Programs Eng MPE Master of Professional Engineering (Aerospace) (2014)


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Year 1 - Semester 1

Type CP CP From
Core
6 AMME5302: Foundations of Materials 1
Core
6 AMME5500: Foundations of Engineering Dynamics
Core
6 AMME5700: Foundations of Instrumentation
Core
6 ENGG5801: Foundations of Engineering Computing

Note: Year One covers Foundation units only. Candidates with a prior Bachelor of Engineering degree or equivalent in the field related to this specialisation may be exempted from Foundation units.


Year 1 - Semester 2

Type CP CP From
Core
6 AMME5200: Foundations of Thermodynamics and Fluids
Core
6 AMME5301: Foundations of Mechanics of Solids 1
Core
6 ENGG5802: Foundations of Engineering Mechanics
Core
6 MECH5400: Foundations of Mechanical Design 1

Note: Year 1 covers foundation units only. Students with a prior Bachelor of Engineering degree or equivalent in the field related to this specialisation are exempt from these foundation units.


Year 2 - Semester 1

Type CP CP From
Core
6 AERO5310: Foundations of Aerospace Structures
Core
6 AERO5410: Foundations of Aerospace Design
Core
6 AERO5510: Foundations of Flight Mechanics
Core
6 AMME5501: Foundations of System Dynamics and Control

Year 2 - Semester 2

Type CP CP From
Core
6 AERO5210: Foundations of Aerodynamics
Core
6 AERO5211: Foundations of Propulsion Systems
12 Select from Unit Block:
Aerospace recommended electives

Year 3 - Semester 1

Type CP CP From
Core
6 AERO5301: Applied Finite Element Analysis
Core
6 AMME5020: Capstone Project A


Note: See Streams/Majors for full details.

Students achieving an average mark of 75% or higher over 48 credit points of units of study in the Year Two Table or equivalent are eligible for the Research pathway and may replace AMME5020 and 6cp of recommended electives with AMME5222 Dissertation A.
Core
6 AMME5601: Professional Engineering
Core
0 ENGG5217: Practical Experience
6 Select from Unit Block:
Aerospace recommended electives

Year 3 - Semester 2

Type CP CP From
Core
6 AERO5400: Advanced Aircraft Design Analysis
Core
6 AMME5021: Capstone Project B


Note: See Streams/Majors for full details.

Students achieving an average mark of 75% or higher over 48 credit points of units of study in the Year Two Table or equivalent are eligible for the Research pathway and may replace AMME5021 and 6cp of recommended electives with AMME5223 Dissertation B.
Core
6 ENGG5103: Safety Systems & Risk Analysis
6 Select from Unit Block:
Aerospace recommended electives

Capstone Project

Type CP CP From
Core
6 AMME5020: Capstone Project A
Core
6 AMME5021: Capstone Project B

Note: Capstone Project must be completed by all students, unless undertaking Research Pathway (conditions below). Capstone Project is normally completed across two semesters in two stages through AMME5020 (6cp) and AMME5021 (6cp). However, it may also be completed in a single semester (12 cp).

Extended Capstone Project

Type CP CP From
Core
6 AMME5020: Capstone Project A
Core
12 AMME5022: Capstone Project B Extended

Note: Students take Capstone Project units AMME5020 and AMME5022 (total 18 cp) in place of Capstone Project AMME5021 and 6 cp of elective units.

Students achieving an average mark of 70% or higher over 48 credit points of units of study in the Year Two Table or equivalent are eligible for the Extended Capstone Project.

Research Pathway

Type CP CP From
Core
12 AMME5222: Dissertation A
Core
12 AMME5223: Dissertation B

Note: Research pathway students take Dissertation units AMME5222 and AMME5223 (total 24 cp) in place of Capstone Project units and 12 cp of elective units.

Students achieving an average mark of 75% or higher over 48 credit points of units of study in the Year Two Table or equivalent are eligible for the Research Pathway.

Block 1 - Aerospace recommended electives (Min CP: 24,Max CP: 24)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
AERO5010 Optimisation Methods in Engineering 6 Semester 2
AERO5200 Advanced Aerodynamics 6 Semester 1
AERO5500 Flight Mechanics Test and Evaluation Adv 6 Semester 2
AERO5520 Aircraft Avionics and Systems 6 Semester 2
AERO5700 Space Engineering (Advanced) 6 Semester 2
AERO5760 Spacecraft and Satellite Design 6 Semester 2
AMME5202 Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics 6 Semester 1
AMME5310 Engineering Tribology 6 Semester 1
AMME5510 Vibration and Acoustics 6 Semester 2
AMME5520 Advanced Control and Optimisation 6 Semester 1
ENGG5202 Sustainable Design, Engineering & Management 6 Semester 1
MECH5275 Advanced Renewable Energy 6 Semester 2
MECH5304 Materials Failure 6 Semester 2
MECH5305 Smart Materials 6 Semester 2
MECH5310 Advanced Engineering Materials 6 Semester 1

Block 2 - Exchange Units (Max CP: 12)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
ENGG5231 Engineering Graduate Exchange A 6 Int January
Int July
ENGG5232 Engineering Graduate Exchange B 6 Int January
Int July

Note: Summer/Winter Exchange units require the approval of the Program Director. With approval, up to 12 credit points of Exchange units may taken in place of other units, towards the requirements of the degree.

Course: Master of Professional Engineering (Aerospace) (2014)
CP Required: 144
Min FT Duration: 3.00 Years
Min PT Duration: N/A
Faculty/School: Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies
Years Offered: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010
Requirements: To qualify for the award of the Master of Professional Engineering in this specialisation, a candidate must complete 144 credit points, including core and elective units of study as listed here.

Admission to candidature

Admission to candidature requires: EITHER (a) a Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Sydney, OR (b) equivalent qualification, with a minimum credit average; OR (c) a non-engineering bachelor's degree with a minimum credit average, with studies equivalent to 48 credit points in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, geology, computing or statistics, as related to the intended engineering specialisation.

All candidates for admission must have prior learning equivalent to 48 credit points in total, which, in the estimation of the Dean, is comparable to the requirements for the first year of a Bachelor of Engineering at this University in the stream sought for admission.

Credit for previous study

Candidates with a Bachelor of Engineering or equivalent in the relevant discipline, and who have reached an acceptable level of academic achievement in their prior degree, may be eligible for a reduction of volume in learning of up to 48 credit points.

A maximum of 72 credit points may be granted towards the Master of Professional Engineering from external postgraduate studies where no award has been, or will be made, provided the studies are acceptable to the Program Director Dean and are equivalent to units of study offered in the Master of Professional Engineering.

Candidates transferring from the Master of Engineering to the Master of Professional Engineering may transfer up to 24 credit points provided units are equivalent to units of study offered in the Master of Professional Engineering. Any additional credit is subject to the approval by the Dean.

Progression

Candidates are required to meet the progression requirements as specified in the University's Coursework Rule, and required to have a WAM >= 65% based on the results of all units of study once a minimum of 48 credit points have been first attempted. Candidates who do not meet this WAM requirement will have their enrolment transferred to the Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Professional Engineering).

Transitional provisions

These resolutions apply to students who commenced their candidature after 1 January 2013 and students who commenced their candidature prior to 1 January 2013 who elect to proceed under these resolutions.

Candidates who commenced prior to 1 January 2013 may complete the requirements in accordance with the resolutions in force at the time of their commencement.

Course resolutions

This course is administered under course resolutions published in the Faculty Handbook at http://sydney.edu.au/handbooks/
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