Industrial engineers are essential to a variety of industries. They identify the most efficient and secure ways to use a company's staff, resources, and assets. As technology advances, businesses rely more and more on industrial engineers to help them stay ahead of the curve.
With La Trobe's Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Industrial), you may hone your analytical and creative thinking while also developing a wide range of commercial and engineering skills.
Following that, you'll learn in-demand skills in fields like automation and robotics, advanced materials, simulation, and modeling of manufacturing processes, which are currently altering the corporate environment.
You'll master advanced computer-aided design, systems integration, robotics, and digital manufacturing abilities in this cutting-edge course. Also, you can broaden your industry experience by completing a work placement in either Melbourne or Bendigo during your final year.
At every stage of our industrial-focused bachelor of engineering program, you are prepared for your future career. After one year, you can get a diploma in engineering technology or an associate's degree. You can further advance your engineering knowledge and expertise by enrolling in one of our Master of Engineering programs.
What you will study
Our engineering graduates are highly employable and have the adaptable skills required to work in important industries like manufacturing, renewable energy, food and agribusiness, mining, and electronics. Here you will learn, including:
Programming for engineers
Electrical and electronic engineering
Robotic system design
Innovation in engineering
Possess the capacity to solve engineering challenges utilizing sophisticated mathematical and scientific methods.
Possess the ability to plan, carry out, analyze, and interpret studies
Ability to design, build, and test a system, piece of equipment, or method to meet requirements
Being able to integrate the use of modern computer-based engineering tools into engineering practice
Ability to collaborate and communicate effectively in interdisciplinary teams.
Recognize the importance of analyzing the effects of engineering designs on society. Sustainability, ergonomics, the environment, and economics must all be taken into consideration.
Professional societies, registration, lifelong learning, and ethics can help you comprehend engineering.
As a graduate, you'll be prepared to work in a number of industries in roles including
Data-driven quality controller,
Medical technology designer,
Research and development engineer,
Robotics engineer and more.
For Units 3 and 4, you must have a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English (other than EAL).
For Units 3 and 4, you must have at least a 20 in any Mathematics course.
English Language Requirements
IELTS Academic band average of 6.0, with no individual band below 6.0.
Tuition Fee and Scholarships
$35 600 per 120 credit points(120 credit points represents full-time study for one year).
Scholarships are available to both current and future students. Besides, You must have accepted a scholarship offer from La Trobe in order to be eligible to apply.