Whether you want to advance your career or deepen your technical skills, or both, UTS offers a wide range of master's degrees and graduate certificates to suit your needs.
Choose a technical course if you would like to further develop your specialist knowledge or a management course if you would like to transition from a technical to a management role, integrating engineering, technology and management.
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If you're an engineer or technical specialist or wish to expand your managerial skills within a technology-based organisation, then the Master of Engineering Management is the ideal course for you.
This course enables you to update your understanding of recent advances in engineering, technology and business practice.
This double degree provides all the advantages of a generalist Master of Business Administration with a focused engineering management program.
If you're an engineer or technical specialist looking to take a leadership role in the area of environmental engineering, then the Master of Environmental Engineering Management is for you.
The Graduate Certificate in Environmental Engineering Management enables you to develop a background and competence in environmental management, addressing issues that are high on the political and professional agenda.
This double degree will assist you to deepen the technical skills and knowledge acquired in your undergraduate degree by focusing on a major of your choice.
If you're an engineer or technical specialist wishing to deepen and expand the technical knowledge you gained during your first degree, then the Master of Engineering is the ideal course.
All subjects are taken from the Master of Engineering, which means this course can be fully credited towards the master's program, should you wish to continue your studies.
In addition to the course structure of the Master of Engineering, the extension course includes a sub-major worth 24 credit points. You can either start in this course or progress into it after completing at least one session of the Master of Engineering.
If you're a professionally qualified engineer seeking the opportunity to complete an in-depth exploration of specific engineering aspects, then the Master of Engineering (Advanced) is the ideal course.
If you're an engineer or technical specialist wishing to move into a new field of engineering, then this course is the ideal place to start. It is also ideal for those who hold a TAFE diploma (or equivalent) in engineering with significant work experience.
Master of Professional Engineering (Biomedical, Civil, Cyber Security, Robotics or Mechanical)
This course provides an opportunity at master's level for recently graduated engineers who have completed either a three or four-year Bachelor of Engineering or Technology and continue in the field of specialisation. The course also provides an opportunity to be prepared to embark on a 12-week professional experience, or equivalent (as required by Engineers Australia).
We also offer the chance to incorporate a Nokia certification into your course.
The following majors are available in our Master of Engineering and Graduate Certificate in Engineering courses:
Computer Control Engineering
Cyber Security Engineering
Energy Planning and Policy
Manufacturing Engineering and Management
Software Systems Engineering
No specified major
Master of Engineering Management (Shanghai – Chinese)