Problem solving skills are essential requirements for engineers. When complex theoretical and technical problems are solved, new knowledge is created. In this course you learn how to apply the engineering research process and methods of inquiry to solve these problems. This involves critiquing current research in your discipline and developing competence in using instruments and software to collect data. You analyse and evaluate the results and judge their quality and limitations. You also learn how to communicate findings in specific engineering formats to specialist audiences.
- (192 units and enrolled in Program SC410, SC411, SC425) AB101, UU301, UU302 or XU301
- Semester of offer Subject to change
- Sunshine Coast: Not Currently Offered
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- Band 2
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- 3.2: Science, Engineering, Environmental Studies
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