Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil, Structural and Environmental) University of Adelaide

4.0 out of 5 from 2 reviews
Bachelor Honours Degree
5.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Civil, structural and environmental engineers offer a broad and sought after skill set with a focus on creating and enhancing our essential physical infrastructure, whilst maintaining a strong focus on our natural and built environments.

This five-year degree combines the disciplines of civil and structural engineering with civil and environmental engineering to produce graduates with broad expertise in infrastructure design and maintenance, sustainable development and environmental impact assessment. With a focus on engineering problem-solving, design and analysis using modern, computer-based methods, the program equips graduates with a multidisciplinary skills that can be applied to a range of engineering challenges.


Civil, Structural and Environmental engineering


With specialist skills across two broad engineering disciplines, graduates can seek employment across a wide range of industries and organisations, including...

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Additional Information
Students are required to complete 12 weeks of approved practical experience.


Average ratings for Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil, Structural and Environmental) University of Adelaide based on 2 reviews
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March 2018
Year completed 2022

Get to do lots of group work however this can be difficult as lots of international students. There is plenty of interesting content!

My advice to future students is: Makes you enjoy and are good at maths and physics

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February 2018
Year completed 2022

The course content is interesting and enjoyable, learning lots about stuff that interests me. However the work is quite challenging at times as I have only done maths methods in year 12.

My advice to future students is: Work hard, stay on top of your work, and have fun!

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