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Materials Science and Engineering(Honours)/Commerce

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96.30 ATAR 2017
5.5YEARS
KENSINGTON CAMPUS
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INTAKE S1 & S2
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This degree is for potential engineers in the fields of physical metallurgy, materials engineering, ceramic engineering or process metallurgy who want to become skilled in technical management and more aware of economic and social aspects of the engineering profession.

A diverse range of career options is available to those who successfully complete this dual degree. Many engineers often progress to technical management roles. With this degree you are ahead of the rest with not only the engineering skills, but also the business acumen. This is a five and a half year program. The Bachelor of Engineering components include lectures, practical hands-on laboratory work, research and design projects and industrial training. Commerce courses are introduced in second year. 

Accreditation: This degree is accredited with the Institute of Engineers Australia.

Assumed knowledge 
HSC Mathematics Extension 1 and Physics
Recommended knowledge
Mathematics Extension 2, Chemistry and Engineering Studies are recommended but not required

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Program Code: 

3134

UAC Code: 

429610

CRICOS Code: 

088870D

Award Level: 

  • Bachelor Degree

Award: 

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Materials Science and Engineering, Bachelor of Commerce

Minimum Units Of Credit for Award: 

264
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