Bachelor of Engineering Systems (Honours)

2021 course information for Domestic Students
2021 course information for International Students

updated 6:02 AM on Wed, 29 September

Domestic snapshot

International snapshot

IELTS
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ATAR
70
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
3508001
Course abbreviation
BEngSys(Hons)
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

Are you curious about our world and what makes it work? This degree will prepare you to solve the biggest challenges facing civil, mechanical and coastal systems engineering.

The Bachelor of Engineering Systems (Honours) is designed to meet the requirements for accreditation at the level of Professional Engineer by Engineers Australia. Foundational core units build knowledge of the basic sciences, and the processes and philosophy that underpin the engineering profession.

You’ll then choose a specialisation to build discipline knowledge and technical skills in your chosen area with a strong emphasis on project-based learning.

The final year of the course contains a mixture of advanced core units and advanced discipline-specific units that are designed to build skills in independent investigation, critical thinking, creative problem solving, and ethical and professional behaviour. A 60-day professional placement ensures you are ready to hit the ground running as a graduate.

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.

Are you curious about our world and what makes it work? This degree will prepare you to solve the biggest challenges facing civil, mechanical and coastal systems engineering.

The Bachelor of Engineering Systems (Honours) is designed to meet the requirements for accreditation at the level of Professional Engineer by Engineers Australia. Foundational core units build knowledge of the basic sciences, and the processes and philosophy that underpin the engineering profession.

You’ll then choose a specialisation to build discipline knowledge and technical skills in your chosen area with a strong emphasis on project-based learning.

The final year of the course contains a mixture of advanced core units and advanced discipline-specific units that are designed to build skills in independent investigation, critical thinking, creative problem solving, and ethical and professional behaviour. A 60-day professional placement ensures you are ready to hit the ground running as a graduate.

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.

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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France FB11.5
German Abitur2.9
Hong Kong HKDSE15
India CBSE (best 4)10.0 external exam
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India Higher Secondary School Certificate (best 4)80 in academic
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International Baccalaureate26
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Korea, Republic of, CSAT303
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Nepal Proficiency Certificate88
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Pakistan HSSC Pre-Eng and Pre-Med streams32
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Phillipines NSAT92
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Saudi Arabia MESSLC88
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Spain SSSD8.8
Spain STBPU7.8
Sri Lanka GCE5
Sweden SSLC13.6
Taiwan GSAT57
Taiwan Senior High School Certificate90
Thailand CSE(Matayom 6) 2.2
Turkey HSD4.3
UK Board GCE A Levels14
USA SAT & ACTSAT 1460, ACT 21
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 in the Bachelor of Engineering Systems (Honours) will choose from one of the following specialisations:

  • Civil Engineering
    Students develop skills and knowledge 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.
  • Mechanical Engineering
    Students develop skills and knowledge in three main areas that cover all aspects of mechanical engineering, which are design and production systems, thermo-fluid mechanics and energy systems, and mechatronics and control systems.
  • Coastal Systems Engineering
    Students develop skills and knowledge in core areas that include coastal engineering and management, floodplain engineering and management, project management, hydraulic engineering, water and wastewater engineering, engineering geochemistry and hydrology.

Domestic students

LocationTeaching period
LismoreSession  1, Session  2
OnlineSession  1, Session  2

International students

LocationTeaching periodAnnual FeesCRICOS
LismoreSession  1, Session  2$32,000 ($4,000 per unit)0102158
 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.

Australian/Domestic students

Lismore
Online

International students studying in Australia

Lismore
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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 engineering problems relevant to the chosen field of engineering specialisation

Review, analyse, consolidate and synthesise engineering knowledge to identify and develop solutions to complex engineering problems relevant to the chosen field of engineering specialisation with intellectual independence

Conduct research relevant to the chosen field of engineering specialisation with some independence

Adapt and apply a broad contextual knowledge using highly developed technical, design and communication skills to devise innovative solutions to complex problems relevant to the chosen field of engineering specialisation

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 chosen field of engineering specialisation

Apply appropriate technical skills and demonstrate a detailed understanding of specialist bodies of knowledge related to the chosen field of engineering specialisation

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 the ability to develop new knowledge and apply it to solving problems related to the chosen field of engineering specialisation

Demonstrate the ability to work in teams with engineers and other professionals to solve problems related to the chosen field of engineering specialisation 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 engineering systems and practice


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, online activities and video-linked or podcast virtual classes. The method of teaching may vary from unit to unit.

