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New entry requirements

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New 2017 engineering entry requirements

Entry into engineering at Curtin has now changed for 2017, with the prerequisites for each course changing to accommodate an industry shift into an increasingly cross-disciplinary field.

Direct entry requirements to study engineering at Curtin in 2017 are:

Chemical engineering

Chemical engineering involves finding the best sequence of chemical and physical processing operations, and the right operating conditions, to convert raw materials into higher-value products.

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Petroleum engineering

The Department of Petroleum Engineering, offers a unique blend of academic excellence and industrial expertise to the oil and gas industry.

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Civil engineering

Civil and Construction engineering involves the application of scientific and technological principles to the design and construction of facilities for the community such as: railways, harbours, roads, bridges, water supply and waste water treatment, dams, mining construction, power projects, and buildings.

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Mechanical engineering

Mechanical engineers are involved with the conception, design, manufacture, control, maintenance and management of any system in which motion is a key feature.

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Electrical and computer engineering

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, offers research and teaching programs in the disciplines of computer technology, computer systems engineering, electrical engineering, and electronic and communication engineering.

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Mining engineering and metallurgical engineering

Mining and Metallurgy is located at both Curtin’s Bentley campus and in the dynamic city of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, in the heart of the Western Australian gold and nickel industry.

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