The Master of Engineering Technology in Electrical and Electronic Engineering is a 60 ECTS* credit postgraduate programme, designed to equip graduates and professionals for a career in the electricity sector. The programme offers deep knowledge of modern electrical engineering technologies, coupled with a strong focus in industrial design on power and energy applications. Graduates and professionals will acquire theoretically-grounded as well as practice-oriented skills that are relevant to the industry.
This programme is tailored for working professionals. Classes are conducted on weekday evenings.
*ECTS: European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System, a credit system designed to make it easier for students to move between different countries.
Students are required to complete 8 coursework modules and a 12 ECTS credit project, amounting to a total of 60 credits.
- EEE6001 Power Systems Analysis and Control 6
- EEE6002 Power Electronic Conversion 6
- EEE6003 Electrification for Transportation and Built Environment 6
- EEE6004 Power Systems Fault Analysis and Protection 6
- EEE6005 Power Quality and Reliability 6
- EEE6006 Smart Grids and Cyber Security 6
- EEE6007 Analysis and Design of Electrical Machine Systems 6
- EEE6008 Condition Monitoring in Power Engineering 6
- EEE6009 Energy Resources, Market and Economics 6
- EEE6010 Professional Practices in Power Engineering 6
- EEE6100 Master of Engineering Technology Project 12
Applicants must possess the following:
- a relevant Bachelor degree from a recognised university; and
- at least one year of relevant working experience (including internship experience)
Relevant degrees include: a) the BEng (EPE) Degree awarded by Newcastle University; or b) the BEng (EPE) Joint Degree awarded by SIT and Newcastle University.