Master of Engineering
Course summary for current students
|Year||2016 course information|
|Award granted||Master of Engineering|
|Duration||1 year full-time or part-time equivalent|
|Deakin course code||S750|
Note: Offered to continuing students only.
Continuing students should contact their course advisor for further information.
Further course structure information can be found in the handbook archive.
- Course overview
- Career opportunities
- Alternative exits
- Fees and charges
- Course rules
- Course structure
- Details of specialisations
Deakin University's postgraduate Engineering program has been designed to strengthen, build on and extend your understanding of the engineering principles required to build successful engineering careers in Australia and overseas.
As a student, you will gain technical skills, a positive approach to problem solving and the ability to work in a team, enabling you to work on complex projects immediately.
You can choose from specialisms in Engineering Management, Mechanical Engineering Design, Electronics Engineering or Electrical and Renewable Energy Engineering. The specialisms all provide expertise in areas of high demand for graduates.
The Master of Engineering can be undertaken as a stand-alone or exit qualification from the Master of Engineering (Professional) program.
Units in the course may include assessment hurdle requirements.
With strong demand for professional engineers continuing to increase, engineering graduates can be selective about the location and type of employer they want to work for. Employers are looking for graduates who are fully equipped with advanced engineering skills and capable of starting work projects immediately. Graduates of this course may find career opportunities in a wide range of industries associated with their study area producing job-ready graduates that industry is looking for.
|Graduate Certificate of Engineering (S550)|
Students must have access to a suitable computer and a network connection. Information about the hardware and software requirements may be obtained from the School of Engineering, telephone 03 9244 6699.
Fees and charges
This section is for:
- all Commonwealth Supported Place students, or
- domestic fee-paying undergraduate students, or
- all domestic and International students who commenced in 2015 or before.
Your course tuition fees are calculated based on the units you study. The cost of each unit can be viewed by looking up your units in the Handbook Unit Search under the 'Unit based calculation'.
* The Commonwealth supported place (CSP) indicative annual course fee shown in the table below is provided as a guide only. It has been calculated on the basis of a typical enrolment of a student undertaking the course in 2015, and reflects the cost involved in undertaking full-time study within the specified discipline. The actual fees charged by Deakin University, will depend on the individual unit discipline and may vary from the indicative course fee cited, particularly if units are chosen from a number of disciplines.
This section is for:
- all International students who commenced in 2016 or after, or
- all postgraduate domestic student who commenced in 2016 or after.
Your course tuition fees are calculated based on the course you study. The following rates apply:
|Commonwealth Supported Place (indicative)*||Domestic Fee Paying||International Fee Paying|
The rates shown are based on eight credit points (which equals one Equivalent Full Time Study Load - EFTSL). If your study load for the year is less than or more than eight credit points, your fees will be adjusted accordingly. The credit point and EFTSL value of each unit can be viewed by looking up your units in the Handbook Unit Search. To calculate the fee for each unit, take the applicable course fee above, divide it by eight, then multiply it by the credit point of the unit you are studying.
To complete the Master of Engineering, students must attain 8 credit points. Most units (think of units as ‘subjects’) are equal to 1 credit point. So that means in order to gain 8 credit points, you’ll need to study 8 units (AKA ‘subjects’) over your entire degree. Most students choose to study 4 units per trimester, and usually undertake two trimesters each year.
To be awarded the degree of Master of Engineering, a student must successfully complete units with a total value of 8 credit points, as detailed below.
Refer to the details of each specialisation for availability.
- Engineering Management
- Mechanical Engineering Design
- Electronics Engineering
- Electrical and Renewable Energy Engineering
|SEB711||Managing and Developing Innovation|
plus a four credit point specialism.
Details of specialisations
Waurn Ponds (Geelong)
Industry expects professional engineers to lead, develop and manage products throughout their life cycle. The expectations later grow towards marketing, servicing and supporting the product, while ensuring its sustainability. This specialisation has been developed to equip students with the skills employers are looking for by combining engineering project management with engineering leadership. Graduates will have the expertise necessary to devise flexible, real solutions for the challenges faced by today’s engineering leaders.
|SEB723||Engineering Project Management|
Mechanical Engineering Design
Waurn Ponds (Geelong)
Product development and innovation are key drivers for Australian industry. To meet this demand, this specialisation brings together studies in leading computer-aided engineering technologies, and
advanced materials and manufacturing, while drawing on Deakin’s world-class research teams in a practical and applied approach. You will acquire a solid understanding of product and process modelling
and designing for sustainability.
|SEM711||Product Development Technologies|
|SEM712||CAE and Finite Element Analysis|
|SEM722||Advanced Manufacturing Technology|
Waurn Ponds (Geelong)
This specialisation allows students to enhance the skills acquired through their undergraduate degree and specialise in technological areas associated with electronics. Students will have opportunities to explore interests in power systems, instrumentation and process control; sensor networks; and embedded systems.
|SEE701||Control Systems Engineering|
|SEE710||Instrumentation and Process Control|
Electrical and Renewable Energy Engineering
Cloud (online), Waurn Ponds (Geelong)
This specialisation provides unique technical, research and practical learning experiences to prepare graduates for professional and leadership roles in contemporary power system environments.
Students will have access to industry-standard tools and world-class facilities, as well as opportunities to engage with internationally recognised teaching and research staff who have extensive experience in electrical and renewable energy.
|SEE705||Energy Efficiency and Demand Management|
|SEE716||Electrical Systems Protection|
|SEE717||Smart Grid Systems|
|SEE718||Renewable Energy Systems|