ProgramsEngBE Hons 2015+BE Hons CombinedBE Hons/LLBMechanical (Space) / Law (2015)


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Year 1 - Semester 1

TypeCPCP From
Core
6ENGG1801: Engineering Computing
Core
6LAWS1006: Foundations of Law
Core
0LAWS1013: Legal Research 1
Core
3MATH1001: Differential Calculus
Core
3MATH1002: Linear Algebra
Core
6MECH1560: Introduction to Mechanical Engineering

Year 1 - Semester 2

TypeCPCP From
Core
6AMME1362: Materials 1
Core
6ENGG1802: Engineering Mechanics
Core
6LAWS1012: Torts
Core
3MATH1003: Integral Calculus and Modelling
Core
3MATH1005: Statistics

Year 2 - Semester 1

TypeCPCP From
Core
6LAWS1014: Civil and Criminal Procedure
Core
6AMME2261: Fluid Mechanics 1
Core
6AMME2500: Engineering Dynamics
Core
6MATH2067: DEs and Vector Calculus for Engineers

Year 2 - Semester 2

TypeCPCP From
Core
6AERO2705: Space Engineering 1
Core
6AMME2262: Thermal Engineering 1
Core
6AMME2301: Mechanics of Solids 1
Core
6MECH2400: Mechanical Design 1

Year 3 - Semester 1

TypeCPCP From
Core
6LAWS1015: Contracts
Core
6LAWS1023: Public International Law
Core
6AMME3500: System Dynamics and Control
Core
6MECH3660: Manufacturing Engineering

Year 3 - Semester 2

TypeCPCP From
Core
6LAWS1016: Criminal Law
Core
6LAWS1017: Torts and Contracts II
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6AERO3760: Space Engineering 2
Core
6MECH3361: Mechanics of Solids 2

Year 4 - Semester 1

TypeCPCP From
Core
6MECH3261: Fluid Mechanics 2
Core
6MECH3362: Materials 2
Core
6AERO4701: Space Engineering 3
Core
6AMME4111: Thesis A
Core
0ENGG4000: Practical Experience
Core
6MECH4601: Professional Engineering 2

Year 4 - Semester 2

TypeCPCP From
Core
6LAWS1021: Public Law
Core
6MECH3260: Thermal Engineering 2
Core
6AMME4112: Thesis B

Year 5 - Semester 1

TypeCPCP From
Core
6LAWS2010: Administrative Law
Core
6LAWS2011: Federal Constitutional Law
Core
6LAWS2012: Intro to Property and Commercial Law
Core
6LAWS2013: The Legal Profession

Year 5 - Semester 2

TypeCPCP From
Core
6LAWS2014: Corporations Law
Core
6LAWS2015: Equity
Core
6LAWS2016: Evidence
Core
6LAWS2017: Real Property

Year 6 - Semester 1

TypeCPCP From
Core
6LAWS2018: Private International Law A
Elective
18Electives.

Note:   In year 6 students are required to complete LAWS2018 Private International Law A plus 42 credit points from Semester 1 Senior Elective Units as listed in Law Faculty Handbook Table 1. 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

TypeCPCP From
Elective
24Electives.

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Course: Mechanical (Space) / Law (2015)
CP Required: 288
Min FT Duration: 6.00 Years
Min PT Duration: N/A
Faculty/School: Faculty of Engineering
Years Offered: 2015
Requirements: (1) A candidate for the Engineering/Law combined degree must complete 288 credit points, comprising: (a) 144 credit points of units of study from the table of units for the Bachelor of Engineering Honours, appropriate to the stream the candidate is pursuing; and (b) 144 credit points of Law units of study, of which 48 credit points are Combined Law compulsory units of study for years 1, 2 and 3 and are credited towards the requirements for both the Bachelor of Engineering Honours and the Bachelor of Laws.

(2) Requirements for the Bachelor of Engineering Honours. Candidates are required to achieve a minimum HWAM (Honours Weighted Average Mark) of 65% to qualify for the Honours degree. Students who satisfy all requirements for graduation except the HWAM required for honours will be awarded the PASS degree Bachelor of Engineering.

(3) Requirements for the Bachelor of Laws. To qualify for the award of the Bachelor of Laws, candidates must complete 144 credit points taken from the Faculty of Law Undergraduate Table, comprising: (i) 102 credit points of compulsory units of study; and (ii) 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.

(4) 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. 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.

This course outline should be read in conjunction with the course rules specified in the relevant faculty handbooks at http://sydney.edu.au/handbooks/
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