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Unit Code Unit Title
First Examination (Year 1)
Subjects undertaken at TAFE:
33-233 Applied Mechanics
40-131 Engineering Drawing 1
40-555 Introductory Computing
40-576 Properties & Testing of Materials
35-134 E.E. Calculus 1
40-587 Engineering Mechanics
35-374 Introductory Electronics
35-145 E.E. Calculus 2
40-132 Engineering Drawing 2
33-512 Structures 1
40-624 Fluid Mechanics
42-617 Computer Aided Drafting
Second Examination (Year 2)
Subjects undertaken at TAFE (38% load)
42-628 Computer Aided Drafting Project
40-717 Applied Energy Systems
40-657 Mechanical Design 1

Unit Code Unit Title Semester Weight
Subjects undertaken at University (62% load)
ACC213 Structural Mechanics 1 [2] 9
ACM190 Engineering Fundamentals for Technologists (component b of ACM100) [2] 10
ACM216 Materials and Manufacturing [fy] 13.5
AEA361 Accounting and Economics for Engineers [1] 4.5
KMA102 Calculus & Linear Algebra 1 [fy] 25
Alternatively
KXA161 Mathematics A (Eng)
Third Examination (Year 3)
ACM240 Engineering Mechanics [2] 9
ACC362 Project Management and Organisation [2] 4.5
ACM390 Manufacturing Design Project [fy] 21.5
AEA461 Business Strategies and Marketing for Engineers [1] 6
ACM462 Engineering Management and Law [1] 6
KME280 Engineering Mathematics for Technologists [2] 8
Plus five of the following units:
ACM301 Engineering Dynamics [1] 9
ACM316 Manufacturing and Quality Control< [1] 9
ACM391 Operations Management [fy] 9
ACM392 Industrial Design [fy] 9
ACM393 Occupational Health & Safety [fy] 9
ACM394 Noise Control (half ACM305 plus other) [2] 9
ACM475 Advanced Manufacturing [2] 9
AEA203 Machines and Transformers [2] 9




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