Study computer engineering and maths at the University of Newcastle for a world of career opportunities.

Bachelor of Engineering (Computer) / Bachelor of Mathematics

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Computer Engineering and Mathematics at the University of Newcastle

The Bachelor of Engineering (Computer)/Bachelor of Mathematics combined degree provides you with the opportunity to complete two degrees in just five years of full-time study.Mathematics Student

When you study computer engineering and maths at the University of Newcastle you will benefit from the specialist knowledge of faculty academics who deliver a well-rounded mix of hardware and software topics, combined with theoretical studies in mathematics.

The Bachelor of Engineering (Computer)/Bachelor of Mathematics degree allows you to study a range of foundation courses while also providing engaging, contemporary electives to further enhance your skills. You will also complete compulsory industry placements throughout your degree that allow you to gain invaluable skills in a real-world setting.

Graduates of the combined degree in computer engineering and maths enjoy a range of exciting career prospects in computer engineering and throughout broader industries including banking, finance, mining, research, government and defence.

For more information about the course structure, assumed knowledge and work placement requirements, please visit our handbook page.

The Bachelor of Engineering (Computer)/Bachelor of Mathematics is accredited by Engineers Australia and many other affiliated international organisations. You will be eligible to apply for membership of these organisations upon graduation.

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