Do you like to understand our world and what makes it work, while developing practical solutions to real-world problems? Our degrees cover civil, mechanical and coastal systems engineering, as well as a broad range of sciences with great flexibility in delivery and specialisation.

Practical placements and fieldwork experience are highlights, with an advanced science and engineering precinct that includes structures and materials laboratories, 3D printing, scientific laboratories, a herbarium and algal culture room.

Graduate opportunities include:

  • Civil, mechanical or coastal systems engineer
  • Hydrology expert
  • Robotics engineer
  • Alternative energy specialist
  • Scientific analyst
  • Biologist
  • Geologist
  • IT specialist
  • Laboratory technician
  • Project manager.

Why study engineering and science at Southern Cross?

  • 5-star ranking in the 2019 Good Universities Guide for learning resources, skills development and teaching quality in engineering
  • 89% graduate employment in science and mathematics – Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching 2018
  • Lecturers have extensive industry, technical and practical experience
  • Strong industry connections for work placement opportunities and networking
  • 5-star ranking for graduate employment and skills development in science and mathematics – Good Universities Guide 2019
  • Top 300 universities worldwide in life sciences – Times Higher Education University Rankings 2019.