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Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)(Electrical and Electronic)

Degree Type Honours Bachelor

Duration 4 years full-time or part-time equiv.

SATAC Code 314201

CRICOS 082096G

Electrical and electronic engineers are responsible for the great enabling technologies of our time. They design anything that uses electricity, often working on the cutting edge of technology, using mathematics, science, software, and management skills to solve problems and put the ‘smarts’ into complex systems.

Electrical and electronic engineers provide the power our society needs; they design electronic and computing technologies that enable modern lives; they develop the communications networks and protocols that connect people; and they work to sustain human development through medical technology and new energy technologies.

Industries grow and change over time. Today Australia needs electrical and electronic engineers in the mining and power distribution industries; tomorrow they may be needed to support financial computing services, or to develop the technology for advanced manufacturing. Whatever the future holds, electrical and electronic engineers will be at the forefront of technological change.

This degree is highly regarded and graduates have secured important roles in leading technology companies worldwide. Graduates receive a solid technical foundation so that they have opportunities to work in many specialist areas. They are equipped with lifelong learning skills so they are able to change specialisations over the course of their careers.

A strong core curriculum of professional practice, systems engineering and engineering management runs through this degree and ensures its graduates are career-ready.

As part of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical and Electronic) students will have the opportunity to undertake a major in Autonomous Systems, Biomedical Engineering, Communication Systems, Computer Engineering or Renewable Energy.

  • Entry Requirements

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    SATAC Code 314201
    2016 CSP ATAR 81.3
    Adelaide Approved Score 80
    2016 CSP IB 28
    Mid-year entry? Yes
    Deferment? Yes - 2 year
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    Selection Criteria
    Year 12 applicants
    You must not have completed more than 2 years full time equivalent university study (48 units). You compete for a place with your Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR).
    Prerequisites


    SACE Stage 2: Mathematical Studies, Specialist Mathematics, Physics. IB: Mathematics (HL grade 3), Physics (SL grade 4/HL grade 3).

    For students who do not have the prerequisites please see: http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/future-students/alternative-pathways/








    Alternative entry pathways
    • Higher Education applicants
      You must have completed at least half a year full time equivalent higher education study. A Grade Point Average (GPA) is calculated for each separate program you have undertaken (apart from some double degree programs where the GPA is combined). You compete on the basis of your best GPA.
    • VET applicants
      You must have completed an AQF Certificate IV or above from a Registered Training Organisation. Your application will be ranked according to the level of the award.
    • Special Entry applicants
      You must be 18 years or over before 1 February 2017. If you have studied at higher education level in the last two years (for 2017 entry this means you were enrolled in either 2016 or 2015), you must not have accumulated more than a TOTAL of 2 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) higher education study (ie. including any study prior to 2015). If you meet this criteria, you will be ranked according to your result in the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT). Your STAT result is not weighted between verbal and quantitative components. Indigenous applicants may be eligible for entry through the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Access Scheme. See Wirltu Yarlu for further information.
    • Other Entry Pathways
    How to Apply
    SATAC Code: 314201

    International applicants

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    CRICOS 082096G
    Intake February and July. Students commencing in July may have a slightly limited selection of courses.
    Selection Criteria
    English Language Requirements
    Australian Year 12 Successful completion of an Australian year 12 qualification with a minimum pass in an accepted English language subject
    English Tests accepted by the University of Adelaide
    IELTS Overall 6 Reading 5.5 Listening 5.5 Speaking 6 Writing 6
    TOEFL Overall 60 Reading 8 Listening 8 Speaking 18 Writing 21
    Pearsons Overall 50 Reading 42 Listening 42 Speaking 50 Writing 50
    Cambridge Overall 169 Reading 162 Listening 162 Speaking 169 Writing 169
    Qualifications that meet minimum English requirements A range of alternative qualifications may meet the University’s minimum English requirements
    Academic Entry Requirements
    Secondary School Qualifications International ATAR 80
    International Baccalaureate (IB) 27
    Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) 13
    United Entrance Certificate (UEC) 15
    General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advanced Level 9
    Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) 75
    ISC & CBSE [India] 75%
    ISBE [India] 85%
    SAT [US] 1270
    Abitur 3.1
    Thailand Certificate of Secondary Education 2.7
    Bang Tot Nghiep Trung Hoc Pho Thong 8.0
    STPM or Matrikulasi 3.00
    The University of Adelaide College Foundation Program 77
    Eynesbury Foundation Program 380
    Other Qualifications Students who don't meet the academic requirements or who have other qualifications from the South Pacific Islands, Japan, Korea, Phillipines or Taiwan may be eligible to apply for a Pre-University Pathway to prepare for or gain entry into the University's undergraduate academic programs. For additional information see Admissions Information - Academic Requirements
    Prerequisites
    Australian Year 12


    SACE Stage 2: Mathematical Studies, Specialist Mathematics, Physics. IB: Mathematics (HL grade 3), Physics (SL grade 4/HL grade 3).

