Teaching and Learning

The Faculty of Science and Engineering is a place where you can apply your studies to real-world industry challenges. It is involved in a variety of high-impact research initiatives, including the Murchison Widefield Array and the Square Kilometre Array.

Through our courses, you’ll have the opportunity to put the concepts you learn in the classroom into practice. Together, this enables you to learn key field skills, engage with local industry and undertake on-the-ground research.

We encourage you to start building your industry network before you graduate. Many courses are designed to include industry advisory panels, site visits and industry guest lecturers to give you exposure to some of the industry’s top employers.

The purpose-built learning facilities, including the $116 million Resources and Chemistry Precinct, are sophisticated, stimulating and creative learning environments that offer problem-based learning, group collaboration and the opportunity to share your ideas with industry.

Science

A science degree from Curtin can help you reveal a whole new world. You will learn to be a problem-solver and innovator of tomorrow though hands-on practical activities that place the student experience first.

You will have opportunities to work in environments where research discoveries abound, with our dynamic team of academics, including world-leading researchers, guiding your learning.

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Engineering

From ancient civilisations to the modern world, engineers have used their skills to improve the lives of people and their community. By studying engineering with us, you can begin work as a professional graduate engineer in just four years.

Our Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degrees are recognised by Engineers Australia, which not only ensures our program meets international benchmarks such as the Washington Accord, but also recognises our graduates as having the skills to practice as a professional engineer.

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