Biomedical Engineering stream
The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies offers a faculty wide program in Biomedical Engineering. This program can be taken in several different disciplines; Chemical & Biomolecular, Electrical, Information Technology, Mechanical and Mechatronics.
The Biomedical program can be taken as a combined degree with either Arts, Commerce, Law, Medical Science or Science.
For a standard enrolment plan for Biomedical Engineering visit http://cusp.sydney.edu.au/students/viewdegreepage/name/BE(Biomed)
Unit of study  Credit points  A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition  Session 

Biomedical Engineering 

Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering are required to gain credit for the 144 credits of core units of study set out below. Additional credit necessary shall be gained by completing the credit points for the requirements of a specialist major and elective units of study as recommended by the Faculty, as may be necessary to gain credit for a total of not less than 192 credit points.  
The Biomedical Engineering program can be taken with the following majors:  
(a) Mechanical Engineering  
(b) Electrical Engineering  
(c) Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering  
(d) Information Technology  
(e) Mechatronic Engineering  
Candidates for combined Engineering degrees are not required to complete a major.  
Core units of study 

First year 

MATH1001 Differential Calculus 
3  A HSC Mathematics Extension 1 N MATH1011, MATH1901, MATH1906, MATH1111, ENVX1001 
Semester 1 Summer Main 
MATH1002 Linear Algebra 
3  A HSC Mathematics or MATH1111 N MATH1902, MATH1012, MATH1014 
Semester 1 Summer Main 
ENGG1801 Engineering Computing 
6  N INFO1000, COSC1001, COSC1002, INFO1003 
Semester 1 Summer Main 
ENGG1960 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering 
6  A HSC extension 1 Math N ENGG1802 
Semester 1 
CHEM1101 Chemistry 1A 
6  A HSC Chemistry and Mathematics C Recommended concurrent units of study: 6 credit points of Junior Mathematics N CHEM1001, CHEM1109, CHEM1901, CHEM1903 
Semester 1 Semester 2 Summer Main 
MATH1003 Integral Calculus and Modelling 
3  A HSC Mathematics Extension 1 or MATH1001 or MATH1011 or a credit or higher in MATH1111 N MATH1013, MATH1903, MATH1907 
Semester 2 Summer Main 
MATH1005 Statistics 
3  A HSC Mathematics N MATH1015, MATH1905, STAT1021, STAT1022, ECMT1010, ENVX1001 
Semester 2 Summer Main 
CHEM1102 Chemistry 1B 
6  P CHEM (1101 or 1901) or a Distinction in CHEM1001 or equivalent C Recommended concurrent units of study: 6 credit points of Junior Mathematics N CHEM1002, CHEM1108, CHEM1902, CHEM1904 
Semester 1 Semester 2 Summer Main 
MBLG1001 Molecular Biology and Genetics (Intro) 
6  A 6 credit points of Junior Biology and 6 cp of Junior Chemistry N AGCH2001, BCHM2001, BCHM2101, BCHM2901, MBLG2101, MBLG2901, MBLG2001, MBLG2111, MBLG2771, MBLG2871, MBLG1901 
Semester 2 
Second year 

MATH2067 DEs and Vector Calculus for Engineers 
6  P (MATH1011 or MATH1001 or MATH1901 or MATH1906) and (MATH1014 or MATH1002 or MATH1902) and (MATH1003 or MATH1903 or MATH1907) N MATH2001, MATH2901, MATH2005, MATH2905, MATH2061, MATH2961, MATH2065, MATH2965 
Semester 1 
ELEC1103 Fundamentals of Elec and Electronic Eng 
6  A Basic knowledge of differentiation & integration, and HSC Physics 
Semester 1 
ELEC2104 Electronic Devices and Circuits 
6  A ELEC1103 Professional Electronic Engineering. Ohm`s Law and Kirchoff`s Laws; action of Current and Voltage sources; network analysis and the superposition theorem; Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits; inductors and capacitors, transient response of RL, RC and RLC circuits; the ability to use power supplies, oscilloscopes, function generators, meters, etc. 
Semester 2 
AMME2302 Materials 1 
6  N CIVL2110 
Semester 1 
MECH2901 Anatomy and Physiology for Engineers 
6  A A basic understanding of biology. Recommended: BIOL1003 (or equivalent) 
Semester 2 
Select 6 cp from the following block of core units: 

