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Bachelor of Engineering Honours and Bachelor of Commerce (BEBCom)

Course CodeBHENGCOM1000
Course TypeUndergraduate
Credit Points Required 240
CRICOS code083632C

Description

Students may combine the Bachelor of Commerce with any one of the following Bachelor of Engineering Honours streams. Both degrees are studied concurrently and will be awarded after five years of full-time study.

  • Aeronautical Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronic Engineering
  • Mechatronic Engineering (Space)
  • Software Engineering.

Details on the degree structure and progression, can be found in the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology Handbook and website.

As this combined degree is supervised by both the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies and the University of Sydney Business School:

Degree structure

Please Note:This information is for students commencing from 2015. Students who commenced their degree prior to 2015 should refer to the course structure set out in the handbook of the year they commenced study. Archived handbooks can be accessed on the Handbooks website.

To be awarded the Bachelor of Engineering Honours and Bachelor of Commerce, students must successfully complete a total of 240 credit points, comprising:

For the Bachelor of Engineering Honours component:

For the Bachelor of Commerce component:

  • six core units of study (36 credit points);
  • a major in a Commerce subject area;
  • at least 96 credit points in units of study from the Business School and School of Economics (with a minimum of 48 credit points in senior units).

Bachelor of Engineering Honours component

Engineering specialisation streams

The Bachelor of Engineering Honours can be completed in the following specialisation streams:

School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering

  • Aeronautical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronic Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering

School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

  • Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

School of Civil Engineering

  • Civil Engineering

School of Electrical and Information Engineering

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Software Engineering

The availability of a specific stream / combined degree combination is determined by the relevant school. For information on the requirements for Bachelor Engineering Honours Specialisation Stream Requirements please refer to the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies Handbook.

Bachelor of Commerce component

The requirements for complete the Bachelor of Commerce  are set out under the Bachelor of Commerce course page.

Progression guide

To satisfy the requirements of the Bachelor of Commerce, students must complete the six Commerce core units of study (or alternatives as specified under the course rules) and a Commerce major. For further information on the majors available students should refer to the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies Handbook.

This course is supervised by both the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies and the University of Sydney Business School. For student matters relating to the Bachelor of Engineering component of this degree, students should refer to Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology's Student Enquiry Office.

For student matters relating to the Bachelor of Commerce students should refer to the Business School's Staff and Student Services office.

Honours

Both the Bachelor of Engineering Honours and the Bachelor of Commerce can be awarded with honours. For the award of the Bachelor of Engineering Honours, students should refer to the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies handbook for details.

For the Bachelor of Commerce, students must successfully complete an additional honours year of study. For details of this program students should refer to the Honours year information.