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This dual award program gives students the chance to develop their skills and knowledge in two areas - the major area of interest leading to a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree plus an additional area leading to a Bachelor of Engineering Science degree. Students have a pathway to enhance their professional opportunities through developing cross-disciplinary skills and knowledge within a five year program.

With this dual degree program, students take the 168 units of credit core of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) 3707 and the 96 units of credit core of the Bachelor of Engineering Science program 3706. Because of the overlap of 24 units of credit of engineering courses in both cores, the total units of credit required for completion is 240 UOC, rather than 264 UOC. The Faculty of Engineering administers the program, and delegates administration to the School which offers the Engineering discipline selected. Students should seek advice from the relevant School Office in the first instance or from the Faculty of Engineering Student Centre
Campus

Kensington

Study Level

Undergraduate

Typical duration

5 Years

Intake Period

Term 1, Term 3

Academic Calendar

3+ Calendar

Minimum Units of Credit

240

Award(s)

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) - BE (Hons)

Bachelor of Engineering Science - BEngSc

UAC Code

425401

CRICOS Code

087947G

Stand Alone Programs

Click on the link below to find out more about each individual program.

Double Degree Structure

Students must complete 240 UOC.

Bachelor of Eng (Honours) - 168 UOC
Bachelor of Eng Sci program - 96 UOC
Eng courses double counted across both programs - 24 UOC

Students enrolled in program 3773 can only take the following specialisation combinations:

CVENAH Civil – CVENK1 Environmental*
CVENAH Civil – MINEC1 Mining*
CVENBH Environmental – CVENJ1 Civil*
CEICAH Chemical – PETRB1 Petroleum
ELECAH Electrical – MTRND1 Mechatronic

MINEAH Mining - CEICM1 Chemical
MINEAH Mining – CVENJ1 Civil Engineering*

MINEAH Mining - ELECF1 Electrical

MINEAH Mining - MECHD1 Mechanical 
MINEAH Mining – PETRB1 Petroleum
MRTNAH Mechatronic – ELECF1 Electrical
PETRAH Petroleum – CEICM1 Chemical
PETRAH Petroleum – CVENJ1 Civil
PETRAH Petroleum – ELECF1 Electrical
PETRAH Petroleum – MECHD1 Mechanical
PETRAH Petroleum – MINEC1 Mining
* available for direct entry on admission. All other combinations are only available for transfer following 1 year of satisfactory performance in a UNSW Engineering program.

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Available discipline combinations

3773 - Engineering (Honours) / Engineering Science

Dual Program Combinations
- BE(Hons) Civil Engineering/BEngSc Environmental Engineering
- BE (Hons) Civil Engineering(Hons)/BEngSc Mining Engineering
- BE (Hons)Environmental Engineering/BEngSc Civil Engineering
- BE (Hons)Mining Engineering/BEngSc Civil Engineering
Dual Program Combinations for CURRENT students only
- BE (Hons) Petroleum Engineering/BEngSc Chemical Engineering
- BE (Hons) Chemical Engineering/BEngSc Petroleum Engineering
- BE (Hons) Petroleum Engineering/BEngSc Mining Engineering
- BE (Hons) Mining Engineering/BEngSc Chemical Engineering
- BE (Hons) Mining Engineering/BEngSc Electrical Engineering
- BE (Hons) Mining Engineering/BEngSc Mechanical Engineering
- BE (Hons) Mining Engineering/BEngSc Petroleum Engineering
- BE (Hons) Petroleum Engineering/BEngSc Civil Engineering
- BE (Hons) Petroleum Engineering/BEngSc Electrical Engineering
- BE (Hons) Petroleum Engineering/BEng Sc Mechanical Engineering

Double Counting

3773 - Engineering (Honours) / Engineering Science

Within program 3773 Engineering (Honours)/Engineering Science, 24 UOC are common and therefore count towards both awards.

Industrial Experience Requirement

3707 - Engineering (Honours)

Students must each complete at least 60 days approved industrial training concurrent with enrolment in the program.

Sample Double Degree(s)

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Program Fees

At UNSW fees are generally charged at course level and therefore dependent upon individual enrolment and other factors such as student's residency status. For generic information on fees and additional expenses of UNSW programs, click on one of the following:

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