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Master of Engineering
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
The Master of Engineering is a two year (full-time equivalent) award requiring 240 credit points of study comprising four core 15 credit point units, twelve 15 credit point engineering specialisation units and a 0 credit point practicum unit. The set of units to be taken depends on the chosen specialisation.
To complete the course the Engineering Practicum unit must be undertaken. This requires the student to complete a period of 12 weeks full time employment under the supervision of an engineer in an approved work situation. The Engineering Practicum can be undertaken during the break between the first and second years of the course, or at the conclusion of the second year (although note that this may delay graduation).
Year One - Semester 1
|ENS5159||Engineering Innovation and Ethics||15|
|Engineering Specialisation 1 (15 cpt)|
|Engineering Specialisation 2 (15 cpt)|
|Engineering Specialisation 3 (15 cpt)|
Year One - Semester 2
|Engineering Specialisation 4 (15 cpt)|
|Engineering Specialisation 5 (15 pct)|
|Engineering Specialisation 6 (15 cpt)|
|Engineering Specialisation 7 (15 cpt)|
Year Two - Semester 1
|ENS6126||Master of Engineering Project 1||15|
|Engineering Specialisation 8 (15 cpt)|
|Engineering Specialisation 9 (15 cpt)|
|Engineering Specialisation 10 (15 cpt)|
Year Two - Semester 2
|ENS6127||Master of Engineering Project 2||15|
|Engineering Specialisation 11 (15 cpt)|
|Engineering Specialisation 12 (15 cpt)|