Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Coastal Systems Engineering

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

updated 8:11 PM on Fri, 16 April

Domestic snapshot

International snapshot

IELTS
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ATAR/OP
N/A
Duration
4 years full-time; 8 years part-time
4 years full-time
Location
Lismore, Online
Lismore
Start date
March, July
February, June
Course code
3507250
Course abbreviation
BE(Hons)Coastal
Credit points
384
Equivalent units
32
CRICOS
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Fees
Commonwealth supported
Fees
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Please note, some locations may not have all intake periods available. See the full availability details for further information.

Course overview

With strong population growth and significant changes in hydrology predicted for the coastal margin of Australia, there is an increasing demand for civil and environmental engineers with expertise in managing coastal and floodplain hydrology.

The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Coastal Systems Engineering is one of just a few specialist undergraduate professional engineering degrees in Australia to train industry-ready graduates for work in water engineering, coastal engineering and catchment management. The course addresses an increasing need for engineering expertise in these fields that is currently only available through on-the-job training and/or postgraduate qualifications.

With strong population growth and significant changes in hydrology predicted for the coastal margin of Australia, there is an increasing demand for civil and environmental engineers with expertise in managing coastal and floodplain hydrology.

The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Coastal Systems Engineering is one of just a few specialist undergraduate professional engineering degrees in Australia to train industry-ready graduates for work in water engineering, coastal engineering and catchment management. The course addresses an increasing need for engineering expertise in these fields that is currently only available through on-the-job training and/or postgraduate qualifications.

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.

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

Majors: 

  • Coastal Geochemistry
  • Coastal Zone Management
  • Infrastructure Design and Management.

There is also a 'no major' option, with a wide range of elective units.

All students complete core units that cover coastal engineering and management, floodplain engineering and management, project management, hydraulic engineering, water and wastewater engineering, engineering geochemistry and hydrology. The course is strongly focused on project engineering from first year through to the final year. The course also addresses fundamental concepts that cross all disciplines including professional ethics, sustainability, conflict resolution and negotiation.

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.

Domestic students

LocationSession
Lismore1, 2
Online1, 2

International students

LocationSessionAnnual FeesCRICOS
Lismore1, 2$32,000 ($4,000 per unit)098590G
 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

Outstanding ratings of 'at world standard' or above in 23 research fields.

Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) 2018

Top 200 Young Universities

Only 25 years young and ranked in the top 200 universities in the world.

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

Apply a multidisciplinary systems engineering approach to identify relevant factors and evaluate their importance in complex coastal engineering problems

Review, analyse, consolidate and synthesise engineering knowledge to identify and develop solutions to complex coastal engineering problems with intellectual independence

Conduct research related to coastal engineering with some independence

Adapt and apply a broad contextual knowledge using highly developed technical, design and communication skills to devise innovative solutions to complex coastal engineering and management problems

Use highly developed professional judgement to apply contemporary ethical standards and exhibit appropriate professional conduct in the engineering environment

Demonstrate a strong conceptual understanding of mathematics and other basic sciences that underpin the coastal engineering discipline

Apply appropriate technical skills and demonstrate a detailed understanding of specialist bodies of knowledge related to coastal engineering and management

Apply critical reflection to assess professional development with respect to the Engineers Australia Stage 1 Competencies

Demonstrate the ability to acquire, use and adapt to changes in information and technology

Demonstrate an ability to develop new knowledge and apply it to solving coastal engineering problems

Demonstrate the ability to work in teams with engineers and other professionals to solve coastal engineering problems using a systems engineering approach in a project environment

Communicate clearly and effectively in oral and written form with a variety of audiences including engineers, other professionals, and the wider community

Demonstrate an appreciation of diverse cultural and Indigenous perspectives in the context of a systems approach to coastal engineering


Assessment methods

Assessment items vary for each unit. They include numerical calculations, written assessment, oral presentations, exams and project based scenarios within groups and as individuals.

Teaching methods

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

Career opportunities

As a civil or environmental engineer in a range of settings involving systems and infrastructure in the coastal zone, including municipal and government authorities, water supply and management agencies, construction companies, natural resource management organisations, consulting engineering companies, airport authorities, mining companies, irrigation authorities, research organisations, and education organisations.

