Engineering

An Engineering degree involves a rigorous study in crucial foundational skills, including statistics, chemistry, construction, structural behaviour and sustainability. You can choose to study a specific stream of Engineering, which might include Electric, Mechanical, Photovoltaics, Naval, Aerospace or Environmental Engineering.

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Master of Engineering (Civil) (postgraduate study only)

Master of Engineering (Civil) (postgraduate study only)

University of Melbourne

The Master of Engineering (Civil) is the postgraduate course for students who wish to graduate as civil engineers.

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Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Engineering)

Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Engineering)

University of Tasmania

The Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Engineering) is an undergraduate degree for students who already have qualifications in the field to broaden and deepen their understanding of their chosen vocation. It is a one year ‘top-off’ degree, allowing graduates to work ashore in today’s changing marine industry.

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Bachelor of Engineering

Bachelor of Engineering

University of Tasmania

The Bachelor of Engineering aims to equip students with the skills and knowledge required to work in today’s changing global environment.

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Bachelor of Engineering (Marine and Offshore Engineering)

Bachelor of Engineering (Marine and Offshore Engineering)

University of Tasmania

The Bachelor of Engineering (Marine and Offshore Systems) is a specialist degree allowing students to study engineering specifically within the marine environment. Specifically, students specialise in either Offshore Systems or Marine Systems.

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Bachelor of Engineering (Ocean Engineering)

Bachelor of Engineering (Ocean Engineering)

University of Tasmania

This degree is specifically designed for students wanting to enter the oil and gas industries, especially offshore environments. Employment for successful graduates is available in other areas such as Marine Consultancy and Ocean Research.

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Bachelor of Engineering (Naval Architecture)

Bachelor of Engineering (Naval Architecture)

University of Tasmania

The Bachelor of Engineering (Naval Architecture) is a degree for those that want to build big ships! This degree may either be undertaken wholly at the AMC, or the first two years may be studied at Flinders University in South Australia, with the final 2 years studied at the AMC.

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Bachelor of Engineering Technology

Bachelor of Engineering Technology

University of Tasmania

The Bachelor of Engineering Technology is a degree aiming to allow those with advanced qualifications from TAFE or similar to further develop and professionalise their skills and knowledge level in a tertiary environment. Students elect to focus on one of three streams, Electrical, Mechanical or Civil Engineering. It is not intended for year 12 leavers.

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Master of Engineering (Biomedical) (postgraduate study only)

Master of Engineering (Biomedical) (postgraduate study only)

University of Melbourne

Students can choose to specialise in Biomedical Engineering once completing an undergraduate degree from the Melbourne New Generation degrees, specifically Commerce; Science; or Biomedicine, with Bioengineering Science as their major.

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Master of Engineering (Chemical) (postgraduate study only)

Master of Engineering (Chemical) (postgraduate study only)

University of Melbourne

This degree is for students who have completed an undergraduate degree, and are looking forward to specialising in Chemical Engineering, which is the study of how raw materials can be turned into the things that our world relies on: namely petrol, plastics and pharmaceuticals.

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Master of Engineering (Biomolecular) (postgraduate study only)

Master of Engineering (Biomolecular) (postgraduate study only)

University of Melbourne

The Master of Engineering (Biomolecular) is usually one of the postgraduate programs pursued by undergraduate students who have completed a Chemical Systems major. In this program, students will learn how looking at things at the molecular level can have big outcomes in creating industries from plants and animals.

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