AMME2200 Thermodynamics and Fluids 
6  A MATH1001; MATH1002; MATH1003 or advanced versions. Students are expected to be familiar with basic, first year, integral calculus, differential calculus and linear algebra. 
Semester 2 
CHNG2803 Energy and Fluid Systems Practice 
6  A Ability to conduct mass and energy balances, and the integration of these concepts to solve real chemical engineering problems Ability to understand basic principles of physical chemistry, physics and mechanics. Ability to use mathematics of calculus (including vector calculus) and linear algebra, and carry out computations with MATLAB and MS EXCEL. Ability to read widely outside of the technical literature, and to synthesise arguments based on such literature. Ability to write coherent reports and essays based on qualitative and quantitative information. P All core engineering 1st year units of study. C CHNG2801 (Conservation and Transport Processes) CHNG2802 (Applied Mathematics for Chemical Engineers) CHEM2404 (Forensic and Environmental Chemistry) 
Semester 1 
ELEC2302 Signals and Systems 
6  A MATH1001 Differential Calculus and MATH1002 Linear Algebra and MATH1003 Integral Calculus and Modelling. Basic knowledge of differentiation & integration, differential equations, and linear algebra. 
Semester 2 
MECH2400 Mechanical Design 1 
6  A ENGG1801 and ENGG1802, HSC Maths and Physics 
Semester 2 
Third year 

MECH3921 Biomedical Design and Technology 
6  A BIOL1003; MECH2901; AMME2302; MECH2400 
Semester 2 
MECH3660 Manufacturing Engineering 
6  A AMME2200, AMME2301, AMME2302 P MECH2400 
Semester 1 
Select 6 cp from the following block of core units: 

ELEC3802 Fundamentals of Biomedical Engineering 
6  A ELEC2004 or ELEC2104 A knowledge of basic electrical engineering is required: Ohm's law, Thevenin and Nortons' theorems, basic circuit theory involving linear resistors, capacitors and inductors, a basic knowledge of bipolar and field effect transistor theory, simplified theoretical mechanism of operation of transformers. 
Semester 1 
AMME4790 Introduction to Biomechatronics 
6  P MTRX3700 or MECH3921 
Semester 1 
Fourth year 

MECH4961 Biomechanics and Biomaterials 
6  P AMME2302; MECH2901; MECH3921 N MECH4960 
Semester 2 
AMME4971 Tissue Engineering 
6  P 6cp of junior biology; 6cp of junior chemistry; and 6 cp of intermediate pysiology or equivalent. 
Semester 2 
ENGG4000 Practical Experience 
P 36 Credit Points of Senior Units Students should have completed three years of their BE program before enrolling in this unit. 
Semester 1 Semester 2 

Select 6cp from the following block of units: 

AMME4981 Applied Biomedical Engineering 
6  A MECH2901, AMME2301, AMME2500, MECH3921 and MECH3362 
Semester 1 
COMP5424 Information Technology in Biomedicine 
6  Semester 1 

COMP5456 Computational Methods for Life Sciences 
6  A Some experience with basic programming (coding) in Java, C, C++ or Perl; Some proven ability in mathematical or information sciences (as evinced in the prerequisites); Some knowledge of molecular biology either through first year BIOL papers or MBLG1001. N COMP3456 
Semester 2 
Select 18cp from the following list of Biomedical electives: 

MECH4720 Sensors and Signals 
6  A Strong Matlab skills P MTRX3700 
Semester 1 
MECH4730 Computers in RealTime Control and Inst 
6  P MTRX3700 N ELEC4602 Note: Department permission required for enrolment 
Semester 1 
MTRX4700 Experimental Robotics 
6  P AMME3500; MTRX3700 
Semester 1 
CHNG5601 Membrane Science 
6  Semester 1 