    For students who do not have the prerequisites please see: http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/future-students/alternative-pathways/







    International Qualifications Mathematics and Physics
    How to Apply
  • Fees and Scholarships

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    Annual tuition fees
    Commonwealth-supported place: $9,050

    More information on Student Contribution Amounts.

    International applicants

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    Annual tuition fees International student place: $35,500

    Scholarships

    These scholarships, as well as many others funded by industry and non-profit organisations, are available to potential and currently enrolled students.

    Find a Scholarship.

  • Careers

    Career Readiness

    For the best part of 70 years, a University of Adelaide bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronic engineering has been a passport to high technology careers nationally and internationally. Graduates have broad and adaptable skill sets and work in diverse roles across a wide variety of industries. Employment opportunities are available in many growing fields such as industrial automation, renewable energy development, power systems, biomedical devices and systems development, mining, defence technologies, radar and remote sensing, information security and telecommunications.

    Graduates have the breadth of knowledge and understanding needed to adapt in this fast-paced discipline. Engineering employers require graduates who are good communicators, who can manage projects and resources, and who can work both independently and in teams. Graduates are equipped with these skills.

    Graduates of the various majors are especially well placed for employment in industries and organisations related to their major. For example:

    Autonomous Systems: industrial, home and building automation, games and entertainment technology, mining, defence, and advanced manufacturing

    Biomedical Engineering: scientific and medical research institutions, biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, health services and hospitals

    Communication Systems: telecommunication carriers, Internet service providers, media and social media companies, and defence-related organisations

    Computer Engineering: business and financial services, telecommunications, automation and consumer electronics

    Renewable Energy: power generation, transmission and distribution, mining, transportation and government regulatory bodies

    The University of Adelaide Careers Service prepares, inspires and empowers students to achieve successful career transitions and connect with industry.

    Graduate Attributes

    The objective of this program is to produce graduates with specific attributes as outlined in University of Adelaide Graduate Attributes.
    1. Deep discipline knowledge
    2. Critical thinking and problem solving
    3. Teamwork and communication skills
    4. Career and leadership readiness
    5. Intercultural and ethical competency
    6. Self-awareness and emotional intelligence

    Industry Placement

    Students are required to complete 12 weeks of approved practical experience.

    Professional Accreditation

    Graduates qualify for professional membership of Engineers Australia.

    Potential careers

    Engineer, Medical Research, Medical Technician, Biomedical Scientist, Communications Engineer, Communications Technologist, Sustainability Manager, Systems Engineer, Telecommunications Analyst, IT Manager, Information Processing Engineer, Information Technologist, Information and Communications Technologist, Avionics Engineer, Computer Systems Engineer, Sustainable Energy Engineer, Network Engineer, Environmental Engineer, Satellite Engineer, Signal Processing Engineer, Computer Hardware Engineer, Electrical / Electronic Engineer, ...

  • Global Learning

    A Global Learning Experience is an integral component to your academic journey at The University of Adelaide. The university is committed to offering its students the opportunity to study overseas through a range of degrees offered via the Global Learning Office, including student exchange, study tours, short study degrees, internships and placements. There are many exciting opportunities in Europe, Asia, the Americas, Africa, and Oceania ranging from a few weeks to a full academic year.

    To find Global Learning opportunities available in your study area click Global Experiences.

    Global Learning Experience


    It is recommended that students in the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical and Electronic) program study overseas during levels 2 and 3. Both semester and year long exchange is possible.

    To discuss your options further, please contact the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences.
  • Degree Structure
    The first two years of this program are common across the majors and establish a deeper understanding of mathematics, physics and computer programming. They also cover the basic principles of themes that will be developed throughout the program; digital and embedded systems, electronic circuits and signals, electrical systems, and professional practice and systems engineering. This common foundation means that all graduates have the opportunity to work in many specialist areas, and are prepared with lifelong learning skills so that they are able to change specialisations over the course of their careers.

