Auckland University Of Technology Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering is a well-established discipline that involves communications and control technology, the development and exploitation of electric power systems, the design and implementation of complex signal processing devices on computer platforms, robotics design, the application of modern instrumentation, and high-power electronics.

Offered by our Department of Electrical, Computer, and Software Engineering, this discipline is vital in ensuring the reliability and sustainability of upcoming generations of electricity transmission, industrial automation, communication infrastructure and electric vehicles.

Many students pursue this specialisation for its adaptability – the fundamental theories it provides lead to broad applications. Our faculty is also proud to be home to research leaders in many areas of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, including green and renewable energy, and wireless power transfer, which may someday lead to our ability to charge vehicles on-the-go in some cities.

Highly ranked around the world, the Electrical and Electronic Engineering department is part of engineering, computer and mathematical sciences at AUT.

Electrical and electronic engineering prepares students to solve complex engineering problems over a broad range of disciplines.

Undergraduate courses

Undergraduate study in electrical engineering will give you a solid grounding in this area.

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Mechatronics Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering Technology in Electrical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering Technology in Electronic Engineering

Postgraduate courses

The Electrical and Electronic Engineering department offers a range of postgraduate degrees:

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Engineering
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering
  • Master of Engineering
  • Master of Philosophy
  • Doctor of Philosophy