University Programmes

Monash University is a global leader in engineering, attracting outstanding academics and featuring world-best research facilities. At Monash, you can become a fully qualified and accredited engineer in just four years. Your degree kicks off with a 'common first year,' which allows you to explore all 10 Engineering disciplines before specialising from second year. Monash is rated as one of the best universities in Australia, and within the top 50 universities in the world for engineering (Academic Ranking of World Universities 2013). Furthermore Monash Engineering degree is accredited by Engineers Australia. This means that your qualification will be automatically recognised in 17 countries across the globe.


A Monash College Diploma of Engineering provides a pathway into the second year of a Monash University engineering or information technology (IT) degree. * In Diploma of Engineering Part 2, you will have the option to choose a specialisation or stream:

  • o Engineering
  • o IT

The stream you choose will depend on whether you want to study engineering or IT at university. You will study subjects such as Applied Mathematics, Computing for Engineers, Data Management, and Computers and Networks.

*Entry requirements into Monash College and Monash University apply.

Entry Requirements
  • • Minimum 16 years of Age for Part 1 and 17 years of Age for part 2 (If you do not meet the age requirements, you may be offered a deferred place)
  • • Minimum GCE A/L*
  • • Meet Minimum English Language Requirement*
*For a detail list of the entry requirements please visit Admissions link

Programme Structure

Diploma in Engineering Part 2 consists of three trimesters over 12 months. During your first trimester you can choose one elective depending on your interests and the degree you wish to apply for. For your second and third trimesters, choose five electives to complete over eight months.

Programme Modules

Physics for Engineering Engineering Design: Lighter, Faster, Stronger Engineering Design: Cleaner, Safer, Smarter
Chemistry 1 Computing for Engineers Engineering Mobile Apps
Engineering Mathematics Introduction to Computer Systems Networks and Security

Delivery Method

The programme is taught face-to-face through lectures and tutorials.

Assessments and Examinations

Assessment includes essays, reports, regular tests and a final exam.


1 Year (Full Time)

Academic Progression (Pathway Majors*)
  • o Aerospace engineering
  • o Chemical engineering
  • o Civil engineering
  • o Electrical and computer systems engineering
  • o Environmental engineering
  • o Materials engineering
  • o Mechanical engineering
  • o Mechatronics engineering
  • o Mining engineering
  • • Oil & Gas
  • • Renewable Energy
  • o Software engineering


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