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University of South Australia's Bachelor of Engineering has a number of flexible pathways and a common first year to help you choose your future career path. Four new specialisations in Civil and Structural, Electrical and Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering and Mechanical and Systems Engineering have been introduced to provide you with the skills industry is seeking now and in the future. The new Engineering Mechatronics Lab will also help you gain valuable engineering practice throughout your studies.

New Programs

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil and Structural) (LBMI)
With a strong practical, project and industry focus this program will prepare you for a career in the development and implementation of structures and infrastructure. You will also have the opportunity to study overseas. Download Flyer


Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic) (LBIF)
This program provides you with the skill sets applicable to a wide range of industry sectors such as communications and defence. You will study a range of courses focussed on engineering, mathematics and applied science with the option of work placement in your final year.Download Flyer


Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Systems Engineering) (LBIF)
This 4 year program will provide you with a range of courses focused on engineering, mathematics, applied science and computer applications, leading you to a career in areas such as systems integration and network design.Download Flyer


Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical and Systems Engineering) (LBMR)
In this program you will learn how to undertake a large systems design such as the development of new submarines or ships. With a number of hands-on projects throughout your degree you will graduate with the knowledge and skills necessary to find employment locally and nationally.Download Flyer


New Facilities

Mechatronics Lab

Mechatronics Lab

Mechatronics Lab