Professional placement

As part of this course, students are required to undertake a compulsory 60-day industry placement.

Industry experience enables students to apply their knowledge and skills to engineering problems within a real work environment, and to make valuable contacts within industry. Students typically undertake one or more work placements with an organisation conducting work related to engineering practice.

Professional recognition

The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Coastal Systems Engineering has provisional accreditation from Engineers Australia at the level of Professional Engineer and will be assessed for full accreditation at this level in 2022.  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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students

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Current
students

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Course requirements

To be eligible to receive the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Coastal Systems 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

TitleLevel of learningNote
Students who have not completed NSW HSC Mathematics (2U) or QLD Maths B or equivalent must choose Option 1
Take all of the following three (3) units:
MAT10001 -  Foundation MathematicsIntroductory
MAT71215 -  Introductory Algebra and CalculusIntroductory
MAT71003 -  Mathematics for Engineers and ScientistsIntroductory

TitleLevel of learningNote
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 all of the following three (3) units:
MAT10719 -  CalculusIntermediate
MAT10720 -  Calculus and Linear Algebra IIIntermediate
MAT10721 -  Multivariate Calculus and Differential EquationsAdvanced
Take all of the following remaining core units:
ENG10759 -  Processes and Philosophy of EngineeringIntroductory
PHY10760 -  Physics and MaterialsIntroductory
CHE00201 -  ChemistryIntroductory
ENG10758 -  Humanitarian ProjectsIntroductory
ENG10757 -  Applied MechanicsIntroductory
SUR00201 -  Environmental MappingIntroductory
GLY00201 -  Earth Systems I: The LithosphereIntroductory
GLY62001 -  Principles of Stormwater and Drainage ManagementIntermediate Note 1
ENG72002 -  Rainfall-Runoff Modelling Note 1
ENG62002 -  Hydraulic Engineering FundamentalsIntermediate Note 1
ENG72004 -  Fluid Dynamics Note 1
ENG20007 -  Engineering ComputationsIntermediate
ENV10655 -  Coastlines - Diversity, Dynamics and RisksIntermediate
ENO71001 -  Engineering Modelling and Experimentation I Note 1
ENG72005 -  Engineering Modelling and Experimentation II Note 1
CHE00073 -  Environmental ChemistryIntermediate
AGR00215 -  Water and Catchment ManagementAdvanced
ENG61004 -  Construction Materials - SoilsIntroductory Note 1
ENG63002 -  Soil Mechanics FundamentalsAdvanced Note 1
GLY73001 -  Coastal and Fluvial HydrodynamicsAdvanced
ENG30012 -  Water and Wastewater EngineeringAdvanced
GLY82001 -  HydrogeologyIntermediate
ENG83001 -  Engineering for Resilient Catchments and FloodplainsAdvanced
ENG83002 -  Engineering in Dynamic Coastal Environments
ENG40007 -  Engineering Project Management and Professional EthicsAdvanced

Majors

TitleLevel of learningNote
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:
ENG40005 -  Engineering Capstone ProjectAdvanced
ENG40001 -  Engineering Thesis IAdvanced
ENG40004 -  Engineering Thesis IIAdvanced
Choose four (4) single-weighted units or equivalent (a total of 48 credit points) from the following:
PLN10001 -  Rural and Regional PlanningIntroductory
ENG62003 -  Introduction to Solid MechanicsIntermediate Note 1
ENG72003 -  Mechanics of MaterialsIntermediate Note 1
GLY20001 -  Environmental Analysis: SolidsIntermediate
GLY20002 -  Environmental Analysis: AqueousIntermediate
GLY00232 -  Coastal BiogeochemistryIntermediate
AGR00214 -  Soil ProcessesIntermediate
GLY00223 -  Introduction to Geographic Information SystemsIntermediate
ECO00202 -  Ecological Economics for Sustainable DevelopmentIntermediate
ISY01224 -  Remote Sensing and Spatial AnalysisIntermediate
ENG61006 -  Tendering for Civil Construction ProjectsIntroductory Note 1
ENG61005 -  Cost Estimation, Monitoring and ControlIntroductory Note 1
GLY30001 -  Contamination Assessment and RemediationAdvanced
GLY30002 -  Phase Equilibria, Thermodynamics and KineticsAdvanced
AGT00217 -  Land Degradation and RehabilitationAdvanced
BIO10120 -  Marine Systems Science and ManagementAdvanced
ENG30004 -  Analysis and Computer Modelling of StructuresAdvanced
ENG30007 -  Geotechnical EngineeringAdvanced
BIO00244 -  Protected Area ManagementAdvanced
BIO01230 -  Principles of Coastal Resource ManagementAdvanced
BIO10125 -  Sustainable Use of the Marine EnvironmentAdvanced
BIO10126 -  Marine PollutionAdvanced
ENG30005 -  Design of Steel StructuresIntroductory
SUR73001 -  Drone Technology and UseAdvanced
MNG92100 -  Strategic Asset ManagementIntermediate


