Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering)

Level: Undergraduate

The Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering) will teach you the principles of designing, building, maintaining and managing infrastructure within the built environment. You will develop professional technical, managerial, organisational, financial, environmental and problem solving skills in the discipline.
Civil engineers are concerned with all types of structures including dams, bridges, pipelines, roads, towers and buildings. As a graduate, you may work on the design and construction of our transport systems, the design and management of our gas and water supply, harbours, airports or railways. You may be involved in the planning, design and testing of the structures of private and public buildings and facilities, or in the assessment of the impact of large scale projects on the environment, pollution control, environmental control and resource protection and management.
The Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering) may be undetaken as a four year degree in traditional civil engineering, or in specialised construction management, project engineering and management, structural engineering, environmental engineering or geotechnical engineering. As a Sydney graduate engineer, you will be accredited by Engineers Australia and recognised internationally through the Washington Accord.

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