Our undergraduate courses are designed with choice and flexibility in mind, to optimise career prospects and encourage students to diversify their study options at Monash University.
Monash offers the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) as a four-year course, with the preference to specialise in one of 13 concentrated fields of engineering. Undergraduates spend their first year attaining a solid foundation in a broad range of engineering disciplines and concepts, as well as university life and the Monash difference. Students then progress to level two, pursuing their preferred engineering specialisation.
Many Monash Engineering students are studying engineering as part of a double degree. The addition of studying a second degree diversifies your job opportunities and maximises career choice and flexibility post studying. The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) aligns with nine other degrees, offered by Monash University.
A double degree with Monash Engineering can be completed in just one additional year and will add extensive breadth to your course.
If you already have an idea about what engineering specialisation interests you or if you are looking to find what area of engineering sparks your interest; we have a range of opportunities to check out.
The first year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) enables students to sample an array of engineering specialisations to better understand which area they would like to pursue at the commencement of level two onwards.
Accelerated masters pathway
The Masters Accelerated Pathway is available for high-achieving students intending to enrol in the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree at Monash. The pathway is essentially an accelerated program that positions high-achieving students on track to earn both a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree and a Master of Advanced Engineering in just five years.