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Engineering

Instrumentation Control and Automation Engineering

Overview

Learn to develop measuring instruments and intelligent systems to automate monitoring, processing, and production in different engineering industries. Control engineers design and manage devices/systems to perform desired behaviours in order to improve production or processes. Graduates can apply strong design and analytical skills to diverse roles in the building and healthcare, mining and mineral processing, oil and gas, manufacturing and agriculture industries.

USQ’s flagship programs in Instrumentation Control and Automation Engineering include the Associate Degree of Engineering and the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours). You could also combine automation engineering skills with biological or environmental sciences by studying the double degree Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Bachelor of Science.

Professional engineers currently working on ground-breaking research can choose the Master or Doctorate research program where your tuition fees may be fully-funded.

Study Instrumentation, Control and Automation Engineering with the #1 University in Queensland for Engineering Graduates in Full-time Employment.*

*Good Universities Guide 2021.

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