Monash University introducing two new engineering specialisations
The Master of Advanced Engineering at Monash University is an excellent postgraduate programme for qualified engineers to specialise and deepen their understanding of the profession. Monash University already offers eight different specialisations, but they are now introducing two new streams from February 2017 – Medical and Renewable.
The Master of Advanced Renewable and Sustainable Energy Engineering allows students to focus on sustainable energy technologies to address concerns about existing energy production. Students will learn about the operation, benefits and limitations surrounding each of the major renewable energy technologies that play a dominant role in the growth of the emerging energy sector.
The Master of Advanced Medical Engineering allows students to focus on engineering design and the development of medical technologies. The specialisation encompasses recent advances in biomaterials, bioengineering and medical devices and instrumentation. Students will develop a knowledge of the human body and its workings as well as of the fundamentals of regulation, clinical practice and clinical trials of medical technologies.
Other specialisations available as part of the Master of Advanced Engineering at Monash University are: Chemical engineering, Civil engineering (Infrastructure systems), Civil engineering (Water), Civil engineering (Transport), Electrical engineering, Energy and sustainability, Materials engineering and Mechanical engineering.
There are also bursaries available to students with a place on this course, find out more here.
Contact Study Options if you would like to find out more about the Master of Advanced Engineering programme or about Monash University.