Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment Study Areas

The Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment gives students access to a diverse range of flexible undergraduate and postgraduate courses which are delivered through creative learning technologies and practical experiences.

Our degrees are innovative and responsive to changing industry needs to ensure our graduates have the transferable job-ready skills that open the door to a variety of challenging and exciting careers.

Global Science and Technology Program

The program encourages students to add a global view to their worldly education by supporting them to develop new skills and a broader world view through personal, academic and career development.

Honours

Honours is a specialised year of study which either is embedded into a bachelor's program or taken as an additional year. It's designed to help students draw together the theory and practical skills and develop an in-depth knowledge of a chosen discipline through research and additional course work.

Master of Science (Research)

The first course of its kind to be offered at Deakin, this course comprises a unique combination of coursework and research, and provides the ideal pathway between undergraduate study and a doctoral degree.

Student experiences and stories

The faculty provides students with a diverse range of flexible programs which are delivered through innovative and creative learning technologies and practical experiences. Discover some of the journeys that students have experienced.

How to apply?

Applying is the first step in becoming a Deakin student. Whether you are coming from high school, TAFE or other institutions, from overseas, mature age student wishing to start or extend their career wealth, there is a pathway for you.

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