Our diploma of engineering prepares you for your engineering degree at Monash University. After successfully completing a Monash College diploma and achieving the required destination degree score, you will have guaranteed entry into second year at Monash University.
You’ll learn how to apply maths and science to develop new technologies, and adapt existing ones.
How the program works
Our diplomas are in two parts, part 1 and part 2. The entry requirements in part 2 are higher. In part 1, you’ll learn about the maths and science theory and practical skills you’ll need for university. In part 2, you’ll study the same subjects as first year university students and develop your specialist knowledge of engineering. Assessments include group projects, presentations, poster presentations, tutorial assessments and a final exam.
|Destination||2nd year engineering at Monash University|
|Duration||Part 1: 8 months|
Part 2: 12 months^
|Intakes||February, June and October|
|Study area||Specialist: Engineering|
|What you will study||Part 1: complete 8 core units|
Part 2: complete 8 core units
|Contact hours||5–7 hours per unit, per week|
|Prerequisites||English, Mathematics, and one of either Chemistry or Physics|
|What it costs|
See our dates and fees page for details.
^Start the Diploma of Engineering in October and you could fast-track and complete your diploma in just eight months. You will be ready to start Monash University in July. You must have met the required scores to enter a first year undergraduate engineering degree to be considered for the T3 Fast-Track program.
|Trimester 1: 4 months||Trimester 2: 4 months|
|MCD1160 Introductory Engineering Computing |
MCD1170 Introductory Chemistry
MCD1180 Introductory Physics
MCD1700 Introductory Mathematics
|MCD1470 Engineering Practice |
MCD1190 Chemistry A
MCD1200 Physics A
MCD1750 Intermediate Mathematics
|Trimester 1: 4 months||Trimester 2: 4 months||Trimester 3: 4 months|
|MCD4160 Physics for|
MCD4390 Chemistry 1
|MCD4270 Engineering Design:|
Lighter, Faster, Stronger
MCD4140 Computing for
Design: Cleaner, Safer,
What careers can a Diploma of Engineering lead you to?
Aerospace systems and flight controls
Oil and gas engineering
|Civil engineering |