Technology units

University of Tasmania
Technology Units - 1996


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Bachelor of Technology



AEB120 Bridging Course for Technologists

Is a mathematics bridging course which enables students without TCE mathematics stage 2 to enrol in Mathematics A (KXA161) as an external student. The program of study is an intensive one before the beginning of semester 1, with additional work during the semester.

Special notes
teaching staff
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [10%]
teaching pattern pre-sem 1 and sem 1 - 4 hrs a day for 2 weeks prior to sem 1, and 2x1-hour tutorials a week (13 weeks)
prerequisites TCE Mathematics Applied (MT730) and TCE Applied Science - Physical Science (SC786) or satisfactory alternatives approved by the Academic Dean of the Faculty of Engineering & Surveying
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment continuous assessment throughout the unit.
required texts, etc
recommended reading
Course: Bachelor of Technology (Electronics & Computers) (N3G)







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AEB135 Introduction to Engineering

Has the same content as components (a) and (b) of ACM100. The laboratory work and assignments will be different in order to reflect the philosophy of the unit.

Special notes
teaching staff
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [24%]
teaching pattern full year - 3x1-hour lectures and a tutorial a week (26 weeks) and 16x3-hour laboratory sessions
prerequisites TCE Mathematics Stage 2 and TCE Physics (or HSC equiv) or AEB120 as corequisite or satisfactory alternatives approved by the Academic Dean
corequisites
mutual exclusions ACM100/110/190 and AEA132
method of assessment exam and in-semester test (80%), practicals (20%)
required texts, etc
Rizzoni G, Principles of Electrical Engineering,  Irwin.
Halliday D and Resnick R, Fundamentals of Physics,  ISE extended 4th edn, Wiley & Sons.

recommended reading
Course: Bachelor of Technology (Electronics & Computers) (N3G)

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