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

ProgramsEngBE Hons 2015+BE Hons CombinedBE Hons/LLBCivil / Law (2021)


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Year 1 - Semester 1

SITS Diet Block/TypeCPUnit of Study/Unit Block
3MATH1002: Linear Algebra
3MATH1021: Calculus of One Variable
6LAWS1006: Foundations of Law
6CIVL1900: Introduction to Civil Engineering
0ENGP1001: Professional Engagement Program 1A


Note:  All students must enrol in ENGP1001 in their first semester of enrolment.
6CIVL1802: Statics

Note:   MATH1021 and MATH1002 may be replaced by advanced units MATH1921 and MATH1902.


Year 1 - Semester 2

SITS Diet Block/TypeCPUnit of Study/Unit Block
3MATH1005: Statistics
3MATH1023: Multivariable Calculus and Modelling
6GEOL1501: Engineering Geology 1
6LAWS1012: Torts
6CIVL1110: Materials
0LAWS1024: Legal Research
0ENGP1002: Professional Engagement Program 1B

Note:   MATH1023 and MATH1005 may be replaced by advanced units MATH1923 and MATH1905.


Year 2 - Semester 1

SITS Diet Block/TypeCPUnit of Study/Unit Block
6MATH2061: Linear Mathematics and Vector Calculus
0ENGP1003: Professional Engagement Program 1C
6LAWS1015: Contracts
6LAWS1014: Civil and Criminal Procedure
6ENGG1810: Introduction to Engineering Computing

Year 2 - Semester 2

SITS Diet Block/TypeCPUnit of Study/Unit Block
6CIVL2010: Environmental Engineering
6CIVL2812: Project Appraisal
0ENGP2001: Professional Engagement Program 2A
6LAWS1016: Criminal Law
6CIVL1810: Engineering Construction and Surveying

Year 3 - Semester 1

SITS Diet Block/TypeCPUnit of Study/Unit Block
6CIVL3205: Concrete Structures 1
6CIVL2700: Transport Systems
6CIVL2201: Structural Mechanics
6LAWS1023: Public International Law
0ENGP2002: Professional Engagement Program 2B

Year 3 - Semester 2

SITS Diet Block/TypeCPUnit of Study/Unit Block
6CIVL2410: Soil Mechanics
6CIVL2611: Introductory Fluid Mechanics
0ENGP2003: Professional Engagement Program 2C
6LAWS1017: Torts and Contracts II
6LAWS1021: Public Law

Year 4 - Semester 1

SITS Diet Block/TypeCPUnit of Study/Unit Block
6CIVL4903: Civil Engineering Design
6CIVL3612: Fluid Mechanics
0ENGP3001: Professional Engagement Program 3A
6ENGG3112: Interdisciplinary Engineering
6CIVL4022: Thesis A

Year 4 - Semester 2

SITS Diet Block/TypeCPUnit of Study/Unit Block
6CIVL4023: Thesis B
0ENGP3002: Professional Engagement Program 3B
6Civil Stream Elective units
6CIVL3206: Steel Structures 1
6CIVL3811: Engineering Design and Construction

Year 5 - Semester 1

SITS Diet Block/TypeCPUnit of Study/Unit Block
6LAWS2010: Administrative Law
6LAWS2011: Federal Constitutional Law
6LAWS2012: Intro to Property and Commercial Law
6LAWS2013: The Legal Profession

Note:   Senior Law elective units are normally done in year 6, but students may substitute one compulsory unit with one elective unit in each semester of year 5, deferring the compulsory unit(s) to final year. Students cannot enrol in more than 2 elective units in year 5.

LAWS2021 and LAWS2013 may be available during summer and/or winter school.


Year 5 - Semester 2

SITS Diet Block/TypeCPUnit of Study/Unit Block
6LAWS2014: Corporations Law
6LAWS2015: Equity
6LAWS2016: Evidence
6LAWS2017: Real Property

Note:   Senior Law elective units are normally done in year 6, but students may substitute one compulsory unit with one elective unit in each semester of year 5, deferring the compulsory unit(s) to final year. Students cannot enrol in more than 2 elective units in year 5.

LAWS2014, LAWS2015, LAWS2016 and LAWS2017 may be available during summer and/or winter school.


