This Masters builds upon the highly successful and industry renowned Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering, Honours), NHEC. Full-time employment in NHEC (and EBDC) is 87% (GOS 2019) which is well above the national average of 82.4% for undergraduate Engineering degrees according to GOS 2019 data. The Masters in Civil Engineering will further fulfil the growing demand for professionals with advanced knowledge, problem solving skills and research ability in Civil Engineering. This Masters will be technical in nature and will be aimed at enhancing students’ ability to gain employment in both the private and public sector in positions of planning, designing, constructing and management of essential community infrastructure. Graduates will have a wide range of career opportunities in a variety of organisations including: construction companies, transportation authorities and organisations, water utility providers, mining, as well as defence, local councils and other government departments.
A full course is made up of several smaller topics or subjects. These are referred to as 'units'.
Most courses have compulsory 'core' units, as well as optional units.
'Credit points' are the value that each unit contributes towards your course.
Most units at VU are worth 12 credit points. You will need to complete the required course credit points to graduate.
This unit set is studied as part of the following course(s):