This subject will further develop the student engineers' identity through a team-based session-long practical project. Student engineers will deliver workable engineering solutions to real world problems sourced from community clients. Student engineers are to apply engineering fundamental principles, methods and tools when formulating the solutions. Skills in the following aspects, but not limited to, will be further enhanced beyond what has been introduced in ENG160, ENG161 and ENG162: project management, designing, researching, implementing, teamwork, communication, and offering and receiving feedback. This subject offers student engineers opportunities to practice and reflect upon their practice as engineers, both individually and in groups. This subject serves as a bridging pathway for student engineers to embark on their first work placements.
Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences
Restricted to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Technology (Civil Systems) /Masters of Engineering(Civil Systems); Bachelor of Technology (Civil Systems ) and Diploma of Engineering Studies.
ENG162 and ENG160 and ENG161
The information contained in the CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: January 2020. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.