Our online study option is highly interactive and strives to promote collaboration and a sense of community. Students may receive a combination of podcast or video-linked lectures, electronic study materials, workshops, online discussion forums and virtual classes. The method of teaching may vary from unit to unit.

Career opportunities

Graduates will have opportunities to work as professional engineers in the broad engineering disciplines of civil engineering, mechanical engineering or coastal systems engineering as follows:

  • Graduates from the Civil Engineering specialisation will be able to 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. Graduates majoring in Construction Engineering will have particular skills and expertise to ensure they are highly qualified for work as a professional engineering in the civil construction industry.
  • Graduates from the Mechanical Engineering specialisation have broad employment prospects in local and global markets, including both regional and metropolitan locations. They can work in diverse industries including heavy machinery, power generation, mining, manufacturing, production planning, automotive, aerospace, medical, environment, building industries and consumer product design and tertiary education. Mechanical engineers are in demand in government departments, building services, manufacturing centres, power plants, consulting engineering companies, ship building, railroads, control and automation industries, robotics industries, heating ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) engineering industries.
  • Graduates from the Coastal Systems Engineering specialisation will be able to work in water resource and/or environmental engineering roles 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

This course and all specialisations are accredited or provisionally accredited by Engineers Australia. 

Civil Engineering specialisation
This specialisation has full accreditation from Engineers Australia at the level of Professional Engineer.

Mechanical Engineering specialisation
This specialisation has provisional accreditation from Engineers Australia and will be assessed for full accreditation in 2021.

Coastal Systems Engineering specialisation
This specialisation has provisional accreditation from Engineers Australia and will be assessed for full accreditation in 2022.

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Domestic future
students

Call 1800 626 481 during business hours.

International future
students

Call +61 2 6620 3876 during business hours.

Current
students

Email: enquiry@scu.edu.au
Call 1800 005 687 during business hours.


Course requirements

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

Honours

All students successfully completing this course will be awarded Honours. Additionally, a student 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 student’s academic record throughout the course of study, as described on the Engineering Student Centre website.


Course structure


Schedule of units

Unit CodeUnit TitleNotes

Unit CodeUnit TitleNotes
CIVL1003Processes and Philosophy of Engineering
PHYS1003Physics
CHEM1001Chemistry
CIVL1001Applied Mechanics
MATH2003Calculus and Linear Algebra I
MATH3003Computational Analysis
ENGN1002Engineering Modelling and Experimentation I Note 1
ENGN2004Engineering Modelling and Experimentation II Note 1
CIVL2010Hydraulic Engineering Fundamentals Note 1
CIVL2017Fluid Dynamics Note 1
ENGN4004Engineering Project Management and Professional Ethics
ENGN4003Engineering Capstone Project Note 2
ENGN4001Engineering Thesis I Note 3
ENGN4002Engineering Thesis II Note 3

Mathematics Pathways

Choose one of the following Mathematics Pathway Options:

Mathematics Pathway Option 1 (Standard Pathway)

You must choose this option if you have not completed NSW HSC Mathematics (2U) or QLD Maths B or equivalent
Take all of the following two (2) units:
MATH1001Foundation Mathematics
MATH1005Introductory Algebra and Calculus

Mathematics Pathway option 2 (Advanced Pathway)

This option is only available if you 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 two (2) units:
MATH2002Calculus and Linear Algebra II
MATH3001Multivariate Calculus and Differential Equations

