Associate Degree of Engineering (Civil Engineering)University of Southern Queensland
Associate Degree of Engineering (Civil Engineering)
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Develop major infrastructure.
Build yourself a new career with the help of USQ’s Associate Degree of Engineering (Civil Engineering). The Associate Degree of Engineering will give you the freedom of choice to start up your career or set a stepping stone for further study.
With relevant courses you will gain the knowledge and skills to apply practical analysis and technical principles to all areas of Civil Engineering; including the design, testing, inspection, plant operation and manufacturing processes involved.
Previous experience through TAFE or work?
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When you graduate with your Associate Degree, you’ll be eligible to apply for provisional accreditation withEngineers Australia. Apply for membership after you graduate to become an Engineering Associate (Officer) and with the experience you will gain from working in the field, you can apply for chartered status as an Engineering Officer.
Career outcomesWith the knowledge and skills you’ll acquire, you will gain the qualifications to work as aCivil Engineering Officerin the development of major infrastructure projects in areas including transportation, irrigation and construction.
Other majors for the Associate Degree of Engineering:Agricultural,Computer Systems,Electrical and Electronic,Environmental,Mechanical,Mining,Power andProcess Control.
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