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Key to the tables

P Prerequisite: Course(s) you must complete to a defined standard (or have waived) before your enrolment in another course is confirmed.

C Corequisite: Course(s) that must be completed in the same semester as another course, unless already passed or waived.

R Restriction: Similar courses, that cannot both be credited to the same qualification.

The Degree of Bachelor of Engineering with Honours
BE(Hons)

Qualification Regulations

Part I

These regulations are to be read in conjunction with all other Statutes and Regulations of the University including General Regulations for Undergraduate Degrees, Undergraduate Diplomas, Undergraduate Certificates, Graduate Diplomas, and Graduate Certificates.

Part II

Admission

1. Admission to the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering with Honours requires that the candidate will meet the University admission requirements as specified.

Qualification Requirements

2. Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering with Honours shall follow a parts-based programme of study, which shall consist of courses totalling at least 480 credits, comprising:

(a) a First Part, Second Part, Third Part, and Fourth Part;

(b) at least 4 years of study;

and including:

(c) 800 hours of practical work experience;

(d) completion of one major;

(e) attending field trips, studios, workshops, tutorials and laboratories as required.

3. The following minors are available under Transitional Provisions:

Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering

Electronics and Computer Engineering

Mechatronics.

4. Candidates who, in the opinion of the Academic Board, have passed with sufficient merit subjects for the New Zealand Certificate in Science, The National Diploma in Engineering, or an equivalent qualification, may be granted credit, including part or all of the First and Second Parts. The credit granted will be determined by Academic Board after taking into account the areas of study of the certificate and the standard of pass attained.

5. Notwithstanding Regulation 2, candidates who, in the opinion of the Academic Board, have achieved the admission requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering with Honours to an excellent standard, may be admitted to the programme after the commencement of Part One, but no later than the start of Part Two, and may be granted an exemption, including part or all of the First Part. The exemption granted will be determined by Academic Board after taking into account the level of achievement in the subjects passed prior to, and subsequent to, admission. Alternative courses of an equivalent credit value must be substituted for the exempted courses.

6. Notwithstanding Regulation 2, candidates who have passed courses in engineering from a recognised overseas tertiary institution with which Massey University has a cross-crediting agreement may cross-credit up to 240 credits at 100-, 200- or 300-level as permitted by the terms of the agreement.

7. The maximum credit or exemption granted under any credit recognition process shall be 240 credits.

Specialisations

8. Candidates shall complete one of the following majors:

Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering

Electronics and Computer Engineering

Engineering and Innovation Management

Mechatronics.

The requirements for each major are set out in the Schedule for the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering with Honours.

Academic Requirements

9. Every candidate for the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering with Honours shall complete to the satisfaction of Academic Board a minimum of 800 hours of approved practical work and associated reports in accordance with the following courses:

(a) 228.210 Practicum I;

(b) 228.310 Practicum II.

Passes in these courses will be awarded on the basis of practical work completed in accordance with the guidelines governing the practical work requirements.

Student Progression

10. Candidates may progress from Part One to Two, Two to Three, and Three to Four, by passing all courses in the prior part, either by examination or by the award of a combined results pass.

11. Candidates who fail to pass a complete Part in accordance with Regulation 10 shall re-enrol in the remaining unpassed course(s) at the next available offering of the course(s).

12. Candidates who are retaking courses from Part One in accordance with Regulation 11 may not progress to Part Two until all of Part One has been successfully completed.

13. Candidates who are retaking courses in Parts Two and Three in accordance with Regulation 11 may apply for permission to enrol in courses from the subsequent part, where the nominated courses are from different areas of study to the courses not passed; permission will only be granted where, in the opinion of Academic Board, the academic record of the candidate shows proven merit.

14. The Degree of Bachelor of Engineering with Honours may be awarded with First Class Honours or with Second Class Honours (Division I) or with Second Class Honours (Division II) or with Third Class Honours. The class of Honours shall be determined by the candidate's performance in the Second, Third and Fourth Parts of the Degree.

