Electrical Engineering (Hons)

85.00
ATAR
INDICATIVE
4.0
YEARS
full-time equivalent
UNSW CANBERRA
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INTAKE
S1
MODE
Campus
Additional selection criteria: 
Defence Force Recruiting Process
Assumed knowledge: 
Mathematics and Physics. Chemistry (desirable not essential)

Discover where a UNSW Canberra Electrical Engineering degree could take your Defence career.
 
As a Navy graduate you are known as a Weapons Electrical Officer (WEO).  You are responsible for the electronic systems associated with gun and missile control systems, navigation systems, air and ground communications, radar and sonar systems, and data systems.
 
As an Army graduate you choose between the Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (RAEME) or Royal Australian Signals (RASigs) corps.
 
As an Airforce graduate you may choose to work with aircraft on systems responsible for airborne electrical generation and distribution; radar and weapons systems; flight control systems; or airborne communications systems.
 
The Electrical Engineering degree is built on a foundation of mathematics, computer science and physical science.
 
In your final year you specialise in areas such as communications, surveillance and radar, computer engineering or guided weapons electronics and undertake a major research project supervised by a member of academic staff.
 
The Electrical Engineering degree has been designed specifically to meet the needs of the Australian Defence Force.  It develops high-level project management skills and engineering expertise and equips you with the skills you will require to practice as an electrical engineer.
 

Key features:

– UNSW Canberra is the only Australian university to equip engineering students with vocational level competencies, providing a practical foundation for professional Engineers. 

– UNSW Canberra has purpose built workshops and facilities, with dedicated workspaces, workshop tools, machines and welding equipment.

– UNSW Canberra has the best university teacher-to-student ratio in Australia.

Undergraduate Discipline Coordinator (Elec):
Dr Greg Milford
 
Undergraduate Student Enquiries:
Ph: (02) 6268 8348