Fire engineers specialise in the application of science and engineering principles to protect people and their environment from destructive fire.
The Master of Engineering in Fire Engineering is open to graduates from relevant branches of engineering, and covers all aspects of fire safety in buildings and other structures, human safety, and risk assessment.
Some courses are offered in blocks and online learning software allows for flexible programmes of study. Students also complete a thesis or project.
- See current research being conducted by research groups within the Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering.
To study a Fire Engineering programme at UC, students must normally have completed one of the following:
- Bachelor of Engineering with Honours with First or Second Class Honours
- Postgraduate Certificate in Engineering with a GPA of 5 or more
- Bachelor of Science with Honours in appropriate subjects.
Students wishing to enrol in postgraduate study must have completed both the academic and non-academic requirements of the prerequisite degree. This includes practical work days, work reports, a workshop training course, and a first aid certificate.
If English is your additional language, you are also required to meet UC's English language requirements.
- ENCI 601 Risk Management
- ENFE 601 Structural Fire Engineering
- ENFE 602 Fire Dynamics
- ENFE 603 Fire Safety Systems
- ENFE 604 Fire Design Case Study
- ENFE 610 Advanced Fire Dynamics
- ENFE 613 Special Topic
- ENFE 614 Special Topic in Fire Engineering
Postgraduate study can bring many career benefits eg, specialist skills and enhanced knowledge, entry into specific occupations, higher starting salary/progression rates, research capability/achievement, and evidence of high academic attainment/self-discipline.
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