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0085

Undergraduate - Course

Students who commenced study in 2013 should refer to this course entry for direction on the requirements; to check which units are currently available for enrolment, refer to the unit indexes in the the current edition of the Handbook. If you have any queries contact the managing faculty for your course.

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This course entry applies to students commencing this course in 2013 and should be read in conjunction with information provided in the 'Faculty information' section of this Handbook by the Faculty of Engineering

Managing facultyEngineering
Partner facultyScience
Abbreviated titleBSc/BE
CRICOS code017107E
Total credit points required240
Standard duration of study (years)5 years FT, 10 years PT
Study mode and locationOn-campus (Clayton)
Admission, fee and application details http://www.monash.edu/study/coursefinder/course/0085
Contact details

Visit the Engineering contacts page

Science: email sci-enquiries@monash.edu

Course coordinator

Visit http://www.eng.monash.edu.au/current-students/course-information.html#1

Notes

  • Unit codes that are not linked to their entry in the Handbook are not available for study in the current year.

Description

This program provides an opportunity to combine studies in many areas of science with a specialisation in one of the following branches of engineering: chemical engineering, civil engineering, electrical and computer systems engineering, materials engineering and mechanical engineering.

Outcomes

Vacation work/industrial experience

In order to fulfil the requirements of the various degree regulations and Engineers Australia, all engineering students must complete 12 weeks of approved engineering work experience and submit a report on that work. Such work is normally undertaken in the vacations between second and third years and/or between third and fourth years (but may also be taken between first and second years). Students who have completed all academic requirements for their degrees are not eligible to graduate until this work experience has been completed and a satisfactory report submitted.

Professional recognition

For information about professional recognition of Faculty of Engineering courses visit http://www.monash.edu.au/pubs/2012handbooks/undergrad/eng-03.html

Structure

This course consists of:

(a.) 132/156 points of engineering studies in one of five branches composed of core and in some areas elective units, and foundation units if required

(b.) 84/108 points of science studies composed of compulsory units and major and minor sequences.

The first two semesters of the course are largely common to all branches of engineering studies, with all students studying mathematics, some engineering units and either chemistry or physics. Normally students must identify which branch of engineering they plan to study at the commencement of stage one, but those who are unsure of which branch to pursue are advised to consider enrolling in CHM1011, MTH1030 (or MTH1020) and PHS1011 (or PHS1080) and either ENG1060 or an engineering unit in a branch of interest in their first semester, and to consult the academic adviser prior to second semester for further unit selection.

The large majority of students entering the faculty have completed the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE), and references in the following paragraphs are to the prerequisite VCE subjects. Some domestic and international students enter the faculty with equivalent qualifications, and advice about unit choice for students with qualifications other than the VCE may be obtained from the faculty administration offices. Selected units are specified for students who have not completed appropriate VCE studies.

Students with a strong mathematics background and a keen interest in the subject could replace MTH1030 and MTH2010 with their advanced versions MTH1035 and MTH2015 respectively. Students will need to seek Faculty of Science permission to enrol in these units.

Core studies

Students must complete major and minor sequences in different areas of study towards the science component of this double degree. For more specific information refer to the relevant Engineering stream.

In order to pursue a particular science sequence, students must take the necessary science prerequisites in their first stage of study. For details of major and minor sequences in science disciplines refer to the 'Science areas of studies and sequences - Clayton' in the Faculty of Science section of this handbook at http://www.monash.edu.au/pubs/2013handbooks/undergrad/sci-aos-clayton.html.

Students should contact the appropriate science or engineering course adviser before enrolling in any level of the double degree program, to ensure that the program they wish to follow will satisfy prerequisites necessary for higher stages. In some special cases, students may choose to overload at stages two or three if they have not completed all of the prerequisites for their chosen science major sequences.

In this double degree course structure, restrictions have been imposed in terms of prescribed units to ensure that students pursue studies that suitably equip them for the subsequent levels in science and engineering.

The award of an honours degree in engineering is based on academic achievement.

Requirements

Students must complete units as listed for each stream and sequence below.

The choice of either MTH1020 and MTH1030 or MTH1030 and MTH2010 at stage one is determined by the level of preparation from VCE studies, and students who have not completed year 12 physics should take PHS1080 rather than PHS1011.

Chemical engineering

The engineering component requires not less than 132 points that must be obtained in units prescribed by this course list, and the science component requires no less than 108 points, including at least 24 points of level three science units. Students must complete either two major sequences or a double major and a minor sequence or one major and three minor sequences in different science areas of study.

