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Mechanical engineers analyse and develop technological systems that involve motion. They help society harness the energy and forces that exist in nature.
Mechanical engineering is a discipline that is recognised worldwide. As one of the broadest engineering disciplines, it will provide you with versatile skills for numerous career options.
System conception, design, manufacturing, maintenance and management are all within the scope of mechanical engineering. These systems include micromechanical devices, power-generating turbines, thermal power generation, and air and transport systems.
This course is oriented to provide skills development opportunities with hands-on experience. You’ll learn how to apply your knowledge and skills to devise and/or develop solutions for a range of engaging and challenging industry problems.
In particular, you’ll appreciate applying your multidisciplinary problem-solving skills across a spectrum of science and engineering endeavours that extend through to biomedical engineering.
In your final year you’ll undertake an individual design or research project.
- Mechanical engineer
- Aeronautical engineer
- Mechatronic enginee
- Marine engineering
- Mineral and material processing
- Plant operation and maintenance
- Power generation
- System design
- Water supply
This course emphasises skills development opportunities with hands-on experience, and is delivered by highly qualified Curtin academics with international experience and industry exposure.
Admission criteria may be different if you are studying this major as part of a double degree. Please contact the Admissions Office for more information.
You will need to complete at least 480 hours of engineering work experience in order to graduate.
In addition to the course-specific admission criteria listed above, please read our general admission criteria. Our general admission criteria apply to all courses at Curtin University.