Bachelor of Science (Civil & Structural Engineering) - Online (BSc)

Australia

For more information about Bachelor of Science (Civil & Structural Engineering) - Online at Engineering Institute of Technology, please visit the webpage using the button above.

The award
BSc

How long you will study
3 Years

Domestic course fees
find out

How you will study
online

Course starts
February, July

International course fees
find out

All study options

About Bachelor of Science (Civil & Structural Engineering) - Online at Engineering Institute of Technology

Civil engineers are responsible for ensuring that the infrastructure around us gets developed, is safe, meets our needs, and improves our quality of life. This includes buildings, bridges, railways, tunnels, water distribution, and waste management networks. This practical qualification will ensure you graduate job-ready as a civil and structural engineering technologist. Upon completion of this program, you will gain skills and knowledge in the latest and developing technologies in civil and structural engineering.

Study options for this course

  • The award How you will study How long you will study Course starts Domestic course fees International course fees
  • The awardBScHow you will studyOnlineHow long you will study3 years
    Course startsFebruary, JulyDomestic course fees find outInternational course fees find out

Entry requirements

For detailed information about admission requirements, please visit the website.

What students think about Engineering Institute of Technology

    Santosh Ghimire: Driven by a Mission to Make Renewable Energy Available for Developing Countries

    Testimonial from Santosh Ghimire: Driven by a Mission to Make Renewable Energy Available for Developing Countries, student at Engineering Institute of Technology

    EIT Master of Engineering student, Santosh Ghimire, had to use a kerosene lamp to study and do his homework while growing up. His formative years in Nepal meant he was part of a sizable portion of the population that didn’t have access to electricity at home.

    Then came a big shift, when Santosh decided to enrol in EIT’s Master of Engineering (Industrial Automation) in 2019, and pursue it on-campus in Australia.

    He had cognizance that while the energy demand is ever-increasing, the use of fossil fuels to generate energy doesn’t have a future. He knows the search for alternative, sustainable, and renewable energy sources will be the next great leap to ensure developing nations have adequate energy for years to come.

    “Development of technologies has dropped the cost of energy produced by renewable technologies, which is now comparable with energy from traditional power plants. As renewable energy technologies are environmentally friendly and the sources are sustainable, a small contribution may be the foundation for the future of the power system,” Santosh believes.

    Read more about Santosh's story.

    Martin Masemola: More Than Just a Qualification in Engineering

    Testimonial from Martin Masemola: More Than Just a Qualification in Engineering, student at Engineering Institute of Technology

    Martin Masemola started studying with the plan of obtaining a Master of Engineering degree. He is now one of EIT's first students in our flagship Doctor of Engineering program.

    Martin’s quest to obtain a Master of Engineering degree started in 2003. As a student from South Africa and working full-time as an engineer, there was little option but to enroll in a programme that molded around his needs.

    While his career was thriving, the itch to complete a postgraduate qualification was still there. And that’s when online education became a viable option.

    "I was involved early with EIT when they conducted several surveys on online education when I learned the Master of Engineering qualification were being offered, I checked if the programme would allow me to register as Professional Engineer or if it was a Washington Accord accredited qualification.”

    Find out more about Martin's story.

    Shashi Senevirathna: Going Further With EIT’s Master of Engineering in Industrial Automation

    Testimonial from Shashi Senevirathna: Going Further With EIT’s Master of Engineering in Industrial Automation, student at Engineering Institute of Technology

    Currently studying EIT's Master of Engineering (Industrial Automation) at our Melbourne campus and recently appointed as EIT's on-campus Higher Education Ambassador, Shashikala Senevirathna is the definition of a well-rounded engineer.

    Fondly known as Shashi, she started her education pathway in engineering a decade ago at the University of Peradeniya in Sri Lanka. Shashi graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science of Engineering (Mechanical) Honors and since then never really slowed down in terms of not only working in the field of engineering but gaining as much knowledge and experience as possible.

    Her current enrollment at EIT to complete a Master of Engineering (Industrial Automation) and her Master degrees in Professional Accounting (MPA) and Masters in Business Administration (MBA) attests to that.  

    Having knowledge of business and administration is however just the icing on top of the cake.

    Shashi graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science of Engineering (Mechanical) Honors and since then never really slowed down in terms of not only working in the field of engineering but gaining as much knowledge and experience as possible.

    “My mom always tells me, learn something new, read something new - you never know when there will be some use for it one day,” she muses. 

    Find out more about Shashi's story.

Photos from Engineering Institute of Technology

Videos from Engineering Institute of Technology

Location of Engineering Institute of Technology

Engineering Institute of Technology main campus is shown on the map below:

Read more about studying in Australia

Join Our Newsletter

×

Sign up to StudyLink.com today for free and be the first to hear about any new study abroad opportunities

Subscribe Now