Master of Professional Engineering (Civil)
Intakes: July, February
International tuition: A$36,830
Domestic tuition: A$27,560
In this program, you will develop the strategic and technical skills required to tackle ‘wicked problems’, applying design thinking and systems engineering principles to develop solutions that are both innovative and ethical. You will also complete a year-long advanced civil engineering project (design-based or theoretical – the choice is yours), which can potentially be linked to industry.
This program can be done
pplicants with a non-engineering Bachelor Degree with at least 20 units of study in Mathematics (especially calculus and linear algebra); and Science, as related to civil engineering will, if admitted into the program, be required to complete the 240 unit or 3 year program (Pathway A). For applicants with a Bachelor Degree in a different engineering discipline area entry and program duration will be assessed by the Faculty on a case-by-case basis. Applicants with a Bachelor Degree equivalent to the Sydney Accord standard in the same engineering discipline area: i.e. Bachelor of Civil Engineering with a UoN determined GPA of 4.5 and above, may be eligible for up to 80 units (1 year) of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Potentially reducing the program duration to 160 unit or 2 years (Pathway B). Exact RPL can only be determined on application. Applicants with a Bachelor Honours Degree recognised by the Washington Accord in the same engineering discipline area, may be eligible for up to 160 units of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) (2 years). Potentially reducing the program duration to 80 unit or 1 year (Pathway C). Exact RPL can only be determined on application. IELTS 6.5 overall (min 6.0 in each subtest) TOEFL iBT 83 overall (min. 24 in writing, 20 in reading, listening and speaking) TOEFL PBT 550 overall (min. 4.5 in TWE)
Engineers work on a huge range of tasks in many different environments – industries like electronics, energy, food, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, construction, environmental health and transportation. Engineering continues to be one of the most in-demand qualifications in the world, with many countries desperate to fill a shortage of professional skills in this field.
Callaghan , Australia