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Master of Engineering Management Q&A

23 September 2015

Prime yourself for a future less “greenfield”, in an industry that's constantly growing and changing.

Join us for a live Q&A teleconference for Southern Cross University’s Online Master of Engineering Management to learn how a it can:

  • prepare you to lead and innovate in the top tiers
  • develop you skills to work across any engineering discipline
  • increase your earning potential, formalise your credentials and help you start your own firm or consultancy.

You can even email us your questions ahead of time so we can ensure Professor Scott Smith, Dean of Engineering and the course coordinator, covers what you need to know.

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Teleconference details

Date: Thursday, 1st October 2015
Time: 7:00pm AET
Duration: 30 to 45 minutes
Dial-in conference no: 1800 857 029(free call from landline)
Access Code: 70991255#
Add this event to your calendar (.ics file) or join us via Facebook.

The teleconference will be recorded, so if you can't make it, we’ll ensure you can access it via our website or through your Student Enrolment Advisor.

Professor Smith is also available one-on-one if you’d like to discuss your Master of Engineering Management application privately. Dial in for more details.

We really look forward to speaking with you!

About Professor Scott Smith 
Prof Smith, PhD BE (Hons) CPEng RPEQ FIEAust FASCE FHKIE FIIFC, Southern Cross University Dean of Engineering is course coordinator for the Online Master of Engineering Management. To date, Scott has published over 50 peer reviewed archival journal papers and over 90 peer reviewed conference papers. His research interests include the application of advanced materials (e.g. fibre-reinforced polymer (FRP) composites) for the repair and strengthening of existing concrete, metallic and timber infrastructure; and sustainable development of the built environment. He has won several research awards from professional international institutions, and has been awarded more than USD$1.7million in support of his research.