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The faculty offers a range of exciting undergraduate and postgraduate courses and conducts fundamental and applied research in its four schools - Architecture and Built Environment, Life and Environmental Sciences, Engineering and Information Technology.
All science faculties believe in the value of research and teaching, yet there are differences in emphasis and approach to core activities. So what makes us different? The Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment at Deakin University has distinctive objectives, expressed through four core values aligned to teaching and learning, research and research training, community engagement and staff empowerment.
We aim to:
We provide a stimulating and supportive environment for study, in which students have ample opportunities to interact with staff and be exposed to the cutting edge of research relevant to their courses.
Courses are offered at the following campuses: Melbourne Burwood Campus, Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus, Geelong Waterfront Campus and Warrnambool Campus. This blend of regional and city campuses enables Deakin to offer a unique range of opportunities for undergraduate and postgraduate study and for staff sabbaticals.
Professor Trevor Day
Pro Vice-Chancellor (Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment)