To eligible for admission to the Master of Professional Engineering, a student must hold:
Applicants with a three-year Bachelor degree with some physics and first-year mathematics (for example, Bachelor of Science in mathematics or science) should complete the Graduate Diploma of Engineering Science (4201) and then articulate into the two-year Master of Professional Engineering.
English test results must be no more than two years old.
The Master of Professional Engineering will provide the engineering professional practice and research skills that lead to recognition as a graduate engineer in Australia. The qualification will be recognised internationally through the Washington Accord of the International Engineering Alliance.
Look around you - much of the physical infrastructure that makes up our modern society is made possible by Civil engineers. Civil engineers provide a major contribution to society by supporting the design and development of essential services, and by managing and improving the built environment. By studying civil engineering you will develop your knowledge in the planning, design and construction of buildings and infrastructure such as: roads, bridges and highways, rail networks, irrigation, drainage and flood mitigation systems, airports, water and wastewater treatment plants, port harbours and residential homes. If you want to get a career creating tomorrow's cities, then this is the degree for you.
We are surrounded by technologically advanced electronic devices and gadgets that make our modern lifestyle possible. These are all developed by electronic engineers. In this major you will gain a foundation in electronics, as well as develop the hardware and software skills needed for the design, development and engineering of the electronic circuits used for many applications. You will learn about computer-based products and essential systems in our society. You will focus on the development, construction and design of electronic parts and systems - ranging from everyday items to applications for large corporations and industries.
The wants and needs of a rapidly expanding, global population means it has never been more important to shape our environmental future. Environmental engineering is your pathway to protecting the natural environment and its resources by ensuring that we minimise the adverse effect we may have on it. In this major you will develop an understanding of complex environmental problems and issues, and of the challenges facing environmental sustainability. You will learn to design creative engineering solutions and manage key projects associated with environmental protection in the area of air quality, water and wastewater, and waste management. If you want an environmental career that can change the world, this is the degree for you.
Mechanical engineering is one of the broadest engineering disciplines including the design, analysis, manufacture and maintenance of mechanical systems. This major is built on a strong foundation of theory and reinforced by practical experience - all underpinned by our ethos of learning by doing. You will be involved in the development and use of new materials and technologies, as well as design and analysis using advanced software and computer systems.
OSHC: 609 ($) AUD per year