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Swinburne University of Technology

  • 23% international / 77% domestic

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/ Bachelor of Applied Innovation

  • Bachelor (Honours)

As a potential engineering student, you know the value of taking your skills and changing the world. Now you can go even further.

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Degree Type
Bachelor (Honours)
5 years full-time
Course Code
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In person

About this course

As a potential engineering student, you know the value of taking your skills and changing the world. Now you can go even further. Unique to Swinburne, the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Applied Innovation enables you to expand how you can use your engineering degree to bring meaningful change to the world. It also broadens your employment prospects by opening pathways to roles beyond traditional engineering. The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) challenges you to make connections between engineering and information technology, social mobility, changing work patterns, sustainable design practices and a shifting global environment. Combined with the Bachelor of Applied Innovation, you’ll be immersed in a collaborative and interdisciplinary environment supported by specialist academic teams. Working on activities inspired by your passions and interests, you’ll learn to develop transformative solutions to the complex challenges of today and the emerging opportunities of the future. You’ll gain the practical and technical skills to think clearly and strategically about how to employ innovative ideas to build a better future. To maximise experiential learning, you’ll also get real-world work experience in the form of placements, internships and industry-based projects. At the end of it all, you’ll emerge job-ready with a comprehensive portfolio. Apart from the many career pathways an Honours degree in engineering offers, you’ll be qualified to pursue employment in or outside your industry as an innovation specialist or consultant, transformation lead, innovation analyst, strategic designer, and more. architectural, biomedical, civil, construction, electrical, electronic, engineering, honours, mechanical, mechatronics, product design, robotics, software, telecommunications, innovation, Architectural, Biomedical, Civil, Electrical and Electronic, Mechanical , Product Design , Robotics and Mechatronics, Software , Applied Innovation

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The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) course incorporates developments in information technology, society’s changing work patterns, sustainable design practices and the need to meet engineering “world best practice” in engineering. Applied Innovation career outcomes will vary depending on discipline focus and individual majors, and complement discipline employability skills through innovation capabilities. Professional innovation roles graduates will have skills and attribute for include; Innovation Consultant, Innovation Lead, Innovation Analyst, Strategic Designer, Creative Producer, Start-up Founder, Human-Centred Researcher, Self-employed Entrepreneur, Product Manager, Transformation Lead, Innovation Strategist and Innovation Manager.