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University of Wollongong (UOW)

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Master of Engineering Asset Management (Online Delivery)

  • Masters (Coursework)

The management of engineering assets is rapidly evolving into a recognised discipline.

Key details

Degree Type
Masters (Coursework)
Duration
2 years part-time
Course Code
1561
Domestic Fees
$35,424 per year

About this course

The management of engineering assets is rapidly evolving into a recognised discipline. The vast majority of engineers in Australia, and around the world, are involved in managing engineering assets. Every day decisions are made that affect the lifecycle cost of a company’s highly valued assets and there are increasing expectations to demonstrate competency and transparency in these decisions.

Engineering Asset Management has evolved into a recognised discipline and this course draws on evolving International Standards and best practice to equip current and future asset managers to make rational decisions in an increasingly uncertain world.

The Master of Engineering Asset Management has been uniquely designed for professionals to develop and enhance their skills in the management of assets.

The Master of Engineering Asset Management ensures continuous improvement in the strategic and tactical response of organisations, and their managers, to the management of infrastructure assets.

The management of engineering assets is rapidly evolving into a recognised discipline. Every day engineers need to make decisions that affect the lifecycle cost of the expensive assets for which they are accountable.

This degree

You will regularly engage directly with lecturers online, and interact with your classmates in discussion forums built into our online learning system. The degree provides structured learning and development by a taking a problem-based approach. From a strategic framework you will progressively address problems in designing and managing assets. This is achieved through a balanced program of subjects in asset management, science and engineering, with emphasis on practical applications. You will learn concepts and techniques by evaluating potential solutions to challenges faced by organisations.

What you will study

The subjects you will study include Life Cycle and Risk Management, Maintenance Requirement Analysis, Systems Reliability Engineering, Financial Management for Engineered Assets and an organisational management subject.

Entry requirements

A recognised 4-year Bachelor of Engineering degree, or equivalent.

Applicants must also include a CV providing a brief account of their work history to date.

Level of Study
Bachelor

Graduate outcomes

Graduate satisfaction and employment outcomes for Engineering courses at University of Wollongong (UOW).
75%
Overall satisfaction
84.2%
Skill scale
56.2%
Teaching scale
89.2%
Employed full-time
$105k
Average salary