Do you love bringing complicated ideas to life, exploring how things work, improving processes or simply imagining what's possible? As an engineer, you'll do just that to solve all kinds of problems – from the practical ones we face every day to major global issues. And at Murdoch, you'll join a community of free-thinkers who have been doing so since 1976. They've helped to design one of Australia's most iconic wind farms, use natural resources like lithium to change the way we use energy, find new ways to manage water, and recycle industrial waste to make plastic for medical use.
Where could an engineering degree take you?
There's no limit to what engineers can achieve. You could be working in an established or emerging industry; in Australia or abroad; in a big city or a rural community; indoors or outdoors. And here's something else to consider: the engineering job you end up in may not even exist yet!
450 hours of real-world experience
Get a competitive edge and gain over 450 hours of real-world experience as part of your undergraduate engineering degree.
Five star rating
Five-star rating for student support, graduate salary, and learner engagement for engineering and technology.1
Bayer Pilot Plant
Get experience in our Bayer Pilot Plant, a real-world engineering plant with a dedicated control room, the only one of its kind in WA.
Why study engineering at Murdoch?
You'll graduate career ready when you study engineering at Murdoch. That's because our courses are shaped by industry committees to help ensure you'll gain relevant skills that are in demand. You'll also learn in our state-of-the-art facilities, including the Bayer Pilot Plant, the only one of it's kind in WA, and complete 480 hours of work experience.
Our undergraduate engineering courses are rated 5 stars for learner engagement, learning resources, overall experience, skills development, student support, teaching quality and graduate salary by the Good Universities Guide 2021.
Harness and design renewable energy systems to help create a more sustainable energy future for our planet.
Design, deploy and maintain power systems that are reliable, efficient and sustainable for the next generation.
Gain the foundational skills needed to become an engineer. After completing your first year you can apply to transfer to a Bachelor of Engineering to complete your studies in a specialised field.
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Explore our engineering facilities
Discover the pilot plant, labs and lecture theatres that you'll learn in.