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Mechanical with Business

Specialisation (formal)Year: 2017

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Overview

Mechanical engineers focus on turning energy into power and motion. More specifically, this specialisation looks at the generation, conversion and use of energy, as well as the design, construction and operation of devices and systems. Students in this course learn from staff with world-leading expertise in fluid mechanics, turbulence, thermodynamics, control and biomechanics, and have the chance to undertake an industry project that is both research and industrially based. Group activities and site visits help to consolidate theoretical knowledge and prepare students to undertake careers in fields from automotive design and manufacturing to software programming; and in non-engineering roles in organisations such as banks and consulting firms.

Learning outcomes

To produce graduates who are skilled in mechanical engineering principles and have the ability to apply them to complex, open-ended engineering tasks and problems.

Notes

Note: Credit may not be obtained for both ENGR30001 Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics/ENGR30002 Fluid Mechanics and MCEN30018 Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics, OR for MCEN90010 Finance & HR for Engineers and ENGM90011 Economic Analysis for Engineers.

Last updated: 07 April 2017