- Become a part of the future of sustainable engineering and learn the fundamentals of environmental conservation and rehabilitation.
- Learn from lecturers with successful research backgrounds. The knowledge and skills you’ll acquire will be first-class, to prepare you for a career as an Environmental Engineering Technologist.
- With a strong rural soil and water focus and emphasis upon the study of specialist topics including water and wastewater treatment, mine site rehabilitation and salinisation, you will be equipped to tackle environmental issues head on in the fields of the rehabilitation of mines and landscapes, water resource and conservation, salinisation, irrigation structures, environmental studies and research.
When you have completed the Bachelor of Engineering Science, you have the option to undertake the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and receive the appropriate credit.