Year 6 - Semester 1

SITS Diet Block/TypeCPUnit of Study/Unit Block
18Select from
Law Senior Electives
6LAWS2018: Private International Law A

Note:   In year 6 students are required to complete LAWS2018 Private International Law A 42 credit points of elective units of study, of which a maximum of 36 credit points are taken from Part 1 and a minimum of 6 credit points are taken from Part 2. See Law Faculty Handbook for more details: http://sydney.edu.au/handbooks/law/

LAWS2018 may be taken in Semester 1 or Semester 2. Students who commenced the Combined Law program before 2011 do not need to complete LAWS2018 but must complete 48 credit points of elective units of study rather than 42 credit points.


Year 6 - Semester 2

SITS Diet Block/TypeCPUnit of Study/Unit Block
24Select from
Law Senior Electives

No streams/majors defined for this course version.

Block 0 - Introductory Computing Units (Min CP: 6,Max CP: 6)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
ENGG1810 Introduction to Engineering Computing 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
INFO1110 Introduction to Programming 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
INFO1910 Introduction to Programming (Advanced) 6 Semester 1
Semester 2

Note: Students must complete:

-6cp from ENGG1810 or (INFO1110 or INFO1910). For Civil stream students it is recommended that ENGG1810 is taken.

Block 1 - Foundation Mathematics Units (Min CP: 12,Max CP: 12)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
MATH1002 Linear Algebra 3 Semester 1
Summer Main
MATH1005 Statistics 3 Semester 2
Summer Main
MATH1021 Calculus of One Variable 3 Semester 1
Semester 2
MATH1023 Multivariable Calculus and Modelling 3 Semester 1
Semester 2
MATH1902 Linear Algebra (Advanced) 3 Semester 1
MATH1905 Statistics (Advanced) 3 Semester 2
MATH1921 Calculus of One Variable (Adv) 3 Semester 1
MATH1923 Multivariable Calculus and Modelling (Adv) 3 Semester 2

Note: Complete a minimum of 12cp including:

- Exactly 12cp of MATH1xxx units: MATH1021 Calculus of One Variable (3cp) AND MATH1002 Linear Algebra (3cp) AND MATH1023 Multivariable Calculus and Modelling (3cp) AND MATH1005 Statistics (3cp)

Block 2 - Projects Table (Min CP: 24,Max CP: 24)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
AERO1560 Introduction to Aerospace Engineering 6 Semester 1
BMET1960 Biomedical Engineering 1A 6 Semester 1
CHNG1108 Introduction to Chemical Engineering 6 Semester 1
CIVL1900 Introduction to Civil Engineering 6 Semester 1
CIVL4022 Thesis A 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
CIVL4023 Thesis B 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
ELEC1004 Practical Introduction to Electrical Engineering 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
ENGG1800 Introduction to Engineering Disciplines 6 Semester 1
ENGG3112 Interdisciplinary Engineering 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
MECH1560 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering 6 Semester 1
MTRX1701 Introduction to Mechatronic Engineering 6 Semester 1

Note: - Students are to select the introduction unit relevant to their stream. Students in both Electrical and Software Engineering streams are to take ELEC1004. Students enrolled in Flexible First Year are to take ENGG1800.

- Students enrolled in the Dalyell Stream may count any Dalyell unit in place of ENGG2112 and may count any Engineering Dalyell unit in place of ENGG3112

- Students are to select the thesis units relevant to their stream. Aeronautical, Mechanical and Mechatronic students are to enrol in the AMME coded units. Students in both Electrical and Software are to enrol in the ELEC coded units.

Block 3 - Professional Engagement Program (PEP) Table

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
ENGP1001 Professional Engagement Program 1A 0 Semester 1
Semester 2
ENGP1002 Professional Engagement Program 1B 0 Semester 1
Semester 2
ENGP1003 Professional Engagement Program 1C 0 Semester 1
Semester 2
ENGP2001 Professional Engagement Program 2A 0 Semester 1
Semester 2
ENGP2002 Professional Engagement Program 2B 0 Semester 1
Semester 2
ENGP2003 Professional Engagement Program 2C 0 Semester 1
Semester 2
ENGP3001 Professional Engagement Program 3A 0 Semester 1
Semester 2
ENGP3002 Professional Engagement Program 3B 0 Semester 1
Semester 2

Note: -Candidates for the Bachelor of Engineering Honours must complete the Professional Engagement Program units of study.

