Applicants to the Master of Engineering (Engineering Management) program are required to have one of the following:
A Bachelor Degree in engineering, science or technology from a recognised higher education institution
A Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma in engineering from a recognised higher education institution
English Language Requirements:
IELTS score of 6.5 (with 6.0 in Reading and Writing)
In the Master of Engineering (Engineering Management) program, you will learn the latest theories related to engineering management and apply them to the core areas, covering project management, supply chain management, operation management and resource management. You will also be immersed in practical industry operation procedures to suit becoming an engineering manager as a future career path.
In addition, as a part of your study, you will develop research skills and use these skills to produce a minor thesis, by working on a topic of your own interest or a possible industry-related project.
If you decide to exit this degree having completed the four courses in the first year of the program, you will receive the Graduate Certificate in Engineering (Engineering Management). If you have completed eight courses in the first year of the program, you will receive the Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Engineering Management).
What you'll learn
In your first year of study you’ll learn about managing the operations of an engineering organisation. Through a choice of core and elective courses, you can study quality management, intelligent production systems, leadership, robotics and automation, procurement and energy management.
In your second year you’ll explore the strategic management of engineering operations. This includes supply chain, enterprise resource, operation management, lean six sigma, project planning and control, and a minor thesis component.
Key to this degree is the development and application of research methods and skills. These will be invaluable when you begin work on your Research Project or Minor Thesis in the second year with a topic of your own interest or possible industry-related project.
There are a wide range of career options for highly qualified engineers and project managers, with employment opportunities in engineering consulting firms, construction companies, and local, state and federal government. You could consider:
energy manager: monitoring and reducing energy usage
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Level of Study Masters Degree (Coursework)
Duration 2 Years
CRICOS Course Code 077355C
English Requirements IELTS Score UG 6
Annual Tuition AUD$38,800.00
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