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Bachelor of Engineering (Naval Architecture) Honours

This course is offered in collaboration with the Australian Maritime College at the University of Tasmania in Launceston, Tasmania.

Naval architects are professional engineers who design and oversee the construction and repair of marine craft and various offshore structures. This includes naval craft, passenger and cargo ships, submarines, high-speed ferries and catamarans, tugs, yachts and offshore drilling platforms. Naval architects understand the properties of the environments in which marine craft operate and determine ways to optimise their operations to meet operational, safety and performance goals.

Joondalup Campus Semester 1 - full & part-time Semester 2 - full & part-time
Mount Lawley Campus

Not available

South West (Bunbury) Campus Semester 1 - full & part-time Semester 2 - full & part-time
Online

Not available

Duration 4 years full-time, 8 years part-time
82 Indicative ATAR
Course Code Y54
Entry requirements Prerequisites

Study in Perth

This course is not available to students with an International student visa.

Study Online

This course is not available for online study for international students.

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