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Rapid developments in sustainable technology have led to an increasing demand for engineers who can design and operate environmentally sensitive systems.
Major industries make a significant contribution to our courses enhancing career preparation, industry placements and scholarships. Industry projects are also provided in all specialisations.
We pride our self on graduating students who are highly sought after by industry. Our higher education engineering programs are internationally recognised for producing graduates who are equipped with relevant, up-to-date skills that ensure they are industry-ready by the time they commence employment. Our revised schedule of programs will ensure that we will continue to produce graduates of the highest caliber.
We have recently reviewed and improved our range of engineering programs. A new feature is the common first year of study which means students are not locked into an area of specialisation until the second year of their degree program. The common first year is available at both the Ballarat and the Gippsland campuses, which means students will have additional choice of where to study.
Our range of engineering specialisations, and a choice of a three and four year undergraduate degrees as well as postgraduate programs, ensures FedUni is your pathway to a successful career in engineering.
With a four-year degree, you will become a professional engineer and work at a theoretical level to isolate and define a required engineering outcome. You will then identify one or more potential solutions. The professional engineer will conceptualise ways to ensure the desired outcome is met and will then work closely with an engineering technologist to determine which is the best solution. You will oversee and potentially contribute to the construction process.
As a graduate with a three-year degree, you will work with a professional engineer to put predetermined theory into practice and assist in identifying which solution will best deliver the required outcome. You will work in a hands-on role in the construction process.
Industry placements are a vital component of our undergraduate engineering programs. All students must complete at least 12 weeks (four-year degree) or 8 weeks (three-year degree) of suitable practical experience during their studies.
These programs are suitable for school leavers and those without tertiary qualifications wishing to return to study.
- Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) (Honours)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) (Honours)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) (Honours)
- Bachelor of Mechatronic Systems Engineering (Honours)
- Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil Engineering)
- Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Mechanical Engineering)
- Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Mining Engineering)
Our postgraduate coursework programs in mining, maintenance and reliability engineering are well known in industry. A new course in geotechnical and hydrological engineering is backed by government supported research that attracts professionals and students from around the world.
These programs are suitable for those with existing undergraduate tertiary qualifications and/or industry experience.
- Master of Mining Engineering Ballarat
- Master of Engineering Technology (Civil Engineering) Ballarat
- Master of Engineering Technology (Mechanical Engineering) Ballarat
- Master of Engineering Technology (Mining Engineering) Ballarat
- Graduate Diploma of Mining Ballarat
- Graduate Certificate in Reliability Engineering Online learning
- Graduate Certificate in Maintenance Management Online learning
- Graduate Diploma of Engineering Maintenance Management Online learning
- Master of Geomechanics and Geohydrology Online learning
- Master of Maintenance and Reliability Engineering Online learning
- Master of Engineering Science Ballarat, Gippsland
- Doctor of Philosophy - Engineering Ballarat, Gippsland
All of our Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and Master of Engineering Technology programs are accredited by Engineers Australia at the professional level.