Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Civil Engineering

2020 course information for Domestic Students
2020 course information for International Students

updated 8:11 PM on Fri, 16 April

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International snapshot

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ATAR/OP
N/A
Duration
4 years full-time; 8 years part-time
4 years full-time
Location
Lismore, Online
Start date
March, July
Course code
3507285
Course abbreviation
BE(Hons)Civil
Credit points
384
Equivalent units
32
CRICOS
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Fees
Commonwealth supported
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Course overview

The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Civil Engineering equips students with the relevant skills and knowledge to provide a range of professional civil engineering services in regional, national and international environments. The course prepares graduates for work involving the planning, design, construction and maintenance of critical civil engineering infrastructure such as buildings, roads, bridges, dams, pipelines, transport systems, and water supply and waste water treatment facilities.

The course is structured around 16 key competencies identified by Engineers Australia as being essential to the graduating engineer. These competencies are broadly grouped into: knowledge and skills, application, personal and professional skills. Students develop core theoretical knowledge and skills vital to the engineering profession and the ability to apply these in the most relevant applications.

The course is strongly focused on project engineering from first year through to the final year, with an emphasis on critical issues for modern engineers such as professional ethics, sustainability, conflict resolution and negotiation. All students undertake a full-year subject in engineering research (thesis unit) in their final year, which enables them to explore the frontiers of engineering development and contribute to new knowledge in their chosen field.

The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Civil Engineering equips students with the relevant skills and knowledge to provide a range of professional civil engineering services in regional, national and international environments. The course prepares graduates for work involving the planning, design, construction and maintenance of critical civil engineering infrastructure such as buildings, roads, bridges, dams, pipelines, transport systems, and water supply and waste water treatment facilities.

The course is structured around 16 key competencies identified by Engineers Australia as being essential to the graduating engineer. These competencies are broadly grouped into: knowledge and skills, application, personal and professional skills. Students develop core theoretical knowledge and skills vital to the engineering profession and the ability to apply these in the most relevant applications.

The course is strongly focused on project engineering from first year through to the final year, with an emphasis on critical issues for modern engineers such as professional ethics, sustainability, conflict resolution and negotiation. All students undertake a full-year subject in engineering research (thesis unit) in their final year, which enables them to explore the frontiers of engineering development and contribute to new knowledge in their chosen field.

Current Southern Cross students – to access your official course details for the year you started your degree, please visit the handbook.

Entry requirements

See the University’s Rules Relating to Awards, in conjunction with the Specific Award Rules listed below.

Credit for prior learning

A maximum of the equivalent of 16 single-weighted units (192 credit credit points) of Advanced Standing may be granted to meet the requirements for accreditation of the course by Engineers Australia.

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UK Board GCE A Levels14
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Vietnam (in 4 subjects)8.8

Language requirements

English language requirements apply to International applicants and other applicants whose previous study was undertaken in a language other than English. The minimum English language requirements for such applicants for entry to this course are as follows

CategoryScore
Overall6.0
Listeningminimum 5.5
Readingminimum 5.5
Speakingminimum 5.5
Writingminimum 5.5

About the course

Students have the option to undertake a general course of study or select an eight-unit major in Environmental Engineering. 
 
Students taking the general course of study gain knowledge and expertise across the breadth of disciplines encompassed by civil engineering, including construction, project management, hydraulic engineering, water and wastewater engineering, geotechnical engineering, traffic and transport engineering, and environmental engineering.
 
The Environmental Engineering major prepares students with the scientific knowledge and engineering skills needed to understand and assess the impact of an engineering project on the environment. This enables graduates to develop sustainable and ethical systems that optimise the relationship between human activities and the natural and built environments.

Domestic students

LocationSession
Lismore1, 2
Online1, 2

International students

LocationSessionAnnual FeesCRICOS
Lismore1, 2$32,000 ($4,000 per unit)077352F
 Notice

Tuition fees are in Australian dollars, and are subject to change, including annual increases over the duration of a course. Annual tuition fee is based on completing 8 units per year. In addition students are required to pay OSHC for the duration of their visa in advance. Non-tuition fee covers textbooks, stationery and excursions.

