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Accelerated unit of study table

## Master of Professional Engineering (Accelerated) (Electrical) |
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To qualify for the award of the Master of Professional Engineering (Accelerated) in this specialisation, a candidate must complete 96 credit points, including: | ||

(a) 12 credit points of Core units as listed below | ||

(b) ENGG5217 Practical Experience | ||

(c) 24 credit points of Foundation units | ||

(d) 36 credit points of Electrical Elective units | ||

(e) 12 credit points of Management Elective units | ||

(f) A minimum of 12 credit points of Project or Research Pathway units as detailed below | ||

(g) Candidates undertaking the Research Pathway, replace 12 credit points of elective units with Research Pathway units |

Unit of study |
Credit points |
A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition |
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## Core units |
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ENGG5202Sustainable Design, Eng and Mgt |
6 | A General knowledge in science and calculus and understanding of basic principles of chemistry, physics and mechanics |

ENGG5204Engineering Professional Practice |
6 | A Competences and experience in engineering obtained during an accepted engineering degree |

ENGG5217Practical Experience |
0 | N ENGP1000 OR ENGP2000 OR ENGP3000 OR ENGG4000 OR CHNG5205 OR AMME5010Students should have completed one year of their MPE program before enrolling in this unit. |

## Foundation units |
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Candidates must complete 24 credit points from the following Foundation units of study. It is recommended that these be taken in the first year of study. | ||

ELEC9104Engineering Electromagnetics |
6 | A Differential calculus, integral calculus, vector integral calculus; electrical circuit theory and analysis using lumped elements; fundamental electromagnetic laws and their use in the calculation of static fieldsN ELEC5730 |

ELEC9203Electricity Networks |
6 | A This unit of study assumes a competence in first year mathematics (in particular, the ability to work with complex numbers), in elementary circuit theory and in basic electromagneticsN ELEC3203 OR ELEC5732 |

ELEC9204Power Electronics and Applications |
6 | A Differential equations, linear algebra, complex variables, analysis of linear circuits. Fourier theory applied to periodic and non-periodic signals. Software such as MATLAB to perform signal analysis and filter design. Familiarity with the use of basic laboratory equipment such as oscilloscope, function generator, power supply, etcP ELEC9704N ELEC5733 |

ELEC9206Electrical Energy Conversion Systems |
6 | A ELEC9203. Following concepts are assumed knowledge for this unit of study: familiarity with circuit theory, electronic devices, AC power, capacitors and inductors, and electric circuits such as three-phase circuits and circuits with switches, the use of basic laboratory equipment such as oscilloscope and power supplyN ELEC5734 |

ELEC9304Control |
6 | A Specifically the following concepts are assumed knowledge for this unit: familiarity with basic Algebra, Differential and Integral Calculus, Physics; solution of linear differential equations, Matrix Theory, eigenvalues and eigenvectors; linear electrical circuits, ideal op-amps; continuous linear time-invariant systems and their time and frequency domain representations, Laplace transform, Fourier transformN ELEC5735 |

ELEC9305Digital Signal Processing |
6 | A Specifically the following concepts are assumed knowledge for this unit: familiarity with basic Algebra, Differential and Integral Calculus, continuous linear time-invariant systems and their time and frequency domain representations, Fourier transform, sampling of continuous time signalsN ELEC5736 |

ELEC9404Electronic Circuit Design |
6 | A A background in basic electronics and circuit theory is assumedN ELEC5737 |

ELEC9405Communications Electronics and Photonics |
6 | A A background in basic electronics and circuit theory is assumedN ELEC5738 |

ELEC9505Communications |
6 | A ELEC9302 or similar. Fourier transform, fundamental in signals and systems theory, convolution, and similar techniquesP ELEC9302N ELEC5739 |

ELEC9506Communications Networks |
6 | N ELEC5740 |

ELEC9515Digital Communication Systems |
6 | N ELEC5744 |

ELEC9607Embedded Systems |
6 | A Logic operations, theorems and Boolean algebra, data representation, number operations (binary, hex, integers and floating point), combinational logic analysis and synthesis, sequential logic, registers, counters, bus systems, state machines, simple CAD tools for logic design, basic computer organisation, the CPU, peripheral devices, software organisation, machine language, assembly language, operating systems, data communications and computer networksN ELEC5741 |

ELEC9608Computer Architecture |
6 | A ELEC9602. Knowledge of digital logic (logic operations, theorems and Boolean algebra, number systems, combinational logic analysis and synthesis, sequential logic, registers, counters, bus systems, state machines, design of a simple computer, and using hardware description languages such as VHDL or Verilog) is required. ELEC9607. Knowledge of microprocessor systems (embedded systems architecture, design methodology, interfacing and programming) is requiredN ELEC3608 |

