Become a highly skilled graduate ready to tackle global environmental issues such as climate change, sustainability and pollution. Gain knowledge across environmental engineering industry areas including waste management, water engineering, catchment management and soil and water remediation. This is underpinned by the fundamentals of environmental engineering and the natural and physical sciences, including geography, chemistry, mathematics, environmental science, ecology and hydrology. Develop solutions-led technical and professional skills to put you in high demand in this future-focused field.Read More
Students are required to complete the units below, which include all core units in your course and units within your chosen major.
Level 1 - Trimester 1
Plus 1 open elective (one credit point)
Level 1 - Trimester 2
* This unit has an assumed strong knowledge of Chemistry. Students without VCE Chemistry 3 and 4 or an equivalent are strongly encouraged to undertake
Molecular science is integral to modern environmental engineering. For this reason, knowledge of chemistry is important for all students in the Bachelor of Environmental Engineering (Honours) course. Students who have a weak or no knowledge of year 12 Chemistry should study SLE133. Students who have a strong knowledge of Chemistry may proceed directly to SLE155, and choose an open elective later in the degree.
Level 2 - Trimester 1
Level 2 - Trimester 2
Level 3 - Trimester 1
Level 3 - Trimester 2
Level 4 - Trimester 1
Level 4 - Trimester 2
Plus one (1) elective (one credit point)
^ Students are encouraged to complete this unit in Trimester 3 of the third year of study. Must have successfully completed STP010 Career Tools for Employability (0 credit point unit)
# Students who have not completed Mathematical Methods (or equivalent), will be required to undertake the unit SIT190 in the first trimester of their Engineering course.
~ It is recommended students undertake SEJ441 and SEJ446 in consecutive trimesters.
Students enrolled online for these units are required to attend campus mode conducted activities during the corresponding Intensive Activities in a trimester. Attendance at campus mode activities is linked to assessment requirements within the Engineering programs, failure to attend will result in not meeting the hurdle requirement of the respective assessment. Thus, a fail grade shall be awarded for the respective affected unit(s) for that particular trimester.