This Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical) was designed with a goal of starting a career in engineering. Courses include a mix of theory and practical skills using technology in Wintec’s engineering labs. The course can be tailored to your workplace if you are already employed.
Electrical engineering includes the specialist area of mechatronics (mechanical engineering and electronics), and power engineering. This highly industry-relevant programme is accredited by the Engineering New Zealand.
Electrical engineers specify, design or supervise the construction of systems and equipment that produce, distribute or use electricity.
Third year dedicated to putting all the theoretical skills and processes into a practical, industry-based project