Engineering course planning

Below is course information and sample course maps to help assist planning your study and enrolment in Engineering courses.

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If the course you are searching for is not listed below, you would like assistance and support with planning your studies or have an enrolment query, please contact one of our course advisers by phone, email or in person at one of our campus locations.

For an explanation of commonly used terms at Deakin, please visit general information and terms.

Undergraduate courses

Important note for undergraduate students: Before you are deemed eligible to graduate, you must complete at least 12 weeks of suitable practical experience. Work experience would normally be gained during Trimester 3 of the second or third year of study. Please refer to the unit SEP490 for further details.

(NEW) S307 Bachelor of Design Technology

S460 Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours)

Note: A professional practice unit is compulsory at each year level.

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Cloud (online) students: Please consult the handbook (attendance requirements) to ensure you meet your course requirements to be deemed eligible to graduate.

S461 Bachelor of Electrical of Electronics Engineering (Honours)

Note: A professional practice unit is compulsory at each year level.

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Cloud (online) students: Please consult the handbook (attendance requirements) to ensure you meet your course requirements to be deemed eligible to graduate.

S462 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours)

Note: A professional practice unit is compulsory at each year level.

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Cloud (online) students: Please consult the handbook (attendance requirements) to ensure you meet your course requirements to be deemed eligible to graduate.

S463 Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering (Honours)

Note: A professional practice unit is compulsory at each year level.

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Cloud (online) students: Please consult the handbook (attendance requirements) to ensure you meet your course requirements to be deemed eligible to graduate.

Postgraduate Courses

S750 Master of Engineering

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A sample course map is available to help guide you in your unit selections

S751 Master of Engineering (Professional)

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A sample course map is available to help guide you in your unit selections

Continuing students only

S302 Bachelor of Engineering Science

Note: There will be no intake into this course in 2015.

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During your first year, you can choose a specialty:

  • Sports Technology - electrical
  • Sports Technology - mechanical
  • Medical Technology

S367 Bachelor of Engineering

D372 Bachelor of Engineering / Bachelor of Science

Note: There will be no intake into this course in 2015.

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View the course overview for more information on major sequence selection options.

D373 Bachelor of Engineering / Bachelor of Commerce

Note: There will be no intake into this course in 2015.

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View the course overview for more information on major sequence selection options.

D375 Bachelor of Engineering / Bachelor of Information Technology

Note: There will be no intake into this course in 2015.

Visit the Handbook links below for detailed information:

View the course overview for more information on major sequence selection options.

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