Stage one

All students must complete:

Select one pair of mathematics units from:

In addition students must complete units in one of the following sequences as outlined below.

Generic sequence

Select one pair of science units from:

  • ASP1010 Earth to cosmos - introductory astronomy and ASP1022 Life and the universe
  • BIO1011 Biology I and BIO1022 Biology II
  • ESC1011 Planet earth and its environment: The cosmic connection and ESC1022 Planet earth: Dynamic systems, environmental change and resources
  • FIT1029 Algorithmic problem solving and FIT1040 Programming fundamentals
  • PHS1011 Physics (or PHS1080 Foundation physics) and PHS1022 Physics
  • STA1010 Statistical methods for science and MAT1830 Discrete mathematics for computer science

Major sequence in life sciences / Major sequence in chemistry with a minor sequence in life sciences

(Total: 48 points )

Stage two

All students must complete:

  • CHE2161 Fluid mechanics
  • CHE2162 Material and energy balances
  • CHE2163 Heat and mass transfer
  • CHE2164 Thermodynamics I
  • MTH2021 Linear algebra with applications
  • MTH2032 Differential equations with modelling and MTH2010 Multivariable calculus (if not taken at stage one)

In addition students must complete units in their chosen sequence as outlined below.

Generic sequence

  • an approved 12 point science sequence to complete a minor sequence in a different science area of study other than mathematics

Major sequence in life sciences

Select one pair of units from:

  • BCH2011 Structure and function of cellular biomolecules and BCH2022 Metabolic basis of human diseases
  • MIC2011 Microbiology: The microbial world and MIC2022 Microbiology: Host and environmental interactions
  • MOL2011 Molecular biology: Genes and their expression and MOL2022 Molecular biology: Gene technology and its application

Major sequence in chemistry with a minor sequence in life sciences

  • CHM2911 Synthetic chemistry I
  • 6 point approved level two chemistry unit

(Total: 48 points)

Stage three

All students must complete:

In addition students must complete units in their chosen sequence as outlined below.

Generic sequence

  • CHE2165 Bio-nano engineering or 6-point chemical engineering elective (if BIO1011 taken at stage one)
  • 24 points of approved science units to complete a major sequence in science

Major sequence in life sciences

  • 6-point approved chemical engineering elective unit
  • 12 points of approved science units towards a major sequence in biochemistry, or biochemistry and molecular biology, or microbiology, or microbiology and molecular biology
  • 12 points of approved science units to complete a minor sequence in chemistry

Major sequence in chemistry with a minor sequence in life sciences

  • BCH2011 Structure and function of cellular biomolecules
  • BCH2022 Metabolic basis of human diseases
  • 6-point approved chemical engineering unit
  • 12 points of approved science units towards a major sequence in chemistry

(Total: 48 points)

Stage four

All students must complete:

In addition students must complete units in their chosen sequence as outlined below.

Generic sequence

  • 6-point approved chemical engineering unit
  • 24 points of approved science units to complete a second major sequence, or a double major sequence in science

Major sequence in life sciences / Major sequence in chemistry with a minor sequence in life sciences

  • CHE3171 Bioprocess technology
  • 12 points of approved science units to complete an additional minor sequence in a different science area of study

In addition:

  • students studying the major sequence in life sciences select 12 points of approved science units to complete a major sequence in biochemistry or biochemistry and molecular biology or microbiology or microbiology and molecular biology
  • students studying the major sequence in chemistry with a minor sequence in life sciences select 12 points of approved science units to complete a major sequence in chemistry

(Total: 48 points)

Stage five

All students must complete:

  • CHE3167 Transport phenomena and numerical methods
  • CHE4161 Engineers in society
  • CHE4162 Particle technology
  • CHE4170 Design project (12 points)
  • CHE4180 Chemical engineering project (12 points)

In addition students must complete units in their chosen sequence as outlined below.

Generic sequence

  • 6-point approved chemical engineering unit

Major sequence in life sciences / Major sequence in chemistry with a minor sequence in life sciences

(Total: 48 points)

Civil engineering

The engineering component requires not less than 132 points that must be obtained in units prescribed by this course list, and the science component requires no less than 108 points, including at least 24 points of level three science units. Students must also complete either two major sequences or a double major and a minor sequence in different science areas of study.

