BH096 - Bachelor of Environmental Science/Bachelor of Engineering (Environmental Engineering) (Honours)

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RMIT program code: BH096
Plan name: Bachelor of Environmental Science/Bachelor of Engineering (Environmental Engineering) (Honours)
Plan code: BH096ESDD
Campus: City Campus
Credit points per semester:
Full time: 48
Part time: 24
CRICOS code: 079786G

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2018 Enrolment Program Structure

For students who commence their study in this program from 1 January 2016 onwards, please note that some courses listed in this structure will have their course marks count toward your program's weighted average mark. Your weighted average mark will determine the honours level of your award once you have completed the program. If a course counts toward your weighted average mark, that fact will be stated in its course guide. In Enrolment Online, after you completed your course enrolment, you will be notified which of the enrolled courses will count toward the weighted average mark.

Year One of Program
ANDYear Two of Program
ANDYear Three of Program
ANDYear Four of Program
ANDYear Five of Program
AND(Environmental Biology Minor
OREnvironmental Chemistry Minor
ORGroundwater Minor (Engineering)
)

For more information about the weighted average mark, please click here.

2018 Transition Plan - please see BH096 program handbook, orthe 2018 transitionmap that tablesthe new Engineering courses ateach year level for more information.

Important:If you have successfully completed any of the old courses before the commencement of Semester 1, 2018 it will continue to count as a core course in your program and contribute towards the successful completion of your program.

Total number of credit points needed to complete this bachelor degree is 480 credit points or 40 courses equivalent. This consists of:

- 18 Environmental Science courses: 14 compulsory and Four (4) Environmental Science(Environmental Biology or Chemistry)minorcourses;

- 21 Environmental Engineering courses: 17 compulsory and Four (4)Groundwater Minor (Engineering) minor courses; and

- One (1) University elective.

Credit Transfer andRecognitionof Prior Learning (RPL)

At RMIT you canapply for creditso your previous learning or experience counts toward your RMIT program.

Lodge the relevant credit/RPL form(s) on theRMIT Connect Student Portalas soon as possible(so you can enrol the correct courses for this semester) along with all your supporting documents, e.g. transcript, resume, reference letters etc.

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Year One of Program

Not all courses run every semester and the following is the recommended sequence of courses for full-time students (without any credit transfer or advanced standing) commencing in the relevant semester:

Semester 1

ENVI1146 The Changing Environment

CHEM1014 Environmental Chemistry 1A

ONPS2334 Scientific Skills and Communication

MATH2128 Engineering Mathematics B

Semester 2

ENVI1142 Life on Earth

CHEM1015 Environmental Chemistry 1B

PHYS2066 Energy and Earth's Environment

MATH2129 Mathematics and Statics

Complete the following Eight (8) Courses:
Course TitleCredit PointsPrereqs/ CoreqsCourse CodeCampusSemester 1 ClassSemester 2 Class
Environmental Chemistry 1A12YesCHEM1014City Campus2225
Scientific Skills and Communication12ONPS2334City Campus14851672
Engineering Mathematics B12YesMATH2128City Campus2683
The Changing Environment12ENVI1146City Campus1481
Environmental Chemistry 1B12YesCHEM1015City Campus2188
Energy and Earth's Environment12YesPHYS2066City Campus1423
Life on Earth12YesENVI1142City Campus21362119
Mathematics and Statics12YesMATH2129City Campus2671
AND

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Year Two of Program

2018 Transition Plan -

OENG1166 Introduction to Professional Engineering Practice replacesCIVE1185 Engineering Practice (Skills for Engineering).

Not all courses run every semester and the following is the recommended sequence of courses for full-time students:

Semester 1

ENVI1008The Hydrosphere

EASC1075 Geology

OENG1166 Introduction to Professional Engineering Practice

CIVE1184 Hydrogeology

Semester 2

ENVI1009 Ecology

ENVI1012 The Soil Environment

CIVE1186 Engineering Practice 2 (Environmental Principles for Sustainable Design)

