On-Campus – Bachelor of Science (Electrical Engineering)

CRICOS Course Code: 095813K

Course Duration
Duration
  • 36 Months
Course Study
Study Mode
  • On-Campus
  • On-Campus Electrical Engineering
Course Location
Location
  • Perth
Course Code
Course Code
BEEOC
Course Intakes
Intakes
  • 24 February 2025
  • 4 August 2025
Course Type
Course Type
  • Bachelors
  • Electrical Engineering
Course Fees
Fees
Domestic Per Year : AUD9,000.00
Domestic Total : AUD27,000.00
International Per Year : AUD25,850.00
International Total : AUD77,550.00

Course Overview

Electrical engineers are responsible for designing new systems, solving problems, testing equipment, and working on a wide range of components and systems, including communications systems, power plants, electrical machines, navigation systems, and electrical systems for automobiles and aircraft. This practical qualification will ensure you graduate job-ready as an electrical engineering technologist in many industries such as power generation and supply, communications and media, computer systems, and robotics. Upon completion of this program, you will gain skills and knowledge in the latest electrical engineering technologies.

This course is internationally recognized under the Sydney Accord.

Program Details

The field of engineering concerned with the study and application of electricity and electromagnetism is electrical engineering. Essential to our modern infrastructure and conveniences, electrical engineers employ their skills across a large number of specializations, including the design of household appliances, lighting, building wiring, telecommunication systems, robots, power generation, transmission, distribution, and utilization.

With this qualification, you will have acquired the essential knowledge which underpins both this and other fields of engineering. More importantly, you will have become an electrical engineering technologist.

The degree consists of a combination of common units, sub-discipline specific ‘stream’ units, industrial work experience, and a final year project. The program duration is three years full-time. We deliver units over two semesters per year, and you will take 5+4 units per semester. There will be a short mid-semester break and extended breaks between semesters.

Please refer to the current teach-out program structure here.

Year One

Unit Code Subjects Credit Points
BSC101 Engineering Mathematics 1  3
BSC102 Electrical Circuit Theory and Analysis   3
BSC103 Engineering Physics and Materials 3
BSC104 Engineering Drawing and CAD  3
BSC105 Engineering Ethics and Professional Practice  3
BSC106 Engineering Mathematics 2 3
BSC107 Engineering Programming 3
BEE106 Fundamentals of Electronics & Electronics Design  3
BEE108 Rotating Electrical Machines  3

Year Two

Unit Code Subjects Credit Points
BSC111 Industrial Instrumentation and Control  3
BSC209 Analysis and Modelling of Industrial Control Systems  3
BSC202 Engineering Mathematics 3 3
BEE204 Electricity Supply Chain  3
BSC201 Engineering Management  3
BEE205 Transformers and Switchgear  3
BSC206 Communications and Networks  3
BEE208 Power Electronics and Converters  3
BEE212 Signal Processing  3

Year Three

Unit Code Subjects Credit Points
BEE308 Power System Protection 3
BEE303 Renewable Energy Systems  3
BEE309 Big Data Analytics in Electricity Grids  3
TBA Elective-1*  3
TBA Elective-2*  3
BSC305 Technology, Sustainability and Society  3
BSC307 Engineering Capstone Project (Electrical Engineering)  9

Additional Mandatory Units

Unit Code Subjects Credit Points
Hands-on Workshop 1 0
BXX001-004 Hands-on Workshop 2 0
Hands-on Workshop 3 0
Hands-on Workshop 4 0
BSC210 Industrial Experience 0

List of Electives* (2 Electives to be selected) 

Unit Code Subjects Credit Points
BEE301 Electrical utilisation 3
BEE310 Electrical Safety, Earthing and Lightning Protection   3
BEE311 Power Quality and Energy Efficiency 3
BSC108 Engineering Statics 3
BME204 Machine Dynamics 3
BIA205 Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers 3
BIA307 IT/OT Cyber Security 3
BIA308 Industrial Robotics and Mechatronics 3
BIA207 Modern Industrial Communication Systems and Protocols 3

Work-Integrated Learning

EIT’s Bachelor of Science programs require students to undertake 240 hours of paid or unpaid professional work-integrated learning.  This can incorporate paid or unpaid internships, site visits, contributing to industry projects, and networking activities.

