Your dream of being an engineer isn’t out of reach. Begin a professional pathway with this Bachelor of Technology (Engineering) course from Edith Cowan University.
Designed for students who may not achieve the entrance requirements for the Bachelor of Engineering but who aspire to have a career in an engineering-related area, this qualification provides the foundation skills and knowledge required to work in engineering technology, and offers a strong base of maths, physics, design and engineering skills from which to grow your career. You’ll have the opportunity to develop a strong foundation of engineering skills and competencies, in areas including programming, computer-aided design, mechanics and systems design.
This qualification acts as a pathway to the Master of Engineering, which is a professionally accredited qualification that will enable you to work professionally as an engineer after just two additional years of study. You’ll have the opportunity to build relevant practical skills and complete part of the work experience required for qualification as an engineer in this bachelor’s course, with six weeks of practical placement available.
If you like working with detail and have a head for solving problems, this qualification may be your next career step.