15. Candidates who have passed all courses and completed all other requirements for a Bachelor of Engineering with Honours but whose performance in the courses is deemed by the Academic Board, upon recommendation of the examiners, not to be of Honours standard will be awarded the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering.

Completion Requirements

16. The timeframes for completion as outlined in the General Regulations for Undergraduate Degrees, Undergraduate Diplomas, Undergraduate Certificates, Graduate Diplomas and Graduate Certificates will apply.

17. Candidates may be graduated when they meet the Qualification and Academic requirements within the prescribed timeframes; candidates who do not meet the requirements for graduation may, subject to the approval of Academic Board, be awarded the Bachelor of Science should they meet the relevant Qualification requirements.

Unsatisfactory Academic Progress

18. The general Unsatisfactory Academic Progress Regulations will apply.

Transitional Provisions

19. Subject to the Maximum Time to Completion and Abandonment of Studies provisions specified in the Part I regulations of this degree, candidates who commenced study towards the Engineering and Innovation Management major prior to 1 January 2019 will be permitted to complete one of the minors by satisfying the requirements as specified by Schedule B.

20. These transition arrangements expire on 31 December 2021.

21. Subject to the Maximum Time to Completion and Abandonment of Studies provisions specified in the Part I regulations for the degree, candidates who were enrolled in the Bachelor of Engineering with Honours prior to 1 January 2020 may substitute 100-level courses already taken for 100-level courses included in the Part One schedule until December 2023.

Schedule for the Bachelor of Engineering with Honours

Specialisations

Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering (480 credits)

First Part

Auckland and Manawatū Campuses

123.104 Chemistry for Biological Systems 15 credits
R 123.101, 123.171

123.105 Chemistry and the Physical World 15 credits
R 123.102, 123.172

124.104 Physics 1A: Mechanics and Thermodynamics 15 credits
R 124.101, 124.111, 124.171

160.101 Calculus 15 credits
R 160.112, 160.133, 228.172

160.102 Algebra 15 credits
R 160.112, 160.133, 228.172

228.115 Engineering and Technology Principles 15 credits
R 141.111 and 228.111

247.114 Science and Sustainability for Engineering and Technology 15 credits
R 247.177, 141.111, 141.112, 228.111, 228.112, 247.155, 119.155, 246.102, 247.111, 247.112, 247.113

15 credits from

120.101 Plant Biology 15 credits

159.100 Introduction to Programming 15 credits

Second Part

Auckland and Manawatū Campuses

123.201 Chemical Energetics 15 credits
P One of (123.102, 123.105, 124.104 or 123.172) and one of (160.101, 160.102, 160.105, 160.132 or 160.133)

123.271 Molecules to Materials 15 credits
P (123.101, 123.104 or 123.171) and (123.102, 123.105 or 123.172)

141.212 Food Technology 4: Manufacturing 15 credits
P (123.105 or 123.172), (124.104 or 124.172), (160.102 or 228.172) and (141.112 or 228.112 or 228.115) C 123.201, 280.201, 280.272 R 228.212

228.211 Engineering Practice 3: Product Development 15 credits
P (228.115, 247.114) or (124.172, 228.172, 228.112 and (123.172 or 159.172) R 141.211

228.271 Engineering Mathematics 2 15 credits
P 228.172 or (160.101 and 160.102) R 228.222, 228.223

280.201 Industrial Microbiology 15 credits
P (123.101 or 123.104 or 123.171) and (123.102 or 123.105 or 123.172 or 122.102) R 142.201, 141.222, 162.212, 162.214

280.271 Heat and Mass – Conservation and Transfer 15 credits
P (124.104, 160.102 and 228.115) OR (124.172 and 228.172)

280.272 Fluid Flow and Particle Technology 15 credits
P (123.104 or 123.172), (124.104 or 124.172), (160.102 or 228.172)

Third Part

Manawatū Campus

228.312 Engineering Practice 5: Process Engineering with Constraints 30 credits
P 280.271, 280.272, 228.211, 141.212 C 280.341 R 280.394, 280.346

228.371 Statistical Modelling for Engineers and Technologists 15 credits
P 228.271 R 228.340

280.304 Bioseparation and Purification Processes 15 credits
P (141.294 and (280.299 or 141.221)) or (280.271 and 280.272) R 142.304

280.341 Environmental Technology 15 credits
P 142.201 or 280.201

280.371 Process Engineering Operations 15 credits
P 280.271 and 280.272 R 280.391

280.372 Reaction Technologies and Process Modelling 15 credits
P 123.201, 123.271, 228.271, 280.271, 280.272, 280.201 R 280.391 and 280.392

15 credits from

123.202 Organic and Biological Chemistry 15 credits
P 123.101 or 123.171

228.741 Energy Systems 15 credits
P 228.743 or 228.769 or 280.271

236.201 Nanoscience 15 credits
P 123.102 (or 123.172), 124.101 (or 124.111 or 124.171) R 142.312, 280.312

280.760 Industrial Refrigeration 15 credits
R 142.760

Fourth Part

Manawatū Campus

228.711 Engineering Practice 6: Design Capstone Project 30 credits
P 228.311 or 228.312 R 228485, 280430

228.798 Individual Research Project 30 credits
P 228.311 or 228.312

280.702 Process Control 15 credits
P (228.222 or 228.271) and (280.371 or 280.391) R 142.402

280.721 Process Improvement 15 credits
P 228.312, 280.371, 280.372 R 142.400, 142.405, 142.411, 280.400, 280.405, 280.411

280.771 Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering 15 credits
P 280.371 and 280.372 R 280.403

15 credits from

141.710 Food Packaging Engineering and Legislation 15 credits

141.723 Industrial Systems Improvement 15 credits
R 141.424, 228.479

228.741 Energy Systems 15 credits
P 228.743 or 228.769 or 280.271

228.744 Case Studies of Renewable Energy Systems 15 credits
R 142.744

228.750 Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development 15 credits
P 228.312 R 142.750

280.760 Industrial Refrigeration 15 credits
R 142.760

282.758 Simulation, Modelling and Optimisation 15 credits
R 143.458, 282.458

287.740 Innovation Management 15 credits
P 228.311 or 228.312 R 287.703

Electronics and Computer Engineering (480 credits)

First Part

Auckland and Manawatū Campuses

124.104 Physics 1A: Mechanics and Thermodynamics 15 credits
R 124.101, 124.111, 124.171

124.105 Physics 1B: Electricity, Waves and Modern Physics 15 credits
R 124.102, 124.172

159.100 Introduction to Programming 15 credits

160.101 Calculus 15 credits
R 160.112, 160.133, 228.172

160.102 Algebra 15 credits
R 160.112, 160.133, 228.172

228.115 Engineering and Technology Principles 15 credits
R 141.111 and 228.111

247.114 Science and Sustainability for Engineering and Technology 15 credits
R 247.177, 141.111, 141.112, 228.111, 228.112, 247.155, 119.155, 246.102, 247.111, 247.112, 247.113

Any 100-level 15 credit course

Second Part

Auckland and Manawatū Campuses

159.270 Hardware-Oriented Computing 15 credits
P 159.100 or 159.101 or 159.172 R 159.236

228.211 Engineering Practice 3: Product Development 15 credits
P (228.115, 247.114) or (124.172, 228.172, 228.112 and (123.172 or 159.172) R 141.211

228.212 Engineering Practice 4: Materials & Manufacturing 15 credits
P 228.211, 228.271 and 2 of (281.281, 282.260, 281.273) C 159.270, 281.282 R 141.212

228.271 Engineering Mathematics 2 15 credits
P 228.172 or (160.101 and 160.102) R 228.222, 228.223

281.272 Signals and Systems 15 credits
P 281.281 and (228.271 or 160.204) R 124.344, 143.227, 143.333, 281.227, 281.333

281.273 Communication Network Architectures 15 credits
P 160.101 or 228.172

281.281 Analogue Electronic Systems 15 credits
P (124.171 and 124.172) or 124.105 R 124.241, 124.251, 281.251

281.282 Digital Electronic Systems 15 credits

Third Part

Auckland and Manawatū Campuses

228.311 Engineering Practice 5: Engineering Design with Constraints 30 credits
P 281.281, 281.282, 228.211, 228.212 C 281.384 or 280.341 or 287.342

228.371 Statistical Modelling for Engineers and Technologists 15 credits
P 228.271 R 228.340

281.374 Communication Systems 15 credits
P 281.272, 281.273 R 143.332, 281.332

281.375 Data Communication Networks 15 credits
P 159.270 or 159.271 R 143.471, 159.334, 159.354, 281.471

281.384 Embedded Systems Design 15 credits
P 159.270, 281.282 R 140.320, 143.339, 281.320, 281.339

281.385 Advanced Electronic Circuits 15 credits
P 281.281, 281.282, 281.272

Auckland Campus (15 credits from)

158.326 Software Architecture 15 credits
P 158.212 or 159.234 or 159.270

281.353 Control Engineering 15 credits
P 281.272 R 143.335, 143.346, 281.335, 282.346

Manawatū Campus (15 credits from)

158.326 Software Architecture 15 credits
P 158.212 or 159.234 or 159.270

159.251 Software Engineering Design and Construction 15 credits
P 159.234 or 159.272 R 159.351

281.353 Control Engineering 15 credits
P 281.272 R 143.335, 143.346, 281.335, 282.346

Fourth part

Auckland and Manawatū Campuses

228.711 Engineering Practice 6: Design Capstone Project 30 credits
P 228.311 or 228.312 R 228485, 280430

228.798 Individual Research Project 30 credits
P 228.311 or 228.312

281.755 Digital Signal Processing 15 credits
P 281.272 R 124.344, 143.333, 281.333

281.785 Advanced Computer Engineering 15 credits
P 281.384 R 143.474, 281.474

Auckland Campus (30 credits from)

281.776 Advanced Communication Engineering 15 credits
P 281.273, 281.374 R 143.448, 143.466, 281.448, 281.466

281.786 Advanced Micro- and Nano-electronics 15 credits
P 281.281 R 124.345, 143.457, 281.457

Any 700-level 15 credit course selected from the following prefixes: 158 Information Technology, 159 Computer Science.

Manawatū Campus (30 credits from)

281.756 Image and Video Processing 15 credits
P 281.272 R 281.473

281.776 Advanced Communication Engineering 15 credits
P 281.273, 281.374 R 143.448, 143.466, 281.448, 281.466

Any 700-level 15-credit course selected from the following prefixes: 158 Information Technology, 159 Computer Science.

Engineering and Innovation Management (480 credits)

Schedule A

First Part

124.104 Physics 1A: Mechanics and Thermodynamics 15 credits
R 124.101, 124.111, 124.171

124.105 Physics 1B: Electricity, Waves and Modern Physics 15 credits
R 124.102, 124.172

159.100 Introduction to Programming 15 credits

160.101 Calculus 15 credits
R 160.112, 160.133, 228.172

160.102 Algebra 15 credits
R 160.112, 160.133, 228.172

228.115 Engineering and Technology Principles 15 credits
R 141.111 and 228.111

247.114 Science and Sustainability for Engineering and Technology 15 credits
R 247.177, 141.111, 141.112, 228.111, 228.112, 247.155, 119.155, 246.102, 247.111, 247.112, 247.113

Any 100-level 15 credit course

Second Part

159.270 Hardware-Oriented Computing 15 credits
P 159.100 or 159.101 or 159.172 R 159.236

228.211 Engineering Practice 3: Product Development 15 credits
P (228.115, 247.114) or (124.172, 228.172, 228.112 and (123.172 or 159.172) R 141.211

228.212 Engineering Practice 4: Materials & Manufacturing 15 credits
P 228.211, 228.271 and 2 of (281.281, 282.260, 281.273) C 159.270, 281.282 R 141.212

228.271 Engineering Mathematics 2 15 credits
P 228.172 or (160.101 and 160.102) R 228.222, 228.223

281.272 Signals and Systems 15 credits
P 281.281 and (228.271 or 160.204) R 124.344, 143.227, 143.333, 281.227, 281.333

281.281 Analogue Electronic Systems 15 credits
P (124.171 and 124.172) or 124.105 R 124.241, 124.251, 281.251

281.282 Digital Electronic Systems 15 credits

282.260 Manufacturing Engineering and Computer Aided Design 15 credits
P (124.104 or 124.172) and (160.101 or 228.172)

Third Part

125.230 Business Finance 15 credits
P 115.114

228.311 Engineering Practice 5: Engineering Design with Constraints 30 credits
P 281.281, 281.282, 228.211, 228.212 C 281.384 or 280.341 or 287.342

228.371 Statistical Modelling for Engineers and Technologists 15 credits
P 228.271 R 228.340

281.353 Control Engineering 15 credits
P 281.272 R 143.335, 143.346, 281.335, 282.346

282.371 Mechanics and Materials 15 credits
P 124.172 or 124.104

287.320 Product Design 15 credits
P 228.211 & 228.212

287.342 Agile Manufacturing 15 credits
R 143.329, 143.342

Fourth Part

228.711 Engineering Practice 6: Design Capstone Project 30 credits
P 228.311 or 228.312 R 228485, 280430

228.798 Individual Research Project 30 credits
P 228.311 or 228.312

238.700 Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and Footprinting Principles 15 credits

282.778 Mechatronics 15 credits
P 281.353, 282.371 R 143.478, 282.478

287.706 New Product Development Practices 15 credits
P 228.311 or 228.312

287.740 Innovation Management 15 credits
P 228.311 or 228.312 R 287.703

Schedule B: Engineering and Innovation Management under transition regulations

First Part

Core courses (90 credits from)

124.171 Physical Principles for Engineering & Technology 1 15 credits
R 124.101

124.172 Physical Principles for Engineering & Technology 2 15 credits
P 124.171 R 124.102

228.111 Engineering Practice 1: Global Perspectives 15 credits
C 123.171 or 159.171, 124.171, 228.171. R 141.111, 228.125 and 228.150

228.112 Engineering Practice 2: Creative Solutions 15 credits
P 141.111 or 228.111 or 228.125 or 228.150 C 123.172 or 159.172, 228.172, 124.172 R 141.112, 228.120, 228.152

228.171 Engineering Mathematics 1A 15 credits
R 160.101, 160.102, 160.111

228.172 Engineering Mathematics 1B 15 credits
P 228.171 R 160.112, 160.133, 160.101, 160.102

Minor specialisation courses (30 credits from)

Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering minor

123.171 Chemistry for Biological Systems 1 15 credits
R 123.101

123.172 Chemistry for Biological Systems 2 15 credits
R 123.102

Electronics and Computer Engineering minor

159.171 Computational Thinking and Programming 1 15 credits

159.172 Computational Thinking and Programming 2 15 credits
P 159.171 R 159.102

Mechatronics minor

159.171 Computational Thinking and Programming 1 15 credits

159.172 Computational Thinking and Programming 2 15 credits
P 159.171 R 159.102

Second Part

Core courses (45 credits from)

228.211 Engineering Practice 3: Product Development 15 credits
P (228.115, 247.114) or (124.172, 228.172, 228.112 and (123.172 or 159.172) R 141.211

228.271 Engineering Mathematics 2 15 credits
P 228.172 or (160.101 and 160.102) R 228.222, 228.223

And for the Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering minor

141.212 Food Technology 4: Manufacturing 15 credits
P (123.105 or 123.172), (124.104 or 124.172), (160.102 or 228.172) and (141.112 or 228.112 or 228.115) C 123.201, 280.201, 280.272 R 228.212

Or for either Electronics and Computer Engineering or Mechatronics minors

228.212 Engineering Practice 4: Materials & Manufacturing 15 credits
P 228.211, 228.271 and 2 of (281.281, 282.260, 281.273) C 159.270, 281.282 R 141.212

Minor specialisation courses (75 credits from)

Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering minor

123.201 Chemical Energetics 15 credits
P One of (123.102, 123.105, 124.104 or 123.172) and one of (160.101, 160.102, 160.105, 160.132 or 160.133)

