Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This program is suited to high-ability students who wish to become more aware of the economic and social aspects of engineering. Students gain the tools and knowledge useful for work in the commercial sector, including banking and consultancy work, where they can integrated their technical expertise from engineering with an understanding of business strategy.
Students must complete a minimum of 264 Units of Credit and 60 days of Industrial Training for the Engineering major.
- Aerospace Engineering
- Business Economics
- Business Law
- Business Strategy and Economic Management
- Chemical Engineering
- Chemical Product Engineering
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Computer Science and Engineering Electrical Engineering
- Financial Economics
- Human Resource Management
- Information Systems and Information Technology
- International Business Management
- Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Mechatronic Engineering
- Mining Engineering
- Petroleum Engineering
- Photovoltaics and Solar Energy
- Real Estate Studies
- Renewable Energy
- Software Engineering
- Surveying and Spatial Information Systems
- Telecommunications Engineering
Standard entry requirements
- Year 12 or equivalent
- Assumed knowledge: HSC Mathematics Extension 1, Physics.
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Career opportunities: see individual degrees. Examples include positions that combine the technical skills of engineering with those of business and commerce, enabling careers in the management of businesses, especially those involved in engineering-related activities.