The Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) at University of Newcastle sets new benchmarks in industry excellence.

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical)

What you will study

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The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical) focuses on academic and professional training to produce self-confident, well equipped, 'job ready' graduates with dynamic career opportunities.

When you study an electrical engineering degree at the University of Newcastle you will cover a range of content including foundation studies in mathematics, physics and electrical engineering fundamentals. You will also study power generation and distribution, telecommunications equipment, signal processing, and analogue and digital electronics.

In years three and four of your electrical engineering degree you will have the opportunity to choose from a selection of elective courses including analogue electronics, power electronics, control and automation, computer hardware, electromagnetics, microprocessor applications, power systems, signal processing and telecommunications.

You will undertake either a research or industry related project in your final year of study and will also benefit from a 12 week work placement.

For a full list of available courses and study options, please see the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical) handbook.

Combined degrees

There are a couple of combined degree options if you're interested in a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical). The following combinations can be completed in five years, when you study full-time:

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical) / Bachelor of Business

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical) / Bachelor of Mathematics

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