Specialisations

Unit CodeUnit TitleNotes
CIVL1012Introduction to Computer Aided Design and Drafting Note 1
CIVL1013Computer Aided Design Applications Note 1
CIVL2011Introduction to Solid Mechanics Note 1
CIVL2015Mechanics of Materials Note 1
ENVR2010Principles of Stormwater and Drainage Management Note 1
CIVL3007Hydraulic Design and Modelling Note 1
CIVL1007Construction Materials - Concrete Note 1
CIVL2013Concrete Structures Fundamentals Note 1
CIVL1008Construction Materials - Soils Note 1
CIVL2014Soil Mechanics Fundamentals Note 1
CIVL1009Cost Estimation, Monitoring and Control Note 1
CIVL1010Tendering for Civil Construction Projects Note 1
GENG1002Surveying Fundamentals Note 1
CIVL1011Road and Pavement Design Note 1
CIVL1002Humanitarian Projects Note 4
MECH3003Finite Element Method and Fracture Mechanics Note 5
CIVL3002Analysis and Computer Modelling of Structures
CIVL3003Geotechnical Engineering
CIVL3005Water and Wastewater Engineering
CIVL4001Design of Steel Structures
CIVL2008Traffic and Road Safety Engineering
CIVL3008Advanced Structural and Building Design
Choose any two (2) elective units from a different specialisation or from the list of Electives

Construction Engineering Pathway

This option is only available if you have completed the Associate Degree of Civil Construction (Engineering and Management) at Southern Cross University
You may choose the following two (2) units instead of CIVL1002 Humanitarian Projects:
CIVL2009Civil Construction Career Development Note 1
CIVL3006The Diverse Civil Construction Workplace Note 1
You may choose the following two (2) units instead of MECH3003 Finite Element Method and Fracture Mechanics:
CIVL1005Construction Site Safety and Risk Management Note 1
CIVL1006Civil Construction Planning and Compliance Note 1

Unit CodeUnit TitleNotes
CIVL1012Introduction to Computer Aided Design and Drafting Note 1
CIVL1013Computer Aided Design Applications Note 1
CIVL2011Introduction to Solid Mechanics Note 1
CIVL2015Mechanics of Materials Note 1
CIVL1002Humanitarian Projects
MECH2001Dynamics
MECH2002Introduction to Mechanical Design and Manufacturing
MECH3006Thermodynamics
MECH3002Machine Element Design
MECH3001Dynamics of Machines
MECH3003Finite Element Method and Fracture Mechanics
MECH3004Electro-Mechanical and Robotics Technology
MECH3007Thermal Engineering
CIVL3002Analysis and Computer Modelling of Structures
MECH4003Modern Internal Combustion Engines
MECH4002Mechanical Systems Design
MECH4004Control Systems and Automation
Choose any two (2) elective units from a different specialisation or from the list of Electives

Unit CodeUnit TitleNotes
ENVR2010Principles of Stormwater and Drainage Management Note 1
CIVL2016Rainfall-Runoff Modelling Note 1
CIVL1008Construction Materials - Soils Note 1
CIVL2014Soil Mechanics Fundamentals Note 1
CIVL1002Humanitarian Projects
GENG1003Geographic Information Systems I: Mapping
CHEM2001Environmental Chemistry
ERTH3001Coastal and Fluvial Hydrodynamics
CIVL3005Water and Wastewater Engineering
ERTH4001Hydrogeology
ENGN4005Engineering for Resilient Catchments and Floodplains
ENGN4006Engineering in Dynamic Coastal Environments
ERTH2002Ecosystem Regeneration
SCIN1004Earth Systems
ERTH2003Aquatic Pollution and Catchment Management
Choose any four (4) elective units from a different specialisation or from the list of Electives

Unit CodeUnit TitleNotes
ENVR3004Protected Area Management
MRNE3004Sustainable Use of the Marine Environment
ENVR2003Ecological Economics for Sustainable Development
CIVL2007Waste Technology
FORS2001Fire Ecology and Management
FORS2007Product Development and Marketing
FORS2005Wood Science and Utilisation
MGMT1001Managing Organisations
BUSN3002Sustainable Business Management
PROJ5006Strategic Asset Management
PLAN2001Land and Development Economics
PLAN2002Settlements and Urban Design
CIVL1005Construction Site Safety and Risk Management Note 1
CIVL1006Civil Construction Planning and Compliance Note 1
ENGN1001Environmental Sustainability in Construction Note 1
CIVL2012Introduction to 3D Computer Aided Design Note 1
POLT2002Local Government
ISY00245Principles of Programming
PROG1001Programming I
PROG2007Programming II
SOIL2001Soil Processes
ENVR3009Biogeochemistry
GENG3001Drone Technology and Spatial Analysis
MRNE1001Marine Science and Management
ERTH2003Aquatic Pollution and Catchment Management
GENG1003Geographic Information Systems I: Mapping
FORS2010Forest Operations and Technology


