Postgraduate study in the School of CEME can be undertaken by coursework or research.
The School of Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering offers several Masters degrees by coursework in the disciplines of civil, structural, environmental and mining engineering. Search for a specific coursework degree in Degree Finder.
Programs are delivered in traditional semester blocks and most programs can be undertaken on a full or part-time basis to accommodate your needs.
Postgraduate coursework involves attending lectures, and also completing a small research project.
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Postgraduate research degrees are research-intensive and highly specialised. Rather than attend lectures, students are expected to conduct research on their own and work closely with a supervisor on a one-to-one basis.
The School is divided into three broad research groups. However, within each of these groups there are several specialties.
- The Mining and Geotechnical Engineering Research Group specialises in a variety of disciplines relating to mine planning and operation, soil conditioning and rock mechanics. This includes research in Geostatistics.
- The Structures Research Group specialises in the development and assessment of materials used in the built environment.
- The WaterSYSTEMS Research Group specialises in water system design and assessment, as well as modelling in the fields of hydrology and climate.
Interested in applying?
If you are interested in becoming part of this rich research environment, find out more about research in the School of Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering. Also follow the links for specific entry requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy or Master of Philosophy.
Refer to the website for a quick guide to applying for admission.