Postgraduate Studies

In a global economy that places a premium on cutting-edge skills and genuine innovation, well-qualified engineers, project managers and IT professionals are highly sought after.

Whether you want to qualify for a new profession, develop further in your current profession or change careers altogether, our specialised postgraduate programs can help you achieve your goals.

Engineering and Professional Engineering

We offer two engineering postgraduate coursework programs: the Master of Engineering and the Master of Professional Engineering. These engineering coursework programs are designed in collaboration with industry and taught by practising industry professionals using real-life case studies.

The Master of Engineering is a specialised program for qualified engineers seeking to move into middle management.

If you want to change careers and become an engineer, obtain accredited qualifications that will enable you to practise in Australia and internationally, or simply move into a different engineering field, you should consider the Master of Professional Engineering.


2015 Postgraduate
Engineering Guide

Project Management and Project Leadership

The faculty offers two coursework programs in this field: the Master of Project Management and the Master of Project Leadership.

The Master of Project Management is is a professional qualification, providing you with a sound educational platform for a career in project management.

The Master of Project Leadership will challenge our understanding of project management and
leadership with its unique approach to innovation and complex, critical thinking.

This professional degree is designed for experienced project managers and senior managers seeking to develop the critical complex thinking and communication skills required for successful organisational leadership.

2016 Postgraduate
Project Management Guide
Information Technology and Information Technology Management

We offer five distinct postgraduate coursework programs for specific stages in your professional career: the Graduate Diploma in Computing, the Master of Information Technology, the Master of Information Technology Management, the combined Master of Information Technology / Master of Information Technology Management and the Master of Health Technology Innovation.

The Graduate Diploma in Computing is designed for graduates with a non-IT background who want to acquire computing skills either to move into the IT industry or enhance their existing career with IT qualifications.

The Master of Information Technology program is designed for professionals and IT graduates who want to build on their existing technical skills or acquire expertise in a new area of IT.

The Master of Information Technology Management program is designed for IT professionals and technically skilled graduates who would like to make the transition into management. It helps develop important non-technical skills such as project management, team communication and analytical thinking in the context of an IT environment.

The two-year combined Master of Information Technology / Master of Information Technology Management program is designed for IT graduates and professionals looking to develop both technical and managerial IT skills. It will equip participants with the broader skill set required to manage highly technical IT teams and projects effectively.

The two year Master of Health Technology Innovation spans the gap between the IT and health sectors. It is designed for technologists in health and related fields seeking to expand their opportunities as health technology specialists or develop a career path in the health profession supported by technological expertise.


2015 Postgraduate
Information Technologies Guide