The electrical engineering major provides advanced theoretical understanding and knowledge of current professional engineering practices in electrical engineering. It focuses on the technical discipline area, sustainable and ethical considerations, and evidence-based practices.
This course is suitable for practising engineers who want to change engineering disciplines and attain postgraduate qualifications.
This two-year course provides a developmental path for professional engineers to master skills in selected engineering disciplines and the interaction of those disciplines. Enhance your skills in dealing with more complex engineering problems and interactions between engineering technical domains and the broader context in which they exist.
This course provides post-professional knowledge and skills in a range of engineering disciplines. It will equip you with the abilities to become a leader in your chosen engineering field. The program offers both theoretical understanding, and practical applications of advanced professional engineering practices, with a focus on themed technical discipline areas and sustainable, ethical and managerial abilities.
This course has provisional accreditation with Engineers Australia. Professional accreditation allows graduates to work as a professional engineer in countries that are signatories of the Washington Accord.
Careers and outcomes
You will graduate with advanced, cutting-edge knowledge and skills in a chosen engineering field or engineering management role. You will:
be able to lead and contribute to complex projects and respond rapidly and effectively to current and emerging local and global challenges
have research capacity for evidence-based practice, to imagine and realise change using management strategies, advanced design, collaborative decision-making and innovation in ethical and sustainable ways as appropriate to your role
be strategic in the use of digital technologies
be an effective collaborator and communicator in disciplinary and interdisciplinary contexts with knowledge of and respect for diverse cultural perspectives.
be able to apply integrated computer-based approaches to monitor and manage internal and external resources in an organisation and implement a range of strategies and practices to support organisational objectives such as competitive advantages, innovation, sharing lessons learned, integration and continuous improvement
be able to become a specialist engineering manager within your chosen professional field, in particular, a leader and manager of engineering processes
be capable of undertaking management level roles in operations management, quality control management, logistics, enterprise resource planning, supply chain management and other specialised engineering fields.
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Entry requirements for 昆士兰科技大学
The minimum grade point average (GPA) requirements are based on QUT’s 7.0 point scale where 4.0 is a Pass. Your bachelor degree must be completed and recognised by QUT. Select the country where you completed your studies to see a guide to the grades you need to apply for this course. We accept English language proficiency scores from the following tests - TOEFL iBT - 79, IELTS Academic - 6.5
English language requirements
托福(TOEFL iBT)總分: 79.0
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