The Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences has courses and research strengths in Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, and Information Technology and Systems. Our staff are at the leading edge of innovative research and work closely with industry, ensuring all our courses are industry relevant and our graduates ready for the workplace
UOW has a world class reputation in teaching and research, recognised with membership to the Group of Eight (Go8) Deans of Engineering and Associates. A good engineer can 'do' what they know. We teach the fundamentals of technical engineering and give you the time to apply your knowledge in real situations. Our degrees are accredited by Engineers Australia, and under the Washington Accord you have a passport to work as an engineer in Australia and in 13 other countries.
Information and Communication Technology
Information and Communication Technology harness the power of technology to benefit everyone. At UOW our degrees combine an uncompromisingly strong technical education with practical and industry-focused subjects. Our degrees draw on cutting edge research to keep them relevant and current, creating industry ready professionals.
Mathematics and Statistics
As a mathematics and statistics student you will learn in an environment that is extremely dynamic and encompasses the entire breadth of the Mathematical Sciences, including pure mathematics and statistics. The course options have strong industry focus and are fully accredited by the relevant professional bodies.