Telecommunications engineers design, build and manage systems that carry out the transmission, processing and storage of information as electrical or optical signals over complex networks. They work in fields such as telephone and internet networks, radio and television broadcasting and satellite communications. Completion of this stream as part of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) will prepare you for a career in telecommunications engineering. You will study computer networking; computer security; communication electronics; eCommerce technology; embedded systems; information technology; optical technology and photonics; business law and economics; economics; finance; statistics and econometrics. Watch this video to find out more about Engineering at Macquarie. KEY FEATURES Macquarie is a great place to study engineering with a campus located in one of Australia's leading high-technology precincts, housing over 500 companies. Comprehensive, integrated four-year program prepares students to work as professional engineers. Final-year students complete a project in a telecommunications industry setting, or with one of our research groups. The Engineering Industry Partnership Program enables students to engage with our industry partners throughout their degree. ACCREDITATION Our Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) programs are regularly reviewed by Engineers Australia for accreditation. Graduates can expect that accredited engineering major qualifications will be recognised internationally. SUITABLE FOR Interested in pursuing a career in engineering? This degree will give you the skills to develop creative and practical solutions using technology.
|Institution Name||Macquarie University|
|Campus Location||North Ryde|
|Course Duration||5 years|
|Course University||Macquarie University|
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