Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) (Honours)

This course will develop students' professional skills and knowledge in the development of complex mechanical engineering systems. 

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) (Honours)/Master of Engineering (Biomedical)

This course brings together both Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering. Biomedical engineering involves using electronics and computer systems to improve health care and health services to enhance the quality of human life. See the separate brochure for more information on careers in Biomedical Engineering.

Where can our graduates go?

Mechanical engineering graduates may work locally and internationally in industries including; mining; minerals processing; defence; manufacturing, aviation and ship building; oil and gas; electrical power generation and distribution; road and rail transport; agriculture; and fishing and food processing.

Potential Occupations

Potential Employers

  • Engineering Officer
  • Examiner of Patents
  • Graduate Administrative Assistant
  • Graduate Engineer
  • Graduate Project Coordinator
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Mechanical design Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Research Engineer
  • Scientist
  • ASC
  • Bassett Consulting Engineers
  • Bridgestone
  • Connell Wagner
  • Defence Science & Technology Organisation
  • Enerflex
  • EnergyAustralia
  • Ergon Energy Corporation Limited
  • Flinders Power
  • Integral Energy
  • Orlando Wyndham Group
  • SA Water
  • Transfield Services Australia Pty Ltd
  • Transport SA