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
SUR00201 -  Environmental MappingIntroductory
ENG10759 -  Processes and Philosophy of EngineeringIntroductory
PHY10760 -  Physics and MaterialsIntroductory
If you have chosen Mathematics Pathway Option 1 (Standard Pathway), take MAT10001 -  Foundation Mathematics this sessionIntroductory
If you have chosen Mathematics Pathway Option 2 (Advanced Pathway), take MAT10720 -  Linear Algebra this sessionIntermediate
Year 1, Session 2
CHE00201 -  ChemistryIntroductory
ENG10758 -  Humanitarian Engineering ProjectIntroductory
ENG10757 -  Applied MechanicsIntroductory
If you have chosen Mathematics Pathway Option 1 (Standard Pathway), take MAT71215 -  Introductory Algebra and Calculus this sessionIntroductory
If you have chosen Mathematics Pathway Option 2 (Advanced Pathway), take MAT10719 -  Calculus this sessionIntermediate
Year 2, Session 1
GLY62001 -  Principles of Stormwater and Drainage ManagementIntermediate Note 1
ENG72002 -  Rainfall-Runoff ModellingIntermediate Note 1
GLY00201 -  Earth Systems I: The LithosphereIntroductory
If you have chosen Mathematics Pathway Option 1 (Standard Pathway), take MAT71003 -  Mathematics for Engineers and Scientists this sessionIntroductory
Year 2, Session 2
If you have chosen Mathematics Pathway Option 2 (Advanced Pathway), take MAT10721 -  Multivariate Calculus and Differential Equations this sessionAdvanced
ENG62002 -  Hydraulic Engineering FundamentalsIntermediate Note 1
ENG72004 -  Fluid DynamicsIntermediate Note 1
ENG20007 -  Engineering ComputationsIntermediate
Year 2, Session 3
ENV10655 -  Coastlines - Diversity, Dynamics and RisksIntermediate
ENO71001 -  Engineering Modelling and Experimentation IIntroductory Note 1
ENG72005 -  Engineering Modelling and Experimentation IIIntermediate Note 1
Year 3, Session 1
CHE00073 -  Environmental ChemistryIntermediate
ENG61004 -  Construction Materials - SoilsIntroductory Note 1
ENG63002 -  Soil Mechanics FundamentalsAdvanced Note 1
GLY73001 -  Coastal and Fluvial HydrodynamicsAdvanced
Depending on your major, take one of the following:
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the Coastal Geochemistry Major (subject to availability)
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the Coastal Zone Management Major (subject to availability)

