Study mechanical engineering and business at the University of Newcastle and merge your interests.

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) / Bachelor of Business

Why study with us?

Mechanical Engineering and Business at the University of Newcastle

Engineering (Mechanical) - BusinessThe combined Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical)/Bachelor of Business is typically completed in five years of full-time study which means you graduate with two degree in less time than it would take to study them individually.

Employment prospects for our mechanical engineering and business degree graduates are excellent. This combined degree is designed to fast-track your career, equipping you with the skills and knowledge you need to secure a position in mechanical engineering, business management or an exciting combination of both.

When you study the mechanical engineering and business degree at the University of Newcastle, you are expected to graduate with the skills common to all of our engineering graduates. Typically these are the skills required to analyse and design solutions for a diverse range of engineering problems, often by building new knowledge on the foundations provided throughout the degree.

Within our combined mechanical engineering and business degree, topics include advanced materials, bulk solids handling, thermofluids, design, and engineering management. You will also study a range of business management topics that form the management major within the Business degree program. These courses include economics, marketing, policy development and management based courses.

For more information about the course structure, assumed knowledge and compulsory work placement associated with this degree, please visit our handbook page.

This program is accredited by Engineers Australia, and many other affiliated international organisations. Students who successfully complete the Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical)/Bachelor of Business degree are eligible to apply for membership to Engineers Australia.

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Why combined?