C6131 - Advanced Diploma of Engineering (Aeronautical)

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RMIT program code: C6131
Plan name: Advanced Diploma of Engineering (Aeronautical)
Plan code: C6131
National Program Code: MEM60112
Campus: City Campus
Full-Time Duration: 2 Years
Minimum Nominal Hours: 1200
CRICOS code: 095308E

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2018 Enrolment Program Structure

This qualification requires the completion of the following:

  C6131 Courses
 

7 core courses and 23 elective courses.

Attendance to the School's Enrolment Information Session and Induction session is required to ensure you receive all the information your require about the program; its prerequisites and corequisites and how to successfully achieve this qualification.

Information regarding your section or group will be provided at these sessions.

This program has prerequisites and corequisites that you must satisfy prior to enrolling.

To check your section/group timetable and class number, please go to the Timetable page at: www1.rmit.edu.au/timetabling/sehve

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C6131 Courses

Please refer to the grouping instructions below for first year, second year and part-time students.

Commencing in semester 1 2018

If you are commencing the program in semester 1 2018 you will be allocated into one of the following section codes after an Enrolment Information session:

  • AR1A
  • AR1B
  • AR1C

If you are intending on or considering studying part-time, please obtain academic advice prior to enrolling.

Continuing students

If you are continuing into second year and returning to study in semester 1 2018, you will need to enrol into one of the following sections (ensuring that you have satisfied all prerequisites):

  • AR3A
  • AR3B

C6131 Core Units - Select ALL Seven (7) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Organise and communicate information (MEM16006A)20YesEMPL5568CCity Campus1516 (AR1A)
1569 (AR1B)
1700 (AR1C)
1924 (MC1A)
1925 (MC1B)
1926 (MC1C)
1927 (MC1D)
1932 (MC1E)
2521 (CV1A)
2522 (CV1B)
2523 (CV1C)
2524 (CV1D)
2525 (CV1E)
2621 (TE1A)
1868 (MMY1)
2020 (CM1A)
2021 (CM1B)
2064 (TE2A)
Interact with computing technology (MEM16008A)20YesCOSC5928CCity Campus1515 (AR1A)
1566 (AR1B)
1699 (AR1C)
1902 (MC1A)
1903 (MC1B)
1904 (MC1C)
1905 (MC1D)
1906 (MC1E)
1867 (MMY1)
Perform engineering activities (MEM22001A)60YesEMPL5570CCity Campus1651 (AR3A)
1692 (AR3B)
2230 (MC2A)
2231 (MC2B)
2232 (MC2C)
2463 (MMY2)
Manage self in the engineering environment (MEM22002A)40YesEMPL5873CCity Campus2037 (MC1A)
2038 (MC1B)
2039 (MC1C)
2040 (MC1D)
2041 (MC1E)
2509 (CV1A)
2510 (CV1B)
2511 (CV1C)
2512 (CV1D)
2513 (CV1E)
2617 (TE1A)
1466 (AR3A)
1493 (AR3B)
1871 (MMY1)
2018 (CM1A)
2019 (CM1B)
2060 (TE2A)
Select common engineering materials (MEM30007A)40YesPROC5277CCity Campus1518 (AR1A)
1573 (AR1B)
1702 (AR1C)
1975 (MC1A)
1976 (MC1B)
1977 (MC1C)
1978 (MC1D)
1979 (MC1E)
2526 (CV1A)
2527 (CV1B)
2528 (CV1C)
2529 (CV1D)
2530 (CV1E)
2619 (TE1A)
1870 (MMY1)
2022 (CM1A)
2023 (CM1B)
2062 (TE2A)
Apply mathematical techniques in a manufacturing engineering or related environment (MEM30012A)40YesMATH5268CCity Campus1517 (AR1A)
1572 (AR1B)
1701 (AR1C)
1970 (MC1A)
1971 (MC1B)
1972 (MC1C)
1973 (MC1D)
1974 (MC1E)
2531 (CV1A)
2532 (CV1B)
2533 (CV1C)
2534 (CV1D)
2535 (CV1E)
2620 (TE1A)
1869 (MMY1)
2024 (CM1A)
2025 (CM1B)
2063 (TE2A)
Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices (MSAENV272B)30YesEASC5047CCity Campus2056 (MC1A)
2057 (MC1B)
2058 (MC1C)
2059 (MC1D)
2060 (MC1E)
2489 (CV1A)
2490 (CV1B)
2491 (CV1C)
2492 (CV1D)
2493 (CV1E)
2572 (CV2A)
2573 (CV2B)
2574 (CV2C)
2575 (CV2D)
1350 (AR1A)
1412 (AR1B)
1530 (AR1C)
1872 (MMY1)
2012 (CM1A)
2013 (CM1B)
2048 (CM2A)
2049 (CM2B)
AND

