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ENEG12006 Engineering Design & Management Implementation

Course details

In this course students should be able to apply project management techniques to conceptual design of engineering projects. They reflect on project activities and continue to develop and describe their personal framework for engineering design and project management. Students design or select components and elements required for a project and develop a detailed project design consistent with Australian Standards and current engineering practice given a conceptual design and client approved project specifications. They model and evaluate the detailed design and demonstrate and justify the incorporation of a systems approach to design activities based on a broad sustainability framework. Students identify, justify and apply the technical knowledge and skills required to successfully complete an engineering project, and produce professional and technically competent project management and design documentation. Students prepare a portfolio to demonstrate development of a professional attitude, problem-solving skills, technical knowledge and productive work practices, and they provide evidence of a professional capacity to communicate, work and learn productively, both individually and in teams. The learning outcomes associated with the implementation of the design are satisfactorily achieved through a compulsory residential school.


Course at a glance
Career: Undergraduate
Credit points: 12
Requisites: Prereq: ENEG12004 Eng Design & Mgmt Plan & (ENEC12007 Anal of Struct OR ENEE12014 Elect Circuit Anal OR ENEM12007 Statics & Dynamics) & ENEG12005 Materials Science & Engin (Flex) Co-req: ENEG12005 Materials Science & Engin (Internal)
Student Contribution Band: 2
EFTSL: 0.25000
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2012 Term Two FLEX GLD MKY ROK
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