108720D

Course overview

  • 3 years full time / 6 years part time
  • On Campus (Parkville)
  • Available to domestic and international students
  • Start Year Intake - February and Mid Year Intake - July


Digital infrastructure engineers work on the systems that connect the physical and digital world. They design the infrastructure for driving sustainable and resilient outcomes for businesses, projects, asset management, and ecosystems.

As a digital infrastructure engineering graduate, you'll work in industries on pressing problems and application solutions across:

  • Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC)
  • Facilities management
  • Quality of public services
  • Societal well-being.

The infrastructure sector in Australia is booming and relying on digital engineering tools like Building Information Modelling (BIM), Internet of Things (IoT) and virtual reality. With digital systems required in many industries, you can meet the demand for skilled people to assist with the transition to digital strategies and systems.

Learn how to position infrastructure, observations, or events using digital resources like satellites, robots, or laser scanning. You’ll integrate this data with statistics, machine learning and data simulations so you can visualise and communicate processes, patterns, and predictions.

Choose your path

If you have a relevant undergraduate major, you'll be able to complete the masters degree in 2 years.

You'll have the option to specialise in areas such as:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Business
  • Communication Infrastructure
  • Construction
  • Energy
  • Industry
  • Information Systems
  • Information Technology
  • Land
  • Mobility
  • Smart Cities
  • Sustainable Cities
  • Water

An industry aligned curriculum

Apply your skills with internships, industry projects, research and innovation challenges.

This program is accredited by the Surveyors Registration Board of Victoria. Provisional accreditation will been sought from Engineers Australia and EUR-ACE.