Bachelor of Engineering

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Electrical and Electronics - unit set code MJ-S000053

Electrical and electronic engineers are responsible for the design, construction, protection, and project management of power generation, distribution, transmission, scheduling and usage, automation and control.

This program covers the broad areas of electrical and electronic engineering disciplines including renewable electrical power generation, smart distribution, urban, industrial, rural and regional power usage, the role of energy production and efficiency in climate change This course has been designed to attract students who can be trained to fulfil the shortage of electrical and electronic engineers. It also is designed to encourage responsible use of electrical power in a changing climate. Students learn and practice on industry standard tools in world class facilities. The program also has strong links with the electrical and renewable energy engineering industry providing students a true professional engineering practice.

Level 1

Trimester 1

SEB121Engineering Practice

SEB101Engineering Physics ^

SIT199Applied Algebra and Statistics

SED102Engineering Graphics and CAD

SEE010Safety Induction Program *

* SEE010 is a 0 credit point safety induction unit

^  SEB101 replaces SEP101 from 2016

Trimester 2

SEE103Electrical Systems

SEM111Engineering Materials 1

SIT194Introduction to Mathematical Modelling

SIT172Programming for Engineers

Level 2

Trimester 1

SEP291Engineering Modelling

SEE207Power Engineering Design

SEE202Digital Electronics

SEE206Measurement and Instrumentation

Trimester 2

SEB223The Professional Environment for Engineers and Scientists

SEE215Unit description is currently unavailable

SEE205Analogue Electronics

SEE208Modern Power Generation Systems Design

Level 3

Trimester 1

SEE307Systems and Signals

SEE321Electro-Mechanical Systems

SEE320Microcontroller System Design

SEE309Power Systems Protection and Relaying

Trimester 2

SEB324Project Management

SEE308Electrical Machines and Drives

SEE344Control Systems

SEE312Data Communication

Level 4

Trimester 1

SEJ441Engineering Project A

SEE405Smart Generation and Transmission

SEE406Power System Analysis



Engineering elective

Trimester 2

SEJ446Engineering Project B (2cps)

SEE412Industrial Data Communication

SEP490Engineering Work Experience

Engineering elective

Note: SEP490 - 0 credit points, available in trimester 1, 2 and 3

Highly recommended elective:

SET401Advanced Topics in Engineering 1

SET402Advanced Topics in Engineering 2

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