MC254 - Master of Engineering (Environmental Engineering)

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Plan: MC254 - Master of Engineering (Environmental Engineering)
Campus: City Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

Program Learning Outcomes*:

  1. Demonstrate an advanced and integrated understanding of engineering theories, principles and concepts within multi-disciplinary engineering practice.
  2. Demonstrate an advanced and integrated understanding of specialist bodies of knowledge within the engineering discipline.
  3. Demonstrate advanced and integrated knowledge of the scope, principles, norms, accountabilities, and bounds and a critical appreciation of trends in contemporary practice, sustainability, research and innovation in the engineering discipline. 
  4. Apply advanced knowledge of established engineering methods in the analysis of complex problems in the engineering discipline.
  5. Utilise advanced mathematics, software, tools and techniques, in the conduct of research into the design and analysis of complex engineering systems.
  6. Use a systems engineering approach to synthesize and apply procedures for design, prototyping and testing to develop creative, sustainable and integrated solutions to complex engineering problems. 
  7. Apply advanced contemporary engineering technologies and practices and research principles and methods, taking into account risk and economic, social, 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 interpreting and transmitting knowledge, 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 critical reflection on own learning and career when undertaking engineering projects.
  10. Critically analyse, evaluate, and transform information, while exercising professional expert judgement in a dynamic environment in the absence of complete data, in an engineering context. 
  11. Collaborate and contribute as an effective team member or leader in diverse specialist and multi-disciplinary teams, with commitment to First Nations peoples and/or globally inclusive perspectives and participation in an engineering context.

*As a  Master's program of two years full time duration, this program is designed to develop Stage1 and Stage 2 EA professional engineering competency requirements.

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