Bachelor of Engineering Technology in Electronic and Computer Engineering

Griffith University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00233E

If you have an interest in engineering, mathematics, computing, physics, design, instrumentation, communications, and materials and testing, this degree is for you. Engineering technologists bridge the gap between technicians and engineers and work with other professionals in solving engineering problems. The electronics and computer engineering industry is a quickly evolving area. It plays a significant role in a wide range of industries through the design and construction of electronic applications and systems enhancing technologies such as: mobile phones satellites communication systems satellite navigation control systems for transport broadband services energy production high-definition television satellite phonesThis degree will prepare you for work as an engineering technologist, with the skills and knowledge needed to advise in planning, designing, operating and maintaining electronic engineering works. You will gain an understanding of project management principles, microprocessor techniques, electric circuits, engineering practice and sustainability, control systems and more. You will develop the skills in hardware and software design and implementation which you will need to work in cutting-edge, high-technology fields, including communications, microelectronics, computer systems, biomedical engineering and control systems (robotics). As a student, you will benefit from Griffith's partnerships with government and industry. In your final year of study, you will be able to take part in an industry placement, giving you the chance to put what you learn in the classroom into practice, gain the skills and experience employers want and make valuable contacts.As an International student, you will receive dedicated support from your arrival in Australia through to your departure after graduation. You will be introduced to Griffith through an orientation program, and receive ongoing social, personal and academic support throughout your degree.

Subjects

  • Communication Systems and Circuits
  • Computer Systems
  • Conservatorium Ensemble Studies
  • Creative Engineering
  • Digital Electronics
  • Electric Circuits
  • Engineering Design Practice
  • Engineering Mathematics 1
  • Engineering Mathematics 2
  • Engineering Programming
  • Engineering Science
  • Foundation Mathematics
  • Industry Affiliates Program
  • Introduction to Electronics
  • Language and Communication for Sciences
  • Microprocessor Techniques
  • Practical Electronics
  • Project Management Principles
  • SCADA Systems
  • Semiconductor Devices and Circuits
  • Signal Propagation
  • Signals and Systems
  • Workshop Technology

Recognition

Griffith University grants credit and recognition of prior learning which may relate to prior formal learning or prior informal and non-formal learning. For more information, please visit the following website: https://www.griffith.edu.au/apply/credit-transfer Credit transfer Griffith's innovative Credit Precedent Database allows you to find out what credit decisions have been made in the past. These precedents will give you an idea of what you can expect. https://app.griffith.edu.au/credit-precedent/credit_result.php?ngpc=1586&-SortField=Linked%20Institution%20Name&-noresultserror=error.html&-search View credit precedents for this program

Study pathways

Students completing this degree may choose to undertake Honours, Masters or other qualifying programs to proceed to a higher degree by research (<abbr title="Master of Philosophy MPhil</abbr> or <abbr title="Doctor of Philosophy PhD</abbr>).

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Nathan Campus International: $106,500 No
  • Full-time : 3 years
  • Part-time : 6 years

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