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Bachelor of Engineering Technology - Mechanical and Manufacturing

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Chisholm's Bachelor of Engineering Technology, specialising in mechanical and manufacturing, will prepare you for a career as an engineering technologist, a career in high demand both locally and across the world. Download the course admission requirements.

Key details

Degree Type
3 years full-time, 6 years part-time
Course Code
CRS1201286, 075246B
Intake Months
Mar, Jul
Domestic Fees
$40,050 total
International Fees
$59,520 total

About this course

Chisholm's Bachelor of Engineering Technology, specialising in mechanical and manufacturing, will prepare you for a career as an engineering technologist, a career in high demand both locally and across the world.

And as a Chisholm student, you'll be exposed to a broad range of technical subjects, skill sets and industry trends, ensuring you'll stand out from the crowd when looking for employment.

Through this course, you'll develop advanced skills in engineering practice, project management, problem solving, programming concepts, engineering system design, engineering scientific principles, instrumentation principles, manufacturing systems and workplace training.

After completion of the course, students can take a graduate position such as manufacturing, systems or product development engineer. Alternatively, further studies are available including Masters in Manufacturing (La Trobe University) or Masters in Engineering (RMIT).

Chisholm's Bachelor of Engineering Technology is endorsed by the Institute of Engineers Australia.

Local and interstate applicants are welcome to apply but must meet the entry requirements.

Further information about Chisholm's accreditation as a Higher Education provider can be found at the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) and Quality Indicators in Learning and Teaching (QILT) websites.

Please note that, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing requirements, to continue your learning journey, this program will be delivered remotely where possible.

Participants will be required to engage with learning material online and via video conferencing software rather than attend classes. Refer to our COVID-19 Online Service Standards for details of minimum technical requirements and support available. While it is expected that the course duration will remain unchanged, it may be necessary to extend the completion date if circumstances change. Chisholm will be monitoring the situation closely and inform of any changes if the duration of a course is extended.

If you have any queries on a course delivery please contact our student information centre on 1300 244 746 or enquiries@chisholm.edu.au.

Download the course admission requirements.

Entry requirements

Applicant with recent secondary education (school leavers within the past two year):.
Applicants will also attend an interview to further assess their suitability for this course.
Applicants with previous higher education study/ Applicants with work and life experience: Students admitted to the course with prior tertiary studies that satisfy part of the academic requirements of this course may be eligible for academic credit.
Applicants with Vocational Education and Training (VET) study: Diploma pathways allow students to progress from one qualification to another where the first course is recognised as an entry requirement and/or provides advanced standing to the second.
Applicants without a formal qualification but with significant and relevant work experience will be considered if they can demonstrate that they can undertake the course with a reasonable prospect of success.
Successful completion of the associated diploma guarantees entre into the second year of the degree, with credit for first year subjects.
Successful completion of the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) or its equivalent, such as an interstate or international Year 12 qualification with a minimum score of 25 in Mathematics, Physics and English.
The above requirements are for students who have completed their previous studies in Australia. International qualifications will need to be assessed and IELTS requirements met.

What you will learn

Develop engineering solutions through a creative process and design effective engineering products by employing appropriate technologies.

Critically analyse and evaluate engineering concepts, processes and products relevant to:
a. the current and future needs of the industry
b. manage complex engineering projects to ensure operational reliability within the context of the industry

Evaluate the potential impact that emerging engineering technologies can have on the wellbeing of society.

Apply knowledge and practices in the workplace that comply with the Standards for an Engineering Technologist as determined by Engineers Australia.

Career pathways

  • CAD/CAM engineer
  • manufacturing engineer
  • project engineer
  • quality assurance engineer
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