Note: This course version is currently under review and is subject to change.

ProgramsEngBE2014 BEBE(Biomed)Biomedical - Mechatronics Major (2014)


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Year 1 - Semester 1

TypeCPCP From
Core
6CHEM1101: Chemistry 1A
Core
6ENGG1801: Engineering Computing
Core
6ENGG1960: Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
Core
3MATH1001: Differential Calculus


Note:  Note: This unit is discontinued from 2018. Replacement unit is MATH1021.
Core
3MATH1002: Linear Algebra

Note:   The semester enrolment sequence shown in these tables is recommended for Biomedical Engineering students majoring in Mechatronic Engineering. Majors in other areas are also available but will require a different sequence for completion within the expected four year timeframe.


Year 1 - Semester 2

TypeCPCP From
Core
6AMME1362: Materials 1
Core
3MATH1003: Integral Calculus and Modelling


Note:  Note: This unit is discontinued from 2018. Replacement unit is MATH1023.
Core
3MATH1005: Statistics
Core
6MBLG1001: Molecular Biology and Genetics (Intro)
Core
6MTRX1702: Mechatronics 1

Year 2 - Semester 1

TypeCPCP From
Core
6ELEC1103: Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Core
6AMME2500: Engineering Dynamics
Core
6MATH2067: DEs and Vector Calculus for Engineers
Core
6MTRX2700: Mechatronics 2

Year 2 - Semester 2

TypeCPCP From
Core
6CHEM1102: Chemistry 1B
Core
6AMME2301: Mechanics of Solids 1
Core
6ELEC2104: Electronic Devices and Circuits
Core
6MECH2901: Anatomy and Physiology for Engineers

Year 3 - Semester 1

TypeCPCP From
Core
6AMME2261: Fluid Mechanics 1
Core
6AMME3500: System Dynamics and Control
Core
6ELEC3404: Electronic Circuit Design
Core
6MECH3660: Manufacturing Engineering

Year 3 - Semester 2

TypeCPCP From
Core
6AMME2262: Thermal Engineering 1
Core
6MECH3921: Biomedical Design and Technology
Core
6MTRX3700: Mechatronics 3
Core
6AMME4790: Introduction to Biomechatronics


Note:  AMME4790 has been replaced by AMME5790 from 2017

Year 4 - Semester 1

TypeCPCP From
Core
6AMME4971: Tissue Engineering
Core
0ENGG4000: Practical Experience
6Recommended Biomedical Electives


Note:  The degree requires 18 credit points of these units including at least one of the following four units: AMME4990, AMME5992, CHNG5605 or ELEC5701.
6Engineering Project /Honours Thesis
6Select from
AMME4981: Applied Biomedical Engineering
COMP5424: Information Technology in Biomedicine


Note:  COMP5456 in semester 2 is an acceptable alternative.

Year 4 - Semester 2

TypeCPCP From
Core
6MECH4961: Biomechanics and Biomaterials
12Select from
Recommended Biomedical Electives


Note:  The degree requires 18 credit points of these units including at least one of the following four units: AMME4990, AMME5992, CHNG5605 or ELEC5701.
6Engineering Project /Honours Thesis

No streams/majors defined for this course version.

Block 1 - Year 4 Applied Biomedical Computing Units (Min CP: 6,Max CP: 6)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
AMME4981 Applied Biomedical Engineering 6 Semester 1
COMP5424 Information Technology in Biomedicine 6 Semester 1
COMP5456 Introduction to Bioinformatics [not running] 6 Semester 2

Block 2 - Recommended Biomedical Electives (Min CP: 18,Max CP: 18)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
AMME4710 Computer Vision and Image Processing 6 Semester 2
AMME4990 Biomedical Product Development 6 Semester 1
AMME4992 Regulatory Affairs in the Medical Industry 6 Semester 2
AMME5951 Fundamentals of Neuromodulation 6 Semester 1
AMME5958 Nanotechnology in Biomedical Engineering 6 Semester 2
AMME5995 Advanced Bionics 6 Semester 1
CHNG5601 Membrane Science 6 Semester 1
CHNG5602 Cellular Biophysics [not offered in 2019] 6 Semester 1
CHNG5603 Advanced Process Modelling & Simulation 6 Semester 1
CHNG5604 Advanced Membrane Engineering 6 Semester 2
CHNG5605 Bio-Products: Laboratory to Marketplace 6 Semester 2
COMP5048 Visual Analytics 6 Semester 2
ELEC3305 Digital Signal Processing 6 Semester 1
ELEC3803 Bioelectronics 6 Semester 2
ELEC5514 Networked Embedded Systems 6 Semester 2
ELEC5614 Real Time Computing 6 Semester 1
ELEC5701 Technology Venture Creation 6 Semester 2
HTIN5002 Quality Frameworks for Health Innovation 6 Semester 2 Block Mode
MECH4902 Orthopaedic and Surgical Engineering 6 Semester 2
MECH5701 Computers in Real Time Control and Instrumentation 6 Semester 1
MECH5720 Sensors and Signals 6 Semester 2
MECH5907 Orthopaedic and Surgical Engineering 6 Semester 2
MTRX5700 Experimental Robotics 6 Semester 1

Note: MECH4902 has been replaced by MECH5907 from 2017. At least 18 credit points (three units of study) must be selected from the units listed above including at least one of the following: AMME4990, AMME4992, CHNG5605 or ELEC5701.

Block 3 - Engineering Project /Honours Thesis (Min CP: 12,Max CP: 12)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
AMME4111 Thesis A 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
AMME4112 Thesis B 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
AMME4121 Engineering Project A 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
AMME4122 Engineering Project B 6 Semester 1
Semester 2

Note: Students must chose 12 cp comprising EITHER Engineering Project units A and B OR Honours Thesis units A and B. Honours Thesis requires an Intermediate/Senior average mark (ISWAM) of 65% or greater. Students below this threshold must enrol in Engineering Project.

Course: Biomedical - Mechatronics Major (2014)
CP Required: 192
Min FT Duration: 4.00 Years
Min PT Duration: N/A
Faculty/School: University Archive
Years Offered: 2014, 2013
Requirements: Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering are required to complete 192 credit points comprising (a) 144 credit points of the core and elective Biomedical Engineering units of study plus (b) 48 credit points in a specialist major offered by the Faculty as shown in the accompanying tables.

Acceptable alternative units of study

Most units of study offered by the Science Faculty shown in the tables can be replaced by an equivalent advanced level unit, subject to prerequisite conditions (as required by the Faculty of Science) being met. Students considering doing advanced options should seek advice from their department before enrolling.

Study abroad

Students undertaking Study Abroad in a particular year of their degree must enrol in the appropriate International Exchange Program units of study as an alternative to a semester's standard units.
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