||BE (Computer Systems Engineering)|
| ||Computer systems engineering is concerned with the design and management of computer-based systems, for both embedded systems and more conventional computers such as personal computers (PCs) and personal digital assistants (PDAs). Computer systems engineers have the additional skills to produce the software that runs the hardware, and to integrate computer products into larger systems. They are involved in the design, construction and programming of equipment used in the telecommunication industry such as processing of voice signals, satellite communication signals and geophysical data. Students develop electrical engineering and information technology knowledge, in conjunction with professional skills.|
|Links: ||Computer Systems Engineering |
|Keywords: ||Computer Systems Engineering |
||BE (Electrical Engineering)|
| ||Electrical engineering is concerned with electrical and electronic devices and systems. Electrical engineers contribute to almost every sector of society: for example, home theatre entertainment systems, mobile phones, power generation, digital cameras and television to enhance our lifestyle; medical imaging systems for improved healthcare; electrical appliances for homes; scientific instruments for laboratories; lasers for reliable high speed communication; handheld multimedia devices to provide information on the move; satellite systems for remote sensing of the environment; and reliable mobile and fixed energy systems to power all of these. |
|Links: ||BE Electrical Engineering|
|Keywords: ||Electrical Engineering|
||BE (Mechatronics Engineering)|
| ||Mechatronic engineering is the integration of precision mechanical engineering with electronics, computer systems, and advanced controls to design and construct products and processes. Mechatronic engineering is one of the newest branches of engineering with far-reaching applications to every sector of society. The mechatronic engineering program provides a broad-based education in the basic principles of electrical, mechanical and computer engineering. |
|Keywords: ||Mechatronic Engineering|
||Bachelor of Information Technology (BInfTech)|
| ||The program is project-focused, with a solid base in theory and a wide range of programming languages. In your first two years, you have courses based on 4 different languages, including industry standards like SQL, C and Java (C++ is also an option). The program is flexible enough to allow you to direct your study towards individual goals. Eligible students also have the chance to do industrial experience for credit towards graduation.|
You can choose to complete one or more majors (study plans) or you can build your own degree. Majors are offered in:
Computer Systems and Networks - development and management of computer networks, distributed systems and their applications.
Scientific Computing – solving scientific problems, modelling, simulation and visualisation.
Software Design – creation and management of software applications, compilers and interpreters, concurrent and real-time systems, human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence.
Software Information Systems - development and management of data-oriented information systems.
|Links: ||Bachelor of Information Technology (BInfTech)|
|Keywords: ||Information Technology |
||Master of Engineering |
| ||The fields of Engineering related to information & communications technology and electrical/electronics technology underpin much of human endeavour in today's world. The technology permeates much of our work and non-work lives, bringing not only economic benefits, but enhancing the quality of life.|
Engineering industry growth in Queensland is accelerating and becoming more-sustainable over the longer term. Emerging areas include electricity asset management and marketing, power generation, e-security, e-health, biotechnology and aerospace engineering. Worldwide advances in telecommunications, programmable devices and so-called complex systems call for technically-qualified personnel who also have a combination of business, problem-solving and interpersonal skills.
The very good career prospects of qualified engineers can be enhanced through graduate studies that add value to existing qualifications and experience. Returning to study can not only bring you up to speed with the latest developments, but can open your eyes to new ways of looking at things.
|Links: ||Master of Engineering |
|Keywords: ||Electrical Engineering,Electricity Market,Mechatronics Engineering,Power Generation|
|| Master of Science (Computer Science)|
| ||Attractive to those already working in the ICT field but looking to advance their careers, this program helps to prepare practitioners for the challenges of rapidly advancing technologies and is ideal for upgrading in a specific area, such as distributed systems, networks, software engineering, databases and other advanced information systems.|
Students without a background in IT may be eligible to enrol in the Master of Information Technology and related programs. Those seeking more of an engineering focus might consider the Master of Engineering and related programs.
|Links: ||Master of Science (Computer Science)|
|Keywords: ||information systems,software engineering and computer systems,multimedia, |
||Master of Information Technology |
| ||The MInfTech suite of programs is designed for students with a background in a discipline other than Information Technology, who desire to acquire skills in this rapidly advancing field. The programs aim to prepare graduates for the challenges and opportunities of the future by providing an excellent foundation in the theory and technology of computer science.|
Students with a background in IT may be more suited to seek enrolment in the Master of Science (Computer Science) and related programs.
|Links: ||Master of Information Technology |
|Keywords: ||Information & Communications Technology|
|| Research Higher Degree-PhD and MPhil |
| ||The School of ITEE has one of the largest research higher degree enrolments in the University of Queensland. This year, more than 270 students are undertaking their MPhil or PhD degree, with more than 20% enrolled as international students.|
The University of Queensland is Australia's largest provider of industry-funded research and development expertise and ITEE plays an important role in contributing to that reputation.
Specialist Fields are:
Computer Systems Engineering
Information & Communications Technology
|Links: ||Domestic Research Higher Degree-MPhil & PhD, Research Higher Degree -International|
|Keywords: ||PhD, MPhil|