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Graduate Diploma in Engineering Maintenance Management

Course code: 1753 ~ Course abbreviation: GradDipEngMaintMgt ~ Total credit points required: 48 ~ 1 year full-time; 2 years part-time ~ Managing faculty: Engineering

Study mode and course location

Off-campus (Gippsland and OS-USA)

Course description

This course is designed for engineers and other technical people who are involved with asset management of industrial, public sector or defence systems.

Each six-point unit requires on average about ten hours of study per week. Students are strongly recommended to attend the semester one residential school in their initial year (26-29 March 2008), and in their final year, they are expected to attend the American Contract Manufacturers Show (AMCON) (29 September - 1 October 2008). One combined school is held in Knoxville, Tennessee, in late August for students in North America.

Course structure

Course requirements

Initial units

  • GEG7014 Terotechnology and life cycle
  • GEG7024 Maintenance management
  • GEG7044 Industrial techniques in maintenance management
  • GEG7064 Maintenance techniques

Further units

  • GEG7034 Quantitative techniques for asset management
  • GEG7054 Machine condition monitoring and fault diagnosis
  • GEG7094 Maintenance and reliability engineering project
  • GEG7154 Risk engineering

Total: 48 points


Students may articulate to the Master of Maintenance and Reliability Engineering on successful completion of the Graduate Diploma in Maintenance Management with an average of not less than 65 per cent.

Contact details


Course coordinator

Ray Beebe