Mechatronics Engineering Specialisation
Designed for students wishing to specialise in mechatronics.
The major will provide students with additional knowledge and expertise in mechatronics engineering fields such as robotics, mechanical design and development, advanced materials and manufacturing systems, and electrical machines and transformers, among others.
Availability & Campus
|Unit Code||Unit Title||Credit Points|
|ENS6134||Materials and Manufacturing 2||15|
|ENS6132||Mechanical Design and Development||15|
|ENS6160||Signals and Systems||15|
|ENS6105||Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing||15|
|ENS6146||Instrumentation and Measurement||15|
|ENS5230||Electrical Machines and Transformers||15|
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.
For more detailed unit information for this Specialisation take a look at our Handbook. To organise your life for next semester visit the Semester timetable.Student handbook
- Apply cognitive, technical and creative skills to investigate, evaluate and synthesise complex ideas, concepts and theories in authentic mechatronics engineering situations.
- Apply high level communication and collaboration skills in a professional mechatronics engineering context.
- Reflect critically on a complex body of knowledge, research principles and methods within the mechatronics engineering discipline to demonstrate mastery of professional practice.
- Use high level self management skills to initiate, plan and execute a substantial mechatronics engineering project.