How to apply

Where and when do you want to study?

Applications for this course are made directly to Southern Cross University via our online application service.

Applications are not available for 2020. Please select a different year above or see Course Options for courses currently offered.

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Why choose SCU?

Excellence in research

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Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) 2018

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Times Higher Education Young University Rankings 2020

Outstanding student support

5-Star Student Support across undergraduate and postgraduate studies

Good Universities Guide 2021

Learning outcomes

Course Learning Outcomes express learning achievement in terms of what a student should know, understand and be able to do on completion of a course. These outcomes are aligned with the graduate attributes.

Course Learning Outcome

Develop Research skills in order to be able to design plan and execute a research project with some independence.

Identify all influencing factors in complex engineering problems and to think about the macro and micro ramifications.

Develop cognitive and technical skills to review, analyse, consolidate and synthesise engineering knowledge to identify and provide solutions to complex problems with intellectual independence.

Adapt knowledge and skills in diverse contexts to form alternative solutions to complex problems.

Apply ethics and judgement to complex engineering problems.

Develop technical skills and an in-depth understanding of specialist bodies of engineering knowledge.

Develop conceptual understanding of the, mathematics, numerical analysis, statistics, and computer and information sciences which underpin the engineering discipline.

Self manage and be resourceful and effective at developing new knowledge and applying it to engineering problems.

Demonstrate computer literacy skills in both standard applications and discipline specific applications.

Develop appropriate professional practice, reflection skills and engineering competencies through study and professional practice.

Effectively communicate engineering ideas, concepts and arguments using written mediums to a variety of audiences.

Verbally communicate and influence a variety of audiences including the engineering team, community and people of diverse cultural backgrounds.

Engage with diverse cultural and Indigenous perspectives with the engineering environment.


Assessment methods

Assessment items vary for each unit. They include numerical calculations, written reports, oral presentations and exams. The assessment tasks are based around in-class learning activities, tutorial exercises, laboratory experiments, independent research activities, and project-based scenarios. Students undertake assessment tasks both individually and within teams with other students.

Teaching methods

On-campus students experience a variety of teaching approaches including lectures, tutorials, laboratory classes, field trips, online activities and video-linked or podcast virtual classes. The method of teaching may vary from unit to unit.

Career opportunities
Civil engineers work in a range of settings, including traffic and transport, humanitarian organisations, engineering design, government authorities, water supply and management agencies, construction companies, natural resource management organisations, consulting engineering companies, mining companies, irrigation authorities, research organisations and in tertiary education.
Professional placement
As part of this course, students are required to undertake a compulsory 60-day industry experience unit in a relevant engineering role. 
 
Industry experience enables students to gain experience in applying their knowledge and skills to engineering problems within a real work environment, and to make valuable contacts within the civil engineering industry. Students typically undertake one or more work placements with an organisation conducting work related to civil engineering practice. The nature of both the work and the employer can vary widely, from office-based engineering design with a small consultancy or local council to on-site project work with a major construction company.
Professional recognition

This course is fully accredited by Engineers Australia at the level of Professional Engineer. Courses accredited by Engineers Australia at this level are recognised in many different countries worldwide through the Washington Accord, an international agreement governing recognition of engineering qualifications and professional competence.

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Course requirements

To be eligible to receive the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Civil Engineering, students must complete the equivalent of 32 single-weighted units (384 credit points), comprising:

Honours

All candidates successfully completing this course will be awarded Honours. Additionally, a candidate who has reached the required standard of academic performance may, on the recommendation of the Course Coordinator, be awarded Honours with one of the following merit descriptors:

Honours merit descriptors will be determined based on a candidate’s academic record throughout the course of study, as described on the Engineering Student Centre website.


