CC32 Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and Diploma of Professional Practice (Co-op Engineering)

In order to complete this course, you must:

  1. Complete the core structure
  2. Complete 1 major

Core Structure

Number of units: 13 Total credit points: 96

In order to complete this course, you must:

  1. Complete the Core Structure
  2. Complete 1 Major

The More Details tab has a link to the Course Planners for this course.

The units below are the Core Foundation units for Bachelor of Engineering (Honours). You should complete these units first.

Fundamentals of Professional Engineering Practice is a double credit-point (12 credit point) unit which assists your transition to university study. All other Core Foundation units are 6 credit points.

Although some units in this course are offered in online and mixed mode, you must not enrol in individual units in the online/mixed mode due to course accreditation requirements. Please refer to More Details for further information regarding this.

Available units
Students must complete the following compulsory units:
ENEG11005 Fundamentals of Professional Engineering
MATH11218 Applied Mathematics
ENEG11006 Engineering Statics
ENEG11007 Engineering Industry Project Investigation
ENEG11008 Materials for Engineers
MATH11219 Applied Calculus
ENEG11009 Fundamentals of Energy and Electricity

In addition to the core foundation units listed above, you must complete the following Diploma of Professional Practice (Co-op Engineering) units during your course.

If you are intending to go on placement at the end of your second year of study, you should enrol in ENEP11007 Engineering Employment Preparation in Year 2 Term 2. As ENEP11007 is prerequisite to ENEP11006 Industry Practice 1, you will not be able to go on placement if you have not completed ENEP11007. Go to the More Details tab for a link to the Course Planners for this course .

Available units
Students must complete the following compulsory units:
ENEP11007 Engineering Employment Preparation
ENEP11006 Industry Practice 1
ENEP11010 Industry Practice Review
ENEP12007 Engineering Business Fundamentals
ENEP12010 Industry Practice 2
ENEP12008 Engineering Leadership

Civil Major

Number of units: 19 Total credit points: 138

In the civil major, you will study the following intermediate units.

Note that if you are intending to go on placement at the end of your second year of study, you should enrol in ENEP11007 Engineering Employment Preparation in Year 2 Term 2 in addition to the units below.

Available units
Students must complete the following compulsory units:
ENEG12007 Creative Engineering
ENEC12009 Engineering Surveying
ENEC12010 Hydraulics and Hydrology
MATH12222 Advanced Mathematical Applications
MATH12225 Applied Computational Modelling
ENEC12008 Geotechnical Engineering
ENEC12011 Transport Systems
ENEC12012 Stress Analysis

You will study the following advanced units.

Note:

  • ENEC14014, ENEC14016 and ENEC14017 are double credit-point (12uc) units intended to provide an authentic project experience.
  • You will need to arrange your study plan around your work placements. The Diploma of Professional Practice (Co-op Engineering) units are listed in the Core units. The link to the Course Planner for this major can be found under the More Details tab.

Available units
Students must complete the following compulsory units:
ENEC13015 Steel and Timber Design
ENEC13017 Advanced Structural Analysis
ENEC13016 Concrete Technology and Design
ENEC13014 Water Supply and Wastewater Technology
ENEC14014 Structural and Geotechnical Design
ENEC14016 Traffic and Transportation Engineering
ENEC14017 Water Resources Engineering

In addition to the units listed above, there are 2 elective slots in the civil major.

There is a pre-approved set of electives available in the Course Planner (the link is in the More Details tab). Should you wish to complete an elective not on the pre-approved list, contact your Course Advisor to discuss.

Finally, you will complete a final year engineering project over 2 terms. The final year engineering project confirms your ability to work as a professional engineer.

Please see More Details section for information on enrolling into the final year project units ENEG14003 and ENEG14005.

Available units
Students must complete the following compulsory units:
ENEG14003 Engineering Honours Project Planning
ENEG14005 Engineering Honours Project Implementation

Electrical Major

Number of units: 19 Total credit points: 138

In the electrical major, after completing the core foundation units, you will study the following Level 2 units.

Note that if you are intending to go on placement at the end of your second year of study, you should enrol in ENEP11007 Engineering Employment Preparation in Year 2 Term 2 in addition to the units below.

Available units
Students must complete the following compulsory units:
ENEG12007 Creative Engineering
ENEE12014 Electrical Circuit Analysis
MATH12222 Advanced Mathematical Applications
MATH12225 Applied Computational Modelling
ENEE12015 Electrical Power Engineering
ENEE12016 Signals and Systems
ENEE13018 Analogue Electronics
ENEE13020 Digital Electronics

You will study the following advanced units.

Note:

  • ENEE14005, ENEE14006 and ENEE14007 are double credit-point (12uc) units intended to provide an authentic project experience.
  • You will need to arrange your study plan around your work placements. The Diploma of Professional Practice (Co-op Engineering) units are listed in the Core units. The link to the Course Planner for this major can be found under the More Details tab.

