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Computer systems engineering is the synergistic combination of electronic engineering and computer science.
Computer systems engineers have a wide knowledge of digital and analog electronic systems and a detailed understanding of computer architecture, software design and hardware-software interfacing. They are involved in all aspects of computing, from the development of individual microprocessors, to the design of personal, mainframe or supercomputer systems, as well as digital and mixed signal circuit design, real-time and embedded system implementation and software engineering. Areas covered include the fundamental physical sciences, computer architecture, digital electronics, data communications, interfacing, real-time and embedded systems, robotics and software development.
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Engineers Australia have Accredited this Major.
This professional recognition only applies when you study this Major in one of the following courses:
|Unit Code||Unit Title||Credit Points|
|CSI2312||Foundations of Software Engineering||15|
|ENS3553||Signals and Systems||15|
|ENS3554||Data Communications and Computer Networks||15|
|ENS3555||Communication Systems 1||15|
|ENS5204||Real-Time Embedded Systems||15|
|ENS5251||Digital Signal Processing||15|
|Elective Unit||x 1||15|
Employment opportunities include the development and design of microcomputer systems, computer networks, complex real-time systems, high performance processors, multimedia systems and control and automation.
Computer Systems Engineer, Embedded Systems Engineer, Electronic Engineer
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