Tác giả :
There are three Master's Degree Programs in Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering:
- Electrical Engineering Program
- Electronics Engineering Program
- Automation Control Program

Master's Degrees in Electrical/Electronics/Automation Engineering study the use of electricity in power-supply infrastructure, devices and information systems. Electrical Engineering focusses on the supply and use of electricity as a power source. Electronics engineering focusses on other applications of electricity, such as the creation and storage of information. Both areas may overlap with each other and with additional Engineering specialisms and some engineering students want to take the next step from undergraduate studies toward a doctorate. These graduate degrees are the bridge to a career in electrical/electronics engineering or to doctorate studies.

The Automation Control program aims is to provide the graduates with automation/robotics engineering knowledge and broad professional skills to design, develop, implement, manage and supervise automation systems for manufacturing plants, industrial processes, distribution networks, environmental systems.

Most of these courses are taught M.Eng. qualifications (or associated Postgraduate Certificates and Diplomas).

Job prospects with a Master's Degree in Electrical/Electronics/Automation Engineering
The incredibly diverse use of electricity in the modern world means that Electrical/Electronics/Automation Engineering postgraduates are needed in all sorts of fields.
You could work at the cutting edge of robotics design and nanotechnology. Or you could help design the systems and equipment used in space exploration. More down-to-earth (but equally rewarding) jobs include the creation of new electronic components for consumer utilities and home computing, or improvements to the safety and efficiency of domestic power supply.
Potential employers include large commercial companies and utility suppliers as well as public and private research and development centres.

Potential career paths
Most of people with a Master's degree in Electrical/Electronics/Automation Engineering are known to be in full-time employment with high position in the company, whilst some of them are in further study. The remainder are involved in part-time employment, voluntary activities or other pursuits.
Popular careers with a Master's degree in Electrical/Electronics/Automation Engineering include:
- Education, including academic research
- Architectural & engineering activities
- Electrical & electronic manufacturing
- Computer programming

Courses and thesis
Duration: 15 months
Start date: Annual Fall, Spring 
Credits: 36
Core courses: 15 credits total
Electives courses: 15 credits total
Thesis: 6 credits total

Prerequisite and Admission Requirements
Bachelor’s degree in Electrical, Electronics, Automation, Computer, or Telecommunication Engineering and excellent knowledge of English.
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