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Find out more about the range of undergraduate programs on offer at the School of Natural and Built Environments.

Student community projects on VanuatuCivil Engineering

Civil engineers design, maintain and improve the infrastructure components and resources of our cities, towns and rural areas. They design, build and manage the components of this infrastructure, whilst taking into consideration any social, environmental and financial constraints.

The modern civil engineer understands and tries to minimise the possible impact of development on the natural environment and consults regularly with community representatives on community concerns. Civil engineers work in multi disciplinary team environments and therefore need to develop the ability to effectively communicate, manage people and resources

 
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Rebecca Pierotti - Civil Engineering - University of South Australia

Civil Engineering graduate Rebecca Pierotti discusses her experience of studying at the University of South Australia and where it has taken her in her career. Find out more at http://www.unisa.edu.au/engineering World Top 100 for Engineering and Technology* *2013-14 Times Higher Education World University Rankings UniSA's Division of Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment is a world-leader in engineering teaching and research, boasting standards of academic excellence in engineering and technology that have been ranked amongst the top 100 universities in the world, the top six in Australia and the only university in South Australia in the 2013-14 Times Higher Education World University Rankings. These results follow recognition from Excellence in Research Australia for the Division's global vision and outstanding dedication to industry research with the achievement of a world-class or above rating for more than 86 per cent of our university's assessed research. This includes a ranking of 4 for Engineering -- a performance above world standard. Accompanying these impressive results is a ranking one (1) for teaching in Civil Engineering in the national Graduate Careers Australia 2012 Course Experience Questionnaire.

Civil Engineering graduate Rebecca Pierotti discusses her experience of studying at the University of South Australia and where it has taken her in her career. Find out more at http://www.unisa.edu.au/engineering World Top 100 for Engineering and...

  



Construction management field campsConstruction Management and Economics

Modern construction is a complex, highly organised commercial business dealing with large capital investments, sophisticated construction techniques, highly skilled labour and real-time project information systems. Every construction project is different, with new challenges in planning, design, construction, commissioning and evolving project teams. This brings alternative ideas and fresh problems to solve. Rapid changes in technology continue to test the ingenuity and enterprise of estimators, project managers, contract administrators, schedulers and other experts in the field.

   


Environmental and Geospatial Sciences

Environmental ScienceIn recent years there has been a growth interest in caring for the environment. The development of new government services, private business and community activities are indicative of this interest area. Our Environmental Science degree stands demonstrates our strong commitment to field studies and the way we integrate subjects such as ecology, soil science, geography, geospatial analysis, society and the environment.

The need to know every corner of the planet, to understand how environmental issues, population growth and natural disasters affect us all, has created a growing demand for Geospatial Scientists. These scientists gather, manage, analyse and present geospatial information for a huge range of application s and contribute to the development of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Global Positioning systems (GPS).

    

Urban and regional planning exchange programUrban and Regional Planning

Our landscape is made up of a mosaic of cities, towns, suburbs, neighbourhoods and rural areas. The practice of urban and regional planning is essentially about designing and managing the shared spaces in which people live. Planners have the social responsibility of setting the policy framework within which land use is managed and development takes place. This important role aims to make our cities, towns and regions visually appealing, ecologically sustainable, socially inclusive, efficient and economically productive.

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