Associate Degree in Engineering

Study Discipline: Engineering & Technology
Study Programme Details
Country: Australia
Admission Sessions:Autumn Session, Spring Session
Study Format: Full Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site

Programme Type

Associate degree


24 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Embark on a transformative two-year journey with our Associate Degree in Engineering, an introduction to university-level study and a pathway towards UniSA’s esteemed Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degrees. Dive into the world of engineering, exploring specializations in civil, mechanical, mechatronics, electrical engineering, and/or surveying.

This program isn’t just an educational pursuit; it’s a gateway to future possibilities in the dynamic field of engineering. Discover the excitement of current trends and future possibilities while building a solid foundation for your academic journey. Let the engaging storytelling elements make this introduction to university life more relatable and impactful.


The Associate Degree in Engineering is your ticket to higher-level technical and management roles, seamlessly guiding your transition from a tradesperson to an engineering professional. In this two-year program, you’ll not only graduate with the knowledge and skills required for technical excellence but also with the confidence to excel in the engineering industry.

This qualification serves as a starting point for those looking to change careers and enter the engineering industry for the first time. Depending on the courses you choose, you may be eligible for up to 1.5 years of credit towards a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree with UniSA. Alternatively, you can directly enter employment as an engineering associate, designer drafter, developer, or engineering technical officer across a range of industries.

Admission Requirements

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  • Essential Mathematics 1: Algebra and Trigonometry (MATH 1066)
  • Introduction to Engineering Physics (PHYS 1018)
  • Programming Concepts (COMP 1045)
  • Sustainable Engineering Practice (ENGG 1003)
  • Introduction to Engineering Chemistry (CHEM 1015)
  • Engineering Design and Innovation (ENGG 1004)
  • Essential Mathematics 2: Calculus (MATH 1067)
  • Electrical and Electronic Systems (EEET 1027)

AUD$ 41,700 per annum

Future Career Outcomes

Witness the real-world impact of our alumni who have excelled in various engineering fields. This program isn’t just about obtaining a degree; it’s about developing individuals who meet industry demands and contribute to the evolving job market. Your journey through the Associate Degree in Engineering not only hones theoretical knowledge but also fosters practical skills crucial for success.

Visa Requirements:

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