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Electrical and Electronic Engineering degrees


Electrical and electronic engineers play a significant role in practically every human activity - be it a phone conversation, a family dinner or gold mining. At UniSQ you will get hands-on experience with equipment used in telecommunications, instrumentation and control, industrial automation, electricity generation, renewable energy and bio-medical applications. 

Explore UniSQ's Electrical and Electronic degrees

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After working as an electrician for 8 years, I realised I wasn’t being sufficiently challenged. I wanted to use math and sciences more, which I had enjoyed at school. Electrical engineering at UniSQ ticked these boxes and was a logical progression for me.
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What can I do with a degree in electronic or electric engineering?

Electronic and electrical engineering courses at UniSQ provide you with the expertise to find success in a range of fields through the professional development of industry-relevant skills. Your newly-acquired skills can be taken forward in both the public and private sectors.

UniSQ is also home to a supportive community that prioritises diverse and efficient learning to ensure all students can grow to become leaders in their field. Studying electrical engineering at UniSQ will prepare you for a wide range of career avenues, including:

  • Electrical and electronic engineering officer
  • Electrical or electronic engineering technologist
  • Electrical or electronic drafter/designer
  • Electrical maintenance technician/planner
  • Senior technical officer
  • Senior engineering officer
  • Power systems technician
  • Telecommunications technician
  • Technical officer
  • Engineering support officer
  • Computer engineer
  • Robotics engineer
  • Biomedical engineer
  • And many more!

At UniSQ, we are dedicated to providing the perfect stepping stone for you to embark on a rewarding electronic and electrical engineering career. Whether you’re looking to undertake an undergraduate or postgraduate electrical engineering degree online, on-campus, or a combination of the two, you’ll have access to state-of-the-art learning facilities, equipment and teaching staff.

What are the pathways to entry for an electronic or electrical engineering degree?
At UniSQ, we know that there isn’t a ‘one size fits all’ approach to university learning. That’s why our electrical and electronic engineering courses can be studied online or on-campus, at your own pace. Whether you’ve just completed Year 12, haven’t studied in a while, or have a VET, TAFE or other relevant qualification, if you don’t meet the entry requirements for your chosen degree, you’ll be able to enter through one of our pathway programs.
Why study an engineering degree with UniSQ?
When you study electronic and electrical engineering courses at UniSQ, you’ll be exposed to an educational atmosphere that fosters intellectual curiosity in a supportive, diverse and inclusive learning environment. Our staff have years of experience in their fields, leveraging industry-leading equipment and facilities to develop programs that focus on effective learning and professional growth. Depending on your chosen degree, you’ll also experience the flexibility of choosing your study mode, whether that be part-time or full-time, online or on-campus, or a combination of these.
How do I know which degree is right for me?
If you want to be a driving force for positive technological change and evolution in engineering for areas such as telecommunications, automation, electricity, renewable energy, then an electronic and electrical engineering degree might be the perfect fit for you. The best approach is to study a field that you are interested in, so you can lay a solid foundation for a rewarding career.

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