The Humanitarian Engineering Minor (ENGGA2) covers a breadth of humanitarian activities from disaster response and preparedness to long-term sustainable community development within Australia and overseas. It is a complementary skill to existing engineering disciplines and prepares you to work in challenging and diverse situations to help disadvantaged and disempowered communities and individuals.
Students must take a minimum of 24 UoC from the courses listed below to complete the Humanitarian Engineering Minor. Please note that not all engineering streams are compatible with this minor offering.
Please check the UNSW Handbook to learn more about ENGGA2.