Doctors/Masters Level

Master of Environmental Engineering

1 year full time(part-time study options available)
Parkville campus
Available to Domestic and International
Semester 1 & 2 entry
Course CRICOS code:032293F

This program will suit qualified engineers wanting to upskill, change their career, or extend their current knowledge of environmental engineering.

This program provides engineers with advanced knowledge and skills in sustainable development and environmental management. You will develop a broad understanding of environmental management practice, while investigating themes that focus on waste management, energy and water resources. You will model and analyse the environmental impacts of engineering solutions and discover the best ways to manage the environmental aspects of business.

The program has a strong industry focus with at least half of all subjects led by industry practitioners. You may also undertake a research project in industry as part of your course. You will develop skills in an environmental sector of your own interest. Topics covered will range from air pollution, water and wastewater, municipal solid wastes, cleaner production, environmental management systems, noise, vibration, water resources management and energy resources management, to politics, the law and the economy.

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Credit/Advanced standing

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