Published: 16th May 2022
Well, studying a Master of Engineering Practice will give you the opportunity to build on the skills you’ve learnt in your undergraduate degree to further upskill in your area of passion, future-proofing your career.
The new Master of Engineering Practice will be offered at Murdoch from Semester 1, 2023.
Murdoch Head of Discipline Engineering and Energy, Parisa A. Bahri, said the new course was developed to address the future needs of employers and give graduates a competitive edge in the workforce.
“Using innovative learning and teaching technologies, such as Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality (AR), remote labs and online learning, the new Master of Engineering Practice has been structured to address emerging trends in engineering,” she said.
In this course you can choose to specialise in one of three emerging areas of engineering that will prepare you for a career across a range of industries.
Whichever major you choose, you will develop your professional skills with over 300 hours of practical experience through an integrated professional practice. Find out more about the Master of Engineering Practice.
Still interested in continuing your studies with a postgraduate degree, but engineering isn’t the path for you? Check out the variety of other postgraduate courses available to keep on your Murdoch journey.