Accelerate your engineering career with a business specialisation at Australia’s top-ranked engineering school.

Why choose engineering with business at Melbourne?

Combining the technical know-how of an engineering degree from Australia’s top engineering school with business knowledge will open up a whole new world of career opportunities.

The Master of Engineering with Business allows you to combine technical engineering knowledge in one of six specialisations (Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Software) with the business and management skills to help fast-track your career.

You will undertake business subjects co-developed with Melbourne Business School that have been tailored specifically for engineering students. You will be empowered with the technical skills and the fundamental business knowledge to understand the management and workings of a broad range of modern organisations.

Our professional Master of Engineering degree with Business is the first graduate program in Australia to be accredited by Engineers Australia and EUR-ACE®, qualifying graduates to practice as biomedical engineers in Australia, Europe, the US, Singapore, Japan and many more.

Courses in Engineering with Business

How to study engineering with business at Melbourne

It takes five years to become a professionally accredited engineer with business specialisation. You start with either a Bachelor of Biomedicine, a Bachelor of Design or a Bachelor of Science with an engineering major. Then you’ll choose a two-year Master of Engineering with an Engineering with Business specialisation.

A three-year Master of Engineering program is available if you have not completed the required undergraduate engineering subjects, but have met the maths and science entry requirements.

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The student experience

Justin Moscatelli discusses why he chose the Master of Engineering (Chemical with Business).

Chemical Engineering with Business - Justin Moscatelli from Melbourne School of Engineering on Vimeo.