Faculty of Engineering, Computer & Mathematical Sciences

Welcome to the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences (ECMS).

With schools ranked in the top 50 globally* and an outstanding reputation for teaching, research and the quality of our graduates, a qualification from the Faculty of ECMS can open the door to a world of opportunity.

*2018 Academic Ranking of World Universities

Study with us

With a degree from the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, you could work in a wide range of industries. Specialise in an area of interest with our undergraduate, postgraduate coursework and research degrees.

Study with Us


We are committed to delivering research that helps solve complex global problems and contributes to national priorities. We are home to a number of research institutes and centres and have expertise across a range of areas.


Engage with us

From providing commercial testing services and media expertise, to supporting primary and secondary school teachers with educational activities; we work closely with industry, government, alumni and the wider community.

Engage with Us


Options for majors and minors include:

  • Cybersecurity
  • Defence Systems
  • Medical Technologies
  • Smart Technologies
  • Renewable Energy

See all majors and minors


Options for postgraduate coursework degrees include:

  • Engineering
  • Data Science
  • Computer Science
  • Computing and Innovation

postgraduate degrees

Student support

Are you a current or commencing student? Our Ask ECMS team can assist with all types of queries, from enrolment and study plans, to degree checks and credit transfers. Access our online resources, including study plans and forms.

Student support

Ingenuity - showcasing student projects

Ingenuity is an interactive showcase of university student projects exploring the real-life applications of engineering, computer and mathematical sciences. Each year we welcome school students, teachers, industry representatives and the public to Ingenuity—which is the biggest event of its kind in South Australia.





Academic Teaching Support - Casual Work Opportunities in ECMS

We are seeking dedicated and passionate casual staff to assist with the delivery of our Semester 2 undergraduate and postgraduate courses, commencing Monday 29 July.



2019 Undergraduate Research Conference: call for submissions

The 2019 Undergraduate Research Conference will be held on Thursday July 25, and is open to any current or past undergraduate student who completed research at Bachelor or Honours level in 2018 to 2019 (including vacation projects, work-experience and other extra-curriculum research).



Congratulations to Kristen Coles, Andy Thomas Scholarship recipient

Congratulations to our Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)(Mechanical) student, Kristen Coles, who was recently named as the 2019 recipient of the prestigious University of Adelaide Andy Thomas Scholarship, helping to make her dream of a career in aerospace engineering a reality.



Honours & PhD students: Reimbursement submission

From Monday 29 April, the manual reimbursement form was replaced by our new automated system Kofax



R&D Engineer role with Daronmont Technologies

R&D Engineer (PhD student preferred) to work on several long term R&D projects in close cooperation with the Department of Defence. Applications close 31 July 2019.



EEE School: 15th Annual Student Award Ceremony

The School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering held its 15th Annual Student Award Ceremony on Thursday 2 May and the event was enjoyed by all.





Women in Engineering, Technology, Innovation & Entrepreneurship (WiETIE) Networking Event

Join the Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET) SA/NT for an evening of insights to highlight the incredible work in South Australia that many women are achieving in their Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Medicine (STEMM) careers and business careers in STEMM organisations.



Thinking Postgraduate?

Are you an undergraduate student starting to think about further study options? Talk to us about postgraduate coursework, honours and research.



Mining resources beyond Earth – Fact versus Fantasy

A panel of experts with experience working at NASA and across the terrestrial resources, space and academic sectors will paint the picture of the mining in space activities currently underway.



Bright Futures Society: Job Applications Workshop

This workshop event is an exciting opportunity to engage with professionals and learn about how to ensure your job application stands out for all the right reasons.



Graduate info session: im.vision

im.vision are recruiting for graduate and final year roles, find out more at the information session: Wednesday 22 May.



EEE School Seminar: All-dielectric resonant meta-optics and nanophotonics

Speaker: Yuri Kivshar, Nonlinear Physics Center, Australian National University, Canberra