Stage one

Select one pair of mathematics units from:

Select one pair of science units from:

  • ASP1010 Earth to cosmos - introductory astronomy and ASP1022 Life and the universe
  • BIO1011 Biology I and BIO1022 Biology II
  • CHM1011 Chemistry I or CHM1051 Chemistry I advanced, plus CHM1022 Chemistry II or CHM1052 Chemistry II advanced
  • ESC1011 Planet earth and its environment: The cosmic connection and ESC1022 Planet earth: Dynamic systems, environmental change and resources
  • FIT1029 Algorithmic problem solving and FIT1040 Programming fundamentals
  • STA1010 Statistical methods for science and MAT1830 Discrete mathematics for computer science

(Total: 48 points)

Stage two

  • CIV2206 Mechanics of solids
  • CIV2226 Design or concrete and masonry structures
  • CIV2242 Geomechanics 1
  • ENG1061 Engineering profession
  • MTH2021 Linear algebra with applications
  • MTH2032 Differential equations with modelling and MTH2010 Multivariable calculus (if not taken at stage one)
  • 12 points of approved science units to complete a minor sequence in a different science area of study

(Total: 48 points)

Stage three

  • CIV2207 Computing and water systems modelling
  • CIV2225 Design of steel and timber structures
  • CIV2263 Water systems
  • CIV2282 Transport and traffic engineering
  • 24 points of approved science units to complete a major sequence in science*

(Total: 48 points)

Stage four

  • 24 points of approved science units to complete a second major sequence or a double major sequence in science*
  • 24 points of level three CIV units chosen from the list below

(Total: 48 points)

Stage five

  • CIV4210 Project I
  • CIV4212 Civil engineering practice 4
  • 24 points of level three CIV units chosen from the list below
  • 12 points of civil engineering electives from the list below

Level three CIV units

  • CIV3204 Engineering investigation
  • CIV3205 Project management for civil engineers
  • CIV3221 Building structures and technology
  • CIV3222 Bridge design and assessment
  • CIV3247 Geomechanics 2
  • CIV3248 Groundwater and environmental geoengineering
  • CIV3264 Urban water and waste water systems
  • CIV3283 Road engineering

Civil engineering electives

  • CIV3203 Civil engineering construction
  • CIV4211 Project B*
  • CIV4234 Advanced structural analysis
  • CIV4235 Advanced structural design
  • CIV4248 Ground hazards and environmental geotechnics
  • CIV4249 Foundation engineering
  • CIV4261 Integrated urban water management
  • CIV4268 Water resources management
  • CIV4283 Transport planning
  • CIV4284 Transport systems
  • ENG4700 Engineering technology for biomedical imaging and sensing

* Enrolment in this unit is by departmental approval only.

(Total: 48 points)

Electrical and computer systems engineering

The generic and the computer science streams of the engineering component require not less than 132 points that must be obtained in units prescribed by this course and the science component requires at least 108 points. Students must also complete either two major sequences or a double major and a minor sequence in different science areas of study. The physiology/biomedical engineering stream requires 156 points of engineering and 84 points of science where students are required to complete a minor sequence in mathematics and a major sequence in physiology.

Stage one

All students to complete:

Select one pair of mathematics units from:

Select one pair of science units from:

  • ASP1010 Earth to cosmos - introductory astronomy and ASP1022 Life and the universe
  • BIO1011 Biology I and BIO1022 Biology II
  • CHM1011 Chemistry I or CHM1051 Chemistry I advanced, plus CHM1022 Chemistry II or CHM1052 Chemistry II advanced
  • ESC1011 Planet earth and its environment: The cosmic connection and ESC1022 Planet earth: Dynamic systems, environmental change and resources
  • FIT1029 Algorithmic problem solving and FIT1040 Programming fundamentals
  • STA1010 Statistical methods for science and MAT1830 Discrete mathematics for computer science

(Total: 48 points)

Stage two

All students must complete:

  • ECE2011 Signal processing
  • ECE2072 Digital systems
  • ENG2092 Advanced engineering mathematics B
  • MTH2021 Linear algebra with applications
  • MTH2032 Differential equations with modelling and MTH2010 Multivariable calculus (if not taken at stage one)

In addition students must complete units in their chosen sequence as outlined below.

