Engineering Studies 2 Unit
Engineering Studies is made up of a number of Engineering Application Modules and an Engineering Focus Module based on study from particular engineering fields. Both Year 11 and Year 12 courses offer students’ knowledge, understanding and skills in aspects of engineering that include communication, engineering mechanics/hydraulics, engineering materials, historical/societal influences, engineering electricity/electronics, and the scope of the profession. Students study engineering by investigating a range of applications and fields of engineering.
For Whom is the Course Intended?
It is ideally suited to students who intend to pursue careers in architecture, engineering or technology at university level or TAFE.
TAFE may offer advanced standing in the following courses:
- Associate Diploma in Building and Mechanical Engineering.
- Certificate courses in Mechanical Technology and Industrial Engineering.
Students must be capable of attempting Mathematics 2 Unit successfully. This means Pathways 5.3 or Top 10% of Pathways 5.2 Mathematics.
Year 11 Course
- Modules: text and exam
- Engineering Report Assessment
Year 12 Course
- Modules: test and exams
- One Engineering Report Assessment
- Engineering Research
- HSC Paper – 3 Hours
Subject Costs are included in the College Resource Fee.