Overview of 4 Year Degrees

This page provides an overview of the four year Bachelor of Engineering degrees provided by the School of Electrical and Information Engineering.

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering is a generalist degree which allows a good deal of freedom in later years in the selection of units of study.

A formal description of requirements is provided in the relevant Faculty resolutions on  Electrical Engineering. There is also information on typical enrolments.

Power Engineering

Power Engineering is a specialist degree introduced in 2007. The degree offers an excellent program covering power engineering at both the system and device level. Based on a solid foundation of basic mathematics and physics, the students will gain knowledge of power transmission, distribution and utilisation.

Students may be able to transfer into this degree from another degree such as Electrical Engineering at the end of 1st year or 2nd year.

A formal description of requirements is provided  in the relevant resolutions. There is also information on typical enrolments.

Computer Engineering

The Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering is a specialist degree introduced in 1998. The degree offers a solid program covering computer hardware and software design. The Computer Engineering degree allows students to specialise in various areas including: computer design, integrated circuit design, real-time systems, artificial intelligence, multimedia systems  and communications.

Students may be able to transfer into this degree from another degree such as Electrical Engineering at the end of 1st year or 2nd year.

A formal description of requirements is provided  in the relevant resolutions. There is also information on typical enrolments.

Software Engineering

The Bachelor of Engineering in Software Engineering is a specialist degree introduced in 1999. The degree is designed for students looking for a strong education in software systems and their modern applications. The Software Engineering degree allows students to specialise in various areas including: databases, biomedical systems, telecommunications, computer networks, computer security, electronic commerce, multimedia communication, and real-time systems.

A formal description of requirements is provided  in the relevant resolutions. There is also information on typical enrolments.

Telecommunications Engineering

The Bachelor of Engineering in Telecommunications Engineering is a specialist degree introduced in 1998. The degree offers a solid program covering telecommunications systems. The Telecommunications Engineering degree allows students to specialise in various areas including: satellite communication systems, digital communication systems, optical communication systems and advanced communication networks.

Students may be able to transfer into this degree from another degree such as Electrical Engineering at the end of 1st year or 2nd year.

A formal description of requirements is provided in the relevant resolutions. There is also information on typical enrolments.