Mechanical Engineering Specialisation

Mechanical Engineering involves the production and use of heat and power for the design, invention and operation of machines and devices of all types.


The Mechanical Engineering specialisation at UWA covers core theories, methods and practices used in sound and vibration, control, thermodynamics, fluids and materials.

Career Outcomes

As a mechanical engineer you will develop broad-based knowledge which will enable you to move easily between industries.

Career pathway options range from offshore and petroleum engineering through to the building, mining, mineral processing, construction, power, automotive and  aerospace-manufacturing industries, where you will design and oversee the development, installation, operation and maintenance of machinery, solve practical engineering problems and improve efficiency.

Mechanical Engineering Courses at UWA

Find out more about how you can become an Mechanical Engineer by studying at UWA

Course Accreditation

The Master of Professional Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) is fully accredited by Engineers Australia. 

Mechanical Engineering unit sets

Undergraduate Postgraduate

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