Graduates may find employment in a number of different engineering areas depending on their chosen major and specialisation. These areas include Civil Engineering, Construction Engineering, Architectural Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering, Software Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering, and Product Design Engineering.
Architectural graduates may find employment as a design engineer, structural systems engineer, architectural engineer or project engineer.
Biomedical graduates may find employment as a biomedical engineer, clinical engineer, medical device designer or medical electronics engineer.
Civil graduates may find employment as a civil engineer, civil design engineer, structural engineer or environmental engineer.
Construction graduates may find employment as a construction engineer or construction manager.
Electrical and Electronic graduates may find employment as an electrical engineer, electronics engineer, communications, engineer, power engineer or design engineer.
Mechanical graduates may find employment as a mechanical engineer, mechanical project engineer, design engineer, project and technology manager or engineering project manager.
Product Design Engineering graduates may find employment as an industrial designer, industrial engineer, product designer, product design engineer, entrepreneur or design consultant.
Robotics and Mechatronics graduates may find employment as a robotics and mechatronics engineer, control systems engineer, factory automation adviser or robotics developer.
Software graduates may find employment as a software engineer, software systems developer, software modeller or project and technology manager.
Telecommunication graduates may find employment as a network engineer, telecommunication network designer, telecommunication network developer, network architect or telecommunications engineer.