Course progressions

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

Unit CodeUnit TitleAvailableNotes

Year 1

Session 1

Mathematics Pathway Option 1 (Standard Pathway)

You must choose this option if you have not completed NSW HSC Mathematics (2U) or QLD Maths B or equivalent MATH1001 -  Foundation Mathematics
OR Mathematics Pathway option 2 (Advanced Pathway)

This option is only available if you have completed NSW HSC Mathematics (2U) or QLD Maths B or equivalent and with to undertake more advanced mathematics study MATH2003 -  Calculus and Linear Algebra I

Study Period 2

CIVL1003Processes and Philosophy of Engineering
Study Period2
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Study Period2
N/A
Online
Study Period2
N/A
CIVL1012Introduction to Computer Aided Design and Drafting
Study Period2,4
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Study Period2
Study Period2
Online
Study Period2,4
Study Period4

Study Period 3

PHYS1003Physics
Study Period3
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Study Period3
Study Period3
Online
Study Period3
Study Period3

Session 2

Mathematics Pathway Option 1 (Standard Pathway) You must choose this option if you have not completed NSW HSC Mathematics (2U) or QLD Maths B or equivalent MATH1005 -  Introductory Algebra and Calculus
OR Mathematics Pathway option 2 (Advanced Pathway) This option is only available if you have completed NSW HSC Mathematics (2U) or QLD Maths B or equivalent and with to undertake more advanced mathematics study MATH2002 -  Calculus and Linear Algebra II
CHEM1001Chemistry
Session2
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Session2
Session2
National Marine Science Centre Coffs Harbour
Session2
Session2
Online
Session2
Session2
Enrolment informationThere will be a THREE day compulsory residential for Online students that will be held on the Lismore campus. Please refer to http://scu.edu.au/timetables for further information on timetables. You may need to register your preference for either a Week 7 or Week 8 residential, instructions on how to achieve this registration will be found on the teaching Blackboard software site of MySCU.

Study Period 5

CIVL1002Humanitarian Projects
Study Period5
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Study Period5
Study Period5
Online
Study Period5
Study Period5
CIVL1013Computer Aided Design Applications
Study Period3,5
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Study Period3
Study Period3
Online
Study Period3,5
Study Period3,5
Pre-requisitesCIVL1012 - Introduction to Computer Aided Design and Drafting

Study Period 6

ENGN1002Engineering Modelling and Experimentation I
Study Period6
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Study Period6
Study Period6
Online
Study Period6
N/A

Unit CodeUnit TitleAvailableNotes

Year 1

Session 1

Mathematics Pathway Option 1 (Standard Pathway) You must choose this option if you have not completed NSW HSC Mathematics (2U) or QLD Maths B or equivalent MATH1001 -  Foundation Mathematics
OR Mathematics Pathway option 2 (Advanced Pathway) This option is only available if you have completed NSW HSC Mathematics (2U) or QLD Maths B or equivalent and with to undertake more advanced mathematics study MATH2003 -  Calculus and Linear Algebra I

Study Period 2

CIVL1003Processes and Philosophy of Engineering
Study Period2
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Study Period2
N/A
Online
Study Period2
N/A
CIVL1012Introduction to Computer Aided Design and Drafting
Study Period2,4
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Study Period2
Study Period2
Online
Study Period2,4
Study Period4

Study Period 3

PHYS1003Physics
Study Period3
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Study Period3
Study Period3
Online
Study Period3
Study Period3

Session 2

Mathematics Pathway Option 1 (Standard Pathway) You must choose this option if you have not completed NSW HSC Mathematics (2U) or QLD Maths B or equivalent MATH1005 -  Introductory Algebra and Calculus
OR Mathematics Pathway option 2 (Advanced Pathway) This option is only available if you have completed NSW HSC Mathematics (2U) or QLD Maths B or equivalent and with to undertake more advanced mathematics study MATH2002 -  Calculus and Linear Algebra II
CHEM1001Chemistry
Session2
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Session2
Session2
National Marine Science Centre Coffs Harbour
Session2
Session2
Online
Session2
Session2
Enrolment informationThere will be a THREE day compulsory residential for Online students that will be held on the Lismore campus. Please refer to http://scu.edu.au/timetables for further information on timetables. You may need to register your preference for either a Week 7 or Week 8 residential, instructions on how to achieve this registration will be found on the teaching Blackboard software site of MySCU.