C6131 Group A General Elective Units - Select Eight (8) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Interpret occupational health and safety practices in aviation maintenance (MEA101B)40YesOHTH5522CCity Campus1519 (AR1A)
1574 (AR1B)
1703 (AR1C)
Apply quality standards applicable to aviation maintenance processes (MEA105C)20YesAERO5962CCity Campus1524 (AR1A)
1581 (AR1B)
1708 (AR1C)
Interpret and use aviation maintenance industry manuals and specifications (MEA107B)20YesAERO5798CCity Campus1520 (AR1A)
1576 (AR1B)
1704 (AR1C)
Complete aviation maintenance industry documentation (MEA108B)20YesAERO5799CCity Campus1521 (AR1A)
1575 (AR1B)
1705 (AR1C)
Perform basic hand skills, standard trade practices and fundamentals in aviation maintenance (MEA109B)80YesMIET6172CCity Campus1522 (AR1A)
1577 (AR1B)
1706 (AR1C)
Lay out and set up aircraft systems (MEA340A)120YesAERO5815CCity Campus1348 (AR1A)
1398 (AR1B)
1527 (AR1C)
Apply basic aircraft design characteristics (MEA341A)120YesAERO5819CCity Campus1465 (AR3A)
1492 (AR3B)
Operate computer-aided design (CAD) system to produce basic drawing elements (MEM30031A)40YesMIET7057CCity Campus1525 (AR1A)
1583 (AR1B)
1709 (AR1C)
2064 (MC1A)
2065 (MC1B)
2066 (MC1C)
2067 (MC1D)
2068 (MC1E)
2494 (CV1A)
2495 (CV1B)
2496 (CV1C)
2497 (CV1D)
2498 (CV1E)
1873 (MMY1)
2014 (CM1A)
2015 (CM1B)
AND

C6131 Group B Specialist Elective Units - Select Fifteen (15) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Apply basic aircraft power plant design characteristics (MEA342A)120YesAERO5820CCity Campus1653 (AR3A)
1694 (AR3B)
Apply basic scientific principles and techniques in aeronautical engineering situations (MEA349B)120YesAERO5960CCity Campus1523 (AR1A)
1578 (AR1B)
1707 (AR1C)
Select and test aeronautical engineering materials (MEA350A)80YesAERO5822CCity Campus1349 (AR1A)
1408 (AR1B)
1529 (AR1C)
Represent aeronautical engineering designs (MEM09143A)80YesMIET6324CCity Campus1351 (AR1A)
1415 (AR1B)
1532 (AR1C)
Apply computer aided modelling and data management techniques to aeronautical engineering designs (MEM09153A)80YesAERO5951CCity Campus1654 (AR3A)
1695 (AR3B)
Plan and design aeronautical engineering projects (MEM14065A)60YesAERO5952CCity Campus1468 (AR3A)
1495 (AR3B)
Apply aeronautical engineering fundamentals to support design and development of engineering project (MEM14083A)60YesMIET6325CCity Campus1652 (AR3A)
1693 (AR3B)
Apply basic electro and control scientific principles and techniques in aeronautical engineering sit (MEM23052A)60YesMIET6326CCity Campus1352 (AR1A)
1416 (AR1B)
1533 (AR1C)
Select and apply aeronautical engineering methods, processes and construction techniques (MEM23073A)60YesMIET6327CCity Campus1467 (AR3A)
1494 (AR3B)
Apply scientific principles and techniques in aeronautical engineering situations (MEM23084A)60YesAERO5955CCity Campus1655 (AR3A)
1696 (AR3B)
Apply aeronautical system design principles and techniques in aeronautical engineering situations (MEM23095A)60YesAERO5956CCity Campus1469 (AR3A)
1496 (AR3B)
Apply automated systems principles and techniques in aeronautical engineering situations (MEM23097A)60YesAERO5957CCity Campus1656 (AR3A)
1697 (AR3B)
Apply technical mathematics (MEM23004A)80YesMATH7062CCity Campus1657 (AR3A)
1698 (AR3B)
2468 (MMY1)
2605 (CM2A)
2606 (CM2B)
1697 (MC1A)
1698 (MC1B)
1699 (MC1C)
1700 (MC1D)
1701 (MC1E)
1962 (CV1A)
1963 (CV1B)
1964 (CV1C)
1965 (CV1D)
1966 (CV1E)
Apply calculus to engineering tasks (MEM23007A)80YesMATH7063CCity Campus2235 (MC2A)
2236 (MC2B)
2237 (MC2C)
2597 (CM4A)
1470 (AR3A)
1497 (AR3B)
1880 (MMY2)
2032 (CV2A)
2033 (CV2B)
2034 (CV2C)
2035 (CV2D)
Operate and program computers and/or controllers in engineering situations (MEM23003A)80YesMIET6328CCity Campus2464 (MMY2)1353 (AR1A)
1417 (AR1B)
1534 (AR1C)
1632 (MC1A)
1633 (MC1B)
1634 (MC1C)
1635 (MC1D)
1636 (MC1E)
1876 (MMY1)
 

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Program structure enquiries

Dr Amita Iyer
Program Manager
School of Vocational Engineering, Health and Sciences 
115 Queensberry Street
Carlton VIC 3053

Building 57, Level 5
Tel: +61 3 9925 4468
Fax: +61 3 9925 4189

Email: amita.iyer@rmit.edu.au

 

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Tel: +61 3 9925 5000

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