Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) - Bachelor of Information Technology

Prepare yourself for the challenges of tomorrow with the dynamic combination of engineering and IT.


University in Queensland for IT skills development* *Good Universities Guide 2021, UG Computing & IS

Five stars

for employment outcomes, with 92% of graduates employed after 4 months* *Good Universities Guide 2021, UG Engineering

Five stars

for teaching quality* *Good Universities Guide 2021, Computing & IS


  • Townsville: February, July
  • Cairns: February



+estimated annual Commonwealth Supported Fee

Fees are based on 2020 figures and are subject to change

Plus Student Services and Amenities fee
Fee deferral and scholarships available if eligible


5 years full-time

or part-time equivalent

Entry Requirements

ATAR 78.1

English (Units 3/4,C), Mathematical Methods (Units 3/4,C)

QTAC Codes

  • 314071
  • 324071

Course detail

Real stories

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    Alan Liang

    Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of IT

    JCU Engineering and I.T. are super approachable when it comes to pursuing interesting real-world projects. I was able to accomplish one of my career aspirations while studying - developing systems that make a change to the real world.

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    Luke Donnet

    Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of IT

    A Bachelor of Engineering and IT at JCU equipped me with valuable skills for today’s technologically focused society. I was able to develop a supportive network of JCU staff and peers, as well as crossover skills from both disciplines that are complimentary, e.g. software development and automatic control systems.

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    Dr Mostafa Rahimi Azghadi

    Senior Lecturer, Electrical and Electronic Engineering

    The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) prepares students for their field specific engineering duties, while adding the Bachelor of Information Technology sharpens skills and gives extra ability to speak the language of technology. Double degree graduates are more competitive because they bring more skills to the job

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    Jim Greatorex


    Approximately 75% of our professional staff in North Queensland have studied engineering at JCU. GHD continues to prioritise students that have studied locally as the quality of education and resilience of character that local graduates bring to our business is exceptional.