Are you ready for a career in Construction Management, Structural Engineering or Transportation design and practice? Gain skills in planning, critical thinking, problem solving, inspection, collaboration, communication and project management, as well as specialist skills and knowledge in engineering.
What ideas do you have to improve buildings, structures and transportation?
Our Associate Degree of Engineering Technology (Civil) gives you the opportunity to start your career in construction management, structural engineering design (civil and municipal) and transportation design and practice.
The Associate Degree of Engineering Technology (Civil) is a two-year program of study, supplemented by an extended project-based classroom activity.
The program is the first two years of the Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil), and offers a pathway to further study.
Industry connections and resources
Our Associate Degree of Engineering Technology (Civil) was developed following rigorous consultation with industry stakeholders and benchmarking with comparative courses within Australia. The program is part of the Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil) with an optional exit point after two years at Associate Degree level.
You’ll gain a professional role within the Engineering sector depending on what stream you choose to specialise in. You’ll also be able to pursue further studies through our Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil). With some further study, you could work as a structural engineer, municipal engineer or within the construction management sector.
Assessment consist of essays, reports, reflective journals, case studies, analysis, presentations, projects, portfolios and examinations.
VTAC CodeEpping 6900210142
DepartmentProfessional Practice - HE
Modes of Delivery
Online components, Classroom
Enquire now to find out if you are eligible for government funding and other forms of help paying for fees. The student tuition fees as published are correct at time of publication and subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.
Assessment MethodsAssessment methods is a blend of essays, reports, reflective journals, case studies and analysis, oral presentations, projects, portfolios tests and exams.
MaterialsStudents will need to purchase a graphics calculator.
Entrance RequirementsApplicants with recent secondary education (within the past two years)
- Satisfactory completion of Year 12 VCE or equivalent with a minimum ATAR of 50.
- Minimum study score of 25 in one of the VCE Units 3&4 English subjects or equivalent.
- Minimum study score of 25 in VCE Units 3&4 Mathematical Methods or Specialist Mathematics. Students lacking the mathematics prerequisite will complete a bridging course in Foundation Mathematics.
- Completion of a Diploma, an Advanced Diploma or Associate Degree in related fields of studies.
- Students lacking the mathematics prerequisite will complete a bridging course in Foundation Mathematics.
- For students applying for credit transfer of subjects a minimum study score of 60% for each completed subject is required. The subjects should be at AQF levels 5, 6, 7.
- A minimum of 2 years relevant industry experience.
- Applicants must participate in a selection interview to demonstrate capability to undertake study at degree level and personal attributes suitable for the profession of civil engineering.
- Applicants must present school reports/study records and may be required to take a written test if necessary.
Pathways to further studyAreas of employment include, construction management, structural engineering design (civil and municipal) as well as transportation design and practice.
Career PathwaysGraduates can pursue further studies through Melbourne Polytechnic's Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil) with specialisation in one of three majors: Structural Design, Municipal and Transportation, or Construction Management.
Units Of Study
Credit points are a basic measure of student workload. All subjects are given a credit point value. Most subjects at Melbourne Polytechnic are 12 credit points. A normal full-time annual workload is 96 credit points. The academic year is divided into two main semesters; full-time students usually enrol in 48 credit points each semester, part time students usually enrol in 24 credit points each semester or less.
|BET102||ENGINEERING SKILLS 1|
|BET103||ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1|
|BET106||CIVIL ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION|
|BET107||MECHANICS OF STRUCTURES 1|
|BET108||ENGINEERING SKILLS 2|
|BET201||MECHANICS OF STRUCTURES 2|
|BET202||ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABLE DESIGN|
|BET203||ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 2|
|BET205||COMPUTER AIDED ENGINEERING|
|BET206||PRINCIPLES OF GEOMECHANICS|
|BET207||ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT 1|
|BET209||MINOR ENGINEERING PROJECT|
This qualification aligns with the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) level 6.
This course is accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA).