On-Campus – Bachelor of Science (Mechanical Engineering)

CRICOS Course Code: 095815G

Course Overview

BMEOC

Mechanical engineers are responsible for the design, manufacture, and operational processes of anything that moves, from the tiniest, simplest micro-particles to the largest, most complex spacecraft and everything in between. As a mechanical engineer, you have a skill set that is applicable to many industries in the world, including automotive, transport, manufacturing, power generation, medical, consumer goods, and more. This practical qualification will ensure you graduate job-ready as a mechanical engineering technologist. Upon completion of this program, you will gain skills and knowledge in the latest mechanical engineering technologies.

At a glance

Duration
  • 36 Months
Study Mode
  • On Campus
Fees
Location
  • Perth
Intakes
22 Feb 2021, 26 Jul 2021
Course Type
  • Bachelors

Program Details

Mechanical engineering is the field of engineering that applies physics and the material sciences to develop machinery. Mechanical engineers use the principles of force, energy, and motion to improve the safety, efficiency, and technological advancement of the world around us.

With this qualification, you will have acquired the essential knowledge which underpins both this and other fields of engineering. More importantly, you will have become a mechanical engineering technologist.

The degree consists of a combination of core units, sub-discipline specific ‘stream’ units, industrial work experience, and a final year project. The program duration is three years full-time. We deliver units over two semesters per year, and you will take 4.5 units per semester. There will be a short mid-semester break and extended breaks between semesters.

Year One

Semester Unit Code Subjects Credit Points
Semester 1 BSC101C Engineering Mathematics 1 (Core) 3
Semester 1 BSC102C Electrical Circuit Theory and Analysis (Core) 3
Semester 1 BSC103C Engineering Dynamics and Mechanics (Core) 3
Semester 1 BSC203C Engineering Design and Drawing (Core) 3
Semester 1 BSC109C
(Part A)
Industrial Experience Research Project 0
Semester 2 BSC104C Engineering Mathematics 2 (Core) 3
Semester 2 BSC201C Engineering Programming (Core) 3
Semester 2 BME106S Hydraulics and Pneumatics 3
Semester 2 BSC107C Physics and Chemistry for Engineers (Core) 3
Semester 2 BSC109C
(Part B)
Industrial Experience Research Project 3
Holidays BSC110C Industrial Experience 0

Year Two

Semester Unit Code Subjects Credit Points
Semester 1 BME108S Pumps, Seals, Compressors and Turbines 3
Semester 1 BSC105C Mechanics of Machines (Core) 3
Semester 1 BSC202C Engineering Mathematics 3 (Core) 3
Semester 1 BME205S Process Plant Layout, Piping and Pipeline Systems 3
Semester 1 BSC302C
(Part A)
Project Planning, Management and Costing (Core) 0
Semester 2 BME204S Mechanical Design 3
Semester 2 BME206S Fluid Mechanics 3
Semester 2 BME207S Thermodynamics 3
Semester 2 BME209S Automation, Measurement and Control 3
Semester 2 BSC302C
(Part B)
Project Planning, Management and Costing (Core) 3
Holidays BSC210C Industrial Experience 0

Year Three

Semester Unit Code Subjects Credit Points
Semester 1 BME208S Energy Systems 3
Semester 1 BME301S Lubrication, Maintenance and Condition Monitoring 3
Semester 1 BME303S Heat and Mass Transfer 3
Semester 1 BME304S Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning Systems 3
Semester 1 BSC305C
(Part A)
Technology, Sustainability and Society (Core) 0
Semester 2 BME306S Manufacturing Processes and Technology 3
Semester 2 BSC307C Final Year Project (Mechanical Engineering) 9
Semester 2 BSC305C
(Part B)
Technology, Sustainability and Society (Core) 3

Additional Mandatory Units

Semester Unit Code Subjects Credit Points
N/A BXX001 Hands-on Workshop 1 0
N/A BXX002 Hands-on Workshop 2 0
N/A BXX003 Hands-on Workshop 3 0
N/A BXX004 Hands-on Workshop 4 0

Work-Integrated Learning

EIT’s Bachelor of Science programs require students to undertake 240 hours of paid or unpaid professional work-integrated learning.  This can incorporate paid or unpaid internships, site visits, contributing to industry projects, and networking activities.

In undertaking an internship, students will interact with employees and become exposed to organizational policy and culture. You will familiarize yourself with organizational communication procedures, a variety of engineering disciplines, and obtain insight and practical aptitude in projects from the planning phase to completion.

If you already have some work experience in the relevant engineering field, you may apply to have credit granted by completing the associated recognition of prior learning form.

Entry into our on-campus study mode requires applicants to hold:

  1. A Year 12 Australian Senior Certificate of Education (or equivalent for international students), completed within the past two years, with the following level of achievement in maths:
  • WA – WACE scaled score of 50.0 or more.
  • ACT – a scaled mark of 125 or more
  • NSW – performance Band 2 or above
  • QLD – a level of Sound Achievement (S) or above
  • SA/NT – a grade of C- or higher or a Subject achievement score of 10 or more
  • TAS – an award of Satisfactory Achievement or above
  • VIC – a study score of 25 or above

A minimum ATAR score is not an admissions requirement.

Applicants who have completed Year 12 (or equivalent for International Students) more than two years ago will also need to show relevant work experience in the field of study applied for; OR

  1. A relevant (to the sub-discipline) Engineering AQF Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Associate Degree (or higher) with successful completion of all Maths units/modules; OR
  2. An overseas qualification equivalent to Point 2 above from a structured program of learning that leads to the full or partial achievement of an officially accredited qualification undertaken at a tertiary institution such as a university, government technical college, or government recognized private college (EIT assesses overseas qualifications using Australian Government guidelines to determine their comparability to qualifications); OR
  3. International Baccalaureate (IB) Completion with a minimum score of 24 including English and Maths completion; OR
  4. Foundation studies or bridging course completion in a relevant discipline with completion of Mathematics and English. e.g., Engineering enabling course; AND
  5. Satisfactory English language proficiency at an English pass level in an Australian Senior Certificate of Education (or equivalent for international students); OR
  6. A specified level of achievement in a recognized English language test such as IELTS  at a score of at least 6.0 (with no individual band score less than 5.5); or  (or equivalent) as outlined in the EIT Admissions Policy

English

All higher education students studying on campus must complete an English proficiency test during orientation week. If you fail the initial test, you must complete additional English language support classes. If you fail again, you will be considered a student at risk and managed in accordance with EIT’s Student at Risk Policy.

Please Note: Meeting the minimum admission criteria does not guarantee entry to our programs.  All applications will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Course fees

Domestic Per Year : AUD $9,000.00
Domestic Total : AUD $27,000.00
International Per Year : AUD $22,750.00
International Total : AUD $68,250.00

Payment Methods

Learn more about payment methods, including payment terms & conditions and additional non-tuition fees.

Like all Australian higher education providers and universities, EIT programs are accredited by the exacting standards of the Australian Government’s Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA). This bachelor’s degree is provisionally accredited by Engineers Australia under the Sydney Accord. It is internationally recognized under the International Engineering Alliance (IEA) accords and the various signatories.

Find out more about country-specific accreditation and professional recognition.

Potential job roles include engineering and management positions in the following areas of expertise:

  • Mechanical design and manufacturing
  • Material fabrication
  • Mechanical power
  • Thermal power and diesel engines
  • Mechanical engineering contracts, sales, commissioning and consultation
  • Building systems
  • Industrial operations and maintenance
  • Mechanical project management and business development
  • Automotive engineering
  • Acoustics
  • Fluid mechanics, hydraulics, pumps and piping
  • Lubrication

Our bachelor’s degrees take three years to complete full-time. Full-time students will spend about 40 hours per week on study. This includes attending tutorials.

Applications are open for both our January and June intakes. You must submit your application at least four weeks before the start date to be considered for your desired intake.

A census date is the date at which an enrolment is considered to be final. Any withdrawal you make after the study period census date will incur an academic penalty (for example, a fail grade) and a financial penalty (for example, no refund of your student contribution or tuition fees). See our current census dates.

Any student has a right to appeal a decision of the Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) or any member of the institute’s staff. EIT has a comprehensive Policy on Appeals and Grievances to assist students.

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