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  • University of South Australia

    USA-ADE-DEG | Undergraduate

    Transform from tradesperson to engineering professional

    Learn core engineering concepts and essential maths, physics and chemistry. Combine those with key business management skills, and you’ll be ready to enter the engineering industry, or transition from a trade to a technical or management role.

  • Torrens University Australia

    TUA-SOE-DIP | Undergraduate

    Design and create strategic software solutions

    Build technical skills in this IT course, co-developed with IBM. You’ll explore the fundamentals of algorithm and data structure design. Get to know software engineering project management. Work with ethical research practices.

  • Torrens University Australia

    Game theory and programming skills

    Get to work coding commercial games. You’ll experiment on industry-standard engines and gain experience with the PlayStation 5 platform. Learn from experienced educators and start making games from day one.

  • Torrens University Australia

    Build games from concept to commercial release

    Make games from day one, collaborating with other programmers and designers. You’ll develop investigative skills, taking an analytical and creative approach to problem-solving. Get hands-on experience with Unity, Unreal and more.

  • Torrens University Australia

    Investigate everything AI, from natural language processing to robotics

    This course helps you find and solve AI software problems. You’ll work on mastering industry-standard programming skills. And by collaborating in teams, you’ll develop negotiation, research, and professional skills. Co-developed with IBM.

  • University of Tasmania

    Get on track for a career in rail engineering

    Dive into designing, constructing, commissioning, monitoring, maintaining and managing a section of track. Build skills to communicate and ensure the track meets standards.

  • Southern Cross University

    Become a professional and accredited engineer

    This engineering degree unpacks the maths and science engineers need to solve complex engineering problems. Choose to specialise in civil or mechanical engineering. 60 days of industry placement develops your professional conduct and judgement.

  • Southern Cross University

    SCU-ENG-DEG | Undergraduate

    Engineering skills for work in civil construction, manufacturing, and production

    Break into the engineering field as an engineering associate. Delve into engineering technologies and materials. You’ll learn to use maths and physics for problem-solving. Get to know compliance. Specialise in civil construction or intelligent machines.

  • Southern Cross University

    Move up the ladder to supervision in civil construction

    Take your trade to the next level. Upskill in specialisations including CAD, site safety, and planning. Graduate and be ready for roles including estimator and safety officer. Or continue your studies in civil engineering with degree level study.

  • Southern Cross University

    Get ready to step on site and supervise

    Work towards a career in construction, project management, or engineering. Through online study and industry placements you’ll develop practical and technical skills. Graduate and you’re ready to work in industry and be recognised professionally.