2011 Program Schedule
Students may only undertake this option at the conclusion of 1st year and upon meeting
the specific selection criteria.
Program Schedule Details
Program Code LBMR – 3 year accelerated program (invited program)
Program Name Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical)
Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical and Advanced Manufacturing)
Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical and Mechatronics)
Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical and Sustainable Systems)
Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical and Nanotechnology)
First Point of Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Program Director Dr Romeo Marian 8302 5275
Program Support Ms Amanda Davey 8302 3218
School Office Building J Reception counter
Ms Anna Biro 8302 3011
STUDENTS MUST HAVE AN ENTRY GPA OF 5.5 OR HIGHER TO BE INVITED TO UNDERTAKE THE 3 YEAR
THE SCHOOL WILL CONTACT ELIGIBLE STUDENTS VIA EMAIL OFFERING THIS PATHWAY. STUDENTS WANTING
TO TAKE UP THIS OPTION MUST SUBMIT THE TRANSFER FORM WHICH IS SUBMITTED TO THE SCHOOL OFFICE
STUDENTS MUST MAINTAIN A GPA OF 5.0 OR BETTER TO CONTINUE ON THIS PATHWAY.
SPECIAL NOTES FOR STUDENT
UniSA reserves the right to vary the program structure and/or courses at any time. Should this occur a new study
plan will be established (upon request from student) but the amount of credit granted will not vary. Not all courses
may be offered in any one year.
All courses listed below are 4.5 units (except for Mechanical Engineering Project 1, Mechanical Engineering
Project 2 and Mechanical Engineering Honours Project which are 9 unit value)
Mechanical Engineering Honours Project – students must meet the overall engineering GPA of 5.0 or higher. If you
meet this and you are in your final year contact Program Support Officer for enrolment.
IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO
Ensure you meet the pre-requisites of a course before enrolling in courses offered by the University. The course
pre-requisites are listed below.
Enrol in courses offered onshore only (do not enrol in External classes or courses located at Whyalla or Mt
Complete the program in the time stated or within your visa requirements. The School will only authorise
extending visa’s in extreme circumstances. Extension to your visa is not guaranteed.
Bachelor of Engineering - Accelerated program
LBMR (Mechanical with either Advanced Manufacturing, Mechatronics, Sustainable Systems
YEAR 1 / Study Period 2 Area + Cat No. Credit in and/or Pre-requisites
Undertake in Study
Engineering Materials RENG 1005 NIL
Sustainable Engineering Practice ENGG 1003 NIL
Mathematical Methods for Engineers 1 MATH 1063 Mathematics 1, or Mathematical
Studies at Year 12, or equivalent
Computer Techniques COMP 1036 NIL
YEAR 1 / Study Period 5
Electrical and Energy Systems EEET 1025 NIL
Engineering Design and Innovation ENGG 1004 NIL
Mathematical Methods for Engineers 2 MATH 1064 MATH 1063 - Mathematical Methods
for Engineers 1
Mechanics and Physics EEET 1024 SACE stage 2 physics is assumed
YEAR 1 / Study Period 7
Project Planning and Control MFET 3008 NIL
Elective See note 2
YEAR 2 / Study Period 2
Mechanics and Structures CIVE 2005 EEET 1024 - Mechanics and Physics
Engineering Modelling MATH 2009 MATH 1064 - Mathematical Methods
for Engineers 1 & a working knowledge
Manufacturing Practice MFET 2001 NIL
(old name: Manufacturing Processes)
Mechanical Engineering Practice MENG 2009 NIL
YEAR 2 / Study Period 5
Mechanical Design Practice MENG 2004 CIVE 2005 - Mechanics and Structures,
RENG 1005 - Engineering Materials
(old name: Mechanical Design)
Fluid and Energy Engineering MENG 2002 NIL
Mechanics of Machines MENG 2008 MATH 1064 - MME2 & EEET 1024 -
Mechanics and Physics
Engineering Maintenance MENG 4010 NIL
YEAR 2 / Study Period 7
Operations Management for Engineers MFET 3011 NIL
(old name Manufacturing Operations for Engineers)
Mechanical Engineering Project 1 MENG 4008
Industrial Experience MENG 3007
YEAR 3 / Study Period 2
Energy Conversion and Management MENG 3005 MENG 2002 - Fluid and Energy Eng.
