Undergraduate Engineering & IT Study
The Engineering program at Melbourne has been designed to reflect the evolving needs of both industry and the modern student. To become a professionally accredited engineering students now complete five years of study, comprising a three-year undergraduate degree with an engineering major, followed by a two-year Master of Engineering.
You can choose from one of three IT majors in the Bachelor of Science: Computing and Software Systems, Informatics or Geomatics. Alternatively you can undertake a concurrent Diploma in Informatics, or a breadth track of 3–6 IT subjects, as part of your undergraduate degree. Visit the Melbourne School of Information website for more information:
1. Geomatics and Software Engineering are also considered as IT Majors.
Engineering Study Pathways
Melbourne Degrees (3 years) 1
Bachelor of Biomedicine
Bachelor of Commerce
Subject sequences in the following Engineering areas:
Master of Engineering (2 years) — Specialisations
Exit to employment with professional accreditation or further research study
2. Please note that students undertaking sequences in Biochemical Systems and Chemical Systems in the Bachelor of Commerce will be required to complete a 2.5 year Master of Engineering.