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Bachelor of Engineering Systems (Honours), Bachelor of Business and Enterprise

Undergraduate | SCU-ESB-DEG | 2024

Business skills plus engineering principles equals unique career opportunities

A double degree in engineering and business. You’ll choose either a civil or mechanical engineering specialisation plus a business major. With business capabilities added to your professional engineer’s toolkit, you can unlock a higher earning potential.

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Study method
100% online study with practicum placement
100% online
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4 years full time or part time equivalent
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Bachelor of Engineering Systems (Honours), Bachelor of Business and Enterprise

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Career opportunities

Graduates are equipped with skill set to pursue careers across the engineering and business spectrum, as professional engineers with management and business capabilities or in business and innovation careers that require a thorough understanding of engineering. 

Graduates from the Civil Engineering specialisation will be able to work in a range of settings, including traffic and transport, humanitarian organisations, engineering design, government authorities, water supply and management agencies, construction companies, natural resource management organisations, consulting engineering companies, mining companies, irrigation authorities, research organisations and in tertiary education.

Graduates from the Mechanical Engineering specialisation have broad employment prospects in local and global markets, including both regional and metropolitan locations. They can work in diverse industries including heavy machinery, power generation, mining, manufacturing, production planning, automotive, aerospace, medical, environment, building industries and consumer product design and tertiary education. Mechanical engineers are in demand in government departments, building services, manufacturing centres, power plants, consulting engineering companies, ship building, railroads, control and automation industries, and robotics industries.

Graduates may also pursue careers as entrepreneurs, capable of running their own engineering business.

Professional recognition

The Bachelor of Engineering Systems (Honours) is accredited by Engineers Australia.

Career outlook

Construction Managers:
Over $120K
Corporate General Managers:
Unknown average
Policy and Planning Managers:
Over $120K
Research and Development Managers:
Over $120K
Engineering Managers:
Over $120K

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