Have you previously studied Science or Engineering and would like to practice civil or structural engineering in Australia and abroad?

The University of Tasmania’s Master of Professional Engineering (Specialisation) may be for you!

There are a few benefits of this masters program that are worth considering if you’re considering an engineering career.

One big advantage is that provisional Institute of Engineers Australia accreditation has been applied for so on graduation you may be eligible for IEA membership which would allow you to work in Australia and Washington Accord signatory countries.

You’ll also undertake 12 weeks of industry work experience, helping to improve your employment outcomes upon graduation.

Another great benefit is that if you’ve already studied engineering you may be able to fast track your degree to finish it in two years – and can start either in July or the usual February start.

For other students you can graduate in three years.

Either way, you’ll be jetting off quickly on your new career path quickly and with a highly respected degree from one of Australia’s premier teaching and research universities.

If you’re interested in improving your engineering career opportunities, take a closer look at the Master of Professional Engineering (Specialisation).

You can also find out more by contacting us and we’ll happily answer your questions.