Electrical and Electronic Specialisation

Electrical and Electronic Engineering ranges from the nanometres-thick scale of advanced electronic devices to the kilometres-long scale of power transmission, and everything in between. 


Through the Electrical and Electronic Engineering specialisation at UWA  you will learn to solve problems concerned with the generation and transmission of information and electric power, and the design and testing of electrical and electronic devices, circuits and systems. 

Students will also consider the context of the broader system application within which all of this falls, including economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability constraints.

Career Outcomes

Career opportunities exist in innovative fields such as:

  • Developing sustainable energy solutions
  • Desigining technologies to improve healthcare
  • Creating systems that support industry or communities
  • Designing electronics that transform lives
  • Robatics and automation

Electrical and Electronic Engineering Courses at UWA

Find out more about how you can become an Electrical and Electronic Engineer by studying at UWA

Course Accreditation

The Master of Professional Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) is fully accredited by Engineers Australia

Electrical and Electronic Engineering unit sets

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