Electrical and electronics engineering
Electrical and electronics engineers are responsible for the design, construction and project management of power generation, distribution, scheduling and usage; automation and factory control; electronic systems and devices; and integrated circuit design.
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|Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Honours)||Course information for:||Local Students||International Students|
|Master of Engineering||Course information for:||Local Students||International Students|
|Master of Engineering (Professional)||Course information for:||Local Students||International Students|
|Master of Science (Research)||Course information for:||Local Students||International Students|
Why study electrical and electronics engineering at Deakin?
Flexible study options
Deakin gives you the flexibility to fit your studies around your lifestyle, work and other commitments. You can study electrical and electronics engineering on or off-campus, and even switch between study modes to choose the option that suits you best.
Deakin's Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Honours) is accredited by Engineers Australia, which gives the degree international recognition, allowing graduates to practise as professional engineers in many countries around the world.
Diverse study areas
Electrical and electronics engineering at Deakin covers a broad range of study areas including renewable electrical power generation; smart distribution; materials science; urban, industrial, rural and regional power usage; the role of energy production and efficiency in climate change adaptation; Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI); control systems; and electronic device design.
Electrical and electronics engineering graduates can expect to gain employment in power generation and distribution, electronic design, factory control, local government, public works and consulting.
Gain industry experience
As an engineering student you will have the opportunity to take part in industry-based work-integrated learning (WIL), internships and final-year industry-based projects. Industry experience is normally undertaken between trimesters and enables you to acquire practical workplace skills and experience whilst developing valuable professional networks.
Our forthcoming Centre for Advanced Design in Engineering Training (CADET) will provide some of the best future-focussed engineering facilities in the university sector. It will house virtual and real prototyping facilities allowing creative design solutions to be moved almost seamlessly from imagination to reality and then to manufacture in a single journey. Be it new wind turbines, medical devices, sustainable infrastructure, alternative vehicles or robotic aids, CADET will provide the key elements to 'imagineer the ultimate solution'.
Our postgraduate engineering programs with specialisation in electronics engineering aim to strengthen, build on and extend your understanding of the engineering principles required for successful engineering careers in Australia and overseas. You will gain technical skills, a positive approach to problem solving and the ability to work as part of a team while focussing on practical experience and a supervised research or industry project that provides you with the advanced project management skills required to tackle complex, industrially-focused problems head on.
Want to study overseas as part of your degree?
Maybe you should apply for the Global Science and Technology Program. The program enables students to achieve their dreams of a truly global education and includes a $3000 scholarship. Visit the Global Science and Technology Program website to find out more about the program, how it works and where our students are studying overseas. You will also find information about how to apply for this amazing opportunity.