Bachelor of Engineering - Electrical and Sports Engineering (Honours)

Victoria University (VU)

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00124K

Students will contribute to the latest arenas where technological innovation is the key to winning! The Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Sport) degree answers the industry's latest demand for electrical engineers that understand human user requirements, can design next generation electronic solutions for sports and health applications, and can confidently analyse data to provide the winning edge. Graduates of this course are professional Electrical Engineers who may find careers in traditional electrical engineering areas such as (not limited to) the design and manage communications infrastructure (telephones, radio, TV and the Internet); design and program microprocessor based embedded systems for use within a wide range of applications and industries; manage large industrial manufacturing plants, substations, and electricity generation and distribution; design solutions for power distribution, management and smart networks. A passion for sports and healthcare and degree specialization would allow students to work in areas such as - design electronic solutions required by sports applications; design wearable electronic systems for sports and health, and; analyse data generated by real time systems. This degree program encourages students to strongly engage with our industry network of local and international academic institutions (US, UK, France, Germany and China), local sports associations (Australian Institute of Sports, Victorian Institute of Sports) and local sports businesses e.g. Racesafe Australia, Ventou Sports, and Autocoach Pty Ltd. Engagement will be in the form of projects embedded throughout the course, final year capstone projects and work experience/internships. International study tours are frequently undertaken for local students to go overseas and participate in a 2-3 week workshop focused on specific engineering problems.

Structure

  • 384 credit points
  • 8 First Year Core units
  • 24 Professional Core Engineering units.

Subjects

  • Engineering Mathematics
  • Engineering Physics
  • Introduction to Engineering Design
  • Electrical Circuits
  • Computer Systems
  • Linear Systems with Matlab Applications
  • plus more

Standard entry requirements

Completion of an Australian Senior Secondary Certificate (VCE or equivalent) including Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or 20 in any other English AND a study score of 20 in any Mathematics. Completion of an Australian Senior Secondary Certificate (VCE or equivalent) including at least one of the following subjects: Mathematics OR Completion of an Australian Diploma or Advanced Diploma (or equivalent) PLUS IELTS (or equivalent): Overall score of 6 with no band less than 6.0 Completion of a cognate (similar discipline) Australian Diploma or Advanced Diploma (or equivalent) will be granted advanced standing of a maximum of 96 credit points (Diploma) or 144 credit points (Advanced Diploma). OR Completion of a non-cognate (not similar) Australian (or equivalent) Diploma or Advanced Diploma will be granted advanced standing on a case by case basis. Applicants with relevant work, education and/or community experience will be considered for admission to the course.

Study pathways

VET applicants will be considered and pathways are available from a range of VET courses.

Study information

Campus Fees Mid year intake Attendance
Footscray Park International: $114,400 No No information available

Further information

First Class Honours: To be eligible for completion with First Class Honours student must achieve: A minimum weighted average of 60% over year levels 1 to 3; A minimum weighted average of 80% in year level 4; A HD grade for the final year Capstone Project 2 unit.

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