CIVE1178 Geotechnical Engineering 1

Complete the following Six (6) Courses:
Course TitleCredit PointsPrereqs/ CoreqsCourse CodeCampusSemester 1 ClassSemester 2 Class
The Hydrosphere12YesENVI1008City Campus1477
Introduction to Professional Engineering Practice12OENG1166City Campus2901(FF)
Engineering Practice 2 (Environmental Principles for Sustainable Design)12CIVE1186City Campus3036(FF)
Ecology12YesENVI1009City Campus2114
Geology12YesEASC1075City Campus2995(FF)
The Soil Environment12YesENVI1012City Campus1463
AND
Complete Two (2) Courses from the Groundwater Minor (Engineering): Please refer to the list of Groundwater Minor (Engineering) courses at the end of this program structure document.
AND

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Year Three of Program

2018 Transition Plan -

- OENG1035 Solid waste Management & LCA replacesOENG1035 Urban systems 1.

- MATH2114 Numerical methods & Statistics for Engineers replaces MATH2123 Mathematics and Statistics.

Not all courses run every semester and the following is the recommended sequence of courses for full-time students:

Semester 1

ENVI1011 The Atmosphere

OENG1036 Pollution Control

OENG1035 Solid Waste Management and LCA

One (1)Environmental Biology or Chemistry minor

Semester 2

EASC1076 Geological Site Investigation

MATH2114 Numerical Methods/Statistics for Engineers

CIVE1145 Catchment Water Management

One (1)Environmental Biology or Chemistry minor

Complete the following Five (5) Courses:
Course TitleCredit PointsPrereqs/ CoreqsCourse CodeCampusSemester 1 ClassSemester 2 Class
The Atmosphere12YesENVI1011City Campus1478
Pollution Control12YesOENG1036City Campus2949(FF)
Geological Site Investigation12YesEASC1076City Campus2964(FF)
Solid Waste Management and LCA12YesOENG1035City Campus2880(FF)
Numerical Methods/Statistics for Engineers12YesMATH2114City Campus2669
AND
Complete One (1) Course from the Groundwater Minor (Engineering): Please refer to the list of Groundwater Minor (Engineering) courses at the end of this program structure document.
AND
Select and Complete Two (2) Courses from either the Environmental Biology or Environmental Chemistry Minor (Note: You will need to complete this minor in Year Four): Please refer to the list of courses at the end of this program structure document.
AND

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Year Four of Program

2018 Transition Plan -

-OENG1037 Urban Systems replacesOENG1037 Urban Systems 2.

-OENG1039 Land Contamination and Remediation replacesOENG1039 Land Contamination and Geohazards

Not all courses run every semester and the following is the recommended sequence of courses for full-time students:

Semester 1

CIVE1217 Engineering Economics and Infrastructure Planning

CIVE1199 Waste Water Treatment and Recycling

CIVE1181 Water Engineering

One (1)Environmental Biology or Chemistry minor

Semester 2

OENG1037 Urban Systems

OENG1038 Environmental Analysis

OENG1039 Land Contamination and Remediation

One (1)Environmental Biology or Chemistry minor

Complete the following Five (5) Courses:
Course TitleCredit PointsPrereqs/ CoreqsCourse CodeCampusSemester 1 ClassSemester 2 Class
Urban Systems12YesOENG1037City Campus2856(FF)
Engineering Economics and Infrastructure Planning12CIVE1217City Campus3071(FF)
Waste Water Treatment and Recycling12CIVE1199City Campus2889(FF)
Environmental Analysis12YesOENG1038City Campus2920(FF)
Land Contamination and Remediation12YesOENG1039City Campus2857(FF)
AND
Complete One (1) Course from the Groundwater Minor (Engineering): Please refer to the list of Groundwater Minor (Engineering) courses at the end of this program structure document.
AND
Select and Complete Two (2) Courses from either the Environmental Biology or Environmental Chemistry Minor (Note:You need to complete the minor you selected in Year Three) Please refer to the list of courses at the end of this program structure document
AND

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Year Five of Program

2018 Transition Plan -

- OENG1167 Engineering Capstone Project Part A and a Fourth Yearoption coursefrom your Program structure replacesOENG1096 Integrated Workplace Project 1 of 24 credit points.

-OENG1168 Engineering Capstone Project Part B replacesOENG1042 Integrated Workplace Project 2. If you have successfully completedOENG1096 Integrated Workplace Project 1 (24cp) in 2017, you will be able to complete OENG1042 Integrated Workplace Project 2 in Semester 1 2018.

Not all courses run every semester and the following is the recommended sequence of courses for full-time students:

Semester 1

ENVI1145Environmental Sampling and Analysis

OENG1167Engineering Capstone Project Part A

OENG1041 Ethics, Policy and Law in Environmental Engineering

One (1)University elective

Semester 2

OENG1168Engineering Capstone Project Part B

ONPS2186 Science Project

CIVE1122 Advanced Hydrogeology

ENVI1225 Professional Environmental Scientist or OENG1165 Professional Engineering Experience

Complete the following Five (5) Courses:
Course TitleCredit PointsPrereqs/ CoreqsCourse CodeCampusSemester 1 ClassSemester 2 Class
Environmental Sampling and Analysis12YesENVI1145City Campus1480
Engineering Capstone Project Part A12YesOENG1167City Campus2900(FF)3582
Ethics, Policy and Law in Environmental Engineering12OENG1041City Campus2881(FF)
Engineering Capstone Project Part B12YesOENG1168City Campus2880(FF)
AND
Select and Complete One (1) of the following Courses (Note: You should normally enrol in ONPS 2186. ENVI 1144 is a select entry course which has a materials fee and other associated costs for students that have been accepted into the Viet Nam project):
Course TitleCredit PointsPrereqs/ CoreqsCourse CodeCampusSemester 1 ClassSemester 2 Class
Science Project12YesONPS2186City Campus14841470
AND
Complete One (1) of the following Courses:
Course TitleCredit PointsPrereqs/ CoreqsCourse CodeCampusSemester 1 ClassSemester 2 Class
Water Engineering12YesCIVE1181City Campus2992(FF)
Catchment Water Management12YesCIVE1145City Campus2859(FF)
Geotechnical Engineering 112YesCIVE1178City Campus2936(FF)
Advanced Hydrogeology12YesCIVE1122City Campus2858(FF)
AND
Select and Complete One (1) Course from any:
University Elective
AND
(

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Environmental Biology Minor

Complete Two (2) of these Third Year Courses:
Course TitleCredit PointsPrereqs/ CoreqsCourse CodeCampusSemester 1 ClassSemester 2 Class
Plant Structure and Function12YesBIOL2156City Campus2236
Animal Diversity12YesBIOL2151City Campus2235
Plant Diversity12YesBIOL2270City Campus2004
Animal Structure and Function12YesBIOL2258City Campus2372
AND
Complete Two (2) of these Fourth Year Courses:
Course TitleCredit PointsPrereqs/ CoreqsCourse CodeCampusSemester 1 ClassSemester 2 Class
Marine Biology12YesBIOL2255City Campus2411
Environmental Biotechnology12YesBIOL2324City Campus2038
Ecotoxicology12YesBIOL2162City Campus2203
OR

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Environmental Chemistry Minor

Complete Two (2) of these Third Year Courses:
Course TitleCredit PointsPrereqs/ CoreqsCourse CodeCampusSemester 1 ClassSemester 2 Class
Environmental Chemistry 2A12YesCHEM1058City Campus2233
Environmental Chemistry 2B12YesCHEM1059City Campus2198
AND
Complete Two (2) of these Forth Year Courses:
Course TitleCredit PointsPrereqs/ CoreqsCourse CodeCampusSemester 1 ClassSemester 2 Class
Environmental Chemistry 3A12YesCHEM1085City Campus2240
Environmental Chemistry 3B12YesCHEM1086City Campus2204
OR

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Groundwater Minor (Engineering)

Complete the following Course:
Course TitleCredit PointsPrereqs/ CoreqsCourse CodeCampusSemester 1 ClassSemester 2 Class
Hydrogeology12YesCIVE1184City Campus2887(FF)
AND
Complete Three (3) of the following Courses:
Course TitleCredit PointsPrereqs/ CoreqsCourse CodeCampusSemester 1 ClassSemester 2 Class
Water Engineering12YesCIVE1181City Campus2992(FF)
Catchment Water Management12YesCIVE1145City Campus2859(FF)
Geotechnical Engineering 112YesCIVE1178City Campus2936(FF)
Advanced Hydrogeology12YesCIVE1122City Campus2858(FF)
Marine and Geological Systems (MAGS)12YesEASC1082City Campus2891(FF)
)

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