Why study engineering online? Australian universities allow you to complete engineering degrees without having to regularly travel to a campus.
- Online courses allow engineering students to do the academic components of a program away from campus.
- Any practical parts can be completed at occasional residential schools.
Engineers apply knowledge and skill to solve practical problems and extend the technology frontier. With engineering fields growing, you have plenty of options for pursuing a successful career.
Deakin Bachelor of Engineering
Deakin University offers several majors under the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) 4-year degree. They include Civil, Electrical and Electronics, Environmental, Mechanical, Mechatronics, and Software Engineering. All online courses in classical engineering fields are accredited by Engineers Australia. Cloud (online) enrolled students may be required to attend campus classes (in Geelong) and/or complete work placements.
USQ Bachelor of Engineering
The University of Southern Queensland's external degrees include Associate Degree of Engineering (2 years), Bachelor of Engineering Science (a 3-year para-professional degree) and Bachelor of Engineering (Honours). Students are advised to enrol in Practice Courses only when able to attend residential schools (in Springfield or Toowoomba).
FedUni Master of Maintenance and Reliability Engineering
Federation University's Master of Maintenance and Reliability Engineering is designed for graduate engineers involved with asset management of industrial, public sector or defence systems. Students learn how to optimise the maintenance of industrial assets. The program takes 2 years of part-time study. Shorter courses are also available, including: Graduate Certificate in Reliability Engineering, Graduate Certificate in Maintenance Management, and Graduate Diploma of Engineering Maintenance Management.
USQ postgraduate engineering
The University of Southern Queensland offers graduate certificates, graduate diplomas and masters degrees in engineering. All are available by distance education. Specialisations include Agricultural, Civil, Computer Systems and Telecommunications, Environmental, Mechanical, Mechatronic, Power Systems, Structural, Technology Management and Transdisciplinary.