Students who commenced their course before 2012 should consult the rules below.

Note: (1) This course is only available to re-enrolling students.

(2) Re-enrolling students in the Materials Engineering program should refer to the 2010 Rules for this program. Students in this program should note that MECH3402 Engineering Project 1 is now added as an option in Table 6.2.2Gb—Materials Engineering options and is no longer a core unit.

(3) The Oil and Gas Engineering program is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2007 Rules for the program.

Applicability of the general provisions
11.1.26.1 The general provisions in 11.1.1 apply to the course.

Course structure
11.1.26.2(1) The combined course for the degrees of Bachelor of Computer Science and Bachelor of Engineering consists of—

(a) units to a total value of 240 points;

and

(b) 16 weeks’ practical experience (GENG4020 Professional Practicum1) in an engineering-related workplace approved by the Faculty.2

(2) The Faculty may, on written application by a student and on production of satisfactory evidence, accept work completed by the student prior to acceptance into the course as fulfilling the requirements of (1)(b) and (4).

(3) In exceptional circumstances, the Faculty may vary the requirements for practical experience if satisfied that such practical experience cannot be obtained or undertaken.

(4) Students must submit two copies, one for each component of the combined course, of a report on work completed for the practical experience (GENG4020 Professional Practicum1) required under (1)(b) or on work accepted by the Faculty under (2) as fulfilling the requirements of (1)(b), and a Certificate of Practical Work Performed (available on the Faculty’s website).

1 Students do not enrol in the Professional Practicum units. Upon successful completion, the appropriate unit will be added to their enrolment and the result released together with the results for the other enrolled units for the semester.

2 Students are required to make their own arrangements for practical experience but, to facilitate their efforts, they should seek advice from members of the Faculty and register with the Careers Centre.

Bachelor of Computer Science component
11.1.26.3 The Bachelor of Computer Science component consists of units to a total value of 72 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 6.2.5a (Bachelor of Computer Science core units) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules—36 points

and

(b) the requirements for completion of one of the following majors:

(i) Systems (MJ-SYSTM) comprising the four units not already taken from Table 6.2.3d (Systems major core units) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules—24 points

or

(ii) Web Technologies (MJ-TCHWB) comprising the three units not already taken from Table 6.2.3e (Web Technologies major core units) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules—18 points

or

(iii) Computation (MJ-COMPT) comprising the four units not already taken from Table 6.2.3g (Computation major core units) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules—24 points

and

(c) units to make up the remaining required points from Table 6.2.5b (Bachelor of Computer Science Level 2 options)—12 or 18 points.

Bachelor of Engineering component
11.1.26.4 The Bachelor of Engineering component consists of units to a total value of 168 points comprising—

(a) all foundation core units required under Rule 6.2.2A.6(1)(a) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules—36 points

and

(b) the core units for the chosen Bachelor of Engineering program as prescribed in the respective rules for the relevant program in 6.2 of the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules, 90 to 144 points, except that—

(i) Chemical and Process Engineering students must not take CITS2401 Computer Analysis and Visualisation (replacing GENG2140 Modelling and Computer Analysis for Engineers);

(ii) Electrical and Electronic Engineering students must take all units in Group A except CITS2401 Computer Analysis and Visualisation (replacing GENG2140 Modelling and Computer Analysis for Engineers), one unit from each of Groups B and C, and three units from Group D in Table 6.2.2Ea (Electrical and Electronic Engineering core units)—126 points

and

(c) other units from the relevant table(s) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules as follows:

(i) for the Chemical and Process Engineering program:

A. the requirements for one of the following majors: the Chemical Engineering major (MJ-ECHEM) as set out in Rule 6.2.2B.2 or the Hydrocarbon Processing major (MJ-EHCPR) as set out in Rule 6.2.2B.3—24 points

and

B. options to the value of 12 points comprising one unit from Group A and one unit from Group B in Table 6.2.2Bb (Chemical and Process Engineering options);

(ii) for the Civil Engineering program:

units required to make up either—

A. the Civil Engineering major (MJ-ECIVM) as set out in Rule 6.2.2C.2—30 points

or

B. the Offshore Engineering major (MJ-EOFFM) as set out in Rule 6.2.2C.3—30 points

(iii) for the Electrical and Electronic Engineering program:

options to a total value of six points comprising one unit from Group A in Table 6.2.2Eb (Electrical and Electronic Engineering options);

(iv) for the Environmental Engineering program:

A. all units in one of Group A (Environmental Engineering major), Group B (Ocean Systems Engineering major) or Group C (Water Resources Engineering major) in Table 6.2.2Fb (Environmental Engineering; Ocean Systems Engineering; Water Resources Engineering major units)—30 points

and

B. options to a total value of 12 points comprising two units from Group B in Table 6.2.2Fc (Environmental Engineering options);

(v) for the Mechanical Engineering program:

A. all units in Group A or B in Table 6.2.2Hb (Mechanical Engineering project units)—12 points

and

B. options to a total value of 30 points comprising one unit from Group A and four units from Group B in Table 6.2.2Hc (Mechanical Engineering options);

(vi) for the Mechatronics Engineering program: 1

options to a total value of 36 points comprising one unit from Group A and five units from Group B in Table 6.2.2Ib (Mechatronics Engineering options);

(vii) for the Mining Engineering program:

options to a total value of 18 points comprising three units from Group A in Table 6.2.2Kb (Mining Engineering options);

(viii) for the Petroleum Engineering program: 2

options to a total value of 12 points comprising two units from Group A in Table 6.2.2Ob (Petroleum Engineering options).

1 For the Mechatronics Engineering program, CITS1001 Object-Oriented Programming and Software Engineering (formerly CITS1200 Java Programming) and CITS1002 Programming and Systems (formerly CITS1210 C Programming) are taken in the Bachelor of Computer Science component.

2 For the Petroleum Engineering program, CITS1001 Object-Oriented Programming and Software Engineering (formerly CITS1200 Java Programming) is taken in the Bachelor of Computer Science component.

Award of Bachelor of Engineering with honours
11.1.26.5 The Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics may award the degree of Bachelor of Engineering with honours to a student who has completed the requirements of the Bachelor of Engineering course at a sufficiently high level.

For further information refer to http://www.ecm.uwa.edu.au/studentnet/exams/honours.