The Bachelor of Technology (Aeronautical Engineering) degree provides a solid foundation in Engineering Technology, and has been specially developed to meet the needs of the Australian Defence Force (ADF).
This degree is organised into areas such as foundation science, engineering technology, materials and structures, dynamics and control, thermofluids, design and management, as well as discipline-specific areas such as aircraft and engines.
If you have completed the Bachelor of Technology and wish to upgrade to a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Aeronautical Engineering, you may later undertake 12 months of further study at the discretion of the Services.
Why choose this degree?
The Bachelor of Technology (Aeronautical Engineering) degree is specially developed to meet the needs of the ADF and is accredited by Engineers Australia at the Engineering Technologist level.
Who should choose this degree?
This degree is designed for students wanting to work in the ADF as an Aeronautical Engineering Technologist but not necessarily a fully qualified engineer.
Degree StructureDegree Handbook
- Helicopter pilot
- Maritime aviation warfare officer
- Intelligence officer
- Air combat officer (mission aircrew)
- Air traffic controller
Accreditation / Professional Recognition
Engineers Australia at the Engineering Technologist level
Mathematics Advanced, Physics