ELEC9609Internet Software Platforms |
6 | N ELEC5742 |

ELEC9610E-Business Analysis and Design |
6 | A Basic knowledge of Database Management SystemsN ELEC5743 OR EBUS3003 |

## Electrical Elective units |
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Candidates must complete 36 credit points from the following Electrical Elective units of study. | ||

COMP5047Pervasive Computing |
6 | A ELEC1601 and (COMP2129 or COMP2017 or COMP9017). Background in programming and operating systems that is sufficient for the student to independently learn new programming tools from standard online technical materialsN COMP4447 |

COMP5416Advanced Network Technologies |
6 | A COMP3221 OR ELEC3506 OR ELEC9506 OR ELEC5740 OR COMP5116 OR COMP9121N COMP4416 |

COMP5426Parallel and Distributed Computing |
6 | A Experience with algorithm design and software development as covered in (COMP2017 or COMP9017) and COMP3027 (or equivalent UoS from different institutions)N COMP4426 OR OCMP5426 |

ELEC5101Antennas and Propagation |
6 | |

ELEC5203Topics in Power Engineering |
6 | A Competence with linear algebra, differential calculus, numerical methods and Matlab; basic programming skills (Python or Matlab); familiarity with basic physics |

ELEC5204Power Systems Analysis and Protection |
6 | A (ELEC3203 OR ELEC9203 OR ELEC5732) AND (ELEC3206 OR ELEC9206 OR ELEC5734). The unit assumes basic knowledge of circuits, familiarity with basic mathematics, competence with basic circuit theory and an understanding of three phase systems, transformers, transmission lines and associated modeling and operation of such equipment |

ELEC5205High Voltage Engineering |
6 | A The following previous knowledge is assumed for this unit. Circuit analysis techniques, electricity networks, power system fundamentals.P (ELEC3203 OR ELEC9203 OR ELEC5732) AND (ELEC3206 OR ELEC9206 OR ELEC5734) |

ELEC5206Sustainable Energy Systems |
6 | A A background in power electronics converters and control theory such as that covered in ELEC3204/9204 and ELEC3304/9304 is assumed |

ELEC5207Advanced Power Conversion Technologies |
6 | A ELEC3204 |

ELEC5208Intelligent Electricity Networks |
6 | A Fundamentals of Electricity Networks, Control Systems and Telecommunications |

ELEC5211Power System Dynamics and Control |
6 | A ELEC3203 OR ELEC9203 OR ELEC5732. The assumed knowledge for learning this UoS is a deep understanding on circuit analysis and its applications in power system steady state analysis |

ELEC5212Power System Planning and Markets |
6 | A ELEC3203 OR ELEC9203 OR ELEC5732. The assumed knowledge for learning this UoS is power system steady state analysis |

ELEC5213Engineering Optimisation |
6 | A Linear algebra, differential calculus, and numerical methods. Competency at programming in a high-level language (such as Matlab or Python) |

ELEC5304Intelligent Visual Signal Understanding |
6 | A Mathematics (e.g. probability and linear algebra) and programming skills (e.g. Matlab/Java/Python/C++) |

ELEC5305Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing |
6 | A (ELEC2302 OR ELEC9302) AND (ELEC3305 OR ELEC9305). Linear algebra, fundamental concepts of signals and systems as covered in ELEC2302/ELEC9302, fundamental concepts of digital signal processing as covered in ELEC3305/9305. It would be unwise to attempt this unit without the assumed knowledge- if you are not sure, please contact the instructor |

ELEC5306Video Intelligence and Compression |
6 | A Basic understanding of digital signal processing (filtering, DFT) and programming skills (e.g. Matlab/Java/Python/C++) |

ELEC5307Advanced Signal Processing with Deep Learning |
6 | A Mathematics (e.g., probability and linear algebra) and programming skills (e.g. Matlab/Java/Python/C++) |

ELEC5308Intelligent Information Engineering Practice |
6 | A Students must have a good understanding of Linear algebra and basic mathematics, Basic Programming skills in C, Python or Matlab |

ELEC5507Error Control Coding |
6 | A Fundamental mathematics including probability theory and linear algebra. Basic knowledge on digital communications. Basic MATLAB programming skills is desired |

ELEC5508Wireless Engineering |
6 | A Basic knowledge in probability and statistics, analog and digital communications, error probability calculation in communications channels, and telecommunications network |

