Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Interested in design and engineering? Architectural and structural engineering brings together these two disciplines to create high technology building and infrastructure solutions. The Bachelor of Engineering (Architectural and Structural) brings together the disciplines of architecture and engineering in a program unique to the University of Adelaide. Architectural engineers design systems for some of the most innovative infrastructure in today's society. In this program, students undertake practical projects, work on real-world simulations, learn among state-of-the-art facilities, and collaborate with industry on a major design project in their final year. Graduates have skills across structural and geotechnical engineering, construction, and operation systems, with an emphasis on sustainability and architectural integrity. On completion of the degree, graduates can study the University of Adelaide's Master of Architecture in order to become a qualified architect.
In the first two years of the degree students build a scientific, engineering and architectural foundation and then focus on more specialist courses in the third and fourth years. Third and fourth years includes professional engineering courses, specialisations, communication and management courses and project work within the main areas of structural and architectural engineering.
- Engineering - Structural
- Architectural Engineering
Standard entry requirements
- Prerequisties: SACE Stage 2: Mathematical Methods and one of Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Specialist Mathematics. International Baccalaureate: Either Mathematics (HL grade 3)
- Or, Mathematics (SL grade 4/ HL grade 3) and one of Biology, Chemistry or Physics (SL grade 4/ HL grade 3). If Stage 2 studies were undertaken prior to 2017, the equivalent subject was known as Mathematical Studies.
|Campus||Fees||Entry||Mid year intake||Attendance|
|North Terrace||International: $178,000||No|