Please note - This program structure is no longer available for new enrolments. Please refer to the 2017 program structure.
MASTER OF PAVEMENT TECHNOLOGY (2016 AND PRIOR)
The course aims to provide place-bound professional engineers in public works and industry positions with access to modern tools to efficiently design and construct durable road and highway pavements. The road pavement industry experience is that a specialist qualification is important in raising the status of professionals in the industry, and the distance education mode allows courses to be readily offered to candidates throughout Australia and New Zealand as well as overseas. The distance mode will greatly assist the ongoing learning process for those who change employer and/or are located in rural/regional areas and are unable to access traditional face-to-face university programs.
|Course Provider||Centre for Pavement Engineering Education Inc.|
|Provider Identification Number||PRV12121|
|Course Name||Master of Pavement Technology|
|Course Duration||1 years|
|Maximum time to complete (Part-time)||6 years|
|AQF Qualification level||9|
Centre for Pavement Engineering Education (CPEE)
Suite 6, 935 Station Street Box Hill North 3129, Victoria, Australia.
Phone (03) 98905155
Standard entry will be granted into the Masters based upon the following:
- A minimum relevant academic qualification at AQF Level 8,
- A minimum relevant academic qualification at AQF Level 7 plus a minimum of 5 years relevant industrial experience in pavement engineering or a related field.
qualifications from overseas institutions
Applicants with qualifications from overseas institutions should provide a translated copy of their qualification with their application form. Before being considered for enrolment applicants must provide evidence of English language proficiency. This can be satisfied by providing documentary evidence of any of the following or their equivalent:
- First language is English and secondary and/or undergraduate studies were conducted in English.
- Successful completion of a tertiary degree program of minimum 2 years full time equivalent where the degree program was instructed and examined in English
- English language proficiency valid within 2 years prior to submission of the application,
- IELTS (Academic) - 6.0 (no individual band less than 6.0)
- TOEFL (PBT) 575 TWE 4.5; TOEFL (iBT) 88 (no score below 20)
- PTE Academic 50 with no score lower than 50
- Cambridge CAE (Certificate of Advanced English) - B Grade
- Cambridge CPE (Certificate of Proficiency in English) - C Grade
- Cambridge BEC (Business English Certificate) Higher - C Grade
- Qualifications from a University in an overseas country are assessed
Qualifications from a university in an overseas country are assessed in accordance with the AEI-National Organisation of Overseas Skill Recognition (NOOSR) guidelines.
Master of Pavement Technology
To graduate with this award student must successfully complete eight (8) units in accordance with the program structure
|Unit||New Title||Title (pre 2017)|
|600||Fundamentals of Roads and Pavements||Introduction to Pavements|
|630||Industry Research||Industry Research|
Choose 6 from the following:
* Full details see CPEE Graduation Policy (PO009)
Note: Variations to the Master of Pavement Technology Schedule Guide can only occur with the prior approval of the CPEE Higher Education Officer.
- Applications to undertake a non-standard course must be made in writing using the Non-standard course application form for assessment.
CPEE (PRIVATE PROVIDER PROGRAMS)
|Domestic||International||Field of Education|
|Program||Per Unit||Per Unit||Code|
|Graduate Certificate in Pavement Technology||$2,720.00||$3,150.00||039999|
|Master of Pavement Technology||$2,720.00||$3,150.00||039999|
|Single Unit (Non Award)||$2,720.00||$3,150.00||039999|
FULL FEE PAYING PLACES
A Full Fee Paying place is not Commonwealth supported, that is, not subsidised by the Australian Government. If you are a domestic student in a Full Fee Paying place you must pay full tuition fees for your studies.
Many things, including entry requirements, differ for international and local (or domestic) students.
YOU ARE CONSIDERED A LOCAL/DOMESTIC STUDENT IF YOU ARE:
- a citizen of Australia;
- a citizen of New Zealand
- a dual citizen of Australia and any other country;
- a Permanent Resident of Australia; or
- on a Permanent Humanitarian Visa.
These criteria apply even if you completed your schooling outside Australia.
YOU ARE CONSIDERED AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT IF YOU ARE:
- a citizen of any country except Australia or New Zealand;
- a temporary resident (visa status) of Australia;
- a permanent resident (visa status) of New Zealand.