Course structure


Schedule of units

TitleLevel of learningNote

Core Units

Choose one of the following Mathematics Pathway Options:
Mathematics Pathway Option 1 (Standard Pathway)
Students who have not completed NSW HSC Mathematics (2U) or QLD Maths B or equivalent must choose Option 1
Take the following three (3) units:
MAT10001 -  Foundation MathematicsIntroductory
MAT71215 -  Introductory Algebra and CalculusIntroductory
MAT71003 -  Mathematics for Engineers and ScientistsIntroductory
Mathematics Pathway Option 2 (Advanced Pathway):
Option 2 is an alternative pathway for students who have completed NSW HSC Mathematics (2U) or QLD Maths B or equivalent and wish to undertake more advanced mathematics study
Take the following three (3) units:
MAT10720 -  Calculus and Linear Algebra IIIntermediate
MAT10719 -  CalculusIntermediate
MAT10721 -  Multivariate Calculus and Differential EquationsAdvanced
Take all of the following remaining core units:
ENG10759 -  Processes and Philosophy of EngineeringIntroductory
PHY10760 -  Physics and MaterialsIntroductory
ENO51001 -  Introduction to Computer Aided Design and DraftingIntroductory Note 1
ENO61001 -  Computer Aided Design ApplicationsIntroductory Note 1
CHE00201 -  ChemistryIntroductory
ENG10757 -  Applied MechanicsIntroductory
ENG62003 -  Introduction to Solid MechanicsIntermediate Note 1
ENG72003 -  Mechanics of Materials Note 1
GLY62001 -  Principles of Stormwater and Drainage ManagementIntermediate Note 1
ENG61005 -  Cost Estimation, Monitoring and ControlIntroductory Note 1
ENG61006 -  Tendering for Civil Construction ProjectsIntroductory Note 1
ENG61003 -  Construction Materials - ConcreteIntroductory Note 1
ENG63001 -  Concrete Structures Fundamentals Note 1
ENG62002 -  Hydraulic Engineering FundamentalsIntermediate Note 1
ENG72004 -  Fluid Dynamics Note 1
ENG20007 -  Engineering ComputationsIntermediate
ENO71001 -  Engineering Modelling and Experimentation I Note 1
ENG30004 -  Analysis and Computer Modelling of StructuresAdvanced
ENG61004 -  Construction Materials - SoilsIntroductory Note 1
ENG63002 -  Soil Mechanics FundamentalsAdvanced Note 1
ENG30010 -  Traffic and Road Safety EngineeringIntroductory
ENG63004 -  Hydraulic Design and ModellingAdvanced Note 1
ENG30005 -  Design of Steel StructuresIntroductory
ENG30007 -  Geotechnical EngineeringAdvanced
ENG30012 -  Water and Wastewater EngineeringAdvanced
ENG72005 -  Engineering Modelling and Experimentation II Note 1
ENG40007 -  Engineering Project Management and Professional EthicsAdvanced
ENG40005 -  Engineering Capstone ProjectAdvanced Note 2, Note 3
Majors

No Major

If you choose not to select a major, no major name will appear on your academic transcript or your testamur.
Take all of the following units:
ENG10758 -  Humanitarian ProjectsIntroductory
ENG62004 -  Road and Pavement DesignIntermediate Note 1
SUR61001 -  Surveying FundamentalsIntroductory Note 1
ENG30011 -  Regional and Urban Transport PlanningIntroductory
ENG83003 -  Advanced Structural and Building Design
ENG40001 -  Engineering Thesis IAdvanced
ENG40004 -  Engineering Thesis IIAdvanced
Choose two (2) single-weighted units or equivalent (a total of 24 credit points) from the following:

