Learn about computing technologies in the operation of modern industrial plants, manufacturing processes and material processing industries, with a focus on computer-based measurement and control.
- Part or full-time
(Student visa holders must study full-time)Part or full-time
- Part or full-time
- 4 years full-time or part-time equivalent
In Electrical Engineering (Industrial Computer Systems), you’ll learn about the use and application of computing technologies in the operation of modern industrial plants, manufacturing processes and material processing industries, with a focus on computer-based measurement and control.
You’ll learn how to design, commission and test complex industrial control systems. You will learn from industry experts and gain valuable hands-on experience, preparing you for a successful career in both the commercial and industrial sectors. A final Honours year is embedded in this degree, allowing you to apply everything you learn in your first three years of study.
If you’re looking for another pathway to study this course, you could apply for the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology and transfer across to this engineering major at the end of your first year of study.
You can combine this course with a second electrical engineering major (Renewable Energy Engineering, Electrical Power Engineering or Instrumentation and Control), to graduate with a double major and expand your expertise and career prospects.
When you graduate, you can become a graduate member of Engineers Australia. You could become a Full Chartered Professional Engineer after a further three to five years of engineering work experience.
You’ll be able to pursue a range of career opportunities in both the commercial and industrial sectors including roles in information technology, manufacturing, medical, mining, processing, energy supply, communications, electronics, computer systems and defence-related industries.
For further admission information about this course, please download our Information Pack.
- Perth Campus
- Mid-year start available (Domestic students)
- Mid-year start available (International students)
- School of Engineering and Information Technology
Each course has a number of credit points that must be completed for you to graduate. Find out what’s required to meet the credit points for this course.
Entry requirements for
All students will undertake at least 500 hours of approved work experience, plus complete a report outlining the experience gained, in order to complete the requirements of the degree. This work experience must be in a suitable engineering-related area and be approved by the Engineering Academic Chair.
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We understand you may need help financially whilst studying for your qualification. We therefore offer eligible students a wide range of scholarships, prizes and awards across a variety of categories. Find out what scholarships Murdoch has on offer, and whether you’re eligible to apply.
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