Generic sequence

  • ECE2071 Computer organisation and programming, or ECE2061 Analogue electronics (if FIT1029/FIT1040 taken at stage one)
  • PHS2011 Physics: Quantum concepts and technologies
  • PHS2022 Physics for communications and measurement

Computer science sequence

Physiology/biomedical sequence

Select two units from:

  • PHY2011 Neuroscience of sensation, brain and movement
  • PHY2021 Body systems physiology
  • PHY2032 Physiology of human health

(Total: 48 points)

Stage three

All students must complete:

In addition students must complete units in their chosen sequence as outlined below:

Generic sequence

  • ECE2061 Analogue electronics or ECE3073 Computer systems (if FIT1029/FIT1040 taken at stage one)
  • ECE3022 Wireless and guided EM
  • 24 points of approved science units to complete a major sequence in science

Computer science sequence

Physiology/biomedical sequence

Select four units from:

  • PHY3012 Integrative neuroscience
  • PHY3072 Muscle and exercise
  • PHY3102 Nutrition, metabolism and body weight
  • PHY3111 Sensation and movement
  • PHY3171 Clinical and experimental cardiovascular physiology
  • PHY3181 Hormones and reproduction
  • PHY3990 Action in physiology research project

(Total: 48 points)

Stage four

All students must complete:

  • ECE3091 Engineering design
  • ECE3092 Systems engineering and reliability analysis

In addition students must complete units in their chosen sequence as outlined below.

Generic sequence

  • ECE3073 Computer systems or one 6-point elective from the ECSE electives as listed below (if ECE3073 already taken)
  • 6-point elective from the ECSE electives as listed below
  • 24 points of approved science units to complete a second major sequence, or a double major sequence in science

Computer science sequence

  • ECE3022 Wireless and guided EM
  • ECE3093 Optimisation estimation and numerical methods
  • 24 points of approved science units to complete either a major sequence in mathematics or a double major sequence in computer science

Physiology/biomedical sequence

  • ECE3022 Wireless and guided EM
  • ECE3073 Computer systems or one 6-point elective from the ECSE electives as listed below (if ECE3073 already taken)
  • ECE3093 Optimisation estimation and numerical methods
  • 6-point elective from the ECSE electives as listed below
  • 12 points of biomedical engineering units from the list below

If a biomedical unit is not offered in a particular semester, then another ECSE elective may be taken subject to head of department approval

(Total: 48 points)

Stage five

All students must complete:

In addition students must complete units in their chosen sequence as outlined below.

Generic sequence

  • ECE3093 Optimisation estimation and numerical methods
  • 12 points from the ECSE electives as listed below

Computer science sequence

  • 18 points from the ECSE electives as listed below

Physiology/biomedical sequence

  • 6 points from the ECSE electives as listed below
  • 12 points of biomedical engineering units from the list below:

ECSE electives

Note that not all units will be taught in any year and many will be offered only in alternate years.

  • ECE4012 Applied digital signal processing
  • ECE4023 Radio frequency electronics
  • ECE4024 Wireless communications
  • ECE4032 Advanced control
  • ECE4033 Industrial instrumentation and measurement technologies
  • ECE4042 Communications theory
  • ECE4043 Optical communications
  • ECE4044 Telecommunications protocols
  • ECE4045 Network performance
  • ECE4053 Electrical energy - generation and supply
  • ECE4054 Electrical energy - power converters and motor control
  • ECE4055 Electrical energy - power electronic applications
  • ECE4058 Electrical energy - high voltage engineering
  • ECE4063 Large scale digital design
  • ECE4064 Electronic test technology
  • ECE4074 Advanced computer architecture
  • ECE4075 Real time embedded systems
  • ECE4076 Computer vision
  • ECE4077 Advanced computing techniques
  • ECE4081 Medical instrumentation
  • ECE4084 Biomechanics of human musculoskeletal systems
  • ECE4086 Medical imaging technology
  • ECE4087 Medical technology innovation
  • ECE4808 Organic electronics and micro devices
  • ECE4809 Solid state lighting
  • ENG4700 Engineering technology for biomedical imaging and sensing

Biomedical engineering electives

  • ECE4081 Medical instrumentation
  • ECE4084 Biomechanics of human musculo-skeletal systems
  • ECE4086 Medical imaging technology
  • ECE4087 Medical technology innovation
  • ENG4700 Engineering technology for biomedical imaging and sensing
  • MTE2548 Biomaterials I
  • MTE4596 Biomaterials II

If a biomedical unit is not offered in a particular semester, then another ECSE elective may be taken subject to head of department approval

(Total: 48 points)

Materials engineering

The generic sequence requires 132 points of engineering and 108 points of science. The materials science sequence requires 108 points of engineering and 132 points of science. Students must also complete either two major sequences or a double major and a minor sequence in two different science areas of study.

