Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Students of this course will: Gain an advanced understanding of the specialisation (either network engineering or software engineering) including the principles to design, develop, operate and evaluate systems; demonstrate a conceptual and comprehensive understanding of mathematics, electronics and signal processing; design, implement and evaluate software engineering/network engineering projects which address contemporary and complex issues; distinguish which engineering principles are appropriate to use in the solution of complex technological (software/networking) problems; and creatively apply relevant theories and techniques of data communication networks or software engineering to the interpretation, analysis and solution of technological problems.
48 credit points
Standard entry requirements
- A 4 year Bachelor of Engineering degree or equivalent, or a 3 year bachelor degree accredited by Engineers Australia at Technologist level or equivalent. Or, graduates from the following University of Canberra degrees: Bachelor of Information Technology, 322AA
- Or Bachelor of Software Engineering, 560AA
- Or Bachelor of Science, 392AB with Major in Software Engineering or Network Engineering.
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