Our undergraduate programs are accredited by Engineers Australia, and you will graduate prepared for a role in a challenging and fulfilling profession, with knowledge and skills that are much in demand.
The role of an engineer who specialises in engineering that is related to the design and function of buildings complements the role of the architect. While the architect develops a design that meets the client's requirements in terms of the function and appearance of a structure, the engineer ensures that necessary, often hidden, component parts are integrated into the building's fabric. read more
Our civil and environmental engineering graduates leave the University ready to work in multidisciplinary teams to deal with the world's ‘big' problems. They are characteristically curious, active problem solvers who are, by nature and training, interested in finding ways to manage the sensitive issues that arise when man-made constructions rub up against natural systems. read more
Civil & structural engineers specialise in the design and analysis of the structural elements and materials of which these sorts of structures, as well as buildings, are constructed. The particular focus is on the elements that hold the structure together and keep it upright, so that it can safely serve the purpose for which it was built. read more
Our lives and the way we live them depend on rocks and the mining of rocks, and always have. Along with agriculture, mining is the very foundation, the very bedrock of our civilisation.Mining engineering is a career that gives you the opportunity to contribute to human society and human wellbeing, and to technological advances in dozens of industries dependent on the products derived from mining. read more