Mobile communication devices, embedded systems and networks are the focus of the Computer and Mobile Systems Engineering major in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology.
Computer engineering is about the design of computers and computer systems. But it’s about much more than PCs. Apps, video game consoles and mobile phones are all devices computer engineers work on. Designing new hardware, apps, developing designs for a supercomputer or using computers to control an industrial plant – it all fits the computer engineer’s job description.
In this major you develop a clear understanding of the development, operation and maintenance of software and hardware, and their application to mobile communications devices, embedded systems and networks.
This is part of the Bachelor of Engineering Technology.
Start date: 2019
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Start date: 2020
Most papers last one semester and are worth 15 points. You must complete 120 points each year (360 points for the entire degree).
You also need to complete a minimum of 600 hours of planned supervised work placement to graduate. This work experience exposes you to real engineering practices and management systems and helps you build engineering networks.
And choose 45 points from the elective options listed below.
And choose 30 points from the elective options listed below.
All students complete an industry-based project this year. This is your chance to apply what you’ve learnt in a research or industry environment.
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