If you have Australian or New Zealand citizenship and citizenship of another country, you are considered to be a local student – even if you completed your schooling outside Australia.
During your studies you may have additional costs and fees other than those for your unit fees
|Administrative fees (inclusive of GST)||Fee (AUD)|
|Replacement Statement of Results||$30.00|
|*Hardcopy Course Notes||$105.00|
|Letter request (electronic) (if not a current student)||$30.00|
|Letter request (hardcopy) (if not a current student)||$40.00|
|Administrative charge for dishonoured payment||$20.00|
|Late Enrolment fee (past advertised date of enrolment)||$100.00|
|+Late Withdrawal fee (past census date but if fees are refunded)||$200.00|
|Late variations to enrolments (per variation)||$50.00|
|^Late payment of fees (past scheduled date of fee payment)||$50.00|
- * Fee includes postage within Australia. For notes sent outside of Australia postage will be calculated prior to sending
- + Only applicable if exception to full payment of semester fees is granted on appeal
- ^ Not incurred if late enrolment fee of $100.00 is incurred unless payment of fees is not made within the scheduled payment date
How TO PAY?
Semester unit fees will be invoiced to you automatically once you have enrolled in the unit/s you wish to study. If you have not received your invoice within 2 weeks of submitting your semester enrolment please contact CPEE directly.
Roads and pavements form a large component of the national investment in infrastructure, and there is increasing appreciation of the need for efficient pavement design and construction to minimize the long-term lifecycle costs, including operation, maintenance, management and renewal of these major physical assets. This will add to the demand for technical specialists with road pavement engineering skills and career opportunities exist with Federal and State government authorities, local authorities, private civil and mining companies, civil engineering contractors, engineering consulting firms and regulatory organizations.
Austroads and the Australian Asphalt Pavement Association (AAPA) the founding members of the Centre for Pavement Engineering Education (CPEE), support the program and the qualification is recognised by the road industry.
Applicants who have completed the Graduate Certificate in Pavement Technology can apply to enter the Master of Pavement Technology with credit for the units completed in the Graduate Certificate in Pavement Technology.
1. Candidates for the Master of Technology in Pavements shall be qualified for entry. Applicants for the Graduate Certificate in Pavement Technology and Master of Pavement Technology must hold an undergraduate Bachelor level degree in engineering or a Graduate Certificate in a relevant discipline or equivalent.
2. Candidates shall complete the degree requirements, as hereinafter prescribed, in not less than one year of full-time study (or its equivalent) and not more than three years, from the time of first enrolment.
3. To qualify for the degree, the candidate shall pass eight 12.5% units as specified in the schedule accompanying these specifications.
4. Units may be counted towards the degree only if they have been taken in accordance with prerequisites determined by CPEE and as summarised in the Schedule.
5. In every case the candidate's choice of units and the order in which they are taken shall be subject to approval by CPEE in accordance with the requirements of the course.
Credit for Previous Studies
6. Passes in subjects or units in other courses (completed or otherwise) in this institution or another approved tertiary institution (or other approved professional examining body) may be credited towards the degree, provided that CPEE may specify what more a candidate so credited shall be required to do to qualify for the degree.
7. The CPEE may from time to time make amendments to the Schedules to these specifications.
Enrolments are no longer being accepted for this structure. Please refer to the 2017 Master of Pavement Technology course page for application details
Before you apply
The first step that any future students should take to ensure that the application and admission process goes as smoothly as possible is to consider and complete the following steps before applying:
- Review the program
- Note admission criteria, admission instructions, requirements & structure and any additional information listed.
- Review fees and related costs
- Check key and application closing dates.
- If you are from a non-English-speaking background, review the English language requirements and ensure that you can provide evidence of your English proficiency if required.
Applications are made to the CPEE Higher Education Officer (HEO) via the online enrolment application form (certain applications may have extra requirements, which will be listed on the applicable enrolment application form). It is important to include all documents with the application to avoid delays in processing.
Approved applicants and re-enrolling students are to use the below information for the selection on Units of study each semester. If you have not been approved to study with CPEE please refer to: Apply Now
To begin enrolling in your units click on the ENROL NOW link below. This will open a PDF document for you to complete this process.
We recommend that you download and complete this form, print, sign, scan and return to CPEE via the email address provided.