Part time Master's Degree in Engineering in Bentley in Australia

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In order to successfully obtain a Masters qualification, you will need to obtain a number of credits by passing individual modules. Most taught Masters will have a number of core modules which you must take and pass in order to obtain the qualification. The assessment of research Masters is almost always entirely by a single dissertation module or project.

Improvements made to manmade things such as tools, structures and machines are largely due to the efforts of people in the field of engineering. These people combine creativity with mathematics and worldly knowledge, resulting in innovation.


Australia has the third largest number of foreign students in the world despite having a community of only 23 million. These are strong academic credentials, but Australian institutions are just as highly ranked as the cities that house them around the native land.

Bentley, an established suburb full of education centres. A number of universities and colleges are available, and a variety of off campus accommodation can be found with fewer difficulties.

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Master of Engineering Science (Electrical Engineering)

Curtin University
Campus Part time 2 years February 2017 Australia Bentley

This course is designed to meet the needs of electrical, electrical power, electronic and telecommunication engineers who are looking to open up their career prospects. [+]

Part time Masters in Engineering in Bentley in Australia. Master of Engineering Science (Electrical Engineering) This course is designed to meet the needs of electrical, electrical power, electronic and telecommunication engineers who are looking to open up their career prospects. You will specialise in one of three majors: Emerging Power Systems, Telecommunication and Networking, or Embedded Systems. Among a wide range of optional units, you may study electrical power, renewable energy, communications and computer engineering at the system level and the component level. The course is designed to allow you to undertake further studies in a field of your preference through advanced coursework and a major project, ultimately developing a prototype and presenting a formal thesis on the outcome. With the approval of the course coordinator, you may also include a unit from the Curtin Business School, or the Department of Computing, or the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. EMERGING POWER SYSTEMS (314675) Global demands on resources have placed an urgent emphasis on supplying a growing population with affordable, environmentally responsible power. How we manage this challenging paradigm will rely on a new generation of creative, technically savvy engineers. Since fossil fuels are a finite resource, the development of alternative sources of electrical energy such as solar and wind is vital. The challenges that face you as a power engineer include interfacing renewable sources to the electricity distribution system, maintaining stability in the presence of many small energy sources and guaranteeing an electrical supply in the presence of intermittent sources such as solar power. This major addresses challenges in the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity. Emergent technologies like smart grid and distributed generation are covered in detail. You will have the opportunity to further investigate and apply emergent technologies through your project work. TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKING (314676) The electronics and communication fields represent two of the greatest growing technology areas in the world. With the rapid progress of information technology, the role of communications is becoming even more crucial for increasing industry efficiency and competition – whether machine talking to machine, computer with computer or human with human via a wide array of methods. This major explores relevant topics in telecommunications and networking like mobile radio communications and data network security. The wide range of optional units includes topics such as computer architectural philosophies, LAN and WAN technologies, electromagnetics, error control coding, troubleshooter management, legal frameworks, and system design. You will also have the opportunity to further investigate a specialist area and apply your skills and knowledge through your project work. EMBEDDED SYSTEMS (314677) Our world is characterised by the ever-increasing number of intelligent devices which have inbuilt or 'embedded' computers. Computers in the form of microprocessors are being embedded in almost every other form of system to control them or provide additional services, creating a strong demand for electrical engineers in all industrially advanced nations. In this major, you will study intermediate and advanced topics in embedded systems, for example, embedded systems in field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and embedded software engineering. You will have the opportunity to further investigate and apply emergent technologies in embedded systems through your chosen advanced project. Credit for previous study Applications for recognition of prior learning (RPL) are assessed on an individual basis. Australian & NZ students ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: A bachelor degree in electronic, communications, electrical, electrical power or computer systems engineering from a recognised university. WHERE: Bentley WHEN: February or July HOW: Full-time or part-time STUDY: On-campus DURATION: Expected completion: 2 years International students 2015 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: Minimum English language entry requirements: IELTS ACADEMIC (INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTING SYSTEM) Writing 6.0 Speaking 6.0 Reading 6.0 Listening 6.0 Overall band score 6.5 Certificate in Advanced English (CAE): Grade C Pearson Test of English Academic: 58 WHERE: Bentley WHEN: February or July HOW: Full-time STUDY: On-campus DURATION: 2 years full-time [-]