Compare institutions offeringBachelor of Maritime Engineering (Naval Architecture) (Honours)

in Australia
2 institutions:

Edith Cowan University


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

University of Tasmania


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.
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Providers may offer work integrated learning opportunities such as placements or projects. Some providers may even find and organise these experiences for you.
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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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