What will I learn?

In this combined degree you will develop technical expertise in your chosen engineering stream and complementary project management skills. Along with engineering, you will study core project management subjects including project finance, complex project coordination, analytics, risk management, organisational behaviour and psychology.

You can combine any engineering stream (Aeronautical, Biomedical, Chemical and Biomolecular, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Mechatronic, and Software) with a Bachelor of Project Management.

In today's complex world, there is an increasing demand for professionals who can leverage technical expertise to lead challenging projects.

Complementing your engineering studies, the Bachelor of Project Management covers the fundamental project management skills, theories and methods required to help organisations deliver new products, services and infrastructure.

You can complete this combined degree in five years of full-time study, after which you will graduate with two qualifications. With a wide range of career options spanning the commercial and public sectors, your skills and experiences will position you to take a lead role in innovation and development.

Majors

There are over 15 engineering majors to choose from. Depending on your engineering stream, some majors may require additional study. Certain majors may also have limited capacity. There is no requirement to complete a major.

Chemical Engineering (Major)

Computer Engineering (Major)

Construction Management (Major)

Electrical Engineering (Major)

Environmental Engineering (Major)

Geotechnical Engineering (Major)

Humanitarian Engineering (Major)

Information Technology (Engineering) (Major)

Internet of Things (Major)

Materials (Major)

Mechanical Engineering (Major)

Mechatronic Engineering (Major)

Power Engineering (Major)

Space Engineering (Major)

Structures (Major)

Telecommunications Engineering (Major)

Transport Engineering (Major)

Careers & future study

Career paths

Career opportunities upon completion of this combined degree are varied as project management skills are transferable across industries. Graduates of the Bachelor of Engineering Honours/Bachelor of Project Management degree will be highly sought after and could work in professional and management roles in property development, construction, mining, IT, banking and finance, state or federal

Future study options

After completing the Bachelor of Engineering Honours, further study is available via research or coursework. The faculty provides a link between postgraduate students in the different Engineering and IT disciplines. We offer a welcoming and supportive environment in which to undertake challenging coursework programs and research. Our postgraduate coursework and research is focused on industrial applications supported by strong fundamental research programs run by internationally recognised academics.

Master of Engineering (Automation and Manufacturing Systems)

Master of Engineering (Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering)

Master of Engineering (Civil Engineering)

Master of Engineering (Electrical Engineering)

Master of Engineering (Fluids Engineering)

Master of Engineering (Geomechanical Engineering)

Master of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)

Master of Engineering (Risk Management)

Master of Engineering (Power Engineering)

Master of Engineering (Structural Engineering)

Master of Engineering (Telecommunications Engineering)

Master of Engineering (Software)

Master of Project Leadership

Master of Project Management

Which department am I in?

Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies

CRICOS

083636K

Study options

Full Time (5 years)

Tuition fees
Year 1 Tuition fee: AUD $48,500; This indicative tuition fee is subject to annual increase each year of your study, effective at the start of each calendar year.

*Price shown is for indicative purposes, please check with institution

Start date

24 February 2020

Venue

The University of Sydney

Camperdown/Darlington Campus,

160 City Road, Level 3, Jane Foss Russell Building (G02),

DARLINGTON,

New South Wales,

2008, SYDNEY, Australia

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Admission to this course is on the basis of the following criteria: a secondary education qualification (including national and international equivalents), or approved higher education study, including approved preparation courses. English Language Requirements: IELTS overall score of 6.5 with no band below 6.0; TOEFL Paper based score of 565; TOEFL IBT: 85; PTE Academic score of 61; Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE): 58; Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE): 45; Cambridge English scale: CAE and CPE: 176.

For international students

Admission to this course is on the basis of the following criteria:

a secondary education qualification (including national and international equivalents), or approved higher education study, including approved preparation courses.

English language requirements where these are not demonstrated by sufficient qualifications taught in English.

English language proficiency

TOEFL - IBT score: A minimum result of 85 overall including a minimum result of 17 in Reading, Listening and Speaking and 19 in Writing.

IELTS score: A minimum result of 6.5 overall and a minimum result of 6.0 in each band

TOEFL - PBT score: A minimum result of 565 overall including a minimum result of 4.5 in Writing

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About this uni

The University of Sydney is ranked 4th in the world and 1st in Australia for graduate employability by the 2020 QS Graduate Employability Rankings.

  • Consistently placed among the world’s top 50 universities
  • 2 subjects in the world’s top 10 - QS 2019 Subject Rankings
  • 30 subjects among the top 50 - QS 2019 Subject Rankings
  • Sydney is ranked 3rd in the list of the world’s best cities