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GENG3000 Engineering Practice 3

Credit
0 points
Offering
AvailabilityLocationModeFirst year of offer
Not available in 2022UWA (Perth)Face to face
Details for undergraduate courses
  • Level 3 core unit in the Automation and Robotics Engineering; Biomedical Engineering; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Environmental Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Mining Engineering; Software Engineering major sequences
Content
Students learn professional skills to prepare them for the transition to professional engineering employment.

The unit includes 8-10 learning modules designed to introduce students to a variety of personal and professional skills. These modules will be complemented by 3-4 industry panels providing industry feedback on preparation for the recruiting process, types of engineering work and organisations, and experiences of recent graduates.

Students undertake a group desktop project as part of the unit to further develop their professional skills. Students develop a new engineering project, taking into account the need of diverse stakeholders and the successful accomplishment of business objectives. Groups present their work to industry sponsors towards the end of the unit.

Assessment is based on active participation in the modules and the group project.

Engineering students must successfully complete this unit within their first three years of study.
Outcomes
Students are able to (1) work successfully in teams, understanding the nature of the interactions that occur in successful teams; (2) identify methods to manage their own personal wellbeing through their studies and professional careers; (3) reflect on personal knowledge, skills and attributes in preparation for professional recruiting processes; (4) prepare Engineering reports for presentation to a professional audience; and (5) prepare themselves for the transition from student engineer to professional.
Assessment
Indicative assessments in this unit are as follows: (1) participation in learning modules and panel sessions; (2) contribution to project; and (3) group presentation. Further information is available in the unit outline.

Supplementary assessment is not available in this unit.
Unit Coordinator(s)
Associate Professor Jeremy Leggoe
Unit rules
Prerequisites:
Enrolment in Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) or an associated Combined Degree and ( GENG1000 Engineering Practice 1 or ENSC1003 Introduction to Professional Engineering ) and GENG2000 Engineering Practice 2
Approved quota: 200—first-come
Contact hours
15 hours formal contact in learning modules and panels; 20 hours group project.
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