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Mechanical - unit set code MJ-S000039

Product development and innovation are key drivers for Australian industry. To meet this need, Deakin's mechanical engineering degree brings together leading computer-aided engineering technologies and advanced materials to provide one of the most relevant mechanical engineering degrees in Australia. The automotive industry, in particular, has been involved in the design of the degree, and graduates can look forward to a high level of employment in this industry and supplier companies, as well as other leading manufacturing and design companies. The degree draws heavily on Deakin's world-class research teams in automotive engineering and advanced materials, with a practical problem solving approach that includes an opportunity to work on the Formula Society of Automotive Engineering (FSAE) race car, designed and built by our degree students. Along the way, students will develop project management, communication and financial management skills, as well as a solid understanding of product and process modelling and designing for sustainability.

 

Level 1

Trimester 1

SEB121 Engineering Practice  

SED102 Engineering Graphics and CAD  

SEP101 Engineering Physics  

SIT199 Applied Algebra and Statistics  

SEE010 Safety Induction Program  

 

Note: SEE010 is a 0 credit safety induction unit.

 

Trimester 2

SEE103 Electrical Systems  

SEM111 Engineering Materials 1  

SIT172 Programming for Engineers  

SIT194 Introduction to Mathematical Modelling  

 

Level 2

Trimester 1

SEM218 Mechanics of Fluids  

SEM212 Materials 2  

SEM223 Engineering Mechanics  

SEP291 Engineering Modelling  

 

Trimester 2

SEB223 The Professional Environment for Engineers and Scientists  

SED202 Mechanical Design and CAM  

SEM314 Principles of Thermodynamics  

SEM222 Stress Analysis  

 

Level 3

Trimester 1

SEE321 Electro-Mechanical Systems  

SED302 Computer Aided Engineering  

SEM327 Dynamics of Machines  

SEM329 Materials Selection and Performance  

 

Trimester 2

SEB324 Project Management  

SEE344 Control Engineering  

SEM313 Manufacturing Technology  

SEM422 Advanced Stress Analysis  

 

 

Level 4

Trimester 1

SEJ441 Engineering Project A  

SEM405 Heat Transfer  

SEM406 Modelling and Simulation  

Engineering elective

 

Trimester 2

SED402 Advanced Design Methodologies  

SEJ446 Engineering Project B  (2cps)

SEP490 Engineering Work Experience  

Engineering elective

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

 

 

Highly recommended electives:

SET401 Advanced Topics in Engineering 1  

SET402 Advanced Topics in Engineering 2  

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