Electronic Engineering Major - Bachelor of Engineering Technology

Take a look at the appliances and systems that make our daily lives easier – they were created by electronic engineers. Electronic engineers are also involved in robotics research, which relies heavily on using digital systems.

Study the Electronic Engineering major in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology and develop an in-depth understanding of electronic engineering circuits, with a focus on microelectronic systems and their applications in commercial, industrial and domestic systems and appliances. The Electronic Engineering major also covers the design, implementation and maintenance of electronic systems.

This is part of the Bachelor of Engineering Technology.

Most courses last one semester and are worth 15 points. If you're a full-time student, you normally complete 120 points each year (360 points for the entire degree).

You also need to complete a minimum of 600 hours of planned supervised work placement to graduate. This work experience exposes you to real engineering practices and management systems and helps you build engineering networks.

Year 1

Complete the following courses

Year 2

Complete the following courses

And choose one of

Year 3

Complete the following courses

And choose 45 points from the elective courses listed below.

Workplace experience

All students complete an industry-based project this year. This is your chance to apply what you’ve learnt in a research or industry environment.

Elective courses

Level 5 courses

Level 6 courses

Level 7 courses

More details about courses in this programme

Detailed programme structure and Course outlines (Blackboard)

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Enrolment in courses is subject to meeting all requirements and availability of courses.

  • Electronics engineer
  • Embedded system engineer
  • Software engineer

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Electrical & Electronic Engineering Careers

Key features
  • Broad skill base in electronic systems
  • Access to specialised equipment and facilities
  • First-hand software or hardware development experience
  • Offered at the AUT City Campus
See yourself as
  • A problem-solver and creative
  • Adaptable and excellent at communication and organisation
  • Interested in physics and maths
  • Practical and able to do hands-on work

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.

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