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Bachelor of Engineering Honours

Engineering offers a world of exciting, challenging and well paid career opportunities. The Bachelor of Engineering Honours is accredited through Engineers Australia, meaning graduates meet national and international benchmarks.

The following degree specialisations are offered:

  • chemical engineering
  • civil and structural engineering
  • electrical and electronics engineering
  • mechanical engineering

A bachelor honours degree in software engineering is also offered, for further course details refer to Bachelor of Software Engineering Honours

Entry Requirements

Successful completion of one of the following:

Program Structure

The Bachelor of Engineering Honours program has been structured to provide an interesting and innovative learning experience for students. Many interesting technical avenues are explored, and students graduate with abilities which prepare them for life as a professional engineer. These abilities include:

  • self learning
  • leadership
  • innovation
  • creativity
  • people skills

Class sizes are large enough to allow stimulating interaction between students, yet small enough to ensure all students receive individual attention from lecturing and technical staff. Combined with good facilities and equipment, this ensures that students have every chance of academic excellence. Career opportunities include: design, manufacturing, construction, applied research and consulting. Graduates are also sought after for management positions because of their broad skill base and knowledge of state-of-the-art technology.

Detailed information about this course can be found at:


Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic achievement. Find out more about scholarships at CDU.


Brochures of the Bachelor of Engineering Honours can be downloaded from: