University of Newcastle

Bachelor of Aerospace Systems Engineering (Honours)

University of Newcastle

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00109J

Aerospace systems engineering involves a systems approach to the design, efficient operation and modification of high-tech devices for the aeronautical and defence industries. A key challenge for the development of aerospace systems is the need to be as light-weight as possible, yet highly reliable. Aerospace systems engineers need to understand and control the response of aerospace vehicles to complex interactions between sensors, controllers, actuators and other aircraft subsystems to ensure trouble-free, safe and efficient operations. Aerospace systems engineering principles deal with the complementary design of aircraft subsystems to ensure they work in unison, without conflict and to ensure the high levels of reliability required in aerospace operations.

Structure

300 units of compulsory courses20 units of electivesAll University of Newcastle engineering students must complete 12-weeks of professional practice during their degree. Through your work placement, you will build important professional networks and put your learning into practice.

Subjects

  • Aircraft operations and performance
  • Principles of flight and avionics
  • Aerospace design and materials
  • Embedded systems engineering

Standard entry requirements

Year 12 HSC or ATAR equivalent

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Callaghan
  • ATAR: 78
Yes
  • Full-time : 4 years

Fee comments

Campuses: Callaghan.

Fees are indicative and subject to variation. Overall program fee may vary based on course selection.

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