Computer aided Engineering Practice MENG 3003 COMP 1036 - Computer Techniques,
CIVE 2005 - Mechanics & Structures,
(old name Computer Aided Engineering)
MENG 2004 - Mech. Design Practice
YEAR 3 / Study Period 5
Design in Plastics and Advanced Composites N MFET 4011 NIL
(old name: Design in Plastics and Composites)
Fluid and Energy Management Practice MENG 4004 MENG 2002 - Fluid & Energy, MENG
3005 - Energy Conversion and
(old name: Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer)
YEAR 3 / Study Period 7
Design for Manufacture and Assembly MFET 3009 COMP 1036 - Computer Techniques,
MENG 2004 - Mech. Design Practice,
Mechanical Engineering Project 2 OR MENG 4009 Enrolment in Project 1
Honours – GPA of 5.0 of higher
Mechanical Engineering Honours Project MENG 4007
Final Year - course selection
BEFORE ENROLMENT YOU SHOULD DECIDE WHICH SPECIALISATION IS FOR YOU.
In order to graduate with ‘Mechanical Engineering’ on parchment Students may either; Complete the 4 courses listed under spec. 1,
or undertake any 4 courses from any specialisation
In order to graduate with ‘Mechanical Engineering and specialisation title’ Students must undertake only the courses listed for that
on parchment specialisation.
Specialisation 1 Specialisation 2 Specialisation 3 Specialisation 4
Mechanical Mechanical and Advanced Manufacturing Mechanical and Sustainable Systems Mechanical and Nanotechnology
Vehicle Emission, Control and Strategy Total Quality Management Vehicle Emission, Control and Strategy Total Quality Management
(MENG 4012) (MENG 4012)
Study (MFET 5022) (MFET 5022)
Period 2 Intelligent Manufacturing Systems Intelligent Manufacturing Systems Energy and Society Nanomaterials and Fabrication
(MFET 3010) (MFET 3010)
(MENG 5005) (MENG 4021)
Sustainable Development and Design Supply Chain Management G Sustainable Development and Design Nanocomposites and Practice
(MENG 4022) (MFET 5043) (MENG 4022) (MENG 4020)
Period 5 Mechanical System Design Mechanical System Design Sustainable Energy System Design Mechanical System Design
(MENG 3006) (MENG 3006) (MENG 3006)
Students undertaking any final year elective course must check the course home page for any course pre-requisites.
Students must make sure they meet these prior to enrolment.
The School takes no responsibility for students failing to follow these notes.
Bachelor of Engineering - Accelerated program
LBMR (Mechanical Engineering with either Advanced Manufacturing, Applied
Mechatronics, Sustainable Systems, Nanotechnology)
1. All students must complete a period of industrial experience in a relevant industry
prior to graduation. This program requires a minimum of 12 weeks of industrial
experience in a relevant industry, which would normally be obtained from the second
year of the program onwards. Assessment in the course Industrial Experience will
remain incomplete until the student submits a written report and receives a pass.
2. For broadening education, this program includes an elective course. A list of eligible
courses is available from the UniSA website via
http://www.unisanet.unisa.edu.au/programs. The selection will be subject to
availability and satisfaction of pre-requisite requirements. Your choice of elective
must be confirmed by your Program Director prior to enrolment.
3. Students who receive credit for prior learning in third and fourth year courses will be
awarded a degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering).
4. Students may undertake a mixture of courses from the various plans and would
subsequently be awarded a degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical
5. If a student chooses relevant final year courses, they will be eligible to receive credit
for up to 4 courses (18 units) in the respective Masters degree.