Engineers combine mathematics and science with communication skills, critical thinking and management skills to design and develop products and solutions for real world problems. From designing computer chips to constructing dams – engineers work ultimately to advance society.
Engineering at JCU commences with a common first year, then offers a choice of six engineering specialisations to students in their second year. The degree requires twelve weeks of paid, industry-based placements providing students with valuable industry experience and contacts. Engineering design, project management, team work and effective communication are incorporated throughout the program.
The capstone to student learning is the final year Engineering thesis project, which gives candidates the opportunity to carry out a significant research or design task, under the leadership of a supervising member of academic staff. JCU graduates are highly sought after by employers, with most of our students finding employment in their final year of study.
- Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) Start in July 2013
- Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering) Start in July 2013
- Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems Engineering) Start in July 2013
- Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic) Start in July 2013
- Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) Start in July 2013
- Diploma of Introductory Engineering Studies Start in July 2013
- Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering) Start in July 2013
- Graduate Certificate of Planning and Indigenous Communities Start in July 2013
- Bachelor of Engineering-Bachelor of Information Technology Start in July 2013
- Bachelor of Engineering-Bachelor of Science Start in July 2013
- Master of Philosophy - Engineering Start in July 2013