Civil Systems, part of the Bachelor of Science, is taught on campus.
The Civil Systems major prepares students as civil engineers, instilling concepts of community service, development and improvement. Problem solving in the areas of traffic congestion, drinking water, pollution, energy needs, community planning and urban development develop the skills for a graduate to be able to work in the industry today. Six "Breadth" subjects are part of the bachelor, allowing students to study something outside of the science faculty and learn something to complement their degree.
Those wishing to become civil engineers.
The Civil System degree leads to employment as a civil engineer in organisations such as manufacturing companies, research organisations, mining companies, academic institutions, energy agencies and local, state and federal governments.
Civil engineers can earn anywhere between AUD $55,000 and $200,000 per year depending on experiene and responsibility.