Engineering and Information Technologies Handbook 2013
Engineers and IT specialists will be crucial to the improvement of human capabilities by coming up with innovative, efficient and sustainable solutions to a broad range of today's problems. They could be engineering the tools for the next amazing scientific discovery, space transportation, making solar power economical; designing biomedical device interfaces, securing cyberspace; enhancing our living environments; providing access to clean water or restoring, supporting mining and construction projects and improving urban infrastructure.
To support entry into and initial through to specialist training for these professions, the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies runs undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in Engineering, Computer Science, Information Technology and Project Management. The faculty offers both coursework and research based programs. Details of the course structure for all these degrees and detailed course rules are shown in this handbook.