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U78 Bachelor of Technology (Electronic and Computer Systems)


This is a three year course that provides a pathway for students who wish to pursue a career as technologists in the fields of electronics and computer systems.  On completion of this degree, students may articulate into a full bachelor of engineering program with an additional three semesters of full-time study.



Bachelor of Technology (Electronic and Computer Systems) is offered through the School of Engineering and Mathematics on the Joondalup Campus.


The language of instruction is English and all students are expected to be proficient in both spoken and written English.  All assessments will be conducted in English.



The course structure comprises a total of 360 credit points (24 units of study), including a project unit in the final semester of study.

Semester 1
ENS1154 Introduction to Engineering 15
MAT1107 Functions and Graphs 15
ENS1153 Introduction to Computer Technology 15
SCP1132 Introduction to Physics 15
Semester 2
CSP1150 Programming Principles 15
ENS1252 Introduction to Electrical Engineering 15
MAT1136 Elementary Calculus 15
ENS1104 Experimental Electrical Engineering 15
Semester 1
ENS2256 Digital Electronics 15
MAT1236 Calculus 1 15
CSP2347 UNIX and C 15
SCP1111 Physics of Motion 15
Semester 2
ENS2258 Analog Electronics 15
ENS2257 Microprocessor Systems 15
SCP1112 Waves and Electricity 15
MAT1163 Linear Algebra 15
Semester 1
ENS3343 Data Communication and Computer Networks 15
ENS2455 Circuit Analysis 15
MAT2236 Differential Equations 15
SCP2211 Modern Physics 15
Semester 2
ENS3203 Electronic Circuit Design 15
ENS3201 Technology Project 15
ENS3541 Microcomputer Systems 15
ENS3341 Signals and Systems 15
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 31/03/2006 VET: 31/03/2006