The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies is united by a common desire to make Australia and the global community a better place. With this in mind, it is the university's mission to educate leaders of the future, to encourage continuous development of analytical, leadership, management and design skills along with research innovation. The Faculty has a long and proud history and has produced many outstanding graduates since its inception in 1883, who have contributed to the infrastructure of Sydney and Australia. Engineering and IT offers a wide range of specialisations across Project Management, Information Technology and 7 Engineering disciplines.
IT degree programs are accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS), the Master of Project Management is currently under review for accreditation by the Global Accreditation Center for Project Management (GAC) and the Master of Professional Engineering is under review for accreditation by Engineers Australia.
Units of study in coursework degrees are offered by the faculty's five schools:
The University of Sydney offers the following postgraduate engineering and I.T. degrees:
Master of Engineering (Biomedical Engineering, Automation and Manufacturing Systems, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and many more! Contact Australian Engineering Schools admissions officer Rachel Brady for more engineering specialties available at the University of Sydney Engineering School.
Master of Professional Engineering
Master of Information Technology
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OzTREKK Admissions Officer: Rachel Brady