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Master of Engineering (Civil Engineering)

UNSW Master of Engineering (Civil Engineering) is a two-year full-time postgraduate degree that’s professionally accredited by Engineers Australia. This degree includes an integrated industrial training component and courses to develop your technical knowledge and skills in engineering management, analysis and design to ensure you graduate career-ready and accredited.

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Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Chemical)

Chemical Engineering bridges the study of the chemical and physical sciences with engineering. You'll learn how to design and develop chemical processes and equipment, optimise and control industrial operations, plan plant operations, tailor management strategies, work with nanoparticles, look into environmental effects and pollution control, and more.

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Bachelor of Biotechnology (Honours)

Biotechnology takes our understanding of cell biology and chemistry to create a range of products and solutions to problems in medicine, food and energy. The Bachelor of Biotechnology (Honours) includes fundamental teaching in the life sciences, explores current trends and issues in the industry and tackles key focus areas including synthetic biology, bioprocessing, medical applications and commercialisation. It also incorporates a research-based honours year, providing you with greater experience and confidence in the practice of scientific methods.

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Master of Engineering Science (Water Engineering: Catchments to Coast)

This degree is designed for practising Water Engineers and graduates pursuing career in large-scale water engineering. You’ll develop knowledge and skills in the full cycle of water in natural and engineered systems. You can tailor this degree to your own passion and career aspirations as you undertake an extensive research project in a specific area of interest to you.

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Master of Engineering (Environmental Engineering)

UNSW Master of Engineering (Environmental Engineering) is a two-year degree that enables you to develop your technical knowledge and skills with Australia’s leading School of Civil and Environmental Engineering. This program allows you to gain a depth of knowledge across a broad range of areas including project management, transport engineering, pollution control and water resources with a strong environmental focus.

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