Postgraduate

The Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences offers a wide range of postgraduate coursework degrees to advance your knowledge and enhance or change your career.

We offer numerous graduate certificates, graduate diplomas and master degrees across engineering, mathematical and computer sciences. All are taught by strongly industry-connected staff involved in real-world research, with many recognised as leaders in their field.

Engineering

Enhance your professional qualifications and career prospects by specialising in an area of engineering with our postgraduate courses. Choose from: aerospace; chemical; civil and environmental; civil and structural; electrical and electronic; mechanical; mechatronic; mining; and software. 

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Computer and mathematical sciences

With today’s rapid advances in technology, diversifying your career options is critical. Our postgraduate courses in computer or mathematical science will give you that professional edge by providing unique insight into complex systems.

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Higher degrees by research

Whether you intend to work in research or industry, a higher degree by research can give you a competitive edge throughout your career. Find out more about studying a Master of Philosophy or Doctor of Philosophy.

Higher Degrees by Research

Master of Marine Engineering

The Master of Marine Engineering can help secure your future in the rapidly growing defence sector. This newly designed and flexible course is delivered in partnership with Australian and international industry.

Master of Marine ENgineering

Master of Data Science

The world of ‘big data’ and data science is an emerging area of demand for many industries all over the world. Our Master of Data Science will equip you to collect, process, visualise and analyse this rich information source.

Master of Data Science

Master of Computing and Innovation

The Master of Computing and Innovation is a conversion program designed for students - including from non-related areas - who wish to develop new skills in information technology (IT).

Master of Computing and Innovation