Bachelor of Environments (Civil Systems)

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Bachelor of Environments (Civil Systems)

  • Study mode
    Bachelor of Environments (Civil Systems) is undertaken on campus
  • Program rating
    Civil engineers make the infrastructure that is all around us; buildings, tunnels, bridges, roads, transport, water systems... the list is endless. This course teaches students about the critical link between the natural environment and people.
  • Aimed at
    Students wishing to work as civil engineers.
  • Employability
    Government and private institutions employ civil engineers, for example mining companies, consulting firms, manufacturing companies and research organisations.
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  • Academic title
    Bachelor of Environments (Civil Systems)
  • Course description
     Civil engineers plan, design and construct the built environment, ensuring the provision of essential services and infrastructure to improve quality of life.

    From buildings to bridges and tunnels, civil engineers construct edifices at the forefront of technology. Our transport systems, water supply, drainage systems, ports and harbours are all examples of essential services where civil engineers provide a critical link between the natural environment and our needs as people.
    About the Major in Civil Systems

    The Major in Civil Systems prepares you for the demands of the profession. It sits within the context of the Bachelor of Environments to teach you the importance of working within multidisciplinary teams.
    If you seek a career in civil engineering, you will complete the Bachelor of Environments with a major in Civil Systems, followed by the two-year Master of Engineering (Civil or Structural). The five-year Bachelor-Masters combination leads to professional accreditation by Engineers Australia.

    Civil engineers may specialise in structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, water resources engineering, transport and land use planning or project management.

    Employment opportunities are available with a wide range of organisations including: manufacturing companies, research organisations, academic institutions, mining companies, energy agencies, construction companies, consulting firms, government and private industry.

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