Engineering Courses at Griffith College

Faculty of Engineering

“Engineering is too important to wait for science.”
- Benoît Mandelbrot

“Engineering is too important to wait for science.”
- Benoît Mandelbrot

5 courses with a choice of study modes

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Preparation for work in the field

Preparation for work in the field

Engineering courses at Griffith College aim to develop students’ practical and technical skills and empowers students to undertake a lifetime of learning and development in a rapidly changing field whether it be to continue their studies or open avenues for work.

Learn vital skills

Learn vital skills

Industrial engineers are prime sources of management talent. They make decisions concerning the best use of people, material, equipment, and energy in achieving an organization’s aims. There is a need for skilled industrial engineers across all industries, from manufacturing (both traditional and modern) to banking, the health sector and more.

Opportunities for progression

Opportunities for progression

In addition to growth in your career, an engineering degree will prepare you to progress onto a number of related level 7 and 8 programmes. The practical nature of the coursework ensures students are prepared for work in their field, or to progress if already working in the sector.

Is Engineering the right choice for you?

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