The Electrical Systems major is studied on campus
By studying Electrical Systems, students will learn the fundamental mathematics of signals, systems and information, and the science of electrical phenomena. After completing the bachlor, the Master of Engineering (Electrical) or Master of Engineering (Mechatronics) can be taken, leading to professional recognition and registration as an engineer.
People wishing to work as electrical engineers.
By studying Electrical Systems Engineering you can find work in various areas including research and technical engineering, to management and finance. Possible occupations include bioengineers, computer engineers, electrical engineers, control systems engineers and signal processing engineers. Work can also be found as a technical specialist.
Electrical engineers earn an average annual salary in Australia of $126,082.