Stage one

All students must complete:

Select one unit from:

Select one pair of science units from:

Select one pair of mathematics units from:

Select one pair of science units from:

  • ASP1010 Earth to cosmos - introductory astronomy and ASP1022 Life and the universe
  • BIO1011 Biology I and BIO1022 Biology II
  • CHM1011 Chemistry I or CHM1061 Chemistry I advanced, plus CHM1022 Chemistry II or CHM1052 Chemistry II advanced (if this pair has not already been taken)
  • ESC1011 Planet earth and its environment: The cosmic connection and ESC1022 Planet earth: Dynamic systems, environmental change and resources
  • FIT1029 Algorithmic problem solving and FIT1040 Programming fundamentals
  • PHS1011 Physics (or PHS1080 Foundation physics) and PHS1022 Physics (if this pair has not already been taken)
  • STA1010 Statistical methods for science and MAT1830 Discrete mathematics for computer science

(Total: 48 points)

Stage two

All students must complete:

  • MTH2021 Linear algebra with applications
  • MTH2032 Differential equations with modelling and MTH2010 Multivariable calculus (if not taken at stage one)

In addition students must complete units in their chosen sequence as outlined below.

Generic sequence

  • MTE2541 Nanostructure of materials
  • MTE2542 Microstructural development
  • MTE2544 Functional materials
  • MTE2545 Polymers and ceramics I
  • a 12 point level two science sequence in a different science area of study other than mathematics and statistics

Major sequence in materials science

  • MTE2541 Nanostructure of materials
  • MTE2542 Microstructural development
  • 24 points of science units

(Total: 48 points)

* Towards the materials science major sequence.

Stage three

All students must complete:

  • MTE2546 Mechanics of materials
  • MTE2547 Structure-property relationships in materials

Generic sequence

  • MTE3545 Functional materials and devices
  • 6-point level-three materials engineering core unit from the list below
  • 24 points of approved science units to complete a major sequence in science

Major sequence in materials science

  • MTE2545 Polymers and ceramics I
  • 24 points of approved science units to complete a major sequence in science

Select 6 points towards the materials science major sequence from:

  • MTE2544 Functional materials
  • MTE3542 Microstructural design in structural materials
  • MTE3547 Materials characterisation and modelling

(Total: 48 points)

Stage four

All students must complete:

In addition students must complete units in their chosen sequence as outlined below.

Generic sequence

  • MTE3541 Materials durability
  • MTE3542 Microstructural design in structural materials
  • 6-point level-three materials engineering core unit from the list below
  • 24 points of approved science units to complete a second major sequence or a double major sequence in science

Major sequence in materials science

  • MTE3543 Microstructure to applications: The mechanics of materials
  • MTE3544 Management and practice in materials engineering
  • MTE3546 Polymers and ceramics II
  • 12 points towards the materials science major sequence:
  • MTE3541 Materials durability
  • MTE3545 Functional materials and devices, or one 6 point elective in materials engineering from the list below

Plus two of the following units (one will have been completed at stage three) where one unit counts towards the material science major sequence and one unit towards the materials engineering component:

  • MTE2544 Functional materials
  • MTE3542 Microstructural design in structural materials
  • MTE3547 Materials characteristics and modelling

(Total: 48 points)

Stage five

All students must complete:

  • MTE4525 Project I
  • MTE4526 Project II
  • MTE4571 Materials engineering design and practice
  • MTE4572 Polymer/composite processing and engineering
  • MTE4573 Processing and engineering of metals and ceramics

In addition students must complete units in their chosen sequence as outlined below.