- Candidates must enrol in ENGP1001 in their first semester of study

Block 4 - Civil Stream Core (Min CP: 96,Max CP: 96)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
CIVL1110 Materials 6 Semester 2
CIVL1802 Statics 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Int January
CIVL1810 Engineering Construction and Surveying 6 Semester 2
CIVL2010 Environmental Engineering 6 Semester 2
CIVL2201 Structural Mechanics 6 Semester 1
CIVL2410 Soil Mechanics 6 Semester 2
CIVL2611 Introductory Fluid Mechanics 6 Semester 2
CIVL2700 Transport Systems 6 Semester 1
CIVL2812 Project Appraisal 6 Semester 2
CIVL3205 Concrete Structures 1 6 Semester 1
CIVL3206 Steel Structures 1 6 Semester 2
CIVL3612 Fluid Mechanics 6 Semester 1
CIVL3811 Engineering Design and Construction 6 Semester 2
CIVL4903 Civil Engineering Design 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
GEOL1501 Engineering Geology 1 6 Semester 2
MATH2061 Linear Mathematics and Vector Calculus 6 Semester 1
Summer Main

Block 5 - Civil Stream Elective units (Min CP: 6,Max CP: 6)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
CIVL3235 Structural Analysis 6 Semester 2
CIVL3310 Humanitarian Engineering 6 Semester 1
CIVL3411 Geotechnical Engineering 6 Semester 2
CIVL3511 Basics of Integrated Building Engineering 6 Semester 1
CIVL3614 Hydrology 6 Semester 2
CIVL3704 Transport Informatics 6 Semester 1
CIVL3805 Project Scope, Time and Cost Management 6 Semester 1
CIVL4203 Major Industrial Project 24 Semester 1
Semester 2
CIVL4810 Mgmnt of People, Quality and Risk in PE 6 Semester 2
CIVL4813 Contracts Formulation and Management 6 Semester 2
CIVL4814 Project Procurement and Tendering 6 Semester 2
CIVL4815 Project Formulation 6 Semester 1
CIVL5266 Steel Structures - Stability 6 Semester 1
CIVL5269 Advanced Concrete Structures 6 Semester 2
CIVL5276 Bridge Engineering 6 Semester 2
CIVL5277 Structural Rehabilitation and Timber Design 6 Semester 2
CIVL5320 Engineering for Sustainable Development 6 Semester 2
CIVL5330 Global Engineering Field Work 6 Int February
Int July
Int December
CIVL5351 Geoenvironmental Engineering 6 Semester 2
CIVL5452 Foundation Engineering 6 Semester 1
CIVL5453 Geotechnical Hazards 6 Semester 2
CIVL5458 Numerical Methods in Civil Engineering 6 Semester 1
CIVL5460 Particle Mechanics for Geotechnics 6 Semester 1
CIVL5531 Advanced Integrated Building Engineering 6 Semester 1
CIVL5533 Energy-efficient Building Systems 6 Semester 2
CIVL5535 Building Envelope and Adaptive Engineering 6 Semester 2
CIVL5668 Fundamentals of Wind Engineering for Design 6 Semester 1
CIVL5670 Reservoir, Stream and Coastal Engineering 6 Semester 1
CIVL5701 Transport Networks 6 Semester 2
CIVL5702 Traffic Engineering 6 Semester 1
CIVL5703 Transport Policy, Planning and Deployment 6 Semester 1
CIVL5704 Transport Analytics 6 Semester 2
CIVL5999 Advanced Research and Analysis 6 Semester 1

Block 10 - Law Junior Core (Min CP: 48,Max CP: 48)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
LAWS1006 Foundations of Law 6 Semester 1
LAWS1012 Torts 6 Semester 2
S1 Intensive
LAWS1014 Civil and Criminal Procedure 6 Semester 1
LAWS1015 Contracts 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Summer Early
LAWS1016 Criminal Law 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
LAWS1017 Torts and Contracts II 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Winter Main
LAWS1021 Public Law 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Summer Late
LAWS1023 Public International Law 6 Semester 1
Winter Main
LAWS1024 Legal Research 0 Semester 1
Semester 2

Block 11 - Law Senior Core (Min CP: 54,Max CP: 54)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
LAWS2010 Administrative Law 6 Semester 1
LAWS2011 Federal Constitutional Law 6 Semester 1
LAWS2012 Intro to Property and Commercial Law 6 Semester 1
LAWS2013 The Legal Profession 6 Semester 1
LAWS2014 Corporations Law 6 Semester 2
Winter Main
LAWS2015 Equity 6 Semester 2
Summer Main
LAWS2016 Evidence 6 Semester 2
Summer Early
LAWS2017 Real Property 6 Semester 2
Winter Main
LAWS2018 Private International Law A 6 Semester 1
Semester 2

Block 12 - Law Senior Electives (Min CP: 42,Max CP: 42)

Note: Electives are chosen from the list of senior LAW units as listed in the Law School faculty handbook.

