Your qualification will be a Bachelor of Materials Engineering (Honours)
A truly interdisciplinary field, materials engineering brings together physics, mathematics, biology and chemistry, culminating in a ground-breaking research field and a thriving job market.
Materials engineering is all about making things stronger, lighter and more functional, yet sustainable and cost effective. Whether it's a lighter and stronger jet engine, a biodegradable tissue scaffold to grow organs from stem cells or new types of solar cells and batteries, materials are crucial to all aspects of engineering.
As a materials engineer, you have the opportunity to play a significant role in almost every industry imaginable.
Demand for materials engineers continues to outstrip supply, with Monash graduates receiving an exceptional response in the employment market.
Working across a range of exciting industries including aerospace, biomedical, mining, manufacturing, processing and recycling, materials engineers become:
As a materials engineer, your expertise will be sought after in:
“I participated in an internship, working on the Flinders Gate Project. After my internship, I was invited to continue working part-time while I continued my studies."
Seii Chen, Bachelor of Materials Engineering (Hons)