Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Computer Systems Engineering)
Australian Higher Education Loan Program (HELP)
100% online study with practicum placement
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As Australia’s #1 university for graduate starting salary (Good Universities Guide, 2022), University of Southern Queensland is the right place to make real progress. Regardless of your education history, your age or your aspirations, at UniSQ you’ll be inspired by quality learning experiences matched with top resources and research. Having delivered distance and online learning for over 40+ years, UniSQ supports you to learn at your own pace—exactly how it suits you.
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What you'll learn
On completion of this program, students should be able to:
• Display coherent and comprehensive knowledge of historical, contemporary and emerging theories and concepts that underpin relevant engineering disciplines.
• Recognise the social purpose of engineering and analyse the relationship between human-made products and systems, and community needs.
• Apply well-researched, innovative, industry-relevant systems approaches to solve a range of engineering problems, and to address issues of sustainable practice in diverse environmental, technical and social contexts.
• Apply relevant project management skills and formulate design processes to enable the delivery of engineering projects within given project constraints.
• Make appropriate autonomous judgements by critically evaluating evidence, identifying and analysing ethical issues and applying cultural competencies, including those relevant to indigenous peoples.
• Communicate effectively in English and interpret information for diverse audiences using a range of high-level oral, written and technology-based approaches; and apply effective competencies as a leader, team member and individual within the professional domain.
• Engage in lifelong learning through critical reflection, and be accountable for their personal and professional actions by managing and monitoring personal performance.
Graduate ready for a career as a computing engineer, computer systems engineer, computing electronics engineer, network systems architect, data and performance analysts, software programmer, computer hardware designer, network engineer, systems optimisation analyst and cyber-security analyst.
When you graduate with your Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), you will be eligible to apply for membership with Engineers Australia as a graduate Professional Engineer. You will also have the opportunity to work overseas, with your accreditation recognised in those countries that are signatories to the Washington Accord.
ATAR/Selection Rank + Mathematical Methods Subject pre-requisite + English Subject pre-requisite English Language Proficiency
Residential School/s + Work Integrated Learning
Credit for previous study or work
The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Computer Systems Engineering) is ideal if you’re aspiring to be a professional engineer but also have an interest in IT. Create solutions to real world problems by integrating hardware and software to advance infrastructure management, optimise biotechnology, improve renewable energy systems, develop smart farming, and discover more in autonomous transportation. Computer systems engineers are in great demand in the current transition towards a smart and highly autonomous economy and are essential to developing smart electronic systems to maximise productivity and autonomy, challenge the status quo and enabling change.