CHNG5602 Cellular Biophysics 
6  Semester 1 

CHNG5603 Analysis, Modelling, Control: BioPhy Sys 
6  A It is assumed that students have a general knowledge of: MATH 1001 Differential Calculus MATH 1003 Integral Calculus and Modeling 
Semester 1 
ELEC3404 Electronic Circuit Design 
6  A A background in basic electronics and circuit theory is assumed. 
Semester 1 
ELEC3305 Digital Signal Processing 
6  A Specifically the following concepts are assumed knowledge for this unit: familiarity with basic Algebra, Differential and Integral Calculus, continuous linear timeinvariant systems and their time and frequency domain representations, Fourier transform, sampling of continuous time signals. P ELEC2302 
Semester 1 
ELEC5614 Real Time Computing 
6  A SOFT2130 Software Construction (or SOFT2004 Software Development Methods 1) and ELEC3607 Embedded Computing (or ELEC2601 Microprocessor Systems) orequivalent. Ability to program in a high level language. N ELEC4602 
Semester 1 
MECH4902 Orthopaedic and Surgical Engineering 
6  A Basic concepts in engineering mechanicsstatics, dynamics, and solid mechanics; Basic concepts in materials science, specifically with regard to types of materials and the relation between properties and microstructure; and A basic understanding of human biology and anatomy. P AMME2301, AMME2302, ENGG1802, BIOL1003, MECH2901, MECH3921. 
Semester 2 
AMME4990 Biomedical Product Development 
6  A Junior level chemistry, intermediate level biology, and specific knowledge of cell biology at least at the junior level, and preferably at the intermediate level. P 6 credit points of junior biology 6 credit points of junior chemistry MECH2901 or 6 credit points of intermediate physiology or equivalent MECH3921 
Semester 1 
AMME4992 Regulatory Affairs in Medical Industry 
6  P 6 credit points of junior biology 6 credit points of junior chemistry MECH2901 or 6 credit points of intermediate physiology or equivalent MECH3921 
Semester 2 
AMME4710 Computer Vision and Image Processing 
6  A MECH4720 or MECH4730 Note: Department permission required for enrolment 
Semester 2 
CHNG5605 BioProducts: Laboratory to Marketplace 
6  Semester 2 

CHNG5604 Membrane Science Laboratory 
6  Semester 2 

COMP5048 Information Visualisation 
6  A It is assumed that students will have basic knowledge of data structures, algorithms and programming skills. N COMP4048 
Semester 2 
ELEC5701 Technology Venture Creation 
6  N ENGG5102 
Semester 2 
ELEC3803 Bioelectronics 
6  A Familiarity with transistor operations, basic electrical circuits, embedded programming is required. P ELEC2104 AND ELEC2602 
Semester 2 
ELEC5514 Networked Embedded Systems 
6  A ELEC3305, ELEC3506, ELEC3607 and ELEC5508 or equivalent 
Semester 2 
Students must select 12cp from the following block of Thesis/Project units. 

Students enrol in either Honours Thesis A and B or Engineering Project A and B. For enrolment in Honours an ISWAM of 65% or greater is required.  
Select 6 cp from: 

AMME4111 Honours Thesis A 
6  P 36 credit points of senior units of study and 2nd/3rd year WAM of 65% or greater C AMME4112 N AMME4121, AMME4122 Note: Department permission required for enrolment 
Semester 1 Semester 2 
CHNG4811 Honours Thesis A 
6  A Enrolment in this unit of study assumes that all (six) core chemical engineering UoS in third year have been successfully completed. P CHNG3801, CHNG3802, CHNG3803, CHNG3805, CHNG3806, CHNG3807. This unit is available to only those students who have gained an entry to the Honours pathway. C CHNG4812 N CHNG4801, CHNG4813 Note: Department permission required for enrolment Students are expected to take the initiative when pursuing their research projects. The supervisor will be available for discussion  typically 1 hour per week. 
Semester 1 Semester 2 
ELEC4712 Honours Thesis A 
6  P 36 credit points of units of study from level 3 and above C ELEC4713 N ELEC4710, ELEC4711 Note: Department permission required for enrolment 
Semester 1 Semester 2 
or  
AMME4121 Engineering Project A 
6  P 36 credit points of senior units of study. C AMME4122 N AMME4111, AMME4112 
Semester 1 Semester 2 
CHNG4813 Engineering Project A 
6  A Enrolment in this unit of study assumes that all (six) core chemical engineering UoS in third year have been successfully completed. P CHNG3801, CHNG3802, CHNG3803, CHNG3805, CHNG3806, CHNG3807 C CHNG4814 N CHNG4805, CHNG4811 Note: Department permission required for enrolmentin the following sessions:Semester 2, Students are expected to take the initiative when pursuing their research projects. The supervisor will be available for discussion  typically 1 hour per week. 
Semester 1 Semester 2 
ELEC4710 Engineering Project A 
6  P 36 credit points of units of study from level 3 and above. N ELEC4712, ELEC4713 Note: Department permission required for enrolmentin the following sessions:Semester 2, 
Semester 1 Semester 2 
These units are normally taken in Semester 1.  
Select 6 cp from: 

