Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Commerce

Edith Cowan University ECU

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00279B

This double degree program broadens the overall knowledge of students in areas which are complementary to their technical skills. There is a growing demand in high-technology industries and research centres for engineers who also have knowledge and professional skills in business, management and finance.

Structure

  • 47 Units
  • 690 Credit Points. Work Experience Placement.

Subjects

  • BUSINESS: Finance
  • Management
  • Marketing. ENGINEERING: Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Systems
  • Electrical Power
  • Electronics and Communications
  • Instrumentation Control and Automation
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronics
  • Petroleum Engineering

Standard entry requirements

University admission requirements apply. All applicants are required to have Mathematics: Methods ATAR, with equivalents considered, and Physics ATAR or Engineering Studies ATAR, with equivalents considered. It is desirable that all applicants have Mathematics: Specialist ATAR, with equivalents considered. One or more of the majors in this course has admission requirements. Refer to the major for more information.

Recognition

This course has been Accredited by Engineers Australia.

Study pathways

?Bachelor of Technology (Electronic and Computer Systems): Applicants who do not meet one or more of the subject prerequisites for this Engineering course should consider applying for the Bachelor of Technology (Engineering) as a pathway. Bachelor of Technology students who successfully complete their first year of study can expect to gain entry into the Bachelor of Engineering courses with advanced standing for all non-bridging units completed.? Bachelor of Technology (Engineering): Applicants who do not meet one or more of the subject prerequisites for this Engineering course should consider applying for the Bachelor of Technology (Engineering) as a pathway. Bachelor of Technology students who successfully complete their first year of study can expect to gain entry into the Bachelor of Engineering courses with advanced standing for all non-bridging units completed.? Bachelor of Technology (Motorsports): Applicants who do not meet one or more of the subject prerequisites for this Engineering course should consider applying for the Bachelor of Technology (Engineering) as a pathway. Bachelor of Technology students who successfully complete their first year of study can expect to gain entry into the Bachelor of Engineering courses with advanced standing for all non-bridging units completed.

Study information

Campus Fees Entry Mid year intake Attendance
Joondalup Domestic: $51,750
International: $154,250
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Further information

Related careers: Mechanical Engineer, Civil Engineer, Chemical Engineer, Mechatronics Engineer, Computer Systems Engineer, Electronic Engineer, Communication Engineer, Electrical Power Engineer, Instrumentation Control and Automation Engineer, Human Resources, Human Resource, HR, HRM, Industrial Relations, Workforce Relations, Employee Relations, Accounting, Accountant, Commerce, Economics, Micro Economics, Macro Economics, Finance, Investment, Banking, Stockbroking, Marketing, Management, International Business, IS, Information Systems, Information Technology, IT, Sports Management, Sport Marketing, Sports Marketing, Sport Promotion, Sports Promotion, Hospitality Management, Tourism Management, Cruise Ship Tourism, Eco Tourism, Ecotourism, Hotel Management, Resort Management, Restaurant Management. Non-Standard Timetable: Students should be aware that unit overloads will be required in some semesters, in order to complete the course within the standard five year duration.

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