TitleLevel of learningNote
AGR00215 -  Water and Catchment ManagementAdvanced
AGT00217 -  Land Degradation and RehabilitationAdvanced
BIO00244 -  Protected Area ManagementAdvanced
BIO01230 -  Principles of Coastal Resource ManagementAdvanced
BIO10120 -  Marine Systems Science and ManagementAdvanced
BIO10125 -  Sustainable Use of the Marine EnvironmentAdvanced
BIO10126 -  Marine PollutionAdvanced
CHE00073 -  Environmental ChemistryIntermediate
ECO00202 -  Ecological Economics for Sustainable DevelopmentIntermediate
ENI72001 -  DynamicsIntermediate
ENG62001 -  Civil Construction Career DevelopmentIntermediate
ENG63003 -  The Diverse Civil Construction WorkplaceAdvanced
ENI72005 -  Introduction to Mechanical Design and ManufacturingIntermediate
ENI73005 -  Machine Element DesignAdvanced
ENI73020 -  Fluids EngineeringAdvanced
ENI73025 -  ThermodynamicsAdvanced
ENS00218 -  Waste TechnologyIntermediate
FOR00100 -  Fire Ecology and ManagementIntermediate
FOR00104 -  Forest OperationsIntermediate
FOR00112 -  Product Development and MarketingIntermediate
FOR00106 -  Wood Science and UtilisationIntermediate
GLY00223 -  Introduction to Geographic Information SystemsIntermediate
GLY30001 -  Contamination Assessment and RemediationAdvanced
GLY73001 -  Coastal and Fluvial HydrodynamicsAdvanced
ISY01224 -  Remote Sensing and Spatial AnalysisIntermediate
MNG10247 -  Managing OrganisationsIntroductory
MNG10253 -  Sustainable Business ManagementAdvanced
MNG92100 -  Strategic Asset ManagementIntermediate Note 4
PLN10001 -  Rural and Regional PlanningIntroductory
PLN10002 -  Sustainability and Professional Ethics for PlannersIntroductory
PLN20001 -  Land and Development EconomicsIntermediate
PLN20002 -  Settlements and Urban DesignIntermediate
PLN20005 -  Community EngagementIntermediate
SUR00201 -  Environmental MappingIntroductory
SUR73001 -  Drone Technology and UseAdvanced
ENG72002 -  Rainfall-Runoff ModellingIntermediate
ENG51001 -  Construction Site Safety and Risk ManagementIntroductory
ENG61001 -  Civil Construction Planning and ComplianceIntroductory
ENG61002 -  Environmental Sustainability in ConstructionIntroductory
ENG62005 -  Introduction to 3D Computer Aided DesignIntermediate
Environmental Engineering Major Note 5
Take all of the following units:
ENG72002 -  Rainfall-Runoff Modelling Note 1
ENG10758 -  Humanitarian ProjectsIntroductory
GLY73001 -  Coastal and Fluvial HydrodynamicsAdvanced
ENG61002 -  Environmental Sustainability in ConstructionIntroductory Note 1
AGR00215 -  Water and Catchment ManagementAdvanced
ENG40001 -  Engineering Thesis IAdvanced Note 5
ENG40004 -  Engineering Thesis IIAdvanced Note 5
Choose one of the following:
ENG83001 -  Engineering for Resilient Catchments and FloodplainsAdvanced Note 6
ENG83003 -  Advanced Structural and Building Design Note 6
Choose one (1) single-weighted unit or equivalent (a total of 12 credit points) from the following:
Construction Engineering Major Note 5
Take all of the following units:
ENG51001 -  Construction Site Safety and Risk ManagementIntroductory Note 1
ENG61002 -  Environmental Sustainability in ConstructionIntroductory Note 1
ENG62004 -  Road and Pavement DesignIntermediate Note 1
SUR61001 -  Surveying FundamentalsIntroductory Note 1
ENG61001 -  Civil Construction Planning and ComplianceIntroductory Note 1
ENG62005 -  Introduction to 3D Computer Aided DesignIntermediate Note 1
ENG83003 -  Advanced Structural and Building Design
ENG40001 -  Engineering Thesis IAdvanced Note 5
ENG40004 -  Engineering Thesis IIAdvanced Note 5
Choose two (2) single-weighted units or equivalent (a total of 24 credit points) from the following:


Course progressions

Students should use course progression information to select units specific to their course and enrol in these units using My Enrolment

TitleLevel of learningNote
Year 1, Session 1
ENG10759 -  Processes and Philosophy of EngineeringIntroductory
PHY10760 -  Physics and MaterialsIntroductory
ENO51001 -  Introduction to Computer Aided Design and DraftingIntroductory
ENO61001 -  Computer Aided Design ApplicationsIntroductory
Take one of the following:
MAT10001 -  Foundation Mathematics for Mathematics Pathway Option 1 (Standard Pathway)

