Master of Digital Infrastructure Engineering

  • CRICOS code: 108720D

Where will this take me?



As a digital infrastructure engineer, you could work in a range of industries such as digital construction, facility management, the transport, energy or any other infrastructure sector, the environment, government, digital land, and surveying.

Transferable skillset

You’ll gain a transferable skillset that will be highly valued in management consulting, finance, business analysis, project management and many other areas. Our graduates work in a diverse range of industries including:

IndustriesCompanies Job roles

Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC)



Land, resources and mining

Property and asset management


Urban planning

Arup, KPMG, Jacobs, Deloitte, EY, GHD

AECOM, Aurecon


Flotation Energy, AusNet Services

Geoscience Australia

Transurban Ltd., Transdev Australasia Pty Ltd, Landlease

Bentley, Thales Australia, ESRI, Spatial Vision

Veris, Reeds Consulting, Land Surveys

Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

Digital Transition Manager

Environmental Consultant

Technical Consultant

Geospatial Analyst


Service Developer

Land surveyor, construction/engineering surveyor, mining surveyor or marine surveyor


This program is accredited by the Surveyors Registration Board of Victoria. Accreditation will be sought from EUR-ACE and Engineers Australia.