Course code: #Y28
These are mandatory and all come with course.
This course at ECU includes a range of studies in civil engineering with a secondary focus towards the management of environmental concerns that confront an engineer working in civil engineering.
Many engineering projects, especially those that may impact on the quality of land, water and air, require detailed environmental analysis to identify and mitigate any chances that the project will adversely affect the environment.
The program focuses on the development of knowledge and skills relevant to professional engineering practice, and along with a sound theoretical base, includes:
strong elements of practical problem-solving, teamwork and project development resulting in strong analytical skills and the ability to lead complex projects.
Areas of study within the course include a foundation in physical and engineering sciences along with computer-aided design, engineering materials, surveying, and other core civil engineering topics.
The course also includes advanced studies in:
environmental risk assessment and management, water and wastewater treatment, water distribution systems and wastewater collection systems, waste disposal and management, air-borne pollution control and the principles that ensure long-term sustainable engineering design solutions.
Students are required to undertake a minimum of 12 weeks of practical work experience in an engineering industry environment.
This will normally be undertaken during a vacation period.
|Cost of living||1 person||$10,620|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$10,200|
Undergraduate English package guide:
|Entry requirements (IELTS Score)||Leads to||Duration|
|IELTS 4.0 → AE 1||ECU Undergraduate entry||10 weeks|
|IELTS 4.5 → AE 2||ECU Undergraduate entry||10 weeks|
|IELTS 5.0 → AE 3||ECU Undergraduate entry||10 weeks|
|IELTS 5.5 → AE 4||ECU Undergraduate entry||10 weeks|
The Academic English Program (AEP) is designed for students who plan to study at an Australian university or who are interested in developing academic reading, writing, listening and communication skills.
All applicants are required to have
It is desirable that all applicants have Physics ATAR or Engineering Studies ATAR, with equivalents considered.
Students without Physics ATAR or Engineering Studies ATAR may need to take a bridging unit in the first year of their studies.
Minimum requirements for secondary school results can change, depending on the country where you completed your secondary study.
If you've completed a Certificate IV, Diploma, or Advanced Diploma at a recognized Australian education provider, this may also help you meet minimum entry requirements for an undergraduate course.
National College Entrance Exam (Gao Kao) OR
Successful completion of one year of tertiary study A minimum of 65.6% of the overall score
Higher Secondary Certificate or equivalent 65%
High School Diploma and Pre-University Certificate (Peeshdaneshgahe) 12 out of 20
A Diploma from ECC is equivalent to the first year of an undergraduate degree at Edith Cowan University.
It aims to prepare international students for further study in an ECC Diploma or for entry into the first year of a selected Edith Cowan University bachelor’s degree.
Diploma of Science (Engineering Studies) (Year 2) will be eligible for admission to a range of Health Science degrees at ECU. (Such as Bachelor of Aviation - Bachelor of Engineering Honours majoring in: Chemical, Civil, Civil and Environmental, Computer Systems, Electrical Power, Electrical and Renewable Energy, Electronics and Communications, Instrumentation Control and Automation, Mechanical, Mechatronics, Petroleum - Bachelor of Engineering Science - Bachelor of Technology (Aeronautical) - Bachelor of Technology (Engineering) majoring in, Chemical, Electronic and Computer Systems - Bachelor of Technology (Motorsports))
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