Our department offers undergraduate specialisations in Chemical and Materials Engineering, as well as several postgraduate options.
You can pursue a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) specialising in Chemical and Materials Engineering.
- Find out more about undergraduate study in Chemical and Materials Engineering
- BE(Hons) course schedule
Conjoint options are also available so you may combine your Engineering degree with a selection of other programmes.
Postgraduate Certificate in Engineering
There are three distinctive study tracks you can pursue through a PGCertEng.
Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering
You can pursue a PGDipEng in one of the following:
Master of Engineering
The Master of Engineering is a research-based programme that will allow you to explore complex problems and undertake intellectual analysis on topics in the field of Chemical and Material Engineering.
Master of Engineering Studies
You can pursue a MEngSt in one of the following:
- Chemical and Materials Engineering
- Food Engineering (120-point or 180-point research option also available)
- Sustainable Resource Recovery (120-point or 180-point research option also available)
Master of Materials Engineering
The MMaterialsEng programme will provide you with a balanced understanding of materials design, synthesis and deployment, while also cultivating your management skills. This programme is offered in both a taught and research pathway. Students can choose from the following specialisations: biomaterials engineering, energy and environmental materials, and advanced materials processing.
Other pathways to study are:
Doctor of Philosophy
You can pursue a PhD in Chemical and Materials Engineering.
Because this is a research programme, you may explore different topics in the field, such as Food Process Engineering, but will still graduate with a Chemical and Materials Engineering specialisation. Find out more about the PhD.