MAJ03537 Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Electrical and electronic engineers combine knowledge of sensing devices, communications technologies and traditional and renewable energy generation systems to develop intelligent, connected smart grids. They create infrastructure that underpins modern sensing and control systems used in power systems, industrial control and other real-time systems. Graduates can also work in more traditional electrical or electronic engineering roles.
Students in this major must select the Electrical and Electronic Engineering specialist stream (STM91414) in lieu of electives.
|STM91775 Electrical and Electronic Engineering common core||54cp|
|STM91774 Electrical Engineering core||18cp|
|CBK92203 Electrical Engineering options||12cp|
|STM91777 Electronic Engineering core||24cp|
|41029 Engineering Research Preparation||6cp|
|41030 Engineering Capstone||6cp|