Which Professional Engineering major is right for me?
With the ability to choose from many specialisations, you can explore your passion for Engineering in so many ways with a Masters of Professional Engineering. It can be helpful to reflect on your professional experience and what specifically your passionate about when choosing your specialisation. Once you identify what you love and your goals, it will make your decision easier when it comes to selecting your degree.
Aerospace Engineering - A Masters in Aerospace Engineering (or equivalent) will equip you with the skills needed to help improve green and fuel-efficient technologies. Examine airworthiness and flight handling in normal and emergency situations by developing rockets and spacecrafts, aircraft or aerospace equipment.
Agricultural Engineering - With an emphasis on practical experience and industry relevant courses, you will complete 60 days of industry experience and a research project, preparing you for your career in agricultural engineering.
Civil Engineering - An ideal stepping stone if you hold a 3-year engineering degree but have limited work experience. Enhance your research skills with a research project or dissertation and have the opportunity to use your Masters of Civil Engineering qualification as a springboard for further research degrees.
Electrical & Electronic Engineering - Whether this is the exploration of signalling devices for road and rail or the most efficient transmission of power, renewable energy or energy storage, a Masters in Electrical Engineering (or equivalent) research project will provide you with insight into the profession of an Electrical and Electronic Engineer.
Engineering Management & Enterprise - What you will learn during a Masters in Engineering Management qualification will vary depending on where you choose to study. At UniSQ an Engineering Mangement & Enterprise specialisation with equip you with the skills to lead complex engineering projects and teams, as well as develop your entrepreneurial skills.
Environmental Engineering - A Masters in Environmental Engineering will enhance your existing engineering knowledge by developing an understand of public health engineering, environmental problem solving, soil science and the treatment of soil and liquid waste.
Mechanical Engineering - When you study a postgraduate Mechanical Engineering course or Masters in Mechanical Engineering, you will learn about advanced principals of dynamics, renewable energy technology, fibre-reinforced composites, system design and fluid mechanics.
Power Engineering - Develop your knowledge through emphasis on practical experience and learn about the principles and application of power electronics, real-time systems, electricity supplies and metering, as well asset management.
Structural Engineering - Whether this is permanent affordable housing for developing countries or performance testing of concrete, your project will gain the skills and knowledge needed to provide insight to the profession of a Structural Engineer.
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