Learn about the range of engineering and science courses from Victoria University. We offer everything from sports engineering through to environmental management. Gain the skills to take your career further. You can study at short course, TAFE, degree or postgraduate level.
Short courses 1 course
Higher Education diplomas 1 course
Study a one-year specialised diploma, with more focussed academic and English support to better prepare you for success in undergraduate study.
On completion, you will be guaranteed entry into the second year of a nominated bachelor degree.
Bachelor degrees (undergraduate) 9 courses
Develop an independent and creative approach to building design and learn about the cultural, social, technical and sustainable issues that are associated with the built environment.
Take a leading role in exciting, large-scale building construction with VU's Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours).You’ll learn all the skills needed to manage residential, commercial and industrial projects.
Launch your career as an architectural engineer with the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Architectural Engineering) at Victoria University.
With an emphasis on project work, this course provides study at a fourth-year level which builds on the knowledge and skills developed at degree level.
Postgraduate 4 courses
The Master of Applied Information Technology (NMIT) is a flexible, accredited course, providing advanced training for students with an IT degree.
Gain specialised skills in electrical power, telecommunications, process engineering or water management and aim for a top engineering career with the Master of Engineering.
Prepare for a rewarding project-management role, or learn new skills for your current project-management position, with a graduate qualification from VU.
You’ll gain a diverse and in-demand skill set for a challenging and rewarding career when you study the Master of Project Management.
Postgraduate research 7 courses
Our Office for Research provides support to our current and future researchers, such as:
- identify a research topic
- find a supervisor
- apply for research supervision or grants.
Develop your knowledge and focus your practical skills on a specific research area in engineering with the Master of Engineering (by Research).
Undertake important and innovative engineering projects. Our integrated program provides an alternative path to a PhD in Engineering.
Aim for career as an academic, IT expert or computer scientist. Our integrated PhD teaches you best-practice research methods before you begin original and important study.
Studying at VULearn more about studying at VU as a non-resident:
I studied Architectural Engineering and now work as a graduate building services engineer. VU helped me get to where I am today by providing me with a lot of practical experience – something that is unique in the industry. VU brought in a lot of real life engineers, building practitioners and leading technologists to run sessions with us on how the industry works and the kinds of skills employers are looking for.Gokul Mani