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Faculty of Engineering

Masters degrees

A masters degree allows you to build on your previous study by increasing your knowledge in a specific subject area, enhancing your career prospects and understanding.

Engineering students

Depending on your choice of subject major or specialisation, a masters degree will involve one of the following:

  • A research thesis.
  • A research project and course work.
  • Course work only.
  • Master of Engineering

    This programme is a fully research based degree in one of the nine engineering specialisations available.  

  • Master of Engineering Studies

    A course-based programme with the option to include a research project, offered in sixteen specialisations, some with a structured set of course requirements and others with more flexible course options and electives.

  • Master of Engineering Management

    A restricted set of course work and a special management project offered jointly with the Business School.  

  • Master of Energy

    Consists of course work and research with options to concentrate on particular energy types or a wide range of topics.  

  • Master of Operations Research

    A complete research based degree for students with undergraduate backgrounds in Arts, Commerce, Engineering or Science.  

  • Master of Disaster Management

    This taught masters programme is designed to prepare people for careers and leadership roles in disaster management.

  • Master of Engineering Project Management

    This course-based programme is designed to prepare students for careers and leadership in global project management.