The two half-weighted units ENG62003 -  Introduction to Solid Mechanics and ENG72003 -  Mechanics of Materials for the Infrastructure Design and Management MajorIntermediate
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the No Major option (subject to availability)
Year 3, Session 2
ENG30012 -  Water and Wastewater EngineeringAdvanced
AGR00215 -  Water and Catchment ManagementAdvanced
Depending on your major, take one of the following:
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the Coastal Geochemistry Major (subject to availability)
The unit PLN10001 -  Rural and Regional Planning for the Coastal Zone Management MajorIntroductory
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the Infrastructure Design and Management Major (subject to availability)
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the No Major option (subject to availability)
Year 3, Study Period 6
GLY82001 -  HydrogeologyIntermediate
ENG83001 -  Engineering for Resilient Catchments and FloodplainsAdvanced
Year 4, Study Period 1
ENG83002 -  Engineering in Dynamic Coastal EnvironmentsAdvanced
Year 4, Session 1
ENG40007 -  Engineering Project Management and Professional EthicsAdvanced
ENG40001 -  Engineering Thesis IAdvanced Note 4
Depending on your major, take one of the following:
The unit GLY00232 -  Coastal Biogeochemistry for the Coastal Geochemistry MajorIntermediate
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the Coastal Zone Management Major (subject to availability)
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the Infrastructure Design and Management Major (subject to availability)
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the No Major option (subject to availability)
Year 4, Session 2
ENG40005 -  Engineering Capstone ProjectAdvanced Note 2, Note 3
ENG40004 -  Engineering Thesis IIAdvanced Note 4
Depending on your major, take one of the following:
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the Coastal Geochemistry Major (subject to availability)
The unit BIO01230 -  Principles of Coastal Resource Management for the Coastal Zone Management MajorAdvanced
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the Infrastructure Design and Management Major (subject to availability)
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the No Major option (subject to availability)

TitleLevel of learningNote
Year 1, Session 2
CHE00201 -  ChemistryIntroductory
ENG10758 -  Humanitarian Engineering ProjectIntroductory
If you have chosen Mathematics Pathway Option 2 (Advanced Pathway), take

MAT10719 -  Calculus this session
Intermediate
Year 1, Session 3
ENV10655 -  Coastlines - Diversity, Dynamics and RisksIntermediate
Year 2, Session 1
GLY00201 -  Earth Systems I: The LithosphereIntroductory
PHY10760 -  Physics and MaterialsIntroductory
ENG10759 -  Processes and Philosophy of EngineeringIntroductory
If you have chosen Mathematics Pathway Option 1 (Standard Pathway), take MAT10001 -  Foundation Mathematics this sessionIntroductory
If you have chosen Mathematics Pathway Option 2 (Advanced Pathway), take MAT10720 -  Linear Algebra this sessionIntermediate
Year 2, Session 2
ENG10757 -  Applied MechanicsIntroductory
ENG62002 -  Hydraulic Engineering FundamentalsIntermediate Note 1
ENG72004 -  Fluid DynamicsIntermediate Note 1
If you have chosen Mathematics Pathway Option 1 (Standard Pathway), take MAT71215 -  Introductory Algebra and Calculus this sessionIntroductory
If you have chosen Mathematics Pathway Option 2 (Advanced Pathway), take MAT10721 -  Multivariate Calculus and Differential Equations this sessionAdvanced
Year 2, Session 3
ENO71001 -  Engineering Modelling and Experimentation IIntroductory Note 1
ENG72005 -  Engineering Modelling and Experimentation IIIntermediate Note 1
Year 3, Session 1
If you have chosen Mathematics Pathway Option 1 (Standard Pathway), take MAT71003 -  Mathematics for Engineers and Scientists this sessionIntroductory
ENG61004 -  Construction Materials - SoilsIntroductory Note 1
ENG63002 -  Soil Mechanics FundamentalsAdvanced Note 1
CHE00073 -  Environmental ChemistryIntermediate
SUR00201 -  Environmental MappingIntroductory
Year 3, Session 2
ENG20007 -  Engineering ComputationsIntermediate
ENG30012 -  Water and Wastewater EngineeringAdvanced
AGR00215 -  Water and Catchment ManagementAdvanced
Year 3, Session 3
GLY82001 -  HydrogeologyIntermediate
Year 4, Session 1
GLY62001 -  Principles of Stormwater and Drainage ManagementIntermediate Note 1
ENG72002 -  Rainfall-Runoff ModellingIntermediate Note 1
GLY73001 -  Coastal and Fluvial HydrodynamicsAdvanced
ENG40007 -  Engineering Project Management and Professional EthicsAdvanced
Depending on your major, take one of the following:
The unit GLY00232 -  Coastal Biogeochemistry for the Coastal Geochemistry MajorIntermediate
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the Coastal Zone Management Major (subject to availability)
The two half-weighted units ENG62003 -  Introduction to Solid Mechanics and ENG72003 -  Mechanics of Materials for the Infrastructure Design and Management MajorIntermediate
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the No Major (subject to availability)
Year 4, Session 2
Depending on your major, take one of the following:
Two single-weighted units or equivalent (24 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the Coastal Geochemistry Major (subject to availability))
The units PLN10001 -  Rural and Regional Planning AND BIO01230 -  Principles of Coastal Resource Management for the Coastal Zone Management MajorIntroductory
Two single-weighted units or equivalent (24 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the Infrastructure Design and Management Major (subject to availability)
Two single-weighted units or equivalent (24 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the No Major (subject to availability)
Year 4, Session 3
ENG83001 -  Engineering for Resilient Catchments and FloodplainsAdvanced
ENG83002 -  Engineering in Dynamic Coastal EnvironmentsAdvanced
ENG40001 -  Engineering Thesis IAdvanced Note 4
Year 5, Session 1
ENG40004 -  Engineering Thesis IIAdvanced Note 4
ENG40005 -  Engineering Capstone ProjectAdvanced Note 2, Note 3
Depending on your major, take one of the following:
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the Coastal Geochemistry Major (subject to availability)
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the Coastal Zone Management Major (subject to availability)
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the Infrastructure Design and Management Major (subject to availability)
One single-weighted unit or equivalent (12 credit points in total) from the electives listed for the No Major (subject to availability)


