Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This programme has a good balance of theory and practical work. There are opportunities to work on real-life projects and provides a hands-on approach to problem solving. Students will have access to unique research and study facilities. This course consist of 480 credits studied over a period of at least four years of full-time study. High achievers can complete their degree over three years. This programme can be completed as part of a conjoint programme.
The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree is a four-year programme leading to registration as a professional engineer. It consists of 480 points, usually divided into four, 120-point parts (each equivalent to one year's study). In Part I (the first year), the BE(Hons) programme follows a set structure. Students get an introduction to each engineering discipline, before applying for a specialisation at the end of Part I. Throughout Parts II-IV, students will study their specialisation and core engineering courses at levels of study that become more advanced with each year.
- Chemical and materials
- Civil and environmental
- Computer systems
- Electrical and electronic
- Engineering science
Standard entry requirements
NCEA Level 3
Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ)
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