Generic sequence

  • 12 points of level three materials engineering core units
  • 6 point materials engineering elective

Major sequence in materials science

  • MTE3545 Functional materials and devices (if not already completed) or one 6-point materials engineering elective
  • 12 points of electives in materials engineering (students taking the biomaterials sequence can choose relevant electives and a project)

Level-three materials engineering core units

  • MTE3541 Materials durability
  • MTE3542 Microstructural design in structural materials
  • MTE3543 Microstructure to applications: the mechanics of materials
  • MTE3544 Management and practice in materials engineering
  • MTE3545 Functional materials and devices
  • MTE3546 Polymers and ceramics II
  • MTE3547 Materials characterisation and modelling

Materials engineering electives

  • MTE3590/MTE4590 Modelling of materials
  • MTE4592 Advanced ceramics and applications
  • MTE4593 Materials and environment
  • MTE4594 Engineering alloys processing, design and selection
  • MTE4595 Corrosion - mechanisms and protection methods
  • MTE4596 Biomaterials
  • MTE4597 Engineering with nanomaterials
  • MTE4598 Electron microscopy
  • MTE4599 Materials for energy technologies

(Total: 48 points)

Mechanical engineering

The engineering component requires not less than 132 points that must be obtained in units prescribed by this course list, and the science component requires at least 108 points. Students must complete a major sequence in mathematics and another major or double major sequence in mathematics and a minor sequence in a different science area of study.

Important note: this is a new course structure for students entering second year of the program from 2013 onwards. Students who entered second year of the program prior to 2013 should refer to the Handbook for the year in which they commenced the course. Archived Handbooks are available at http://www.monash.edu.au/pubs/handbooks/archive.html.

Stage one

Select one pair of mathematics units from:

Select one pair of science units from:

  • ASP1010 Earth to cosmos - introductory astronomy and ASP1022 Life and the universe
  • BIO1011 Biology I and BIO1022 Biology II
  • CHM1011 Chemistry I or CHM1051 Chemistry I advanced plus, CHM1022 Chemistry II or CHM1052 Chemistry II advanced
  • ESC1011 Planet earth and its environment: The cosmic connection and ESC1022 Planet earth: Dynamic systems, environmental change and resources
  • FIT1029 Algorithmic problem solving and FIT1040 Programming fundamentals
  • STA1010 Statistical methods for science and MAT1830 Discrete mathematics for computer science

(Total: 48 points)

Stage two

All students must complete:

  • MEC2402 Engineering design I
  • MEC2403 Mechanics of materials
  • MEC2405 Thermodynamics
  • MEC2456 Engineering computational analysis
  • MTH2021 Linear algebra with applications
  • MTH2032 Differential equations with modelling and MTH2010 Multivariable calculus (if not taken at stage one)
  • PHS2011 Physics: Quantum concepts and technologies
  • PHS2022 Physics for communications and measurement

(Total: 48 points)

Stage three

  • MEC2401 Dynamics I
  • MEC2404 Fluid mechanics I
  • MEC2407 Electromechanics
  • 6 points of level three units from Bachelor of Engineering in the field of mechanical engineering
  • 24 points of approved science units to complete a major sequence in mathematics

(Total: 48 points)

Stage four

  • 24 points of level three mechanical engineering units from the list below
  • 24 points of approved science units to complete a second major sequence in science or a double major sequence in mathematics

(Total: 48 points)

Stage five

  • MEC4401 Final year project
  • MEC4404 Professional practice
  • MEC4407 Engineering design III
  • 18 points of level three mechanical engineering units from the list below
  • 12 points of mechanical engineering electives from the list below:

Level three mechanical engineering units

Mechanical engineering electives

(Total: 48 points)

* Recommended only for students with an aggregate score of at least 70 per cent at the conclusion of third year.

** Enrolment subject to departmental approval.

Progression to further studies

Students may apply for admission to an honours level in science following the completion of an approved combination of at least 144 points of units including all of the science requirements for that branch of the Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Engineering.

Students who are considering doing honours in science prior to completing the double degree should consult with the Faculty of Science regarding their unit selection prior to re-enrolling for stage three.

Alternative exit(s)

Students may exit from the double-degree program and graduate with only one of the single degrees providing all requirements for that degree have been met.

Award(s)

Bachelor of Engineering (with Honours) (Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management)
Bachelor of Engineering (with Honours) in the field of Chemical Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering (with Honours) in the field of Civil Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering (with Honours) in the field of Electrical and Computer Systems
Bachelor of Engineering (with Honours) in the field of Materials Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering (with Honours) in the field of Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in the field of Chemical Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in the field of Civil Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in the field of Electrical and Computer Systems
Bachelor of Engineering in the field of Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management
Bachelor of Engineering in the field of Materials Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in the field of Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Science

Where more than one award is listed for one or both components of the double degree the actual award(s) conferred may depend on units/majors/streams/specialisations studied, the level of academic merit achieved, or other factors relevant to the individual student's program of study.