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Bachelor of Engineering Science

This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

The Bachelor of Engineering Science is a three year full-time (or part-time equivalent) award requiring 360 credit points from 24 units of study.



Year One - Semester 1
UnitDescription Points
ENS1154Introduction to Engineering 15
ENS1162Electrical Engineering 1A 15
ENM1102Engineering Drawing and Computer Aided Design 15
MAT1236Calculus 1 15
 


Year One - Semester 2
UnitDescription Points
ENS1101Engineering Mechanics 15
ENS1253Electrical Engineering 1B 15
ENS1115Materials and Manufacturing 1 15
MAT1163Linear Algebra 15
 


Year Two - Semester 1
UnitDescription Points
CSP2151Programming Fundamentals 15
ENM2104Instrumentation and Measurement 15
ENS2456Digital Electronics^15
MAT2437Differential Equations 15
 


^ Students intending to undertake the Chemical Engineering specialisation in the Master of Engineering should enrol in the unit SCC1111 General Chemistry in place of ENS2456, and should enrol in ENS2456 in place of Elective 1 in Year Three - Semester 1.

Year Two - Semester 2
UnitDescription Points
ENS2110Materials and Manufacturing 2 15
ENS2113Engineering Dynamics 15
ENS2457Analog Electronics 15
ENS2160Thermodynamics 15
 


Year Three - Semester 1
UnitDescription Points
ENS3551Electrical Networks 15
ENM3218Fluid Mechanics 15
ENS3242Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering*15
Elective 1 (15 cpts)
 


* Students intending to undertake the Chemical Engineering specialisation in the Master of Engineering should enrol in the unit SCC2211 Organic Chemistry in place of ENS3242.

Year Three - Semester 2
UnitDescription Points
ENS3190Mechanics of Solids 15
ENS3553Signals and Systems 15
MAT3486Multivariate Calculus 15
Elective 2 (15 cpts)
 


N.B. The two electives should be chosen through consultation with the Course Coordinator according to the discipline specialisation students intend to undertake in the Master of Engineering. They can be chosen from any of the engineering or mathematics units available in the School for which pre-requisites have been met. Students intending to undertake the Chemical Engineering specialisation in the Master of Engineering must enrol in the unit SCC1201 Chemistry: Structure and Reactions for their second elective.
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