Coursework

Master of Electrical Engineering

    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

    Overview

    From energy efficient power grids to life-changing medical devices – design and manage the electrical systems powering our lives with the Master of Electrical Engineering at Australia’s top university*. You’ll develop unique skills that will allow you to build and improve our power and telecommunications systems and develop future electronic and autonomous devices.

    * Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021

    Choose your path

    Once you’ve started studying, you can specialise in ‘Autonomous Systems’, ‘Electronics and Photonics’, ‘Communications and Networks’ or ‘Low-Carbon Power Systems’. You can also continue without specialising.

    Learn from world leading academics

    Be guided by renowned academics in communications and networks, control and signal processing through to power and energy systems. Our electrical engineers are working on state-of-the-art models and tools for our future energy systems, automated irrigation networks, energy efficient wireless communications and nano-electronics.

    Industry aligned curriculum

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

    Internationally recognised qualification

    Access engineering careers around the world with dual accreditation in the Master of Engineering.

    Guaranteed CSPs for Melbourne graduates

    Domestic students who have completed a Bachelor degree at the University of Melbourne with a weighted average mark of 65% are guaranteed a CSP in the Master of Electrical Engineering, provided you meet the pre-requisites and CSP eligibility requirements.

    Domestic students enrolled in a Graduate Degree Package into the Master of Electrical Engineering are guaranteed a CSP.