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Engineering Courses

Engineering is a wide field that attracts people with all kinds of interests, from chemical nuts to metal heads. Metal heads tend to register for metallurgical or mining engineering courses, while chemical nuts try their hand at chemical or biomedical engineering.

Diploma of Engineering

Qualification Level

Diploma

Subject

Engineering
QIBT CRICOS code 070423G »      Duration: 2 semesters (8 months) or 3 semesters (12 months) » &nbs...

Diploma of Audio Engineering and Sound Production

Qualification Level

Diploma

Subject

Engineering
Qualification Diploma Recognition Nationally recognised - meets Australian Qualifications Framework standards. Provider JMC Academy Prerequisites At least 17 years of age, a written application & interview Study mode In-class Location NSW (Sydney)...

Master of Urban and Regional Planning

Qualification Level

Master

Subject

Engineering
The Master of Urban and Regional Planning is designed for people with first degrees in disciplines other than planning to develop the skills and knowledge required to become a planning professional. It examines the theoretical foundations of planning a...

Master of Engineering (Civil and Transport)

Qualification Level

Master

Subject

Engineering
The Master of Engineering (Civil and Transport) aims to provide graduates and current practitioners with an advanced level of knowledge and skills in a range of areas relevant to the transport sector of Civil Engineering. Career Outcomes The Master of...

Master of Engineering (Engineering Management)

Qualification Level

Master

Subject

Engineering
This course teaches engineering management to the future leaders of the industrial engineering sectors, equipping them with the skills they need to compete in the fierce global market. It provides graduates with essential principles and advanced practi...

Engineers are in demand in Australia, so completing engineering courses makes sound professional, not to mention financial, sense. Some of the most popular fields of study include mining engineering courses and mechanical engineering courses, but there are plenty of other industries that need top class engineers, including aviation, construction, software and biomechanics. Australia’s thriving film industry also requires its fair share of sound engineers.

Tafecourses.com.au promotes engineering courses from some of the best tertiary education providers in Australia, including Deakin University, Melbourne Institute of Business & Technology, and Queensland Institute of Business & Technology. Some of the courses on offer include:

- Diploma of Engineering, whose units of study include electrical systems, engineering materials, engineering physics, mathematical modelling, applied algebra and statistics, and programming for engineers.
- Bachelor of Engineering, whose majors include civil engineering, electrical and electronics engineering, mechanical engineering, and mechatronics and robotics engineering.
- Master of Engineering, which allows graduates to further their studies in their chosen area of specialisation.

Engineering has always been a highly respected field, right up there with medicine and law. After all, without engineers we’d have no roads, no cities, no infrastructure, and no space program. So why don’t you sign up for an engineering course and make your parents proud, while making a significant contribution to the well-being of the country.

Search our site to find nationally accredited engineering courses throughout Australia, including mechanical engineering in Sydney, civil engineering in Melbourne and electrical engineering in Brisbane.