123.271 Molecules to Materials 15 credits
P (123.101, 123.104 or 123.171) and (123.102, 123.105 or 123.172)

280.201 Industrial Microbiology 15 credits
P (123.101 or 123.104 or 123.171) and (123.102 or 123.105 or 123.172 or 122.102) R 142.201, 141.222, 162.212, 162.214

280.271 Heat and Mass – Conservation and Transfer 15 credits
P (124.104, 160.102 and 228.115) OR (124.172 and 228.172)

280.272 Fluid Flow and Particle Technology 15 credits
P (123.104 or 123.172), (124.104 or 124.172), (160.102 or 228.172)

Electronics and Computer Engineering minor

159.270 Hardware-Oriented Computing 15 credits
P 159.100 or 159.101 or 159.172 R 159.236

281.272 Signals and Systems 15 credits
P 281.281 and (228.271 or 160.204) R 124.344, 143.227, 143.333, 281.227, 281.333

281.273 Communication Network Architectures 15 credits
P 160.101 or 228.172

281.281 Analogue Electronic Systems 15 credits
P (124.171 and 124.172) or 124.105 R 124.241, 124.251, 281.251

281.282 Digital Electronic Systems 15 credits

Mechatronics minor

159.270 Hardware-Oriented Computing 15 credits
P 159.100 or 159.101 or 159.172 R 159.236

281.272 Signals and Systems 15 credits
P 281.281 and (228.271 or 160.204) R 124.344, 143.227, 143.333, 281.227, 281.333

281.281 Analogue Electronic Systems 15 credits
P (124.171 and 124.172) or 124.105 R 124.241, 124.251, 281.251

281.282 Digital Electronic Systems 15 credits

282.260 Manufacturing Engineering and Computer Aided Design 15 credits
P (124.104 or 124.172) and (160.101 or 228.172)

Third Part

Core courses (90 credits from)

125.230 Business Finance 15 credits
P 115.114

228.371 Statistical Modelling for Engineers and Technologists 15 credits
P 228.271 R 228.340

287.320 Product Design 15 credits
P 228.211 & 228.212

287.342 Agile Manufacturing 15 credits
R 143.329, 143.342

And for the Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering minor

228.312 Engineering Practice 5: Process Engineering with Constraints 30 credits
P 280.271, 280.272, 228.211, 141.212 C 280.341 R 280.394, 280.346

Or for either Electronics and Computer Engineering or Mechatronics minors

228.311 Engineering Practice 5: Engineering Design with Constraints 30 credits
P 281.281, 281.282, 228.211, 228.212 C 281.384 or 280.341 or 287.342

Minor specialisation courses (30 credits from)

Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering minor

280.371 Process Engineering Operations 15 credits
P 280.271 and 280.272 R 280.391

280.372 Reaction Technologies and Process Modelling 15 credits
P 123.201, 123.271, 228.271, 280.271, 280.272, 280.201 R 280.391 and 280.392

Electronics and Computer Engineering minor

281.374 Communication Systems 15 credits
P 281.272, 281.273 R 143.332, 281.332

281.385 Advanced Electronic Circuits 15 credits
P 281.281, 281.282, 281.272

Mechatronics minor

281.353 Control Engineering 15 credits
P 281.272 R 143.335, 143.346, 281.335, 282.346

282.371 Mechanics and Materials 15 credits
P 124.172 or 124.104

Fourth Part

Core courses (60 credits from)

228.711 Engineering Practice 6: Design Capstone Project 30 credits
P 228.311 or 228.312 R 228485, 280430

228.798 Individual Research Project 30 credits
P 228.311 or 228.312

Minor specialisation courses (15 credits from)

Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering minor

280.702 Process Control 15 credits
P (228.222 or 228.271) and (280.371 or 280.391) R 142.402

Electronics and Computer Engineering minor (15 credits)

281.755 Digital Signal Processing 15 credits
P 281.272 R 124.344, 143.333, 281.333

281.785 Advanced Computer Engineering 15 credits
P 281.384 R 143.474, 281.474

Mechatronics minor

282.778 Mechatronics 15 credits
P 281.353, 282.371 R 143.478, 282.478

Engineering and Innovation Management elective courses (45 credits from)

