Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems Engineering) Honours is a 4 years Bachelor program taught at Edith Cowan University, . The program is offered in campus-based modes with full Time options. To successfully obtain Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems Engineering) Honours from Edith Cowan University you are required to complete 480 credit hours. After completion of Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems Engineering) Honours you will be able to further continue for advance studies or start career as Computer Systems Analysts, Computer Systems Engineer, Computer Engineer, Computer System Administrator.
The minimum requirements for admission in Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems Engineering) Honours at Edith Cowan University for all applicants (Domestic or International) are:
Note: Please check the university website in the link below.
All applicants are required to have Mathematics: Methods ATAR, with equivalents considered, and Physics ATAR or Engineering Studies ATAR or Chemistry ATAR or Mathematics: Specialist ATAR, with equivalents considered.
It is desirable that all applicants have Physics ATAR or Engineering Studies ATAR, with equivalents considered, students without Physics ATAR or Engineering Studies ATAR may need to take a bridging unit in the first year of their studies.
All applicants must meet the academic admission requirements for this course. The indicative or guaranteed ATAR is as published (where applicable) or academic admission requirements may be satisfied through completion of one of the following:
You need to complete 480 credit hours to successfully obtain this degree. Please check detail of study units at https://www.ecu.edu.au/degrees/courses/bachelor-of-engineering-computer-systems-honours
Computer systems engineering requires in-depth knowledge of digital and analogue electronic systems along with a detailed understanding of computer architecture, software design and hardware-software interfacing.
Graduates of this course will be conversant with all aspects of computing from the development and application of individual microprocessors, to the design of personal, mainframe or supercomputer systems, as well as real-time and embedded systems implementation, robotics, and software engineering.