Become a control and instrumentation engineer skilled in both high-level engineering design and software and hardware implementation of engineering systems. You will develop skills in problem-solving, teamwork and professional practice while learning foundational technical content. This course has a strong focus on learning in context so you will apply theory to authentic scenarios throughout the course.
Building design, control and instrumentation engineer, electrical power engineering, electronics and communication engineering, engineering design, engineering systems, information technology.
Control and instrumentation engineer, instrumentation and control engineer, information technology (IT).
Provisional accreditation will be sought from Engineers Australia and Australian Computer Society for the double degree when CQUni governance processes are completed.
Students are required to complete 480 hours (including a minimum of 240 hours of industry experience) of Engineering Professional Practice prior to graduation.
English Standard (Band 2), Mathematics Advanced (Band 2).
Recommended studies: Physics, Mathematics Extension 1.
Refer to the CQUniversity general admission criteria.
View all details of this course on the CQUniversity website.
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