Engineering

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Diploma of Engineering

This Diploma will provide you with basic technical skills to enable you to commence entry level work in engineering related areas or continue onto further studies in engineering.

The course gives you an overview of the engineering streams offered – civil, mechanical, electrical and electronics, and chemical engineering.

You can study our Diploma of Engineering online or on campus in one year of full-time study or choose to study part time.

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Associate Degree of Engineering

The Associate Degree of Engineering allows you to develop foundation skills in Engineering. You will also acquire skills in your specialist area of either chemical, civil and structural, electrical and electronics, and mechanical engineering.

You can study our Associate Degree of Engineering online or on campus in two years of full-time study or choose to study part time.

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Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

This degree allows you to gain the skills needed to successfully specialise in your chosen field of either chemical, civil and structural, electrical and electronics, and mechanical engineering.

In your final year, you will design a project and submit a research thesis. Upon graduation you are eligible to apply for membership with Engineers Australia.

You can study our Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) online or on campus in four years of full-time study or choose to study part time.

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Bachelor of Engineering Science

Within this degree you are able to choose your specialisation in chemical, civil and structural, electrical and electronics or mechanical engineering. When you have completed the course, you may be eligible to join Engineers Australia as an Engineering Technologist.

This degree is accredited internationally to European EUR-ACE Label 1 requirements. Upon completion of this course, you may progress into the Master of Engineering to become recognised as a professional engineer.

You can study our Bachelor of Engineering Science online or on campus in three years of full-time study or choose to study part time.

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Bachelor of Engineering Science/Master of Engineering

This degree combines the three year Bachelor of Engineering Science with the two year Master of Engineering into a qualification which is internationally accredited to European EUR-ACE requirements and also by Engineers Australia at professional engineer level. Specialisations are available in chemical, civil and structural, electrical and electronics, and mechanical engineering, all online or on campus.  Graduates of this degree will be recognised internationally, through the EUR-ACE labelling system, as a professional engineer.

You can study our Bachelor of Engineering Science/Master of Engineering online or on campus in five years of full-time study or choose to study part time.

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Master of Engineering

This degree provides a higher level of engineering studies for people who already have an undergraduate engineering degree. It is offered in all four specialisations of engineering (chemical, civil and structural, electrical and electronics, and mechanical engineering) and available either on campus or online, as full time or part time study. The course is accredited internationally to European EUR-ACE Label 2 requirements and by Engineers Australia at professional engineer level.

This degree offers many opportunities for project work, and provides learning closely aligned with real world issues that graduates can expect to find once after graduation.

You can study our Master of Engineering online or on campus in two years of full-time study or choose to study part time.

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Network Engineering

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Diploma of Network Engineering

If you are looking for an entry level course that will prepare you to become a network specialist, our Diploma of Network Engineering is for you. You will gain the skills and knowledge to design, commission and maintain networks that play a crucial role in the infrastructure of industry and government organisations.

You can study our Diploma of Network Engineering degree online or on campus in one year of full-time study or choose to study part time.

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Associate Degree of Network Engineering

The Associate Degree of Network Engineering prepares students to become job-ready network engineering specialists. Developed in consultation with employers and professional engineers, our Associate Degree will prepare you with the skills and knowledge to design, commission and maintain computer networks.

This Associate Degree provides the general background necessary for graduates to find careers in the network engineering field. Alternatively, graduates may elect to continue their study to become an IT professional.

You can study our Associate Degree of Network Engineering degree online or on campus in two years of full-time study or choose to study part time.

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Bachelor of Software Engineering Honours

The Bachelor of Software Engineering Honours provides you with an understanding of the underlying principles and application of the development of large and complex software applications. You will acquire the professional knowledge and skills to work in this rapidly developing field.

You can study our Bachelor of Software Engineering Honours degree online or on campus in four years of full-time study or choose to study part time.

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Good to know

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Early offers
April - June 2017
On-time applications close
30 June 2017
Further offers
July 2017
Final date to apply
14 July 2017
Classes start
17 July 2017
 
 
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If you don't meet the entry requirements for your chosen degree, our free Tertiary Enabling Program gives you entry to most undergraduate courses and equips you with the study skills and knowledge to succeed at university.  
 
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