Work on a real engineering project with industry partners in your honours year.
Finding solutions to real-world engineering problems means thinking outside the box and using a high level of problem solving skills. You’ll gain these skills at Murdoch through theoretical training from experts in your field, and hands-on experience with industry partners during your honours project.
With an Engineering degree at Murdoch, you’ll have the flexibility to choose the field of engineering that you want to specialise in. With the ability to combine units from different majors, you’ll also have the opportunity to complete a double major in the same four year degree, boosting your professional range and prospects.
Choose from six majors in Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering, Electrical and Power Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Industrial Computer Systems Engineering, Instrumentation and Control Engineering and Renewable Energy Engineering to hone your expertise in your professional field.
You’ll also complete a final honours year allowing you to build on the knowledge learnt in your first 3 years and apply it to a research project. Guided by an experienced supervisor, you’ll have the opportunity to work in state-of-the-art pilot facilities, or with industry partners to contribute to solving a real-world engineering issue.
When you’re finished, you’ll have the research and analytical skills coupled with practical experience tailored to your field of choice. The four year degree makes Murdoch Engineering graduates eligible for provisional membership of Engineers Australia, with professional registration awarded after gaining work experience in the industry.