Study Period 5

CIVL1002Humanitarian Projects
Study Period5
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Study Period5
Study Period5
Online
Study Period5
Study Period5
CIVL1013Computer Aided Design Applications
Study Period3,5
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Study Period3
Study Period3
Online
Study Period3,5
Study Period3,5
Pre-requisitesCIVL1012 - Introduction to Computer Aided Design and Drafting

Study Period 6

ENGN1002Engineering Modelling and Experimentation I
Study Period6
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Study Period6
Study Period6
Online
Study Period6
N/A

Unit CodeUnit TitleAvailableNotes

Year 1

Session 1

Mathematics Pathway Option 1 (Standard Pathway) You must choose this option if you have not completed NSW HSC Mathematics (2U) or QLD Maths B or equivalent MATH1001 -  Foundation Mathematics
OR Mathematics Pathway option 2 (Advanced Pathway) This option is only available if you have completed NSW HSC Mathematics (2U) or QLD Maths B or equivalent and with to undertake more advanced mathematics study MATH2003 -  Calculus and Linear Algebra I

Study Period 2

CIVL1003Processes and Philosophy of Engineering
Study Period2
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Study Period2
N/A
Online
Study Period2
N/A
ENVR2010Principles of Stormwater and Drainage Management
Study Period2
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Study Period2
Study Period2
Online
Study Period2
N/A
Pre-requisitesMATH1001 - Foundation Mathematics OR MATH2002 - Calculus and Linear Algebra II

Study Period 3

PHYS1003Physics
Study Period3
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Study Period3
Study Period3
Online
Study Period3
Study Period3

Session 2

Mathematics Pathway Option 1 (Standard Pathway) You must choose this option if you have not completed NSW HSC Mathematics (2U) or QLD Maths B or equivalent MATH1005 -  Introductory Algebra and Calculus
OR Mathematics Pathway option 2 (Advanced Pathway) This option is only available if you have completed NSW HSC Mathematics (2U) or QLD Maths B or equivalent and with to undertake more advanced mathematics study MATH2002 -  Calculus and Linear Algebra II
CHEM1001Chemistry
Session2
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Session2
Session2
National Marine Science Centre Coffs Harbour
Session2
Session2
Online
Session2
Session2
Enrolment informationThere will be a THREE day compulsory residential for Online students that will be held on the Lismore campus. Please refer to http://scu.edu.au/timetables for further information on timetables. You may need to register your preference for either a Week 7 or Week 8 residential, instructions on how to achieve this registration will be found on the teaching Blackboard software site of MySCU.
CIVL1001Applied Mechanics
Study Period4
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Study Period4
Study Period4
Online
Study Period4
N/A

Study Period 5

CIVL1002Humanitarian Projects
Study Period5
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Study Period5
Study Period5
Online
Study Period5
Study Period5

Study Period 6

ENGN1002Engineering Modelling and Experimentation I
Study Period6
LocationDomesticInternational
Lismore
Study Period6
Study Period6
Online
Study Period6
N/A


Notes

Note 1: Half-weighted unit
Note 2: Double-weighted unit
Note 3: Students must complete a research project in Engineering Thesis I and Engineering Thesis II that is relevant to their chosen specialisation as approved by the Course Coordinator
Note 4: Students who have completed the Associate Degree of Civil Construction (Engineering and Management) at Southern Cross University may choose CIVL2009 Civil Construction Career Development and CIVL3006 The Diverse Civil Construction Workplace instead of CIVL1002 Humanitarian Engineering Project
Note 5: Students who have completed the Associate Degree of Civil Construction (Engineering and Management) at Southern Cross University may choose CIVL1005 Construction Site Safety and Risk Management and CIVL1006 Civil Construction Planning and Compliance instead of MECH3003 Finite Element Method and Fracture Mechanics

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