Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic) (Honours) - University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia

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Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic) (Honours)

Help engineer the future

Forget about robots coming to take your job – instead, make it your job to design the robots and automated systems of the future. Mechatronics is an exciting field that combines the best of mechanical, electrical and electronic and computer engineering to create new technologies and constantly improve the systems around us. With automation set to play an increasing role in almost every product and industry, this degree will give you skills that are in demand and future-proof your engineering career.

Study location
  • Moreton Bay^
CRICOS code
0100795
Commence
Semester 1
Program length (full-time)
4 years full time or equivalent part time
Annual tuition fee 2020
A$29,600
Estimated total tuition fee *
A$118,400
Footnotes
  • Only a full-time option is available to international students on a Student visa. Online programs are not available to Student visa holders.
  • * Estimated tuition fees are based on 2020 rates. Refer to international fees for more information.
  • Not all majors/minors and elective options are available at every campus. You should refer to the What Can I Study tab, and the proposed study sequence for your chosen campus and intake for further information.
  • ^First year courses offered at Moreton Bay campus from Semester 1, 2020.
Study location QTAC code
  • Moreton Bay ^ 014721
Refer to the program footnotes
Minimum selection threshold
ATAR - 63.15 OP - 15 Rank - 68
USC program code
SC405
Commence
Semester 1
Duration
4 years full time or equivalent part time
Study mode
Blended Learning
Prerequisites
English (4, SA) Maths B (4, SA)
Recommended prior study
Maths C and Physics or Chemistry
Total courses
32
Total units
384
Footnotes
  • ^First year courses offered at Moreton Bay campus from Semester 1, 2020.

In this degree you will:

  • Study the fundamentals of engineering, including applied maths, physics, statistics and system design
  • Learn about robotics and autonomous systems, communication engineering, digital logic and computer programming, machine vision and more
  • Choose the area you want to specialise in, including electrical and electronic or mechanical engineering, management or entrepreneurship
  • Get hands-on project management experience by designing your own major engineering research project
Career opportunities

Mechatronics engineers work across a range of fields, including robotics engineering, industrial engineering and product design, manufacturing, data communications, automotive and more.

Membership

Engineering students are eligible for free membership to Engineers Australia. Once their degree is complete they are eligible for Graduate membership.

Accreditation

This program is currently undergoing provisional accreditation by Engineers Australia.

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