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Power Engineering

Course overview

A postgraduate specialisation in Power Engineering is concerned with the study of power systems, specifically electric power generation, electric power transmission and electric power distribution, power conversion, and electromechanical devices.

This will provide you with advanced skills to plan, design, construct, operate and maintain power systems and equipment.

Areas of study include high-voltage engineering, sustainable energy systems and power systems analysis and protection.

This degree has been given full accreditation at the level of Professional Engineering by the industry governing body, Engineers Australia.

Course requirements

Candidates for the Master of Professional Engineering (Power Engineering) complete 144 credit points as listed in the unit of study table.

They also complete 12 weeks of practical experience.

For more information on units of study and degree program requirements visit CUSP.