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Undergraduate Certificate in Engineering

Undergraduate Certificate in Engineering

Are you a clever mind hoping to transform the world? With an Undergraduate Certificate of Engineering, you can discover the different Engineering specialities prior to committing yourself to a year-long degree. On completion, you can gain credits to progress into the Diploma of Engineering at SIBT or simply join the workforce at entry level with foundation knowledge in mathematics, material science, computer for engineers and also writing and research for Science and Engineering.

  • Undergraduate Certificate

  • Diploma

  • University

2021 Fees

Domestic students only



1 Trimester

Intakes 2021

July and September


Level 2, 255 Elizabeth Street, Sydney

Course structure

  • COMM103 Writing and Research for Science and Engineering
  • MATH099 Foundations of Mathematics
  • ENGN120 Materials Science and Engineering
  • ENGN130 Computing for Engineers

Course learning outcomes

  • Examine the different speciality areas of Engineering and demonstrate a developing sense of engineering logic.
  • Develop an understanding of the basic properties of engineering materials and explain their practical applications in modern society.
  • Develop essential knowledge and skills in mathematical areas including algebra functions, calculus, and trigonometry.
  • Gain an understanding of the different quantitative and qualitative approaches to solving engineering problems and apply this knowledge to generate realistic solutions to practical problems.
  • Develop academic and professional communication skills for further studies or a career in Engineering.
  • Use digital and engineering-specific technologies effectively for diverse professional, practical and communication purposes.

Pathways and progression

Students who successfully complete the four subjects in the course may exit the course with the Undergraduate Certificate and seek employment in an entry level position within the engineering sector.

Students may elect to continue their studies with SIBT and complete further subjects in the Diploma of Engineering program. Graduates of the SIBT Diploma of Engineering are eligible to apply for entry into the second year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) or Bachelor of Engineering Science at Western Sydney University.

Employment Outcomes

After completing the Bachelor of Engineering:

  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Aeronautical Engineer
  • Mechatronic Engineer
  • Mining Engineer
  • Structural design Engineer
  • Process Engineer
  • Petroleum Engineer
  • Civil Engineer
  • Construction Engineer
  • Geotechnical Engineer
  • Mining Engineer
  • Site Engineer
  • Structural Engineer
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Electrical power Engineer
  • Electronics Engineer
  • Communications Engineer
  • Embedded systems Engineer
  • Medical systems Engineer
  • Power systems Engineer
  • Systems Engineer

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