The Master of Engineering is a flexible postgraduate degree designed for students who don’t have an accredited engineering qualification but who have either completed a non-accredited engineering degree or the equivalent of the first three years of an accredited engineering degree. You can choose from one of eight specialisations: Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mining Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Renewable Energy and Telecommunications.
This Master is designed to provide in-depth knowledge as well as deeper project experience and increased technical confidence across selected research disciplines. You will have the opportunity for continued professional development and be able to update qualifications and knowledge to meet or maintain professional accreditation standards.
Why choose this degree?
This degree allows you to develop your technical knowledge and skills and start your journey into engineering.
Who should choose this degree?
Students looking for an entry point to move into the engineering profession choose this degree.
Degree StructureDegree Handbook
- Civil Engineer
- Electrical Engineer
- Environmental Engineer
- Mechanical Engineer
- Mining Engineer
- Petroleum Engineer
- Renewable Energy Engineer
Accreditation / Professional Recognition
Accredited by Engineers Australia (Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications streams). Mechanical Engineering stream is provisionally accredited by Engineers Australia.
UNSW is currently applying to Engineers Australia for provisional accreditation for Mining Engineering, Petroleum Engineering and Renewable Energy.