Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The world needs more sustainable growth and development, driven by industry leaders including engineers to develop environmentally sound systems. In this course you'll learn how to design water, energy, shelter and primary production systems. You'll explore engineering and ecological issues with a global perspective and ethical approach to sustainable development. This degree in Environmental Engineering will put you in high demand in energy and water utilities, government departments and corporations. This course will give you direct links to these industries including industry-focused projects, guest lectures and work placements in your final year. Your career prospects will include roles with engineering firms, land developers, utilities, international development and government agencies to design and manage engineered systems.
The first year of the course establish a sound foundation in Engineering, including units in mathematics, computing, chemistry and physics. Students will then undertake more advanced units in engineering concepts and specialise in their chosen discipline in the final 2 years. For some majors, students will also take units from other schools to supplement their knowledge.
Standard entry requirements
- Year 12 or equivalent
- Selection via ATAR
- Mature age entry via the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology
- TAFE Certificate IV or higher
- English language competency
When you graduate, you can become a graduate member of Engineers Australia. You could become a Full Chartered Professional Engineer after a further three to five years of engineering work experience.
If you're looking for another pathway to study this course, you could apply for the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology and transfer across to this engineering major at the end of your first year of study.
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