Electrical Engineering

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical)

Because the world needs to be connected. Electrical Engineers keep the world powered up. This qualification can equip you to design electronics circuits, create automated mechatronics equipment or connect power systems. Whatever specialisation you choose, you’ll work with top of the range technology, and put your ideas into practice.

Whether you decide to take up a career in power distribution, electronic design, computing, computer networking, mechatronics or telelcommunications, there will be an array of opportunities for you to grow and develop as a professional Engineer. You could find yourself working for an engineering consultancy, or a manufacturing or electrotechnology company.

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Study Plan

YEAR 11

Recommended subjects: Algebra, Calculus, Physics, and any Science subjects.

YEAR 12

Recommended subjects: Algebra, Calculus, Physics, and any Science subjects.

YEAR 13

Minimum 60 credits at Level 3, including Calculus & Physics (14 credits per subject).

...you’ll be ready for the BEngTech!

Not quite ready to study at Degree level?

Get started with the 2 year NZ Diploma in Engineering. You’ll need 48 credits at Level 2. Essential subjects: Calculus & Physics.

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