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UOW College Australia: UOWC - 4.1

Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences

CourseProgram yearMarks requiredCourse completionMaximum credit exemptions
Diploma of Engineering (3 Sessions) Wollongong Campus 2017- 2019 50% average Yes 48 credit points

UOW course details

CourseMajorNumber of years to completeSession of entry
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) All majors 3 years Autumn and Spring

Maximum credit exemptions 

Institution subject code

Institution subject name

UOW subject code

Credit points

DIPU130 ***

Introduction to Management

MGNT110

6

DENG003

Foundations of Engineering Mathematics

MATH141

6

DENG008

Engineering Design for Sustainability

ENGG105

6

DENG005

Essentials of Engineering Mathematics

MATH142

6

DENG006

Physics for Engineers

PHYS143

6

DENG007

Engineering Analysis and Computing

ENGG100

6

DENG104

Electrical Systems

ENGG104

6

DENG008


Engineering Design for Sustainability

ENGG105

6

Elective engineering subjects: Students must take one only of these subjects*

DENG102

Fundamentals of Engineering Mechanics

ENGG102

6

DENG103 ***

Materials in Design

ENGG103

6

Maximum Credit Points

48
  • DENG102 Fundamentals of Engineering Mechanics is suitable for students who intend to major in Civil Engineering, or in Mechanical Engineering.
  • DENG103 Materials in Design is suitable for students who intend to major in Environmental Engineering, Materials Engineering, or in Mining Engineering
  • *** Students may be able to substitute the Materials in Design subject (DENG103) for the Introduction to Management subject (DIPU130).

Progression into UOW courses

A further 144 credit points (equivalent to 3 years of full-time study) will be required to complete the following UOW degrees offered by the Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences:

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Additional information regarding course requirements, areas of major study and double majors can be found in the UOW Course Handbook (Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences).

The information contained on this website is a guide only and is subject to change according to any amendments to the curriculum of the University of Wollongong or the institutions listed on this website. You will be advised of your eligibility for admission and for credit exemption after receipt of your formal application in your formal letter of offer.

English language requirements:

All applicants are required to meet the University's English language requirements for entry.

Students not meeting the English language requirement for direct entry are able to undertake English language training on campus at UOW College.

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