BH091 - Bachelor of Engineering (Computer and Network Engineering) (Honours)/Bachelor of Computer Science

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Plan: BH091CNH23 - Bachelor of Engineering (Computer and Network Engineering) (Honours)/Bachelor of Computer Science
Campus: City Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

Upon completion of Bachelor of Engineering (Computer and Network Engineering) (Honours)/ Bachelor of Computer Science, you will have achieved the following Program Learning Outcomes:

Bachelor of Engineering (Computer and Network Engineering) (Honours)

  1. Demonstrate an in-depth understanding and knowledge of fundamental engineering and scientific theories, principles and concepts and apply advanced technical knowledge in specialist domain of engineering. 
  2. Utilise mathematics and engineering fundamentals, software, tools and techniques to design engineering systems for complex engineering challenges.    
  3. Apply engineering research principles, methods and contemporary technologies and practices to plan and execute projects taking into account ethical, environmental and global impacts.   
  4. Apply systematic problem solving, design methods and information and project management to propose and implement creative and sustainable solutions with intellectual independence and cultural sensitivity. 
  5. Communicate respectfully and effectively with diverse audiences, employing a range of communication methods, practising professional and ethical conduct.
  6. Develop and demonstrate the capacity for autonomy, agility and reflection of own learning, career and professional development and conduct.  
  7. Collaborate and contribute as an effective team member in diverse, multi-level, multi-disciplinary teams, with commitment to First Nations peoples and globally inclusive perspectives and participation.   

Bachelor of Computer Science

  1. Knowledge: Apply a broad and coherent set of knowledge and skills for developing user-centric computing solutions for contemporary societal challenges.
  2. Problem Solving: Apply systematic problem solving and decision-making methodologies to identify, design and implement computing solutions to real world problems, demonstrating the ability to work independently to self-manage processes and projects
  3. Cognitive and Technical Skills: Critically analyse and evaluate user requirements and design systems employing software development tools, techniques and emerging technologies.
  4. Communication: Communicate effectively with diverse audiences, employing a range of communication methods in both computing and non-computing personnel.
  5. Collaboration: Demonstrate effective teamwork and collaboration by using tools and practices to manage and meet project deliverables.
  6. Responsibility and Accountability: Demonstrate integrity, ethical conduct, sustainable and culturally inclusive professional standards, including First Nations knowledges and input in designing and implementing computing solutions.
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