College of Science, Engineering and Health
The College of Science, Engineering and Health (SEH) incorporates the fields of sciences, engineering, IT and health and medical sciences.
Comprising ten academic schools (eight higher education schools and two vocational education schools), the College delivers a broad range of programs at apprenticeship, certificate, bachelor, masters and PhD levels. Many programs articulate between vocational education and higher education, creating pathways for further study.
The College of Science, Engineering and Health nurtures and challenges students and staff to generate knowledge and solutions to transform our global and urban future.About the College
Learning and teaching
The College of Science, Engineering and Health supports academic and teaching staff to deliver quality programs and tothat provide an excellent student experience.Learning and teaching
Research in the College of Science, Engineering and Health is carried out across five core areas that support RMIT's research focus.
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There are ten schools across two campuses in the College of Science, Engineering and Health, offering programs that range from certificates through to PhDs.Schools in the College
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