BH089 - Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) (Honours)/Bachelor of Business

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Plan: BH089MEH23 - Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) (Honours)/Bachelor of Business
Campus: City Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

The Program Learning Outcomes have been aligned with recognised standards for Bachelor of Engineering degrees to obtain national accreditation by Engineers Australia. Upon completion of the Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) (Honours), you will have achieved the following Program Learning Outcomes:

  1. Demonstrate a coherent and advanced understanding of scientific theories, principles and concepts and engineering fundamentals within the engineering discipline.
  2. Demonstrate a coherent and advanced body of knowledge within the engineering discipline.
  3. Demonstrate advanced knowledge of the scope, principles, norms, accountabilities, bounds, design practice and research trends of contemporary engineering practice including sustainable practice.
  4. Apply knowledge of established engineering methods to the solution of complex problems in the engineering discipline.
  5. Utilise mathematics, software tools, and techniques, referencing appropriate engineering standards and codes of practice, in the design of complex engineering systems.
  6. Use a systems engineering approach to synthesize and apply procedures for design, prototyping and testing to manage complex engineering projects.
  7. Apply research principles and methods, taking into account risk and environmental and global context, to plan and execute complex projects.
  8. Communicate engineering designs and solutions respectfully and effectively, employing a range of advanced communication methods, in an individual or team environment, to diverse audiences.
  9. Demonstrate the capacity for personal accountability, professional and ethical conduct, intellectual independence, cultural sensitivity, autonomy, adaptability, and reflection on own learning and career when undertaking engineering projects.
  10. Critically analyse, evaluate, and transform information, while exercising professional judgement, in an engineering context.
  11. Collaborate and contribute as an effective team member or leader in diverse, multi-disciplinary teams, with commitment to First Nations peoples and/or globally inclusive perspectives and participation in an engineering context.

Upon the completion of the Bachelor of Business, you will have achieved the following Program Learning Outcomes:

  1. Explain your role as a local, national and global citizen and be able to apply these perspectives in business contexts. 
  2. Integrate business knowledge, social intelligence and ethical decision-making in ways that are inclusive and culturally-appropriate to produce outcomes that are impactful, sustainable and fair. 
  3. Analyse complex challenges and formulate innovative solutions in real-world contexts. 
  4. Reflect on and continuously progress your own professional development, enhancing your intellectual agility and adaptability as tools for success in ever-changing business contexts.
  5. Coherently articulate technical and conceptual business knowledge that is both contemporary and interdisciplinary
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