Electrical and Electronics Engineering is a rapidly developing field that has a significant impact on our daily lives. Electronics is an essential component for Internet of Things (IoT), consumer electronics such as phones and computing devices, as well as industrial control systems. Electrical systems are changing the way we use energy and resources and will be essential for reducing our carbon footprint in the future. This includes renewable energy, smart power generation, transmission and storage systems, electric cars and transport systems and novel consumer products.
You will learn how to design, manufacture, test, operate and maintain electrical and electronics systems throughout the course.
As a graduate, you will be sought after in industries such as communication, defence, mining and utilities. Opportunities also exist to continue with research into the design of solar cells, energy transmission and energy storage, video transmission and compression and photonics.
You can specialise in electrical and electronics engineering in the following courses:
- Associate Degree of Engineering
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
- Bachelor of Engineering Science
- Bachelor of Engineering Science/Master of Engineering
- Master of Engineering.
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