Master of Engineering ME
This endorsed research degree is completed by coursework and a thesis. It aims to provide a research focused learning environment in which students can develop their independent problem solving skills through supervised research.
Study in a number of advanced Engineering courses will provide each student with key technical knowledge to enhance and support their research activities.
The Master of Engineering degree is awarded as an endorsed degree in an area of specialisation: Bioengineering, Chemical and Process Engineering, Civil Engineering, Construction Management, Earthquake Engineering*, Electrical and Electronic Engineering or Mechanical Engineering.
The degree may be awarded with Distinction.
Candidates must normally have completed one of the following:
- BE(Hons) with first or second class honours
- BSc(Hons) degree, with first or second class honours, in relevant subjects
- Postgraduate Certificate in Engineering with a GPA of 5 or more.
Students wishing to enrol in postgraduate study must have completed both the academic and non-academic requirements of the prerequisite degree. This includes practical work days, work reports, a workshop training course and a first aid certificate.
The programme of study must be approved by the Dean. The deadlines for applications are 15 June (for the July intake) and 10 January (for the February intake).
Study for the degree will normally be full-time, but the Dean of Engineering and Forestry may approve part-time enrolment.
16 months to two years full-time or 30 months to four years part-time.
For full requirements see the Regulations for the Master of Engineering (University Regulations website).
Contact the department directly for information about these specialisations:
- Chemical and Process Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Construction Management
- Earthquake Engineering*
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
* Subject to UNZ CUAP approval due December 2012.