Master of Engineering (Telecommunications)
The Master of Engineering (Telecommunications) enables its graduates to demonstrate an understanding of broad engineering/telecommunications knowledge in digital systems, digital communications, networking, security, modelling and simulation, telecommunication system engineering, mobile and wireless modelling, combined with theoretical insights and substantial depth in general management practices. The curriculum involves analysing and planning approaches to technical problems and management issues, where information is used to forecast for planning and research purposes. Specifically the course delivery mode will be based on case study analysis, tests, examination and problem based learning approaches.
The Master of Engineering (Telecommunications) provides a pathway for individuals who are already skilled in engineering to gain commercially important professional skills in telecommunication and networking. The MEng (Tel) course enables students to develop and demonstrate advanced understanding of the principles and practice of Telecommunication Engineering. Students develop skills in industry relevant technologies, and they develop professional skills in independent learning, interpersonal communication, time management, and teamwork.
- Advanced knowledge of the specialist area of telecommunications engineering, administration and management.
- High order skills in the analysis and evaluation in telecommunication engineering and computer networks.
- High order skills in the application of telecommunications engineering and network administration knowledge to problems within the telecommunications industry.
- Advanced skills in communication, collaboration and independent learning.
|Abbreviated title||MEng (Tel)|
|CRICOS code(s)||076147G (Melbourne);|
|Course category||Master’s degree by coursework|
|Hosted by||School of Information Technology & Engineering|
|Duration||2 years full-time (fast track 18 months) or 4 years part-time|
|Semester intakes||Melbourne campus: March, July, November|
Domestic students: full-time, part-time
International students: full-time
|Course fees||Click here for Tuition fees|