Available units
Students must complete the following compulsory units:
ENEE13016 Power System Protection
ENEE13019 Control Systems Analysis and Design
ENEE13021 Power System Analysis and Design
ENEE13022 Communication Networks
ENEE14005 Capstone Power and Control Design
ENEE14006 Embedded Microcontrollers
ENEE14007 Electrical Machines and Drives Applications

In addition to the units listed above, there are 2 elective slots in the electrical major.

There is a pre-approved set of electives in the Course Planner (the link is in the More Details tab). Should you wish to complete an elective not on the pre-approved list, contact your Course Advisor to discuss.

At the end of your course, you will complete a final year engineering project over 2 terms. The final year engineering project confirms your ability to work as a professional engineer.

Please see More Details section for information on enrolling into the final year projects units.

Available units
Students must complete the following compulsory units:
ENEG14003 Engineering Honours Project Planning
ENEG14005 Engineering Honours Project Implementation

Mechanical Major

Number of units: 19 Total credit points: 138

In the mechanical major, you will study the following intermediate units.

Note that if you are intending to go on placement at the end of your second year of study, you should enrol in ENEP11007 Engineering Employment Preparation in Year 2 Term 2 in addition to the units below.

Available units
Students must complete the following compulsory units:
ENEG12007 Creative Engineering
ENEM12006 Fluid Mechanics
MATH12222 Advanced Mathematical Applications
MATH12225 Applied Computational Modelling
ENEM12009 Structural Mechanics
ENEM12010 Engineering Dynamics
ENEM13018 Materials and Manufacturing
ENEM13014 Thermodynamics

You will study the following advanced units.

Note:

  • ENEM14014, ENEM14015 and ENEM14016 are double credit-point (12uc) units intended to provide an authentic project experience.
  • You will need to arrange your study plan around your work placements. The Diploma of Professional Practice (Co-op Engineering) units are listed in the Core units. The link to the Course Planner for this major can be found under the More Details tab.

Available units
Students must complete the following compulsory units:
ENEM13012 Maintenance Engineering
ENEM12008 Solid Materials Handling
ENEM14014 Capstone Thermofluid Engineering
ENEM14015 Dynamic System Modelling and Control
ENEM14016 Fluid Machinery
ENEM13015 Design of Machine Elements
ENEM14011 Energy Conversion

In addition to the units listed above, there are 2 elective slots in the mechanical major.

There is a pre-approved set of electives listed in the Course Planner (the link is in the More Details tab). Should you wish to complete an elective not on the pre-approved list, contact your Course Advisor to discuss.

At the end of your course, you will complete a final year engineering project over 2 terms. The final year engineering project confirms your ability to work as a professional engineer.

Please see the More Details section for information on enrolling into the final year project units.

Available units
Students must complete the following compulsory units:
ENEG14003 Engineering Honours Project Planning
ENEG14005 Engineering Honours Project Implementation

Mechatronics Major

Number of units: 20 Total credit points: 138

In the mechatronics major, you will study the following intermediate units.

Note that if you are intending to go on placement at the end of your second year of study, you should enrol in ENEP11007 Engineering Employment Preparation in Year 2 Term 2 in addition to the units below.

Available units
Students must complete the following compulsory units:
ENEG12007 Creative Engineering
ENEE12014 Electrical Circuit Analysis
ENEM12010 Engineering Dynamics
MATH12222 Advanced Mathematical Applications
MATH12225 Applied Computational Modelling
ENEX12002 Introductory Electronics
ENEE12016 Signals and Systems
ENEX12001 Electrical Power and Machines
ENEM12009 Structural Mechanics

You will study the following advanced units.

Note:

  • ENEX14001 Mechatronics Systems Design and ENEE14006 Embedded Microcontrollers are double credit-point (12uc) units intended to provide an authentic project experience.
  • You will need to arrange your study plan around your work placements. The Diploma of Professional Practice (Co-op Engineering) units are listed in the Core units. The link to the Course Planner for this major can be found under the More Details tab.

Available units
Students must complete the following compulsory units:
ENEX13001 Instrumentation and Industrial Automation
ENEX13002 Power Electronics
ENEX13003 Design of Mechatronics Elements
ENEX13004 Advanced Dynamics and Robotics
ENEE13019 Control Systems Analysis and Design
ENEX13006 Thermofluids Theory and Applications
ENEX13005 Machine Design and Vibrations
ENEE14006 Embedded Microcontrollers
ENEX14001 Mechatronics Systems Design

At the end of your course, you will complete a final year engineering project over 2 terms. the final year engineering project confirms your ability to work as a professional engineer.

Please see the More Details tab for information on enrolling into the final year project units.

Available units
Students must complete the following compulsory units:
ENEG14003 Engineering Honours Project Planning
ENEG14005 Engineering Honours Project Implementation