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Engineering

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General information - explanation of common terms used by Deakin.

Important note: Before you are deemed eligible to graduate, you must complete at least 12 weeks of suitable practical experience during your program. Work experience would normally be gained during trimester 3 of the second or third study year. Further details are contained in the unit description for SEP490

S302 Bachelor of Engineering Science

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During your first year, you can choose a specialty:

  • Sports Technology - electrical
  • Sports Technology - mechanical
  • Medical 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 and 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.

S367 Bachelor of Engineering
[continuing students only]

Note: This course is for continuing students only, commencing prior to 2013. Information may assist with re-enrolment.
In this course, you will need to select a major sequence from both Engineering and Science. All units are core (compulsory) units.

A major sequence can be chosen from the following list:

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D372 Bachelor of Engineering / Bachelor of Science
[continuing students only]

Note: This course is for continuing students only, commencing prior to 2013. Information may assist with re-enrolment.
In this course, you will need to select a major sequence from both Engineering and Science. All units are core (compulsory) units.

Visit the Handbook links below for detailed information:

D373 Bachelor of Engineering / Bachelor of Commerce
[continuing students only]

Note: This course is for continuing students only, commencing prior to 2013. Information may assist with re-enrolment.
All units are core (compulsory) units.

Visit the Handbook links below for detailed information:

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

D375 Bachelor of Engineering / Bachelor of Information Technology
[continuing students only]

Note: This course is for continuing students only, commencing prior to 2013. Information may assist with re-enrolment.
All units are core (compulsory) units.

Visit the Handbook links below for detailed information:

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

If the course you require is not listed, please contact a course adviser


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