Welcome to the Faculty of Science and Engineering
The challenges of the Anthropocene are unfolding in rapid succession. In the Faculty of Science and Engineering, we are nurturing students and supporting researchers who are equipped to meet these challenges and find solutions.
With our base in the heart of subtropical ecosystems – that pass through the reefs, estuarine wetland areas, diverse forest environments, agricultural areas and even digital environments – we are uniquely placed to foster a cross-disciplinary scope of practice in our students, with a research profile that includes world-renowned marine scientists, biogeochemists, endangered species biologists, water engineers, machine learning/AI information technologists and more.
We offer a portfolio of both undergraduate and postgraduate courses that develop not only scientific expertise but a profound consideration of the systems and human needs behind the science, our built environment and interconnecting digital space focused on smart environments.
Discover our Faculty
Facilities and partnerships
With advanced labs, an entire precinct devoted to Engineering, analytical facilities, IT labs, and even commercial enterprises on campus, the Faculty has state-of-the-art facilities devoted to teaching and research.Find out more
Research in the Faculty
We have a vibrant research community of academics across the Science, Engineering and Information Technology disciplines. Their work has helped to regrow degraded sections of the Great Barrier Reef, protect communities from environmental contaminants and develop new materials for our cities and more.Find out more
Our lecturers and researchers are renowned nationally and internationally. You’ll be taught by some of the brightest scientific minds, who have strong links not only to industry associations and partners but also to projects that are tackling the big issues.Find out more
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National Marine Science Centre (NMSC)
Located in Coffs Harbour on the east coast of Australia and adjacent to the Solitary Islands Marine Park, where both tropical and temperate currents meet. This interesting setting provides practical opportunities in the study of marine science and management for both students and researchers.Learn more about NMSC
Contact the Faculty of Science and Engineering
Executive Assistant to the
National Marine Science Centre
|T: +61 2 6620 3557
|T: +61 2 6659 8100
Please direct all faculty enquires to:
|T: +61 2 6620 3650