ELEC5509Mobile Networks |
6 | A ELEC3505 or ELEC9505 AND ELEC3506 or ELEC9506. Basically, students need to know the concepts of data communications and mobile communications. If you are not sure, please contact the instructorP ELEC3505 (Communications) and ELEC3506 (Data Communications and the Internet) or similar units that covers these topics |

ELEC5510Satellite Communication Systems |
6 | A Knowledge of error probabilities, analog and digital modulation techniques and error performance evaluation studied in ELEC3505 Communications and ELEC4505 Digital Communication Systems, is assumed |

ELEC5511Optical Communication Systems |
6 | A (ELEC3405 OR ELEC9405) AND (ELEC3505 OR ELEC9505). Basic knowledge of communications, electronics and photonics |

ELEC5512Optical Networks |
6 | A Knowledge of digital communications, wave propagation, and fundamental optics |

ELEC5514IoT Wireless Sensing and Networking |
6 | A ELEC3305 AND ELEC3506 AND ELEC3607 AND ELEC5508 |

ELEC5516Electrical and Optical Sensor Design |
6 | A Math Ext 1, fundamental concepts of signal and systems, fundamental electrical circuit theory and analysis |

ELEC5517Software Defined Networks |
6 | A ELEC3506 OR ELEC9506 |

ELEC5518IoT for Critical Infrastructures |
6 | A Some background in programming with Python or MATLAB. Background in communication systems. Basic maths. |

ELEC5616Computer and Network Security |
6 | A A programming language, basic maths |

ELEC5618Software Quality Engineering |
6 | A Writing programs with multiple functions or methods in multiple files; design of complex data structures and combination in non trivial algorithms; use of an integrated development environment; software version control systems |

ELEC5619Object Oriented Application Frameworks |
6 | A Java programming, and some web development experience are essential. Databases strongly recommended |

ELEC5620Model Based Software Engineering |
6 | A A programming language, basic maths |

ELEC5622Signals, Software and Health |
6 | A Mathematics (linear algebra and probabilities) and basic programming skills (python/matlab/C++/java) |

## Management Elective units |
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Candidates must complete 12 credit points from the following Management Elective units of study. | ||

ENGG5203Quality Engineering and Management |
6 | A First degree in Engineering or a related discipline |

PMGT5205Professional Project Practice |
6 | N ENGG5205 |

ENGG5214Management of Technology |
6 | A Sound competence in all aspects of engineering, and some understanding of issues of engineering management |

ENGG5215International Eng Strategy and Operations |
6 | A Sound competence in all aspects of engineering, and some understanding of issues of engineering management and globalisation |

## Project units |
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All candidates are required to complete a minimum of 12 credit points of Project or Research units during the final year of study. | ||

Candidates achieving an average mark of 70% or higher are eligible for the Extended Capstone Project. | ||

Extended Capstone Project candidates take Capstone Project units ELEC5020 and ELEC5022 (total 18 cp) in place of Capstone Project ELEC5021 and 6 cp of elective units. | ||

ELEC5020Capstone Project A |
6 | P 96 cp from MPE degree program or 48 cp from the MPE(Accel) program or 24 cp from the ME program (including any credit for previous study) |

ELEC5021Capstone Project B |
6 | C ELEC5020N ELEC5022 OR ELEC5222 OR ELEC5223 |

ELEC5022Capstone Project B Extended |
12 | P 24 credit points in the Master of Engineering and WAM >=70 or 96 credit points in the Master of Professional Engineering and WAM >=70 or 48cp from MPE(Accel) program and WAM >=70N ELEC5021 OR ELEC5222 OR ELEC5223 |

## Research pathway |
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Candidates achieving an average mark of 75% or higher are eligible for the Research Pathway. | ||

Research pathway candidates take Dissertation units ELEC5222 and ELEC5223 (total 24 cp) in place of Capstone Project units and 12 cp of elective units. | ||

ELEC5222Dissertation A |
12 | N ELEC8901 or ENGG5223 or ENGG5222 or ELEC8902In order to enrol in a project, students must first secure an academic supervisor in an area that they are interested. The topic of your project must be determined in discussion with the supervisor. The supervisor can come from any of the Engineering Departments, however, they need to send confirmation of their supervision approval to the Postgraduate Administrator. |

ELEC5223Dissertation B |
12 | N ELEC8901 or ELEC8902 or ENGG5222 or ENGG5223In order to enrol in a project, students must first secure an academic supervisor in an area that they are interested. The topic of your project must be determined in discussion with the supervisor. The supervisor can come from any of the Engineering Departments, however, they need to send confirmation of their supervision approval to the Postgraduate Administrator. |

## Exchange units |
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With approval of the Program Director, up to 12 credit points of Exchange units may be taken in place of other units, towards the requirements of the degree. |