Become an engineer for the future.
Digital innovations are transforming the electronics industry. Climate change and rising energy prices are driving the demand for sustainable energy solutions. Engineers need specialised skills in electronics to help meet the demand for disruptive technology. Developed in consultation with industry leaders, La Trobe's Master of Engineering (Electronics) is designed to help you succeed in Industry 4.0.
You'll develop specialised knowledge in emerging technologies - big data, signal processing and human-machine augmentation. A focus on sustainable engineering practices will show you how to align future projects with environmental regulations and standards.
Build hands-on skills using Altium, Vivado, MATLAB, LabView, and other design systems at La Trobe's Centre for Technology Infusion. With our 6-month Work Integrated Learning (WIL) options, you'll work first-hand with industry leaders such as German Aerospace Centre and BAE Systems. You'll build industry connections and see how engineering is practiced first-hand. A A$10 000 scholarship is also available for eligible students to support your study.
One year of advanced standing may be available to engineering graduates with a four-year Bachelor's degree with Honours from another Australian university.
The qualification awarded on graduation is recognised in the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) as Level 9.
Possible career paths include: