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Engineers design the future. They provide innovative solutions to meet the needs of our modern world.

From buildings and bridges, to apps and smart devices, to pharmaceuticals and renewable energy, engineering feats are everywhere.

The Bachelor of Engineering with Honours is a four-year professional degree. The degree is accredited by Engineering New Zealand, allowing our graduates to work as professionally qualified engineers all over the world.

You can also choose to complete the Diploma in Global Humanitarian Engineering at the same time as your BE(Hons) degree, adding a humanities and service-based focus to your engineering discipline.

  • Access state-of-the-art engineering labs and computer and testing facilities.
  • Enjoy a flexible first year which allows you to keep a variety of discipline options open for your next three years of study.
  • Study the Diploma in Global Humanitarian Engineering at the same time as your degree, and gain unique skills in humanitarian and service-based engineering solutions.

You should aim to have at least:

  • 14 credits in Level 3 maths or calculus including both differentiation and integration
  • 14 credits in Level 3 physics
  • 14 credits in Level 3 chemistry

Note: Achievement standards 91578 — 'Apply differentiation methods in solving problems' and 91579 — 'Apply integration methods in solving problems', must be included.

Credits in chemistry are not required for students taking Computer Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, or Software Engineering.

18 credits are strongly recommended in all subjects.

You will need to have:

  • Minimum of 4 HL (or 5 SL) in maths (HL is recommended)
  • Minimum of 4 HL (or 6 SL) in physics (HL is recommended)
  • Minimum of 4 HL (or 6 SL) in chemistry.

Chemistry is not required for students taking Computer Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, or Software Engineering.

You will need to have:

  • Maths and physics — D grade or better at A level or A in AS level
  • Chemistry — D grade or better at A level or A in AS level.

Chemistry is not required for students taking Computer Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, or Software Engineering.

Alternatively the first year can be completed in more than one year (maximum of two years) with a minimum requirement of:

  • CIE Score of 140 Points
  • D Grade at A-Level or C Grade at AS-Level in Mathematics
  • D Grade at A-Level or C Grade at AS-Level in Physics
  • preferably C Grade at AS-Level in Chemistry (discipline specific).

Students who have achieved excellent results in all relevant subjects may be able to get direct entry into the second year.

Alternatively, a Modified First Year is offered to students who have taken the MATH199 or relevant STAR Science courses, and/or have achieved excellent results in some subjects. You may be exempt from taking some of the required courses in the first year and offered advanced/interest courses in their place.

For more information, please refer to the Engineering First Year page.

If you did not achieve enough credits, you can take introductory courses in specific subjects to start with (eg, MATH101, PHYS111, and CHEM114). You could then take the first year courses in Semester 2 and over summer, or do an extra year of study.

The Bachelor of Engineering with Honours requires a minimum of 480 points:

  • 75 points of compulsory courses (plus two 0-point compulsory courses)
  • 45 points of first-year engineering courses
  • 360 points of engineering discipline courses.

The first year of the degree is made up of nine courses (120 points), including six compulsory courses and three first-year courses, which vary depending on which Engineering discipline you want to specialise in. Find guidance online to structuring your first year to keep your options open if you are undecided on which discipline you wish to pursue.

The first year is followed by three years of study in one of the Engineering disciplines. Some disciplines also offer the opportunity to include a minor subject. Entry to the second year of the degree is limited and based on your performance in the first year.

You will also complete 800 hours (approximately 100 days) of practical work placement.

The degree takes 4 years of full-time study, or can be studied part-time for up to 6 years.

Entry into the second year of the Engineering programme is limited, however most students who pass their first year courses gain entry to their first or second Engineering discipline choice. If you are not successful in gaining a place, or if you decide not to continue with Engineering, you can normally credit completed courses to the Bachelor of Science or other UC degrees.

You may also be able to study the Diploma in Global Humanitarian Engineering at the same time as completing your BE(Hons), giving your engineering specialisation a unique focus on service-based engineering solutions.

  • You will spend around 100 days (800 hours) on practical work placements as part of your degree.
  • Gain skills in communication and report writing, ethics, sustainability, safety, and interacting with clients and customers.
  • Graduates work in private companies and consultancies through to government agencies, with many progressing into management.
  • All UC engineering degrees are accredited by Engineering New Zealand and will qualify you for student membership.

Find out more about what you can do with a degree from UC.

See Tuition Fee Structure for more information

YearPointsInfoFees (NZD)
2023120 Indicative first year fee. Actual fee will be determined by course selection.$7,761
2022120 Indicative first year fee. Actual fee will be determined by course selection.$7,554

YearPointsInfoFees (NZD)Fees (NZD) Excl GST
2022120First Year (Intermediate Year) indicative fee$40,750$35,435
2023120First Year (Intermediate Year) indicative fee$42,000$36,522

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For the full degree requirements, see the Regulations for the Bachelor of Engineering with Honours.

For study planning help, contact a Student Advisor.

For more information on facilities, resources, and staff, see Te Kaupeka Pūhanga | Faculty of Engineering.

For more general information, email or freephone 0800 VARSITY (827 748).