C6121 - Advanced Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering

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Plan: C6121 - Advanced Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering
Campus: City Campus

Program delivery and structure

Approach to learning and assessment
Work integrated learning
Program structure
Program transition plan

Approach to learning and assessment

After you are enrolled, you will be able to logon to the RMIT Course Guide system to access the learning methodology and assessment procedures for each course.

You will participate in your learning experience through:

  • structured lectures
  • tutorials
  • practical / laboratory exercises based on industry examples
  • simulated work / industry related projects
  • face to face and online student centred learning,
  • hands-on practice and
  • work experience (work integrated learning)

 

Face to Face, online (Blackboard) delivery, laboratory exercises, project based research with presentations and written reports and online assessments are used to facilitate training and learning.

 

Assessment for this program will be Competency-based. Assessment may include:

  • practical / written assessments
  • presentations
  • Journal writing
  • team or individual work-simulated projects

If you have a long term medical condition and/or disability it may be possible to negotiate to vary aspects of the learning or assessment methods. You can contact the program coordinator or the Disability Liaison Unit if you would like to find out more.

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Work integrated learning

RMIT University is committed to providing you with an education that strongly links formal learning with workplace experience. As a student enrolled in this RMIT University program you will be assessed on structured activities that allow you to learn, apply and demonstrate vocational competency.

If you are working, particularly in a job which is related to your studies you will also be learning while at work and may have the opportunity to be assessed in your workplace for some or all of your courses. Feedback from work supervisors and others in the workplace can be used as evidence of competency, and an RMIT University assessor can visit your workplace to observe your work practice.

Apprentices studying this program will be attending the workplace on non-school days.

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Program Structure

This qualification requires completion of the following:
 

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C6121 Courses

C6121 Core Units - Select ALL Eleven (11) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Course Code

Campus

Commission industrial computer systems (UEENEED144A)20EEET7064CCity Campus
Modify-redesign of industrial computer systems (UEENEED145A)20EEET7065CCity Campus
Develop design briefs for electrotechnology projects (UEENEEE015B)40EEET6740CCity Campus
Participate in development and follow a personal competency development plan (UEENEEE038B)20BUSM6211CCity Campus
Contribute to risk management in electrotechnology systems (UEENEEE078B)20BUSM6212CCity Campus
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace (UEENEEE101A)20OHTH5729CCity Campus
Implement and monitor energy sector OHS policies and procedures (UEENEEE117A)20OHTH5730CCity Campus
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work (UEENEEE137A)20OHTH5731CCity Campus
Manage computer systems/electronics projects (UEENEEH141A)40BUSM7828CCity Campus
Design and develop electronics - computer systems projects (UEENEEH188A)40EEET7043CCity Campus
Develop strategies to address environmental and sustainability issues in the energy sector (UEENEEK132A)20EEET7031CCity Campus
AND
C6121 Group A Common and Imported Elective Units - Select Two (2) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Course Code

Campus

Apply material science to solving electrotechnology engineering problems (UEENEEE081A)60EEET7019CCity Campus
Apply physics to solving electrotechnology engineering problems (UEENEEE082A)60ONPS5684CCity Campus
AND
C6121 Group B Qualification Elective Units - Select ALL Nine (9) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Course Code

Campus

Assemble, set-up and test computing devices (UEENEED102A)80EEET7066CCity Campus
UEENEED104A Use software (UEENEED104A)40COSC6138CCity Campus
Support computer hardware and software for engineering applications (UEENEED112A)120EEET7067CCity Campus
Develop web pages for engineering applications (UEENEED129A)40COSC6145CCity Campus
Install and configure a client computer operating system and software (UEENEED143A)40EEET7068CCity Campus
Set up and configure basic local area network (LAN) (UEENEED146A)80COSC6146CCity Campus
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components (UEENEEE102A)40EEET6993CCity Campus
Repairs basic electronic apparatus faults by replacement of components (UEENEEH102A)40EEET7046CCity Campus
Troubleshoot digital sub-systems (UEENEEH112A)80EEET7047CCity Campus
AND
C6121 Group C Qualification Elective Units - Select ALL Three (3) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Course Code

Campus

Install and administer Unix based networked computers (UEENEED113A)80COSC6147CCity Campus
Administer computer networks (UEENEED115A)80COSC6148CCity Campus
Install and configure network systems for internetworking (UEENEED117A)120COSC6149CCity Campus
AND
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C6121 Group D Qualification Elective Units 1 - Select Two (2) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Course Code

Campus

Provide solutions to basic engineering computational problems (UEENEEE126A)60EEET7022CCity Campus
Design and implement network systems for internetworking (UEENEED118A)120COSC6150CCity Campus
OR
C6121 Group D Qualification Elective Units 2 - Select One (1) Course

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Course Code

Campus

Integrate multiple computer operating systems on a client server local area network (UEENEED124A)80COSC6151CCity Campus
Develop energy sector directory services (UEENEED147A)80COSC6152CCity Campus
}
AND
C6121 Group E Qualification Elective Units - Select ALL Three (3) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Course Code

Campus

Plan industrial computer systems projects (UEENEED148A)60BUSM7830CCity Campus
Use advanced computational processes to provide solutions to energy sector engineering problems (UEENEEE127A)120COSC6140CCity Campus
Solve electrotechnical engineering problems (UEENEEE129A)60EEET7061CCity Campus
AND
C6121 Other Elective Units - Select a Minimum of 460 Hours

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Course Code

Campus

Design and manage enterprise computer networks (UEENEED114A)80COSC6153CCity Campus
Develop computer network services (UEENEED116A)120COSC6154CCity Campus
Design and implement advanced routing for internetworking systems (UEENEED119A)100COSC6155CCity Campus
Design and implement remote access for Internetworking systems (UEENEED120A)100COSC6156CCity Campus
Design and implement multi-layer switching for Internetworking systems (UEENEED121A)100COSC6157CCity Campus
Design and implement security for Internetworking systems (UEENEED122A)100COSC6158CCity Campus
Design and implement wireless LANs/WANs for internetworking systems (UEENEED123A)100COSC6159CCity Campus
Develop energy sector computer network applications infrastructure (UEENEED149A)80COSC6160CCity Campus
Design embedded controller control systems (UEENEED152A)80COSC6143CCity Campus
 

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Program transition plan

This Plan of program C6121 is expired and in teachout mode. It is only offered to continuing students till 31st December 2015. From Semester 1, 2015 all new students will commence study in C6121A plan of C6121 program. If you could not complete this plan of program C6121 by 31st December 2015, you would be transition into latest replacement program that currently is C6121A plan of C6121 program.

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