The Griffith Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree has a major focus on Experiential Learning – “learning by doing’, with hands-on projects right through from first year. Griffith’s School of Engineering degrees offer breadth and depth with the flexibility to undertake a range of multi-disciplinary courses through majors and minors.
Solid majors give students the robust foundation knowledge of their selected discipline, while the minor distinguishes them from other graduates in the market place, or develops personal interests. In the final year, students will take these skills and enhance their employment opportunities through an industry-based engineering project placement with industry partners locally or overseas.
Merging creative engineering and design innovation has linked Griffith’s School of Engineering with the Queensland College of Arts through the Bachelor of Industrial Design degree. Students are exposed to advanced 3D printing design and manufacture, where valuable contributions are being made within the creative, mining and automotive sectors. Even more excitement surrounds anticipated breakthroughs in the healthcare industry, where 3D printing technologies can be used as a cost-effective and sustainable means of reproducing artificial joints, bones and medical devices.
Enrolment into the School of Engineering is simplified for Year 12 school leavers and mature age aspirants through Griffith University’s Aptitude for Engineering Assessment (AEA) pathway program. Successful applicants earn guaranteed admission into the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) or Bachelor of Engineering Technology degrees at Nathan or Gold Coast campuses.
Pathways to Engineering
There are a number of "pathways" to increase your chances of gaining a future place.