Course: Civil / Law (2021)
CP Required: 288
Min FT Duration: 6.00 Years
Min PT Duration: N/A
Faculty/School: University Archive
Years Offered: 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015
Requirements: Summary

In summary the requirements are:

Students must complete 288 credit points as follows:

Engineering (144 credit points):

► 6 credit points of Introductory Computing units table

► 12 credit points of Foundations Mathematics units table

► 24 credit points of Project table

► The Professional Engagement Program (PEP) table comprising ENGP1001 (0cp), ENGP1002 (0cp), ENGP1003 (0cp), ENGP2001 (0cp), ENGP2002 (0cp), ENGP2003 (0cp), ENGP3001 (0cp) and ENGP3002 (0cp)

► 96 credit points of Civil Stream core units

► 6 credit points of Civil Stream elective core units

Laws:

► 144 credit points of Laws core units

► Candidates must complete the requirements for the Bachelor of Engineering Honours before proceeding to Year Five of the Bachelor of Laws

The handbook rules governing this degree are as follows:

(a) For all Bachelor of Engineering combined degrees a candidate must complete 240 credit points and satisfy any additional requirements specified.

(b) Where the requirements specified in the following clauses account for less than the total required credit, candidates must complete additional units of study from the tables relevant to the Bachelor of Engineering as may be necessary to satisfy the requirements of the degree.

To qualify for the award of the combined degree:

(a) For the Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Laws combined degree, a candidate must complete 288 credit points and any additional requirements specified in the following clauses.

(b) Where the requirements specified in the following clauses account for less than the total required credit, candidates must complete additional units of study from the tables relevant to the Bachelor of Engineering as may be necessary to satisfy the requirements of the degree.

Requirements for the Bachelor of Engineering Honours

(a) The units of study that may be taken for the Bachelor of Engineering Honours component of the combined degree are set out in the tables of units of study for the Bachelor of Engineering Honours single degree;

(b) Except where varied by other clauses of these resolutions, all candidates must complete a minimum of 144 credit points comprising:

(i) 36 credit points from the Engineering Core Table, including all required units;

(ii) 108 credit points from the Engineering Stream Core Table pertaining to the specialist stream being undertaken, including all required units;

(c) The Faculty Board may approve, based on appropriate academic justification, a list of approved unit alternatives. These alternatives specify, for particular Engineering stream / combined degree combinations, units within the normal requirements for the Bachelor of Engineering Honours component of the combined degree that can be replaced by specified alternative units that would form part of the normal program for single degree students in that stream.

Requirements for the Bachelor of Laws

For the Bachelor of Laws component of a combined degree candidates must complete 144 credit points of Law units of study taken from the School of Law Undergraduate Table, comprising:

(a) 102 credit points of compulsory units of study; and

(b) 42 credit points of elective units of study, of which a maximum of 36 credit points are taken from Part 1 and a minimum of 6 credit points are taken from Part 2.

(c) Students may apply to take up to a maximum of 24 credit points of LAWS6000/JURS6000 units of study as elective units of study:

(i) enrolment in LAWS6000/JURS6000 units of study will be subject to availability and any unit pre-requisites or assumed knowledge, which may include relevant industry experience or prior specialist study.

(ii) enrolment in LAWS6000/JURS6000 units is only permitted after a candidate has completed 96 credit points towards the Bachelor of Laws.

(iii) students may only enrol in LAWS6000/JURS6000 units listed in the Bachelor of Laws Elective units of study Table.

Advanced units in Maths and Science

Most units of study offered by the Science Faculty on the list of core requirements 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.

Permission from the relevant Head of School must be sought prior to enrolling in exchange units of study.

Faculty Resolutions

Details of relevant Faculty resolutions are available via the university handbook site at: http://sydney.edu.au/handbooks/
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