Bachelor of Engineering (BENG)

General

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Program Description

Bachelor of Engineering (BENG)

Locations:

  • Casuarina Campus
  • External Studies

This course includes specializations in chemical engineering, civil engineering, electrical and electronics engineering and mechanical engineering. Emphasis is placed on learning through project work with students being exposed to professional engineering practice through guest lectures by practicing engineers, site visits, and work experience.

CDU engineering courses were developed in consultation with industry representatives. Students graduate with a solid foundation of engineering studies as well as the advantage of an education that is directly aligned with industry requirements.

Admission Requirements

The South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre (SATAC) receives and processes applications for admission to Charles Darwin University Higher Education prospective students.

English Language Requirements for International Students

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Assumed Knowledge
Stage 2 Mathematical Studies

Professional Recognition

Graduates of the Civil, Electrical and Electronics and Mechanical engineering streams are eligible for membership of Engineers Australia at the level of Professional Engineer.

The Chemical engineering stream is designed to meet the requirements for accreditation by Engineers Australia at the level of professional engineer and accreditation is currently being sought. Accreditation of any new engineering specialization occurs in the first year it is offered. Such accreditation is provisional until the course produces its first graduates.

Career Opportunities

Career opportunities for graduates exist in design and construction, buildings and town planning, new and sustainable forms of energy, digital control, computer control of machines, water supply and treatment, environmental protection, management, marketing and technical advice.

Last updated February 2018

About the School

More than 120 years ago, Banjo Paterson described the Northern Territory as a “vast wild land, full of huge possibilities”.And he was right.So how did a relatively small population, spread sparsely ac ... Read More

More than 120 years ago, Banjo Paterson described the Northern Territory as a “vast wild land, full of huge possibilities”.And he was right.So how did a relatively small population, spread sparsely across an area, one–fifth the land mass of Australia, with little educational resources to speak of, turn those possibilities into a reality?By creating a study environment where the freedom exists for people to evolve their lives.Today this environment is captured at Charles Darwin University (CDU). Read less
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