238.700 Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and Footprinting Principles 15 credits

287.706 New Product Development Practices 15 credits
P 228.311 or 228.312

287.740 Innovation Management 15 credits
P 228.311 or 228.312 R 287.703

287.741 Quality System Development and Management 15 credits
R 287.730

287.742 Business Process Improvement 15 credits
P 228.371 R 287.730

287.743 Lean Operations 15 credits
P 228.311 or 228.312 R 143.331, 143.343, 287.343

287.744 Advanced Manufacturing Strategies 15 credits
P 228.311 or 228.312 R 287.463

Mechatronics (480 credits)

First Part

124.104 Physics 1A: Mechanics and Thermodynamics 15 credits
R 124.101, 124.111, 124.171

124.105 Physics 1B: Electricity, Waves and Modern Physics 15 credits
R 124.102, 124.172

159.100 Introduction to Programming 15 credits

160.101 Calculus 15 credits
R 160.112, 160.133, 228.172

160.102 Algebra 15 credits
R 160.112, 160.133, 228.172

228.115 Engineering and Technology Principles 15 credits
R 141.111 and 228.111

247.114 Science and Sustainability for Engineering and Technology 15 credits
R 247.177, 141.111, 141.112, 228.111, 228.112, 247.155, 119.155, 246.102, 247.111, 247.112, 247.113

Any 100-level 15 credit course

Second Part

159.270 Hardware-Oriented Computing 15 credits
P 159.100 or 159.101 or 159.172 R 159.236

228.211 Engineering Practice 3: Product Development 15 credits
P (228.115, 247.114) or (124.172, 228.172, 228.112 and (123.172 or 159.172) R 141.211

228.212 Engineering Practice 4: Materials & Manufacturing 15 credits
P 228.211, 228.271 and 2 of (281.281, 282.260, 281.273) C 159.270, 281.282 R 141.212

228.271 Engineering Mathematics 2 15 credits
P 228.172 or (160.101 and 160.102) R 228.222, 228.223

281.272 Signals and Systems 15 credits
P 281.281 and (228.271 or 160.204) R 124.344, 143.227, 143.333, 281.227, 281.333

281.281 Analogue Electronic Systems 15 credits
P (124.171 and 124.172) or 124.105 R 124.241, 124.251, 281.251

281.282 Digital Electronic Systems 15 credits

282.260 Manufacturing Engineering and Computer Aided Design 15 credits
P (124.104 or 124.172) and (160.101 or 228.172)

Third Part

228.311 Engineering Practice 5: Engineering Design with Constraints 30 credits
P 281.281, 281.282, 228.211, 228.212 C 281.384 or 280.341 or 287.342

228.371 Statistical Modelling for Engineers and Technologists 15 credits
P 228.271 R 228.340

281.353 Control Engineering 15 credits
P 281.272 R 143.335, 143.346, 281.335, 282.346

281.384 Embedded Systems Design 15 credits
P 159.270, 281.282 R 140.320, 143.339, 281.320, 281.339

282.371 Mechanics and Materials 15 credits
P 124.172 or 124.104

282.372 Mechanism and Component Design 15 credits
P 282.260

282.373 Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics 15 credits
P 124.104 or 124.172

Fourth Part

228.711 Engineering Practice 6: Design Capstone Project 30 credits
P 228.311 or 228.312 R 228485, 280430

228.798 Individual Research Project 30 credits
P 228.311 or 228.312

282.762 Robotics and Automation 15 credits
P 281.384, 282.372 R 143.462, 282.462

282.772 Industrial Systems Design and Integration 15 credits
P 159.270, 282.371, 282.372 R 143.472, 282.472

282.778 Mechatronics 15 credits
P 281.353, 282.371 R 143.478, 282.478

Any 700-level 15 credit course selected from the following prefixes: 158 Information Technology, 159 Computer Science, 281 Electronics and Information Engineering, 282 Mechatronics and Automation Engineering, 287 Industrial Innovation.

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