Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) (Honours)
From roads to railways, dams to harbours, houses to high-rises, it's civil engineers who are responsible for the design and construction of these assets.
From roads to railways, dams to harbours, houses to high-rises; civil engineers are responsible for the design and construction of all these assets.
It's also civil engineers who work with other experts like builders, architects and clients to ensure that structures are safe, economical and environmentally-sound. You'll find out how to prevent flooding, design irrigation systems, and build multi-storeyed buildings. It's these skills that may see you specialise in structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, transport engineering, water engineering or infrastructure management. But we'll also make sure you know how to work with others in the industry. You'll learn problem-solving skills, analytical skills and how to communicate well. And you'll also understand the environmental, social and political aspects that will impact your career as a civil engineer.
- CAD drafter
- Construction engineer
- Civil engineer
- Control systems engineer
- Design engineer
- Drainage engineer
- Engineering project officer
- Geotechnical engineer
- Harbour engineer
- Hydraulic design engineer
Successful completion of Australian Year 12 with final-year mathematics courses, or overseas equivalent.
Overall Academic IELTS band score of 6.0, with no band less than 6.0, or equivalent
Fees are subject to change annually.
- $28,800 AUD annual tuition fee - commencing 2017
- 4 years