Graduates of the Master of Engineering Management will possess advanced knowledge in engineering management, achieved through the integration of engineering, business, and management disciplines, particularly within project management and contemporary engineering practice. They will understand the scope, principles, and responsibilities of engineering practice.

Engineering Management

They will also demonstrate ethical conduct and professional accountability relevant to engineering and engineering management.

The program prioritizes personal development, aiming for each student to identify their strengths in engineering management as part of their career development plan. This starts with the first subject, Professional Development for Engineering Management, where students identify strengths and interests documented in their portfolio.

Course Learning Outcomes

1. Advanced Knowledge of Engineering Management

Graduates of the Master of Engineering Management program will possess advanced knowledge in engineering management, achieved through the integration of engineering, business, and management disciplines, particularly within the context of project management and contemporary engineering practice.

2. Ethical Responsibility

Graduates will demonstrate ethical conduct and professional accountability relevant to engineering and engineering management.

3. Problem Solving and Design Management

Graduates of the Master of Engineering Management will possess problem-solving and design management skills. They will be able to analyze and solve engineering management problems, develop solutions, and implement strategies using established principles and methods. This includes considering contextual factors such as social, cultural, environmental, commercial, legal aspects, as well as the requirements and expectations of stakeholders.

4. Professional and Personal Attributes

Graduates of the Master of Engineering Management will possess professional and personal attributes. These include effective communication skills, both oral and written, with technical and non-technical audiences. They will also demonstrate a creative, innovative, and proactive demeanor, along with effective team membership and leadership abilities.

5. Research Skills

Graduates of the Master of Engineering Management will have knowledge of research methods and principles relevant to engineering management. They will also demonstrate initiative, personal autonomy, and accountability in planning and executing a research project.

6. Self-management

Graduates of the Master of Engineering Management will possess self-management skills and exhibit professional conduct, showing a commitment to lifelong learning.

Graduate Capabilities

1. Knowledge and skills relevant to a specific discipline or professional area include:

  • Comprehensive theoretical and practical knowledge in at least one discipline area at the level required for entry into a profession.
  • Technological skills suitable for the discipline.

2. Critical, creative, and analytical thinking, as well as effective problem-solving, include:

  • The ability to critique current paradigms and contribute to intellectual inquiry.
  • The capacity to demonstrate both creative and analytical thinking about questions in at least one discipline.
  • The ability to identify, define, and solve problems in at least one discipline area.

3. Effective communication in various contexts and modes includes:

  • Proficient written and oral communication in cross-cultural contexts.

4. Characteristics of self-reliance and leadership include:

  • The ability to take initiative.
  • Embracing innovation.
  • Productively managing change.

5. The ability to work independently and collaboratively includes:

  • Managing time and prioritizing activities to achieve goals.
  • Demonstrating the capacity for self-assessment of learning needs and achievements.
  • Being a cooperative and productive team member or leader.

6. The capacity for lifelong learning includes:

  • Searching for and critically evaluating information from a variety of sources using effective strategies and appropriate technologies.

7. Social and ethical responsibility, as well as an understanding of Indigenous and international perspectives, include:

  • Actively contributing to intellectual, social, and cultural activities.
  • Understanding and appreciating Indigenous perspectives.
  • Recognizing and appreciating gender, culture, and customs in personal and community relations.
  • Valuing and promoting truth, accuracy, honesty, accountability, and the code of practice relevant to the discipline or professional area.

Career Opportunities

Upon completing the Master of Engineering Management, you will have a comprehensive understanding of Strategic Management, Project Management, Sustainable Development and Design practices, Systems Engineering for Engineering Management, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Risk Management, and Engineering Quality Management, all applied across the sector. Your acquired knowledge and skills will be highly valued within engineering and allied business industries.

Completing a Master's in Engineering Management will prepare you to enter a diverse field with highly applicable skills and knowledge. Career opportunities include roles such as engineering manager, project manager, construction manager, commercial manager, supply chain manager, quality control manager, operations manager, or design manager. These roles are available in private, public, or government sectors of the engineering industry across Australia and overseas.


First Year

Subject Name Semester
Professional Development for Engineering Management First
Managing People and Organisations First
Business Analysis and Decision Making First
Project Management First
Leadership and Teamwork for Engineers Second
Engineering Economics Second
Risk Management in Engineering Second
Sustainable Development & Design Practice Second

Second Year

Subject Name Semester
Supply Chain Management First
Systems Engineering for Engineering Management First
Research/Capstone Project Preparation First
Entrepreneurship and Innovation First
Strategic Management Second
Engineering Quality Management Second
Engineering Management Capstone Project Second

Entry Requirement

Academic Requirement

To be eligible for the program, applicants must have completed an undergraduate degree from a recognized higher education institution with a GPA of at least 2.0 out of 4.0. Having a background or experience in a relevant discipline (such as Engineering, Technology, or Science) would be advantageous.

Applicants with a relevant degree and a GPA of at least 1.5 out of 4.0 may be considered if they have at least 5 years of relevant industry experience. It is also required that the bachelor's degree was completed with no more than 25% of subjects failed.

English Language Requirement

An IELTS overall score of 6.5 with no band less than 6.0, or a PTE overall score of 58+ with no communicative skill below 50 is required for admission.

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