Electrical and electronic engineering
About electrical and electronic engineering
From energy efficient power grids to life-changing medical devices, design the electrical systems powering our lives, at Australia’s leading university.
Develop core skills in communication, control and power systems, signal processing and electronics. Gain valuable industry experience and be inspired by world leading researchers working on state-of-the-art models for future energy systems, automated irrigation networks, energy efficient wireless communications and nano-electronics. Graduate with a higher level qualification that is internationally recognised.
At Melbourne, we’ve designed a unique curriculum aligned with the top institutions of the world, ensuring you graduate with the ideal combination of advanced technical and professional skills valued by employers, and a higher level qualification that is recognised globally.
How to study electrical engineering at Melbourne
Start with a three-year Bachelor of Science degree and choose the Electrical Systems major. Complete a two-year Master of Engineering (Electrical) or Master of Engineering (Electrical with Business) to become an accredited engineer. Or, complete any undergraduate degree at a recognised institution* to study a 2–3 year Master of Engineering (Electrical) or Master of Engineering (Electrical with Business).
*Any undergraduate degree from a recognised institution including the prerequisite subjects outlined on the course pages with a weighted average mark of at least H3 (65%), or equivalent.