Why study Corrosion?
Curtin University's unique Corrosion engineering courses offer exciting opportunities for engineers, scientists, and researchers. The degrees will diversify your skill set for employment opportunities across a broad spectrum of industries.
Curtin’s Corrosion Engineering programs provide a unique possibility for career development in the energy and resources industry, where there is a growing demand for qualified corrosion engineers and quality research in the field of corrosion engineering.
Courses and study options
Curtin University offers corrosion education through the online Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma in Corrosion Engineering, and MSc Corrosion Engineering. The units are tailored to industry needs, and students can undertake the selected modules on either part-time or full-time basis, which allows students to fit the study load around their work and family commitments.
The courses commence in either February or July and allow students to access course materials from anywhere in the world.
Besides HIgher Degree by Research (HDR) options, Curtin University has recently launched the Industrial Master and Doctorate programs.
A Global University
Curtin is a vibrant, global university with campuses in Perth, Singapore, Malaysia and Dubai, a strong presence in South-East Asia and partnerships with over 90 institutions worldwide. When you join Curtin University, you’ll become part of an international family.
With almost a third of our 51,000 students coming from a country outside of Australia, you’ll study in a multicultural and inclusive environment that gives you a sense of belonging.
What is to be a Corrosion Student?
Corrosion is a truly multidisciplinary field, encompassing diverse areas such as materials science, chemical, civil, and mechanical engineering, microbiology, and economics. Corrosion professionals work in dynamic teams, demanding strong communication and problem-solving abilities.
Enter to learn more about why there is a growing demand for corrosion professionals both nationally and internationally and how you could make a difference.