Course code: #VENG01
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The Bachelor of Engineering Honours at CDU will provide an advanced conceptual understanding of the science and its application to engineering, followed by a developed specialist knowledge of the theory and practice.
As an electrical and electronics engineer, you will be able to fulfil major roles in designing, automating and controlling devices that make modern life convenient.
You will be involved in electronics, telecommunications, biomedical applications and power generation, storage and distribution, including renewable energy.
You will develop communication methods, electronic control systems and power engineering skills, and a background in sustainable engineering principles.
The course explicitly offers you hands-on practical experience, which will assist you in your future career as a professional engineer.
This course also focuses on essential engineering skills, including innovation, creativity, research, management, teamwork and leadership.
The final year includes a design project and a thesis, both of which are capstone units intended to bring together all the learning of the previous years and prepare you for a career as a professional engineer.
A feature of the program is twelve weeks of industrial work experience, ensuring that you are familiar with current engineering practices and begin to create your network of engineering contacts for future employment.
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The minimum academic entry requirement for admission to an undergraduate degree is completing a qualification deemed equivalent to an Australian Year 12 high school certificate by the University’s qualification assessment references.
Admission requirements are met by one of the following:
NTCET/SACE Stage 2: Mathematical Methods or Physics. Alternatively, completion of CDU SMA104 Concepts of Mathematics unit or equivalent.
Completion of a Foundation Studies program provides access to most CDU undergraduate degrees.
After completing a foundation program, students are well prepared and confident in their academic and English abilities.
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