Master Electrical Engineering for Modern Sustainable Transport Systems - Máster en Ingeniería Eléctrica para Sistemas Modernos de Transporte Sostenible
The MSysEng is designed for postgraduate scholars with an undergraduate qualification and/or extensive professional experience who wish to develop a high level understanding of the principles and practices of systems engineering and to strengthen their skills in this area.
In addition to the stand alone MSysEng degree award, the following specialisations are also available in this program:
Test and Evaluation
Weapons and Ordnance
completion of a recognized bachelor degree
meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.
The Systems Engineering program aims to allow students to develop a high level of understanding of the principles that shape systems engineering and their implementation through the design, development and application phases.
Students undertaking the MSysEng are required to take 8 coursework courses (48 UOC) from the courses set out below. Students must complete four compulsory courses (24 UOC) and four elective courses (24 UOC) from the list below (or from the electives in the various specialisiations in the MSysEng program). Not all elective courses will be available in a particular year.
ZEIT8226 Systems Engineering Practice (6 UOC)
ZEIT8230 Requirements Practice (6 UOC)
ZEIT8231 Test and Evaluation (6 UOC)
ZEIT8403 Capability Option Analysis (6 UOC)
ZBUS8302 Logistics Management (6 UOC)
ZEIT8136 Software Project Management (6 UOC)
ZEIT8236 System Safety (6 UOC)
ZEIT8302 Project Administration (6 UOC)
ZEIT8303 Project Mgmt Body of Knowledge (6 UOC)
** ZEIT8010 Marine Technology (requires approval)
The option of undertaking a research project worth 12UOC (ZEIT8297 Project - Systems Engineering F/T and ZEIT8296 Project - Systems Engineering P/T) is available to Masters students who obtain a high credit average or better in four courses and is subject to approval by the Program Authority. The project is recommended for those with a strong interest in pursuing original research in a particular area or intending to undertake a higher research degree qualification. Student undertaking the project are unable to enrol in courses from other coursework programs.
Students may, with the approval of the Postgraduate Coordinator, take up to two courses (12 UOC) from other coursework programs.