A bachelor's degree is a hallmark of higher education. It is given to those who dedicate three to seven years studying a specific program. A bachelor's degree can be earned in a variety of disciplines in the arts and sciences.
Bachelor’s in Engineering are concerned with the practical applications of the advancements in scientific, economic and social theories. It follows a process of observation, design, implementation and maintenance of solutions for all kinds of problems and issues. The discipline encompasses a great variety of fields and students are bound to find a degree they like.
Due to the numerous countries within Oceania, work occasions and work permit laws differ greatly, with data on opportunities in some nations being limited. Australia and New Zealand are the most advanced countries in the area.
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The Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil) was developed following rigorous consultation with industry stakeholders, benchmarking comparative courses within Australia. The program offers an exit point after the first two years at the Associate Degree level. [+]
The Division of Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment is a world-leader in information technology teaching and research situated in Technology Park, a world-class location nestled among 80 companies creating the perfect environment for collaboration and innovation... [+]
Have you always been a bit of a techie, do you love games and playing around on your computer and would you like to understand how software works from the inside out? Do you prefer to think in solutions rather than problems? If you happily tick all these boxes, be sure to come and discover our Information Technology programme! [+]
Gain the theoretical and applied knowledge of both the hardware and software fields of computing with specialisations in the design and maintenance of computer systems, databases, programming, operating systems, computer networking, internet and web development, gaming and animation, technical support and embedded controller applications for a wide range of industries. [+]
A flexible and comprehensive four year degree with a strong focus on practical learning that prepares you to work as an engineer. With a campus located... [+]
Bachelor of Engineering
A flexible and comprehensive four year degree with a strong focus on practical learning that prepares you to work as an engineer. With a campus located in one of Australia’s leading high-technology precincts, Macquarie is a great place to study engineering. Engineering at Macquarie is unique because you learn about electronic, software and mechanical engineering before you specialise according to your interests and goals. This integrated learning approach provides you with the skills employers look for in this fast growing and rapidly changing field.
Key featuresA common first year enables students to transfer easily between engineering majors, except for software engineering. The Engineering Industry Partnership Program creates opportunities for students to engage with our industry partners throughout their degree. Focus on industry experience culminating in a 16-week final year project. By adding just one more year of study the degree can be combined with other degree programs such as Science, Arts or Commerce. ... [-]
Undertake the Bachelor of Games Development at SAE and build your expertise in programming or games design. [+]
Discover the power of computing technology and how it can help you develop real world solutions and innovations with this stimulating, hands-on programme. [+]
Whether you want to work in a music production studio, in post production for film or TV, live sound, radio broadcasting, sound and plugin design, game sound or in one of the many different areas of the music business, the Audio Production degree programme supplies you with the practical skills and theoretical knowledge required for a successful career. [+]
Information systems help people use technology to make the best possible decisions. This degree, accredited by the Australian Computer Society, gives you a comprehensive understanding of the tools and techniques required to manage these complex systems, and creative innovative solutions to information challenges. [+]
The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) is a four year degree program with common first year structure. The program has been designed to meet Engineers Australia professional accreditation requirements – Competency Stage 1 Professional Engineers and Australian Quality Frameworks (AQF) Level 8. [+]
The <strong>AIT Bachelor of Information Technology (Mobile Applications Development)</strong>, or “BIT(MAD)” for short, will provide you with the knowledge, skills and technologies needed to design and develop complex software applications across a range of mobile & web platforms. [+]
This course includes specialisations in chemical engineering, civil engineering, electrical and electronics engineering and mechanical engineering. Emphasis is placed on learning through project work with [+]
Bachelor of Engineering (BENG)
Locations:Casuarina Campus External Studies
This course includes specialisations 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 practising 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.... [-]
The Bachelor Degree delivers advanced and applied explorations in electronics and acoustics, as well as the extension of sound concepts into mixed media such as television, film and radio. The aesthetic and cultural contexts of sound... [+]
The Bachelor Degree delivers advanced and applied explorations in electronics and acoustics, as well as the extension of sound concepts into mixed media such as television, film and radio. The aesthetic and cultural contexts of sound production are further explored through the development of strong critical thinking, acoustic analysis, listening and problem solving. Integration units are geared towards teamwork and are designed to encourage collaboration whilst enhancing technical skills and experience. Studio units focus on the transition to more self-directed folio building practice. In addition to studio time, students are required to apply planning, conceptual thinking and technical skills to the recording of an acoustic ensemble, outside of the traditional recording studio. Students are also encouraged to enhance their experience by collaborating with students from other departments, in particular with those from film and television, and music performance. Towards the final two trimesters, business and development studies build further on the individual aesthetics and creativity of students. Units at this level include more targeted skills in audio post-production, surround sound and large scale PA systems design. Studio units draw upon the students’ conceptual knowledge and technical skills to initiate and complete a soundtrack for a visual production. Students also have the opportunity to creatively experiment with their audio engineering and sound production craft in preparation of their show reel. This unit places students amongst high-end audio technology facilities and specialised outboard equipment, as found in premier studios around the world. Finally, students engage in research to develop their areas of interest and specialisation. This also enhances their potential for establishing and sustaining their professional practice opportunities. What Career will this Course prepare me for? As a result of the introduction and wide acceptance of wave form digital recording and editing systems such as ProTools, the Audio Industry has become increasingly specialised. The implication for those students embarking on a career in the industry requires that they have a broad understanding of varied operational styles, combined with as much practical operating experience as possible. To enhance employment prospects further, knowledge and experience in communication techniques – as taught at the JMC Academy – will position graduates at the forefront of this industry. Essentially, work may be found within:... [-]
This programme focuses on the theoretical and practical aspects of computers and their application in business and industry and provides entry to postgraduate study. [+]
The Degree Transfer program is designed to give students fast track access to a Bachelor Degree at the University of Adelaide. [+]
The Degree Transfer program is designed to give students fast track access to a Bachelor Degree at the University of Adelaide, if they cannot enter the Bachelor Degree program directly. Successful completion of the Degree Transfer Program guarantees entry into second year of a bachelor program at the University of Adelaide. The Degree Transfer programs are a combination of bridging material and first year course material from the University of Adelaide degree program. Most classes are conducted on the main campus of the University of Adelaide. In the first and second semester, students study the exact same subjects as the first-year university students at the University of Adelaide except in the Degree Transfer program, it is taught in a much more intensive format with the following features:... [-]