Course code: #BHENGINE4MTR
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The Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Mechatronic) combines mechanical, electronic and software engineering to enable you to create computer-controlled machines and consumer products.
Underpinned by industry experience and management skills, you will be equipped to tackle the exciting challenges of this ever-evolving field.
As a mechatronics engineering student, you will discover first-hand the technology that underpins robotics and autonomous systems, automated manufacturing and intelligent microprocessor-based products.
You will develop skills in digital electronics, microprocessors, computer control, and software design, complemented by a suite of professional skills in management and communications.
Throughout this four-year degree, you will cover a range of fields, including mechanism and machine analysis and design, electrical circuit theory and electronics, digital electronics and computer systems, power electronics and electrical machines, systems modelling and simulation, and robotic systems.
Core units will provide you with foundational knowledge in mechatronics before specialising in elective units in your third and fourth years.
In your fourth year, an embedded honours thesis will allow you to further specialise by designing a research project in an area that interests you.
All Bachelor of Engineering Honours students undertakes enhanced foundation studies in data and computation and a sequence of real-world project units throughout their degree, enabling them to apply technical knowledge in practice.
As part of your degree, you will undertake the award-winning Professional Engagement Program enabling you to change your approach to learning through self-reflection and extra-curricular activities throughout your degree.
The specialisation available in this degree is:
You may also broaden your studies by choosing a specialisation in:
Prospective students who meet requirements may be eligible to undertake the Space Engineering program in conjunction with this stream.
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1. A scanned copy of passport identification page
2. English language results
3. Academic transcripts
4. Degree certificates (testamurs)
5. Scholarship documentation
6. Marriage/change of name certificate
Students will study for 36, 25, 15, 10 or 5 teaching weeks.
All courses involve 20 hours of classes per week.
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HSC Mathematics Extension 1 and Physics. If you attempt engineering without this prior level of knowledge of Mathematics, you may experience difficulty, so you are strongly advised to undertake an appropriate bridging course.
This course has an integrated Honours program, with all students undertaking a research thesis in the final year.
This course has a mathematics course prerequisite.
China – Gaokao: 70%
India – CBSE: 14.5
Indian School Certificate: 88
India - HSSC 6 states: 85
You study Academic English Skills and 4 academic subjects each semester.
Once enrolled with the University of Sydney Foundation Program, you will receive a conditional offer to a degree at the University of Sydney.
All students must study English A and English B during the Foundation Program.
If your degree at the University has a University of Sydney prerequisite for mathematics, you must study Mathematics during the Foundation Program.
Keeping in mind the subjects recommended to you; you are welcome to choose your elective subjects.
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