Research Higher Degree
Eligible students may undertake a Master of Philosophy or PhD within
this field, subject to the availability of appropriate staff.
A selection of the group's current research projects are detailed under Research Activities.
Admission requirements and procedures for domestic or international Research Higher Degree enrolment are available from the relevant link within the Study@ITEE webpage.
See the sidebar for links to further information about the activities and membership of this research group.
Graduates who hold a bachelors degree in Information Technology or Engineering and wish to undertake advanced studies in one of this Group's fields of research may choose from a number of postgraduate coursework programs depending on students' interests and prior studies. Most programs allow the selection of advanced courses on relevant topics and a thesis project under the supervision of a relevant staff member. Follow the links below for information on the program as a whole or to obtain more detail on streams and sub-streams. Programs offered include:
Master of Science (Computer Science): designed for graduates in ICT or a related area, who are interested in advancing their careers or upgrading in a specific area such as embedded systems, information systems, software engineering, computer systems (design and programming of Internet services, computer networks, distributed computing), multimedia and cognitive science. For the Program List follow this link to the University's Programs and Courses database.
Master of Engineering: offering eligible engineering graduates the choice of broadening their knowledge and skills across a broad based program of advanced study or through specialisation in the following streams.
- Electrical, incorporating the sub-streams of:
- Electricity Market
- Power Generation
The Program List outlines courses available in each stream and provides links to detailed course information.
Master of Interaction Design: training students to understand and solve usability problems. Students explore design issues related to creating physical and virtual environments that support interaction between people, and develop core skills in IT and product design through a mix of teaching and learning modes. For the Program List follow this link to the University's Programs and Courses database.
Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma options are also available in these programs.
The School also offers a Master of Information Technology suite for students with a background in other disciplines who wish to acquire skills in ICT.
Further information on fees, scholarships and other relevant information, as well as information on the School's undergraduate programs is available by following the links from the Study@ITEE page.