Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Environmental Engineering)
Be the change
Be the change you want to see in the world, with the help of USQ’s Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Environmental). Study while you work, either online or on-campus, and have you the flexibility to adapt your study to your life.
USQ’s lecturers will provide you with the first-class knowledge and skills needed to prepare you to study and change the effects of major environmental issues and work in some of the most influential environmental sectors. Plan, design and implement change in the infrastructure of land development and rehabilitation, water and soil management and create innovative solutions to complex problems. With your skills and knowledge, a wide variety of careers will be available to you after you graduate as a qualified Professional Engineer, Environmental Engineer or Natural Resource Manager.
Apply your knowledge through practical work experience and an exciting final year research project that will give you hands-on industry experience. Previous students have produced projects in the fields of an investigation into obtaining energy for abattoir wastewater, the revised field procedure for surface irrigation evaluation and the ranking of potential emissions reducing technologies for businesses.
Expand your field of study
You have an opportunity to increase your knowledge further and combine your major studies in Environmental Engineering with a four-unit minor in Management, Climatology or Geographic Information Systems.
When you graduate with your Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), you will be eligible to apply for membership with Engineers Australia as a graduate Professional Engineer. With the experience you will gain from working in the field, you may apply for chartered status as a Professional Engineer. You will also have the opportunity to work overseas, with your accreditation recognised in those countries that are signatories to the Washington Accord.
In addition to the courses listed below, you will also need to complete practical experience, where interactive hands-on activities, such as experiments and use of specialist equipment, are undertaken.
All students must be able to meet the physical and other professional requirements of practical experience within this program.Residential schools
In addition to the courses listed below, external students will also have the opportunity to come on-campus for residential schools where you will attend face-to-face lectures and tutorials, use the facilities and meet staff and other students.
|Courses to be studied||Units|
|plus 21 x major courses
|plus 8-9 x practice courses (0 unit value)
How much will it cost?
Approximate annual costs1 for your first year of study (8 units) in this program are:
|Commonwealth supported||AUD 9352|
|Domestic full fee paying||AUD 24080|
Loan to help you pay your fees
You may not have to pay your course (subject) fees upfront. HECS-HELP and FEE-HELP allows you to defer your fees until your income reaches a certain level.
You may also be eligible to receive financial support from Centrelink.
Scholarships and financial assistance
You may be able to apply for scholarships to help with your study costs.
This program includes a compulsory professional experience component that may involve travel, accommodation and meal expenses.
This program includes an on-campus residential school component that involves travel, accommodation and meal expenses.
The lowest OP/unadjusted Rank to which an offer was made is 13/71. OP/Ranks based upon all offers made in Semester 1, 2018.
- Subject pre-requisites: English (4, SA), Mathematics B (4, SA) or equivalent
- Recommended study: Year 12 Physics (4SA)
English Language Requirements
You are required to satisfy the applicable English language requirements. This program requires a minimum of IELTS 6.0 or equivalent.
If you do not meet the English language requirements you may apply to study a University-approved English language program.
Further admission information
An adjusted Selection Rank is the result of combining additional ranks through special entry schemes for admission.
Special entry schemes for admissions may help you get into the program of your choice by increasing your Selection Rank, through the allocation of additional ranks in certain circumstances.
An adjusted Selection Rank is the result of combining additional ranks with a student's OP/Selection Rank. An unadjusted Selection Rank is the student's Selection Rank without any rank adjustments.
How to apply
Applying directly to USQ:
- Semester 2, 2018 - applications close Monday 2 July, with Semester 2 commencing on Monday 16 July 2018.
- Semester 1, 2019 - applications close Monday 18 February, with Semester 1 commencing on Monday 25 February 2019.
If you are applying via QTAC, you will need to check the QTAC closing dates.