In undertaking an internship, students will interact with employees and become exposed to organizational policy and culture. You will familiarize yourself with organizational communication procedures, a variety of engineering disciplines, and obtain insight and practical aptitude in projects from the planning phase to completion.

If you already have some work experience in the relevant engineering field, you may apply to have credit granted by completing the associated recognition of prior learning form.

Bachelor of Science (Electrical Engineering) – Mapping of Program Learning Outcomes with Graduate Attributes and Engineers Australia Stage 1 Competencies for Engineering Technologists.

Entry is available to applicants who hold one of the following:
1. Year 12: Australian Senior Certificate of Education (or equivalent), completed within the past 3 years, with a minimum score of 60% in Maths;

  • Applicants who have completed Yr 12 (or equivalent) more than 3 years ago will also need to demonstrate relevant work experience in the field of study applied for.

2. A relevant (to the sub-discipline) Engineering AQF Diploma or higher or a relevant (to the sub-discipline) overseas qualification equivalent to an Engineering AQF Diploma or higher which was completed within the last 10 years with successful completion of all Maths units/modules + recent industry work experience in a relevant field.

English Language Proficiency Requirements:

Entry to this course requires demonstration of English language proficiency at the level of an IELTS overall score of at least 6.0 (with no individual band score less than 5.5)

The methods of satisfying this English language proficiency requirements are generally through (but not limited to):

  • An Australian Senior Certificate of Education or equivalent.
  • A specified level of achievement in a recognised English language test, such as IELTS (or equivalent).
  • Satisfactory completion of another tertiary course offered in English.
  • Work history in an organisation where English is the language of communication.

NOTE: All CRICOS applicants from non-English speaking countries (as determined by the Australian Department of Home Affairs) are required to provide results from a recognised language test such as IELTS or equivalent.

NOTE: All applications will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.

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Payment Methods

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Like all Australian higher education providers and universities, EIT programs are accredited by the exacting standards of the Australian Government’s Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA). This bachelor’s degree is fully accredited by Engineers Australia under the Sydney Accord. It is internationally recognized under the International Engineering Alliance (IEA) accords and the various signatories.

Find out more about country-specific accreditation and professional recognition.

This course is classified as Level 7 under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).

Graduates will be employable as technologists working in a wide range of manufacturing, industrial, chemical, military, mineral processes, and mining industries.

Potential job roles include engineering and management positions in the following areas of expertise:

  • Electrical system planning, design, and development
  • Power supply, distribution, and transmission
  • Electrical commissioning and power production management
  • Renewable energy
  • Electrical instrumentation and control
  • Electronics research, design, and testing
  • Operations, maintenance, field services, and technical support
  • Electrical project management and business development
  • Radio and television broadcasting
  • Mining
  • Advanced Automation & Robotic Systems.
  • Space Defense Systems

This course may use the following software:

  • Desmos online calculator
  • National Instruments ELVISmx Instrument Launcher
  • National Instruments Multisim
  • Autodesk Inventor
  • AutoCAD
  • MATLAB/SIMULINK
  • EasyEDA
  • PSIM (PowerSimTech)
  • PSCAD
  • SCILAB
  • Python Jupyter Notebook or Google Colab
  • PowerFactory
  • EasyPower
  • ETAP
  • WEKA
  • LabView
  • ANSYS
  • SolidWorks
  • Inventor
  • Philips Product Selector
  • MechAnalyser
  • Codesys & RSLogix 5000

Due to ongoing unit and course reviews, software’s may change from the list provided.
Learn more about the Practical Learning at EIT here

Our bachelor’s degrees take three years to complete full-time. Full-time students will spend approximately 40 -50 hours per week on study .This includes learning the program material, completing assessments and attending tutorials.

Applications are open for our upcoming intake. You must submit your application at least four weeks before the start date to be considered for your desired intake.

A census date is the date at which an enrolment is considered to be final. Any withdrawal you make after the study period census date will incur an academic penalty (for example, a fail grade) and a financial penalty (for example, no refund of your student contribution or tuition fees). See our current census dates.

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