Certificate

Graduate Certificate in Digital Engineering (Infrastructure)

Course overview

  • 1 year part time
  • On Campus (Parkville) or Online
  • Available to domestic and international students
  • Mid Year Intake - July and Mid Year Intake - July

Overview

The infrastructure sector in Australia is booming and digital engineering tools (such as BIM, IoT, AR and VR) are increasingly being used.

The Australian Federal and State governments are beginning to mandate the use of digital engineering strategies and systems, increasing the demand for skilled people to assist with this transition.

The Graduate Certificate in Digital Engineering (Infrastructure) is designed to equip professionals with a solid foundation to create, capture and integrate data in a digitised work environment. The course is closely aligned with industry and focused on real-life applications to meet an identified skills gap across architecture, engineering and construction (AEC), facilities management (FM), and up-skill those in the field to contribute to improving and transforming the sector.

Access the latest knowledge and practical tools in digital engineering. Be taught by a multidisciplinary team spanning geomatic engineering, civil engineering, construction and project management, architecture, mechanical engineering and industry experts.

Learning digital technologies and methods in design and construction will give you an edge among your peers as you add value through integrated design and project collaboration.

The course is highly flexible, with the option to study fully online or in mixed mode so you can easily study around work.

Course aims

The Graduate Certificate in Digital Engineering (Infrastructure) provides a solid foundation to create, capture, and integrate data in a digitised work environment, supporting professionals in the field to contribute to the transformation of the industry.

Who is this course for?

This course is for professionals who want to upskill in digital engineering. It is ideal for those working in architecture, engineering and construction (AEC), facilities management (FM), and connected industries.

Pathways

Graduates may progress to a range of master-level graduate programs using credit from the subjects in this course. From there, you may enter research higher degree programs, including the Doctor of Philosophy.