One institution offeringBachelor of Engineering (Civil and Structural) (Honours)

in Australia
1 institution:

University of South Australia


Study modeOn-campus
Study duration4 years full-time (part-time available)

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An Honours degree prepares you for professional roles and can be used as a pathway to further research. It often requires maintenance of a high academic record.
Curriculum
Providers may offer work integrated learning opportunities such as placements or projects. Some providers may even find and organise these experiences for you.
Study option
If you have completed previous study and/or relevant work experience, you may find you can start studying at a higher level or that you’re eligible for credit or Recognition of Prior Learning.

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