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Gain the advanced engineering skills you need to work at the cutting edge of mechanical and manufacturing technologies

Chisholm’s Bachelor of Engineering Technology, specialising in mechanical and manufacturing, will prepare you for a career as an engineering technologist, a career in high demand both locally and across the world.

And as a Chisholm student, you'll be exposed to a broad range of technical subjects, skill sets and industry trends, ensuring you'll stand out from the crowd when looking for employment.

Through this course, you'll develop advanced skills in engineering practice, project management, problem solving, programming concepts, engineering system design, engineering scientific principles, instrumentation principles, manufacturing systems and workplace training.

After completion of the course, students can take a graduate position such as manufacturing, systems or product development engineer. Alternatively, further studies are available including Masters in Manufacturing (La Trobe University) or Masters in Engineering (RMIT).

Chisholm's Bachelor of Engineering Technology is endorsed by the Institute of Engineers Australia.

Local and interstate applicants are welcome to apply but must meet the entry requirements.

Further information about Chisholm's accreditation as a Higher Education provider can be found at the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) and Quality Indicators in Learning and Teaching (QILT) websites.

Download the course admission requirements.

Award granted
Bachelor Degree (Pass)
Course code
Delivery location
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Full Time, 3 years. Part Time, 6 years.
Start dates
March and July 2021

This course is accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) and aligned to Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) Level 7.

Chisholm courses are subject to minimum and maximum group numbers. Courses may be cancelled or postponed if minimum numbers are not achieved by the start date of the course. Courses may close prior to the start date if the maximum numbers are reached. In that situation, eligible applicants will be offered a place in the next available intake.