Type of institution: Higher Education Institutions
Engineering is the practical application of the sciences and how to use physics to build structures; how to use maths in oil and gas installations; how computer programming can make a robot come to life; and more. The Diploma of Engineering will introduce students to a range of subjects leading to second year of the engineering degrees offered at La Trobe University. The course is practical and hands-on. All of La Trobe University's engineering degrees are accredited by Engineers Australia and include work placement in a range of fields. Depending on the chosen degree students will develop skills in a number of core areas like biomedical engineering, communication engineering, electronic and electrical systems, sustainability in energy production, automotive engineering, the application of technology in modern medicine, project management of large-scale projects, sustainable infrastructure, water resources, civil construction, surveying and computer-aided design.
- Students will undertake 8 core subjects including: Programming for Engineers and Scientists
- Introduction to Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Computer Aided Design
- Engineering Design and Problem Solving
- Mechanics of Solids
- Calculus and Different Equations
- Number Systems and Linear Algebra
Standard entry requirements
ATAR of 50 plus Maths Methonds and one of Specialist Maths or Physics
Students will be able to progress into second year of: Bachelor of Engineering (Honours); Bachelor of Science. Both courses require weighted average mark of 60.
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