Programs and courses

  • Aviation


    The Bachelor of Aviation program prepares graduates for careers in aviation and students have the choice of either a pilot or aviation management specialisation.

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  • Civil Engineering

    Civil Engineering

    Civil Engineering is concerned with planning, designing and building public buildings and facilities, transport systems, gas and water supply systems, sewerage systems, harbours, airports and railways.

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  • Construction Management

    Construction Management

    Construction Management is concerned with planning, organising, directing, controlling and coordinating the construction of civil engineering projects, buildings and dwellings.

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  • Data Science

    Data Science

    Data Science is the broad use of data and quantitative analysis for decision-making and is big business these days as it is highly sought after by a wide range of industries.

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  • Electrical Engineering

    Electrical Engineering

    Electrical Engineering involves designing and developing systems that produce, transmit, measure and control electrical energy for use in homes, the community and industry.

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  • Environmental Science

    Environmental Science

    This discipline is interested in the interaction of human society with the natural environment through conservation and park management, covering disciplines such as ecology, soil science, geography and social sciences. 

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  • Geospatial Science

    Geospatial Science

    Geospatial science is pivotal to understanding and managing the environment via the measurement and analysis of geospatial data. It is important to many industries such as natural resources, government agencies and health.

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  • Information Technology

    Information Technology

    Information technology is now in every facet of life: work, family, sport and leisure. The new ways to use computer technology mean that different roles in this exciting profession are emerging every year.

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  • Maths


    Mathematics graduates are highly sought after and are needed by a broad range of industries such as science, finance, engineering, education, agriculture, health, logistics, business, computing and many more. 

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  • Mechanical Engineering

    Mechanical Engineering

    Mechanical Engineering involves designing, creating and improving systems and machinery for domestic, public and industrial use.

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  • Mechatronics

    Mechatronic Engineering

    Mechatronics is an interdisciplinary area of engineering that combines mechanical and electrical engineering and computer science to create intelligent and robotic systems and applications.

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  • Project Management

    Project Management

    Successful project delivery is of paramount importance to all organisations so the need for specialist project managers has emerged across many industries both locally and internationally.

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  • Science


    Science is concerned with the systematic study of the nature and behaviour of the physical universe and impacts all of society. It is fundamental to technology and industry and can lead to a variety of rewarding careers.

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