    At the end of the second year, students have the opportunity to select a major from a wide range of topics. Each major has specified core courses and a pool of relevant elective courses. All students undertake advanced professional practice and systems engineering subjects. The final year includes a capstone research project, relevant to the student’s major, which further develops research, technical and professional skills.

    As being a professional engineer is about more than just technical specialisation, students in the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical and Electronic) undertake three broadening electives as part of their degree. These can be used to study a language, to learn more about business and economics, to gain a greater understanding of general science or even to develop communication and interpersonal skills, which can strengthen a graduate’s employability.

    Students are required to complete 12 weeks of approved practical experience.

    Majors

    Students have the opportunity to specialise through the choice of a major. Choosing a major is a great way for students to pursue topics of special interest without narrowing their future options. All graduates, irrespective of their major, qualify as electrical and electronic engineers and have the opportunity to pursue a career in any of the specialist fields within the profession. Majors are available across the following areas:

    Autonomous Systems
    The Autonomous Systems major equips graduates with the knowledge needed to design systems that cross the traditional boundaries between electronic, mechanical and computer engineering to create autonomous machines driven by motors and guided by computers. Advanced subjects in artificial intelligence, computer vision and robotics are available.

    Biomedical Engineering
    The Biomedical Engineering major prepares students to create devices and systems for medical diagnosis, treatment and research. Students study the foundations of human biology and take an advanced class in medical instruments and imaging.

    Communication Systems
    The Communication Systems major is concerned with the technologies that underpin modern voice, multimedia and data communications. Advanced subject choices allow students to focus on telecommunication systems or radio communications.

    Computer Engineering
    The Computer Engineering major focuses on the design and development of computers and on new ways to use them to control devices, equipment and processes. Advanced topics include computer architecture, computer networks and digital microelectronics.

    Renewable Energy
    The Renewable Energy major develops skills and knowledge to effectively sustain the current energy generation infrastructure, and design and integrate high performance and low cost renewable energy systems. Studies include electric power systems and renewable energy technologies.

    Academic Program Rules

    The Calendar is a comprehensive handbook of the University's academic program rules.

    Example Study Plan

    BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (HONOURS) (ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC)
    Year 1 COMP SCI 1201 Introduction to Programming for Engineers (3 units)

    ELEC ENG 1100 Analog Electronics (3 units)

    MATHS 1011 Mathematics 1A (3 units)

    COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming (3 units)

    ELEC ENG 1102 Digital Electronics (3 units)

    MATHS 1012 Mathematics 1B (3 units)

    PHYSICS 1510 Physics 1E: Mechanics and Thermodynamics (3 units)

    Broadening Elective (3 units)~
    Year 2 ELEC ENG 2100 Digital Systems (3 units)

    ELEC ENG 2101 Electronic Circuits(3 units)

    ELEC ENG 2102 Electric Energy Conversion (3 units)

    MATHS 2201 Engineering Maths IIA (3 units)

    ELEC ENG 2103 Design & Innovation (3 units)

    ELEC ENG 2104 Digital Signal Processing (3 units)

    MATHS 2202 Engineering Maths IIB (3 units)

    Broadening Elective (3 units)~
    ~Broadening electives may be chosen from any University of Adelaide undergraduate course for which the student meets the pre-requisites, is available to be taken by the student, has compatible timetabling and does not have the following course codes: ELEC ENG, MATHS or COMP SCI. Also note, PHYSIOL courses may not be taken as broadening electives in the Biomedical major study plan.

    Note the first two years of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Electrical and Electronic degree are common regardless of the major students will choose to follow from year 3. Students may either continue with the standard degree, or choose one of the 5 available majors. Year 3 and 4 study plans for each major are below.

    ENGINEERING COMMUNICATION
    Unless exempted by the Faculty, all international students are required to take Engineering Communication. At the commencement of study, the Faculty will advise which course is to be replaced by ENG 3003 Engineering Communication EAL.

    COURSE AVAILABILITY
    ^Check the course planner for course availability noting the availability of all courses is conditional on the availability of staff and facilities.

    BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (HONOURS) (ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC) – Standard Program
    Year 3 ELEC   ENG   3100 Systems Engineering (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3101 Control (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3103 Electromagnetics (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3102 Project Management (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3104 Electric Drive Systems (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3105 Real Time & Embedded Systems (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3106 Design of Radio Frequency Electronics (3 units)

    Broadening Elective (3 units)~
    Year 4 ELEC   ENG   4101A Electrical & Electronic Research Project Part 1 (6 units)

    ELEC   ENG   4100 Business Management Systems (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   4101B Electrical and Electronic Research Project Part 2 (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3110 Electric Power Systems (3 units)

    Electrical   & Electronic Major Elective (9 units)
    Elective 
    Choices
    COMP   SCI   2103 Algorithm Design & Data Structures for Engineers (3 units)

    COMP   SCI   3001 Computer Networks & Applications (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3109 Digital Microelectronics (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   4058 Power Quality & Condition Monitoring (3 units)  

    COMP   SCI   2103 Algorithm Design & Data Structures for Engineers (3 units)

    COMP   SCI   3004 Operating Systems UG (3 units)

    COMP   SCI   3006 Software Engineering & Project (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3111 Distributed Generation Technology (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   4067 Antennas and Propagation (3 units)
    Please note level 3 courses will be developed in 2018. Students commencing prior to 2016 may refer to the website http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/current-students/eee-curriculum-changes/for study plan information.

    Please note level 4 courses will be developed in 2019. Students commencing prior to 2016 may refer to the website http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/current-students/eee-curriculum-changes/ for study plan information.

    BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (HONOURS) (ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC) - AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS MAJOR
    Year 3 ELEC   ENG   3100 Systems Engineering (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3101 Control (3 units)

    COMP   SCI   2103 Algorithm Design & Data Structures for Engineers (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3107 Autonomous Systems (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3102 Project Management (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3104 Electric Drive Systems (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3105 Real Time & Embedded Systems (3 units)

    Broadening Elective (3 units)~
    Year 4 ELEC   ENG   4102A Autonomous Systems Research Project Part 1 (6 units)

    COMP   SCI   3007 Artificial Intelligence (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   4100 Business Management Systems (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   4102B Autonomous Systems Research Project Part 2 (3 units)  

    Autonomous    Systems Major Elective (9 units)
    Elective
    Choices
    COMP   SCI   3014 Computer Graphics (3 units)

    COMP   SCI   3016 Computational Cognitive Science (3 units)^ Not offered 2017

    COMP   SCI   4022 Computer Vision (3 units)

    COMP   SCI   3006 Software Engineering & Project (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   4061 Image Processing (3 units)
    Please note level 3 courses will be developed in 2018. Students commencing prior to 2016 may refer to the website http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/current-students/eee-curriculum-changes/for study plan information.

    Please note level 4 courses will be developed in 2019. Students commencing prior to 2016 may refer to the website http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/current-students/eee-curriculum-changes/ for study plan information.

    BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (HONOURS) (ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC) - BIOMEDICAL MAJOR
    Year 3 ELEC   ENG   3100 Systems Engineering (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3101 Control (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3103 Electromagnetics (3 units)

    PHYSIOL   2510   Physiology IIA: Heart, Lung & Neuromuscular
    Systems (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3102 Project Management (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3106 Design of Radio Frequency Electronics (3 units)

    Biomedical Major Elective (3 units)

    Broadening Elective (3 units)~
    Year 4 YEAR   4 S1 ELEC   ENG   4103A Biomedical Research Project Part 1 (6 units)

    PHYSIOL   3001 Cellular & Systems Neurobiology (6 units)

    OR

    PHYSIOL   3120   Neuromotor Control of Human Movement (3 units) and ANAT  SC  2006 Foundations of Human Neuroanatomy (3 units)

    S2 ELEC   ENG   4100 Business Management Systems (3 units)

    ELEC ENG   4103B Biomedical Research Project Part 2 (3 units)

    ELEC ENG   4115 Biomedical Instrumentation (3 units)

    Biomedical Major Elective (3 units) 
    Elective
    Choices
    ANAT   SC   3103 Functional Human Neuroanatomy (3 units)

    COMP   SCI   4022 Computer Vision (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3104 Electric Drive Systems (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG  3105 Real Time & Embedded Systems (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   4061 Image Processing (3 units)
    Please note level 3 courses will be developed in 2018. Students commencing prior to 2016 may refer to the website http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/current-students/eee-curriculum-changes/for study plan information.

    Please note level 4 courses will be developed in 2019. Students commencing prior to 2016 may refer to the website http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/current-students/eee-curriculum-changes/ for study plan information.

    BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (HONOURS) (ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC) - COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS MAJOR
    Year 3 ELEC   ENG   3100 Systems Engineering (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG  3101 Control (3 units)

    ELEC  ENG   3103 Electromagnetics (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3102 Project Management (3 units)

    COMP   SCI   2103 Algorithm Design & Data Structures for Engineers (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3106 Design of Radio Frequency Electronics (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3108 Telecommunications Principles (3 units)

    Broadening Elective (3 units)~
    Year 4 ELEC   ENG   4104A Communication Systems Research Project Part 1 (6 units)

    COMP   SCI   3001 Computer Networks & Applications (3 units)
     
    ELEC   ENG   4100 Business Management Systems (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   4104B Communication Systems Research Project Part 2 (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   4054 Telecommunication Systems (3 units)

    Communication Systems Major Elective (6 units)
    Elective
    Choices
    ELEC   ENG   3105 Real Time & Embedded Systems (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   4067 Antennas and Propagation (3 units)
    Please note level 3 courses will be developed in 2018. Students commencing prior to 2016 may refer to the website http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/current-students/eee-curriculum-changes/for study plan information.

    Please note level 4 courses will be developed in 2019. Students commencing prior to 2016 may refer to the website http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/current-students/eee-curriculum-changes/ for study plan information.
    BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (HONOURS) (ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC) - COMPUTER ENGINEERING MAJOR
    Year 3 ELEC   ENG   3100 Systems Engineering (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3101 Control (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3109 Digital Microelectronics (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3102 Project Management (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3105 Real Time & Embedded Systems (3 units)

    COMP   SCI 2103 Algorithm Design & Data Structures for Engineers (3 units)

    Broadening Elective (3 units)~

    Computer Engineering Major Elective (3 units)
    Year 4 ELEC   ENG   4105A Computer Engineering Research Project Part 1 (6 units)

    COMP   SCI   3001 Computer Networks & Applications (3 units)

    COMP   SCI   3005 Computer Architecture (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   4100 Business Management Systems (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   4105B Computer Engineering Research Project Part 2 (3 units)

    Computer Engineering Major Elective (6 units)
    Elective
    Choices
    COMP   SCI   3014 Computer Graphics (3 units)

    COMP   SCI   3004 Operating Systems UG (3 units)

    COMP   SCI   3006 Software Engineering & Project (3 units)
     
    ELEC   ENG   3104 Electric Drive Systems (3 units)
    Please note level 3 courses will be developed in 2018. Students commencing prior to 2016 may refer to the website http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/current-students/eee-curriculum-changes/for study plan information.

    Please note level 4 courses will be developed in 2019. Students commencing prior to 2016 may refer to the website http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/current-students/eee-curriculum-changes/ for study plan information.


    BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (HONOURS) (ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC) - RENEWABLE ENERGY MAJOR
    Year 3 ELEC   ENG   3100 Systems Engineering (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3101 Control (3 units)

    MECH   ENG   4144 Renewable Fluid Power Technology (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3102 Project Management (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3104 Electric Drive Systems (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3110 Electric Power Systems (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3111 Distributed Generation Technology (3 units)

    Broadening Elective (3 units)~
    Year 4 ELEC   ENG   4106A Renewable Energy Research Project Part 1 (6 units)

    ELEC   ENG   4100 Business Management Systems (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   4106B Renewable Energy Research Project Part 2 (3 units)

    MECH   ENG   4145 Sustainable Thermal Technologies (3 units)

    Renewable Energy Major Elective (9 units)
    Elective
    Choices
    ELEC   ENG   3103 Electromagnetics (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   4058 Power Quality & Condition Monitoring (3 units)

    ENTREP     3006 Energy Management, Economics & Policy (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3105 Real Time & Embedded Systems (3 units)

    ELEC   ENG   3108 Telecommunications Principles (3 units)
    Please note level 3 courses will be developed in 2018. Students commencing prior to 2016 may refer to the website http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/current-students/eee-curriculum-changes/for study plan information.

    Please note level 4 courses will be developed in 2019. Students commencing prior to 2016 may refer to the website http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/current-students/eee-curriculum-changes/ for study plan information. 


    Please refer to the ECMS website for a study plan to guide your enrolment http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/current-students/enrolment/study-plans/


    Assessment

    Assessment can vary from course to course and can include a combination of class work, tutorials, homework assignments, laboratory work, project work and exams.

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