Engineering courses in Australia
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) –
- Civil Civil Engineering offers opportunities to become involved in projects that enhance the overall quality of life. Civil engineers design, construct, manage, operate and maintain the infrastructure that supports modern society including buildings, bridges, roads and highways, tunnels, airfields, dams, ports and harbours, railways, new mines, water supply and sewerage schemes, irrigation systems and flood mitigation works.Most civil engineers work in an office environment where they investigate, plan, design and manage projects, others manage and supervise construction projects on site. Career opportunities include employment with specialist consulting firms, construction and contracting companies, large public companies (such as BHP, Esso and CRA), government organizations, airport and harbor authorities, project developers and financial and management consultants. Environmental engineers are concerned with the environmental impact of engineering activities. They apply their broad knowledge of engineering and environmental processes in identifying environmental problems and in developing effective solutions to them. They also coordinate the activities of specialist groups such as biologists, ecologists and geologists within major projects. The discipline of environmental engineering embraces parts of civil engineering, with emphasis on management, systems design, water, geotechnical and transport engineering, together with aspects of chemical engineering, applied and biological sciences and environmental studies.
AUTOMOTIVE TRADES AND SERVICES COURSES
- Automotive courses offer students a chance to explore their passion for motor vehicles and learn how to apply their expertise in a business setting. Courses in this sector are formulated to equip you with the practical skills and background knowledge you need to accomplish painting, repairs, motor mechanics or sales tasks within any automotive organization. Automotive Repair and Maintenance Courses Our Automotive Repair and Maintenance courses will set you up for a wide range of careers, from painting, repairs or motor mechanics with any automotive organization. Automotive Parts and Sales Taught by industry professionals with at least five years of industry experience, our Automotive Parts and Sales courses will have you in a career you love, quicker!
Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Aeronautical)
- Design and operate the aircraft of tomorrow Prepare for a career in the space and aviation industries and comprehend how aircraft operate within Earth’s atmosphere and space Assumed knowledge HSC Mathematics Extension 1 and Physics. If you attempt engineering without this prior level of knowledge of Mathematics you may experience difficulty, so you are strongly advised to undertake an appropriate bridging course. Honours This course has an embedded Honours program, with all students undertaking a research thesis in the final year. Honours will be awarded to students who achieve a sufficient standard of merit.
Course opportunities The Faculty of Engineering offers one-year exchange programs with partner universities in Europe, Asia and North America. The Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Aeronautical Engineering) includes the opportunity to undertake practical flying training.
Specialisation in areas like helicopter design, structural optimisation and experimental aerodynamics may be part of a thesis in the final year of the course. You will complete work placements and practical simulation using wind tunnel technology and flight simulators, and work on actual aircraft and aircraft components to measure structural and aerodynamic characteristics.
Professional accreditation This course is accredited by Engineers Australia and by other major professional engineering institutions. Our graduates are also recognised internationally through the Washington Accord of the International Engineering Alliance.
Aerospace Engineering (Honours)
- What’s it all about? Take flight in this exciting degree, which focuses on the science and practice of air and space flight the design, development, testing and production of aerospace vehicles the maintenance and operation of aircraft and aerospace research. Owing to the international nature of the aerospace industry, you receive the same depth of understanding as professional aerospace training programs in other industrial countries. What does it include? Our Aerospace Engineering degree focuses its teaching towards airborne vehicles in a way that matches future employment prospects in Australia (like aerodynamics, flight mechanics, propulsion and structures). The final-year course involves a team project integrating all aspects of aircraft design to meet a defined mission specification. To get you work ready, you’ll apply your skills through 60 days of approved industry training. Where will you work? Graduates can work on the design and manufacture of flight vehicles, their operation with major satellite companies or airlines, and in research for civil and military aerospace organisations. Employment is also found in the space industry, in defence and as a consultant to both sectors. The skills you gain are also highly sought after in non-aerospace industries like automotive and power.
Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering (Hons)
- What’s it all about? This degree applies scientific and engineering knowledge to the development, manufacture and distribution of all types of products. When we say that a Manufacturing Engineer “develops” products, we literally mean they develop the product, as well as the machines that create it. What does it include? The best of both worlds – Mechanical Engineering with a specialization in Manufacturing Engineering. It involves a set of electives focused on industrial technology and automation, finance and decision-making, product process design, computer-aided design, and manufacturing. To get you work-ready, you’ll apply your skills through 60-days approved industry training. Where will you work? You could work in a wide variety of manufacturing industries, such as automotive, defense, and aerospace – any industry that turns a raw product (like plastic, aluminum, or steel) into something. Many opt to create their own start-up, or work in traditional mechanical engineering roles, too.
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