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Learn how to think independently and find creative and logical solutions in your chosen discipline. Our location in the Top End of Australia is teeming real-world opportunities in Engineering.

Information Technology

Immerse yourself in our interactive learning environment, use state-of-the-art technologies and methodologies to prepare for your chosen field in IT.


Focus on biodiversity and conservation, resource management, landscape and spatial ecology, or take a science degree in biological science, biomedical science, chemical science and applied science. 

Professor David Young
Professor David Young

Message from the Dean

Charles Darwin asked the great questions of nature. There has never been a more important time to do likewise, and to master the emerging technologies of our age.

The College of Engineering, IT and Environment deliver creative and flexible teaching programs and research excellence in the areas of environment and livelihoods, energy and renewables, materials and resources. We equip students with the tools to face our modern challenges.

The staff of the College are renowned, both for the new knowledge they have created and for their ability to pass on this knowledge. Our courses are accredited by their professions and you will be expertly trained as an engineer, IT professional or environmental scientist with qualifications recognised world-wide.

Our graduates have attained success in their careers, and we look forward to seeing you also contribute to the world of the future.

Nyangulya Katie Nalgood, The Owl, 2018, acrylic on canvas, 101 x 122 cm, CDU Art Collection; CDU3236

CEITE Network of Indigenous Partnerships

The Network of Indigenous Partnerships (NIP) has been established to enhance support mechanisms to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander College members across Vocational Educational and Training (VET) and Higher Education (HE).

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Women in science

Advancing Women In STEM Courses

A strategy has been developed by CEITE to enhance gender equity in STEM courses at CDU through a strategic approach for increasing participation and retention.

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    New research explains why barramundi switch sex

    New research from a Charles Darwin University PhD candidate has found the timing of the sex-switching in barramundi is more related to size than age.

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    Data shows Darwin a tropical paradise for snakes

    Data analysed by a Charles Darwin University researcher has confirmed Darwin is a tropical paradise for snakes, harbouring more different species than any other capital city in the country. 

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  • Mimal Land Management Ranger, Everlyn Mardi uses the new NAFI app in central Arnhem Land

    Fire information goes mobile to Australia’s land managers

    Land managers across much of Australia can now access near real-time bushfire information on their mobile phones with the launch of the NAFI (Northern Australia and Rangelands Fire Information system) free mobile app.

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