OR

MAT10720 -  Linear Algebra Mathematics Pathway Option 2 (Advanced Pathway)
Introductory
Year 1, Session 2
CHE00201 -  ChemistryIntroductory
ENG10757 -  Applied MechanicsIntroductory
MAT71215 -  Introductory Algebra and Calculus for Mathematics Pathway Option 1 (Standard Pathway)

OR

MAT10719 -  Calculus Mathematics Pathway Option 2 (Advanced Pathway)
Introductory
ENG10758 -  Humanitarian Engineering Project for the No Specific MajorIntroductory
ENG10758 -  Humanitarian Engineering Project for the Environmental Engineering MajorIntroductory
ENG51001 -  Construction Site Safety and Risk Management AND ENG61002 -  Environmental Sustainability in Construction for the Construction Engineering MajorIntroductory
Year 2, Session 1
ENG62003 -  Introduction to Solid MechanicsIntermediate
ENG72003 -  Mechanics of MaterialsIntermediate
GLY62001 -  Principles of Stormwater and Drainage ManagementIntermediate
ENG61005 -  Cost Estimation, Monitoring and ControlIntroductory
ENG61006 -  Tendering for Civil Construction ProjectsIntroductory
MAT71003 -  Mathematics for Engineers and Scientists for Mathematics Pathway Option 1 (Standard Pathway) OR MAT10721 -  Multivariate Calculus and Differential Equations Mathematics Pathway Option 2 (Advanced Pathway)Introductory
ENG72002 -  Rainfall-Runoff Modelling for the Environmental Engineering MajorIntermediate
Year 2, Session 2
ENG61003 -  Construction Materials - ConcreteIntroductory
ENG63001 -  Concrete Structures FundamentalsAdvanced
ENG62002 -  Hydraulic Engineering FundamentalsIntermediate
ENG72004 -  Fluid DynamicsIntermediate
ENG20007 -  Engineering ComputationsIntermediate
ENG62004 -  Road and Pavement Design AND SUR61001 -  Surveying Fundamentals for the No Specific MajorIntermediate
GLY73001 -  Coastal and Fluvial Hydrodynamics for the Environmental Engineering MajorAdvanced
ENG62004 -  Road and Pavement Design AND SUR61001 -  Surveying Fundamentals for the Construction Engineering MajorIntermediate
Year 2, Session 3
ENO71001 -  Engineering Modelling and Experimentation IIntroductory
Year 3, Session 1
ENG30004 -  Analysis and Computer Modelling of StructuresAdvanced
ENG61004 -  Construction Materials - SoilsIntroductory
ENG63002 -  Soil Mechanics FundamentalsAdvanced
ENG30010 -  Traffic and Road Safety EngineeringIntroductory
ENG63004 -  Hydraulic Design and ModellingAdvanced
ENG61002 -  Environmental Sustainability in Construction for the Environmental Engineering MajorIntroductory
Year 3, Session 2
ENG30005 -  Design of Steel StructuresIntroductory
ENG30007 -  Geotechnical EngineeringAdvanced
ENG30012 -  Water and Wastewater EngineeringAdvanced
ENG30011 -  Regional and Urban Transport Planning for the No Specific MajorIntroductory
AGR00215 -  Water and Catchment Management for the Environmental Engineering MajorAdvanced
ENG61001 -  Civil Construction Planning and Compliance AND ENG62005 -  Introduction to 3D Computer Aided Design for the Construction Engineering MajorIntroductory
Year 3, Session 3
ENG72005 -  Engineering Modelling and Experimentation IIIntermediate
Year 4, Session 1
ENG40007 -  Engineering Project Management and Professional EthicsAdvanced
ENG40001 -  Engineering Thesis IAdvanced Note 5
ENG83003 -  Advanced Structural and Building Design for the No Specific MajorAdvanced
ENG83003 -  Advanced Structural and Building Design for the Construction Engineering MajorAdvanced
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the Electives for the No Major option
ENG83003 -  Advanced Structural and Building Design OR one single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the Electives for the Environmental Engineering MajorAdvanced Note 6
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the Electives for the Construction Engineering Major
Year 4, Session 2
ENG40004 -  Engineering Thesis IIAdvanced Note 5
ENG40005 -  Engineering Capstone ProjectAdvanced Note 2, Note 3
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the Electives for the No Major option
ENG83001 -  Engineering for Resilient Catchments and Floodplains OR one single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the Electives for the Environmental Engineering MajorAdvanced Note 6
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the Electives for the Construction Engineering Major