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: Students undertaking a major must complete a research project in Engineering Thesis I and Engineering Thesis II that is relevant to the major as approved by the Course Coordinator.

Unit groups

No Major

TitleLevel of learningNote
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:
ENG40005 -  Engineering Capstone ProjectAdvanced
ENG40001 -  Engineering Thesis IAdvanced
ENG40004 -  Engineering Thesis IIAdvanced
Choose four (4) single-weighted units or equivalent (a total of 48 credit points) from the following:
PLN10001 -  Rural and Regional PlanningIntroductory
ENG62003 -  Introduction to Solid MechanicsIntermediate Note 1
ENG72003 -  Mechanics of MaterialsIntermediate Note 1
GLY20001 -  Environmental Analysis: SolidsIntermediate
GLY20002 -  Environmental Analysis: AqueousIntermediate
GLY00232 -  Coastal BiogeochemistryIntermediate
AGR00214 -  Soil ProcessesIntermediate
GLY00223 -  Introduction to Geographic Information SystemsIntermediate
ECO00202 -  Ecological Economics for Sustainable DevelopmentIntermediate
ISY01224 -  Remote Sensing and Spatial AnalysisIntermediate
ENG61006 -  Tendering for Civil Construction ProjectsIntroductory Note 1
ENG61005 -  Cost Estimation, Monitoring and ControlIntroductory Note 1
GLY30001 -  Contamination Assessment and RemediationAdvanced
GLY30002 -  Phase Equilibria, Thermodynamics and KineticsAdvanced
AGT00217 -  Land Degradation and RehabilitationAdvanced
BIO10120 -  Marine Systems Science and ManagementAdvanced
ENG30004 -  Analysis and Computer Modelling of StructuresAdvanced
ENG30007 -  Geotechnical EngineeringAdvanced
BIO00244 -  Protected Area ManagementAdvanced
BIO01230 -  Principles of Coastal Resource ManagementAdvanced
BIO10125 -  Sustainable Use of the Marine EnvironmentAdvanced
BIO10126 -  Marine PollutionAdvanced
ENG30005 -  Design of Steel StructuresIntroductory
SUR73001 -  Drone Technology and UseAdvanced
MNG92100 -  Strategic Asset ManagementIntermediate

Mathematics Pathway Option 1 (Standard Pathway)

TitleLevel of learningNote
Students who have not completed NSW HSC Mathematics (2U) or QLD Maths B or equivalent must choose Option 1
Take all of 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)

TitleLevel of learningNote
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 all of the following three (3) units:
MAT10719 -  CalculusIntermediate
MAT10720 -  Calculus and Linear Algebra IIIntermediate
MAT10721 -  Multivariate Calculus and Differential EquationsAdvanced

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