1 James Cook Drive Townsville Queensland 4814
CRICOS course code: 085380B
Level of study: Undergraduate
What to expect
In your Engineering (Honours) course, prepare yourself for the challenges of today and tomorrow through industry-based teaching. Build a thorough understanding of engineering fundamentals in your first year with theoretical and practical learning. You will study a specialised major, with honours-level content integrated throughout.
Participate in 12 weeks of industry-based practical placement – you may even be paid for your work experience. Studies culminate in your final year with an honours component, where you will complete a major engineering project and thesis.
Benefit from the flexibility of a JCU science course and develop your passion in your chosen field. Learn from world-renowned lecturers and conduct hands-on research in North Queensland’s unique tropical environment.
You will learn the fundamentals of science, before choosing from nine different science majors to suit your interests.
Become a world-class engineering and science professional. Experience the benefits of a joint degree and graduate with a broad skillset that is highly sought-after in the local and global economy.
Combining Engineering and Science qualifications give JCU graduates a wide range of employment and career opportunities.
Graduates pursue careers in various areas including hospitals, resource management, defence agencies, scientific and technological research, mathematics, conservation, environmental science, chemistry, mining, or biotechnology.
You could find employment as an aerospace avionics engineer, chemical engineer, civil engineer, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, biomedical specialist, environmental scientist, mathematician, or AI machine learning specialist. Alternatively, go on to study the Bachelor of Science (Honours).
Graduates may be eligible for membership with the following organisations:
Graduates who major in Chemistry may be eligible to register for non-corporate membership of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI). With an additional three years of Chemistry experience, they may be eligible to register as a Chartered Chemist with Corporate Membership of RACI.
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Cairns City campus36 Shields Street
Smithfield Campus14-88 McGregor Road
James Cook UniversityDouglas campus
Townsville City CampusCity Arcade, 383 Flinders Street
Students are required to complete academic qualification of Australia grade 12 or equivalent. Entry requirements may vary from country to country.
Course pre-requisites: English, Maths B. Students considering the Molecular and Cell Biology major will require Senior Chemistry (or equivalent).
IELTS - 6.0 (no component lower than 6.0); TOEFL (internet based) - 74 (no component less than 18); Pearson (PTE Academic) - 52 (no component less than 52); C1 Advanced / C2 Proficiency: 169 (no component less than 169).