Notes

Note 1: Half-weighted unit
Note 2: Double-weighted unit
Note 3: Students undertaking a major will be required by the Unit Assessor to focus on an aspect of the project that is relevant to their major, and which demonstrates advanced learning in this field.
Note 4: This is a postgraduate coursework unit. Students completing this unit may request for advanced standing in SCU Master of Engineering Management, Master of Business Administration (MEM-MBA) degree.
Note 5: Students undertaking a Major must complete ENG40001 - Engineering Thesis I and ENG40004 - Engineering Thesis II in an area relevant to the Major as approved by the Course Coordinator.
Note 6: For students taking the Environmental Engineering Major, you must choose ENG83001 - Engineering for Resilient Catchments and Floodplains OR ENG83003 - Advanced Structural and Building Design as one of the elective units.

Unit groups

Electives for the No Major option

TitleLevel of learningNote
AGR00215 -  Water and Catchment ManagementAdvanced
AGT00217 -  Land Degradation and RehabilitationAdvanced
BIO00244 -  Protected Area ManagementAdvanced
BIO01230 -  Principles of Coastal Resource ManagementAdvanced
BIO10120 -  Marine Systems Science and ManagementAdvanced
BIO10125 -  Sustainable Use of the Marine EnvironmentAdvanced
BIO10126 -  Marine PollutionAdvanced
CHE00073 -  Environmental ChemistryIntermediate
ECO00202 -  Ecological Economics for Sustainable DevelopmentIntermediate
ENI72001 -  DynamicsIntermediate
ENG62001 -  Civil Construction Career DevelopmentIntermediate
ENG63003 -  The Diverse Civil Construction WorkplaceAdvanced
ENI72005 -  Introduction to Mechanical Design and ManufacturingIntermediate
ENI73005 -  Machine Element DesignAdvanced
ENI73020 -  Fluids EngineeringAdvanced
ENI73025 -  ThermodynamicsAdvanced
ENS00218 -  Waste TechnologyIntermediate
FOR00100 -  Fire Ecology and ManagementIntermediate
FOR00104 -  Forest OperationsIntermediate
FOR00112 -  Product Development and MarketingIntermediate
FOR00106 -  Wood Science and UtilisationIntermediate
GLY00223 -  Introduction to Geographic Information SystemsIntermediate
GLY30001 -  Contamination Assessment and RemediationAdvanced
GLY73001 -  Coastal and Fluvial HydrodynamicsAdvanced
ISY01224 -  Remote Sensing and Spatial AnalysisIntermediate
MNG10247 -  Managing OrganisationsIntroductory
MNG10253 -  Sustainable Business ManagementAdvanced
MNG92100 -  Strategic Asset ManagementIntermediate Note 4
PLN10001 -  Rural and Regional PlanningIntroductory
PLN10002 -  Sustainability and Professional Ethics for PlannersIntroductory
PLN20001 -  Land and Development EconomicsIntermediate
PLN20002 -  Settlements and Urban DesignIntermediate
PLN20005 -  Community EngagementIntermediate
SUR00201 -  Environmental MappingIntroductory
SUR73001 -  Drone Technology and UseAdvanced
ENG72002 -  Rainfall-Runoff ModellingIntermediate
ENG51001 -  Construction Site Safety and Risk ManagementIntroductory
ENG61001 -  Civil Construction Planning and ComplianceIntroductory
ENG61002 -  Environmental Sustainability in ConstructionIntroductory
ENG62005 -  Introduction to 3D Computer Aided DesignIntermediate

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