Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)(Electrical and Electronic) with Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences

Why combine Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Mathematical and Computer Sciences?  

From smart devices to medical imagery and defence technologies, electrical and electronic engineering contributes to every aspect of modern life.

With maths and computer science underpinning developments in this high technology field, specialised expertise offers huge benefits.

What will you do?

  • Study engineering concepts in state-of-the-art facilities, including a 3D prototyping lab, autonomous vehicles lab, and electric machines lab.
  • Take core subjects in maths, physics, computing and systems engineering.
  • Build fundamental knowledge in statistics and mathematical modelling.
  • Study complex computer systems and theories.
  • Work on practical and relevant projects with industry partners.
  • Complete an eight-week practical engineering experience.

This is a 5-year double, not combined degree. You’ll graduate with two separate parchments, a greater scope of career prospects and a competitive edge in the job market.

This program is accredited by Engineers Australia.

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Entry Requirements

For our students who are studying offshore in 2021 and 2022, the University will continue to offer high-quality access to the learning resources remotely for most programs. This includes all lectures, tutorials and other support material. Students will be advised in advance if there are course components that cannot be provided in remote mode and, wherever possible, offered alternative courses. Please refer to the COVID-19 FAQ page for a list of programs where in-person attendance is required.

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Admissions information

SATAC Code 334821
2021 CSP ATAR 82.2
2021 CSP IB 30
Guaranteed Entry Score - ATAR 80
Guaranteed Entry Score - IB 29
Deferment Yes - 2 year
Intake February and July
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2021 Admissions Data for school leavers
ATAR
(raw ATAR, excluding any applicable adjustment factors)
Lowest ATAR to receive an offer 76.55
Median ATAR to receive an offer 93.9
Highest ATAR to receive an offer 99.75
Selection Rank
(ATAR plus any adjustment factors)
Lowest Selection Rank to receive an offer 82.2
Median Selection Rank to receive an offer 97.45
Highest Selection Rank to receive an offer 99.95
Minimum eligibility score 80
Additional criteria considered Selection rank only
Selection Criteria
Recent Secondary Education Applicants with recent secondary education are those whose admission is primarily based on the completion of Year 12 within the last two years, however if you completed your secondary education more than two years ago, you may still be able to be considered on the basis of your secondary schooling. You must not have completed more than 2 years full time equivalent university study (48 units). You compete for a place with your Selection Rank (ATAR plus any applicable adjustment factors). Indigenous applicants may be eligible for entry through the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Access Pathway. See Wirltu Yarlu for further information.
Prerequisites SACE Stage 2: Mathematical Methods , Specialist Mathematics and Physics. IB: Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (HL) and Physics (SL grade 4/ HL grade 3) MathTrackX is an online bridging program available as a recognised alternative to Mathematical Methods.
Higher Education Study You must have completed at least six months full time equivalent higher education study (the number of courses and units will vary depending on your prior institution however at the University of Adelaide, this equates to 4 courses / 12 units). 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. Indigenous applicants may be eligible for entry through the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Access Pathway. See Wirltu Yarlu for further information.
Vocational Education and Training (VET) study 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. Indigenous applicants may be eligible for entry through the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Access Pathway. See Wirltu Yarlu for further information.
Work and life experience To be eligible to sit the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) as as pathway for entry, you must be 18 years or over before 1 February 2022. If you have studied at higher education level in the last two years (for 2022 entry this means you were enrolled in either 2021 or 2020), 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 2020). 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 Pathway. See Wirltu Yarlu for further information.
Other Entry Pathways
How to Apply
SATAC Code: 334821

Student Profile
Applicant background Semester one/Full year intake 2021
Number of students Percentage of all students
(A) Higher Education study
(includes a bridging or enabling course)
<5 N/A
(B) Vocational education and training (VET) study <5 N/A
(C) Work and life experience
(admitted on the basis of previous achievement not in the other three categories)
<5 N/A
(D) Recent secondary education:
  • Admitted solely on the basis of ATAR
    (regardless of whether this includes the consideration of adjustment factors)
31 75.6%
  • Admitted where both ATAR and additional criteria were considered
    (e.g. portfolio, audition, extra test, early offer conditional on minimum ATAR)
N/A N/A
  • Admitted on the basis of other criteria only and ATAR was not a factor
    (e.g. special consideration, audition alone, schools recommendation scheme with no minimum ATAR requirement)
<5 N/A
International students <5 N/A
All students 41 100.0%

Fees and Scholarships

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Scholarships

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Careers

Career Readiness

Now and into the future, Australia and the world will need electrical and electronic engineers to work in all areas of industry—from mining and power distribution, to infrastructure, computing, medical technology, defence, communications systems, e-commerce and advanced manufacturing. The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical and Electronic) provides students with the technical knowledge and skills for rewarding careers across this vast vocational range, and is highly regarded by employers. Graduates have secured roles with leading technology companies worldwide—including Google—and with companies across the defence, energy and electronics sectors.

The Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences prepares graduates for a wide variety of industries. Recent graduates have been employed by organisations such as the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), the Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO), United Water, Santos, the Bureau of Meteorology and the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Additionally, graduates find work in consulting engineering firms, the pharmaceutical industry, the telecommunications industry, biomedical research industries and institutes, banks and insurance companies, state and federal government agencies, and research and academic organisations all over the world.

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

Industry Placement

As part of the engineering degree, students are required to complete eight weeks of approved practical experience.

Professional Accreditation

Graduates qualify for professional membership of Engineers Australia.

Potential careers

Laser and Photonics Scientist / Engineer, Machinist, Manufacturing Engineer, Medical Device Developer, Medical Technician, Asset Manager, Meteorologist, Automotive Engineer, Avionics Engineer, Biomedical Engineer, Biotechnologist, Biotechnology, Biotechnology Engineer, Budget Analyst, Business Data Analyst, Nanotechnologist, Network Engineer, Networking Specialist, Communications Engineer, Communications Technologist, Computational Engineer, Power Distribution Engineer, ...

Degree Structure

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Assessment

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

Testimonial

Studying at the University of Adelaide has been fulfilling, challenging and exciting. The jam-packed "student life" will always hold fond memories. I am grateful for the friendships and networks I have formed and the countless opportunities that I have been given to enrich my study experience both socially and academically. The University has helped to carve out the first part of my career journey, and I can't wait to see what lies ahead.

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Last updated: Thursday, 16 Sep 2021