Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
Engineers work in a range of roles across all different types of industries, from civil engineering to environmental, computer science to petroleum engineering – the possibilities are endless. The type of engineer you’ll become often depends on the specialisation you choose in this degree. This degree offers 19 engineering specialisations across different engineering disciplines.
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Quantum Engineering)
Quantum Engineers specialise in how high-frequency, nanometer-scale electronics can be made to harness quantum nature. When you study Quantum Engineering at UNSW, you'll develop the skillset required for the next generation of microelectronics, microwave and telecommunications engineers.
In this bachelor's degree, you'll learn how to work with a range of quantum systems, from high-frequency signals to very small electronic circuits.
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Materials Science)
Materials science is the foundation for creating high-performance materials such as metals, ceramics, polymers and composites. In this degree, you’ll learn about developing high-performance materials that are lighter, greener and stronger – for use in every aspect of technology. You’ll also develop the theoretical and practical skills to improve materials for aerospace, automotive, biomedical and information technology-based industries.
Graduate Certificate in Data Science and Decisions
The Graduate Certificate in Data Science & Decisions produces professionals who are skilled in the manipulation and interpretation of large amounts of data. It has been developed to train scientists to meet the strongh and ongoing demand for data scientists and data analysts.
Graduates will have broad and advanced knowledge and skills in data science across the three areas of mathematics and statistics, computer science, and economics. This graduate certificate opens up a range of career opportunities in this ever-growing space.
Master of Data Science and Decisions
Data scientists are the people with that expertise, which explains why they have become key players in today’s job market. From industries as varied as health, defence, finance, transport and logistics, to agriculture, media and technology, there’s a growing reliance on data science professionals to deliver meaningful business insights.
Prepare yourself for excellent employment opportunities in this fast-growing field with the Master of Data Science and Decisions. Your study will explore programming languages, problem-solving and processing/interpreting/presenting data using qualitative and quantitative techniques.
Master of Engineering Science (Nuclear Engineering)
The UNSW Master of Engineering Science (Nuclear Engineering) is designed for students who want to understand nuclear concepts that form the foundation of our universe. Through this degree you’ll develop the skills to apply these concepts to a variety of industries today and the technologies of the future. This postgraduate degree teaches you the underpinning theory behind nuclear engineering techniques, technologies and processes.
Graduate Certificate in Data Science (Online)
The Graduate Certificate provides you with the skills that employers demand in a fast-tracked model, plus gives you a pathway to study the Graduate Diploma in Data Science and Master of Data Science.
This program covers the foundational skills of data science as applied in computer science, economics and mathematics. It also includes programming, statistics and data systems. Completing these courses will give you a strong foundation and the advanced knowledge in data science that are in high demand.
Courses are delivered online in seven-week intensive blocks, which means you could graduate with a Graduate Certificate in eight months.