Electrical engineering design, develop, adapt, install, test and maintain electronic components, circuits and systems used for computer systems, communication systems, entertainment, transport, biomedical and other industrial applications.
"At Griffith, our engineering degrees are focused on producing graduates who are job ready. We introduce them to practical skills early and strongly, all througout the course.
Our new program in Electronic and UAV engineering is preparing graduates for the exciting new area that is UAV, or 'unmanned aerial vehicle' technology. The program is a core program in electronic engineering, but it gives specialisation in aviation, avionics, UAV design and our students also gain their remote pilot's licence because if they're going to design UAV's, they need to be able to test fly them as well."