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Instrumentation control and automation engineering is the integration of electrical, electronic and computing engineering with control engineering, for the development of intelligent control systems to automate monitoring, processing, and production in different engineering industries.
Areas of study within Instrumentation Control & Automation include analogue and digital electronics, computer aided design and manufacturing, signal analysis, communication and networking, electrical machines, sensor technology, process control, automation, robotics, system design and development and project management.
Students are required to complete practicum placement(s) as part of this course.
Control and Automation Engineer, Process Control Engineer, Instrumentation Engineer
This Major structure will be available to students commencing the Major from Semester 1, 2015 onwards.
This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
The Instrumentation Control and Automation major is available to students enrolled in any of the engineering double degree courses. Instrumentation control and automation engineering is the integration of electrical, electronic and computing engineering with control engineering for the development of intelligent control systems to automate monitoring, processing, and production in different engineering industries. Areas of study within instrumentation control and automation include analog and digital electronics, computer aided design and manufacturing, signal analysis, communication and networking, electrical machines, sensor technology, process control, automation, robotics, system design and development, and project management. Instrumentation control and automation engineers have diverse employment opportunities in most sectors of industry, including product design and development, manufacturing, mining and resource, agriculture, public utilities, road and transport, defence, aerospace, chemical, pharmaceutical, and consulting.
The Instrumentation Control and Automation major program consists of 15 units (225 credit points) of study as indicated below.
|ENM2104||Instrumentation and Measurement||*||15|
|ENS3553||Signals and Systems||^||15|
|ENS3555||Communication Systems 1||*||15|
|ENS3554||Data Communications and Computer Networks||*||15|
|ENS5230||Electrical Machines and Transformers||^||15|
|ENS5447||Propagation and Antennas||*||15|
|ENS5204||Real-Time Embedded Systems||^||15|
This major can also be studied in the following courses: