Course code: #LTEN
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You will be introduced to core concepts across civil, electrical and mechanical engineering disciplines, developing your understanding of each field.
Engineers apply science and maths concepts to solve practical problems.
The maths skills you gain will be essential to further your understanding of more complex engineering concepts.
You’ll learn the basics of algebra, trigonometry and calculus.
You will also cover basic concepts in chemistry and physics and their practical engineering applications.
Explore fluid mechanics, circuits and signals, and the structures and properties of materials.
Develop the skills to produce 2D engineering drawings and 3D engineering models, which is an essential skill to communicate visual designs.
The Associate Degree in Engineering covers various subjects, including essential maths, physics and chemistry, and first-year courses from UniSA’s engineering bachelor degrees.
Our practical approach to learning means you’ll gain the skills to hit the ground running.
You’ll learn to use industry-standard software such as SolidWorks to produce 3D CAD models that bring your designs alive, Enovia (Dassault Systems) to develop detailed project plans, MATLAB to process data and Mulitsim to instantly visualise and analyse electronic circuit behaviour.
You’ll discover how engineering intersects with essential business management practices across diverse environments and study systems and design thinking techniques.
UniSA collaborates with over 2,500 companies worldwide.
If you go on to study Engineering (Honours), you’ll have many opportunities to gain hands-on experience and make industry connections.
The UniSA STEM Professional Practice Program allows you to gain at least 450 hours of skills and competencies through various engagement activities such as placements, internships, guest lectures, industry panels, site visits, networking and events.
UniSA also hosts regular University-wide employee master classes and employment expos, and alumni events in Australia and overseas.
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,184|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$5,200|
If you do not meet the English language entry requirements, you can successful completion of the Centre for the English Language at the University of South Australia (CELUSA) Academic English Program.
If they successfully complete the AE program at an appropriate level, students applying to these institutions will not need to take IELTS or any other English language test.
Depending on their English level upon commencement of the AE program and their required IELTS score for further studies, students will study for between 10 and 40 weeks.
Students should have achieved SACE Stage 1 passes or an equivalent TAFE or other approved qualification in Mathematics.
You must have successfully completed an Australian Year 12 program or an equivalent program in your home country or a recognised Pathway or Foundation Studies Program.
If you are an international student studying Year 12 in Australia, you need to apply via the South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre (SATAC).
Successful completion of the Pre-University Certificate OR High School Diploma
Recent secondary education
Meet any prerequisite requirements with a minimum grade of C- or equivalent
Applicants who have not achieved the Selection Rank required for automatic selection may be selected for any remaining places based on the grades of their year 12 subjects.
Higher education study
Vocational Education and Training (VET)
Work and life experience
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