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Computer Systems Engineering Specialisation

Code: SPAALR

Designed for students wishing to specialise in computer systems.

This course will extend your knowledge and help you develop expertise in data communication and computer networks, digital electronics, communication systems, computer architecture, robotics and industrial control, among others.

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Availability

Joondalup

Offered

Mount Lawley

South West (Bunbury)

Online

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Specialisation details

Professional recognition

Engineers Australia have Provisionally Accredited this Specialisation.

Structure

Structure

Unit Code Unit Title Credit Points
CSI6108Fundamentals of Software Engineering20
ENS6154Digital Electronics15
ENS6161Data Communication and Computer Networks15
ENS6155Microprocessor Systems15
ENS6150Computer Architecture15
ENS6160Signals and Systems15
ENS5251Digital Signal Processing15
ENS6162Communication Systems 115
ENS5253Control Systems15
ENS5442Robotics 115
ENS5240Industrial Control15
ENS5204Real-Time Embedded Systems15

Note: Where a student has completed the equivalent of one or more of the above units in prior undergraduate level studies at an appropriate level, the Course Coordinator may, in some cases, consider substitutions with other available units. Students should consult with their course coordinator to see whether this is possible.

This Specialisation can be studied in the following courses

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