Engineering @ University of Melbourne

The Melbourne School of Engineering is Australia’s oldest engineering school, inaugurated in 1861. Located at the Parkville campus, it offers students who have already completed an undergraduate degree a Masters of Engineering (Civil). With 2,700 students studying all types of degrees offered by the School, 700 of them are completing the Masters degrees, and there are 400 PhD students.

Master of Engineering (Biomedical) (postgraduate study only)

Master of Engineering (Biomedical) (postgraduate study only)

Students can choose to specialise in Biomedical Engineering once completing an undergraduate degree from the Melbourne New Generation degrees, specifically Commerce; Science; or Biomedicine, with Bioengineering Science as their major.

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Master of Engineering (Biomolecular) (postgraduate study only)

Master of Engineering (Biomolecular) (postgraduate study only)

The Master of Engineering (Biomolecular) is usually one of the postgraduate programs pursued by undergraduate students who have completed a Chemical Systems major. In this program, students will learn how looking at things at the molecular level can have big outcomes in creating industries from plants and animals.

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Master of Engineering (Chemical) (postgraduate study only)

Master of Engineering (Chemical) (postgraduate study only)

This degree is for students who have completed an undergraduate degree, and are looking forward to specialising in Chemical Engineering, which is the study of how raw materials can be turned into the things that our world relies on: namely petrol, plastics and pharmaceuticals.

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Master of Engineering (Civil) (postgraduate study only)

Master of Engineering (Civil) (postgraduate study only)

The Master of Engineering (Civil) is the postgraduate course for students who wish to graduate as civil engineers.

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Master of Engineering (Electrical) (postrgraduate study only)

Master of Engineering (Electrical) (postrgraduate study only)

For students who have undertaken an Electrical Systems major - or even those who have not - this Master program is for anyone interested by the idea of how electronics can wildly change how the world works.

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Master of Engineering (Environmental) (postgraduate study only)

Master of Engineering (Environmental) (postgraduate study only)

For students who have completed a Civil or Physical Systems major in their undergraduate studies - or even those who have not - this degree will see you study how sustainability management actually works.

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Master of Engineering (Geomatics) (postgraduate study only)

Master of Engineering (Geomatics) (postgraduate study only)

Geomatics is the study of mapping and the science and technology of measurement. In this Master program, students can study to become specialised in knowledge based around GPS systems, satellites, computer software and land management.

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Master of Engineering (Mechanical) (postgraduate study only)

Master of Engineering (Mechanical) (postgraduate study only)

A Master in Engineering (Mechanical) focuses on two main sciences: the science of power, and the science of motion. Together, these sciences are the basis for designs relating to energy in many forms.

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Master of Engineering (Mechatronics) (postgraduate study only)

Master of Engineering (Mechatronics) (postgraduate study only)

A Master in Mechatronics Engineering will see students who are interested in mechanical, computing and electronic fields, combine these studies in one place. Mechatronic engineers are highly sought after because of their range of skills.

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Master of Engineering (Software) (postgraduate study only)

Master of Engineering (Software) (postgraduate study only)

For students who are interested in combining their interests in IT and Engineering, the Master of Engineering (Software) is for you.

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