The BE(Hons) degree consists of an Intermediate year and three professional years, as well as practical work and first aid requirements. Below you will find links to specific programme information, links to all programme courses and information regarding additional requirements.
- Intermediate Year (College of Engineering page)
- Civil Engineering Programme details
- Natural Resources Engineering Programme details
- All available Civil engineering courses (Course information pages)
- All available Natural Resources engineering courses (Course information pages)
- Civil Engineering Library Portal
- Natural Resources Library Portal
This year we are changing from our mechanical workshop experience to formal Health and Safety (H&S) Training. With the ever increasing awareness and responsibility around health and safety in the work environment, this workshop in intended to introduce the students to the responsibilities they will face in their engineering career. The workshop will include 12 hours of training in H&S and will be offered on a number of occasions during the year. The work shop will be taught outside of the normal teaching hours. The training will be divided into 3 modules including:
- Site Safe Consultants course which will give successful students the “Consultants Passport” that aligns the training with some of the IPENZ Competence Standards.
- Site Specific Safety Plans which are the industry recognised methods for planning and assessing H&S requirements and risks in construction, that are the industry recognised methods for planning and assessing H&S requirements and risks in construction.
- Construction Management and the definition of Principals in H&S law as well as a Principal's obligations and responsibilities.
The programme will have interactive components and assessments to confirm a transfer of learning. More details about the training and sign-up will be provided in the coming weeks.
Employment within the Department
Undergraduate students with the right skills may be offered employment as a Teaching Assistant.
Before undertaking any work a student must have an employment contract. If not payment to you may not be made. Ask your lecturer to arrange a contract. Timesheets will be required.
Any problems with your contract talk to the Department Admnistrator in Room E423.