AMME4112 Honours Thesis B 
6  P AMME4111 N AMME4121, AMME4122 Note: Department permission required for enrolment 
Semester 1 Semester 2 
CHNG4812 Honours Thesis B 
6  A Enrolment in this unit of study assumes that Honours Thesis A and all (six) core chemical engineering units of study in third year have been successfully completed. C CHNG4811 N CHNG4805, CHNG4814 Note: Department permission required for enrolment Students are expected to take the initiative when pursuing their research projects. The supervisor will be available for discussion  typically 1 hour per week. 
Semester 1 Semester 2 
ELEC4713 Honours Thesis B 
6  P 36 credit points of units of study from level 3 and above C ELEC4712 N ELEC4710, ELEC4711 Note: Department permission required for enrolment 
Semester 1 Semester 2 
or  
AMME4122 Engineering Project B 
6  P AMME4121 N AMME4111, AMME4112 
Semester 1 Semester 2 
CHNG4814 Engineering Project B 
6  A Enrolment in this unit of study assumes that all (six) core chemical engineering UoS in third year have been successfully completed. C CHNG4813 N CHNG4805, CHNG4812 Note: Department permission required for enrolmentin the following sessions:Semester 1, Students are expected to take the initiative when pursuing their research projects. The supervisor will be available for discussion  typically 1 hour per week. 
Semester 1 Semester 2 
ELEC4711 Engineering Project B 
6  A 36 credit points of units of study from level 3 and above C ELEC4710 Engineering Project A N ELEC4712, ELEC4713 Note: Department permission required for enrolmentin the following sessions:Semester 1, 
Semester 1 Semester 2 
These units are normally taken in semester 2  
Acceptable alternative units of study 

Most units of study offered by the Faculty of Science shown in the tables can be replaced by an equivalent advanced level unit, subject to prerequisite conditions (as required by the Faculty of Science) being met. Students considering doing advanced options should seek advice from their department before enrolling.  
Students undertaking Study Abroad in a particular year of their degree must enrol in the appropriate International Exchange Program units of study as an alternative to a semester's standard units.  
Requirements for a major 

Completion of the Bachelor of Engineering(Biomedical) as a stand alone degree requires that a major sequence of units be completed in order to meet total degree requirements. The available majors are,  
(1) Mechanical Engineering  
(2) Electrical Engineering  
(3) Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering  
(4) Information Technology  
(5) Mechatronic Engineerimg  
The sequence of units required to complete a major in one of these areas is shown in the following tables.  
Mechanical Engineering Major 

AMME1550 Dynamics 1 
6  A HSC extension 1 maths 
Semester 2 
AMME2500 Engineering Dynamics 
6  P (MATH1001 or MATH1901 or MATH1906), (MATH1002 or MATH1902), (AMME1550 or PHYS1001 or PHYS1901 ) 
Semester 1 
AMME2301 Mechanics of Solids 
6  P (MATH1001 or MATH1901 or MATH1906), (MATH1002 or MATH1902), (MATH1003 or MATH1903 or MATH1907), ENGG1802 
Semester 2 
MECH3261 Fluid Mechanics 
6  P AMME2200 
Semester 1 
AMME3500 System Dynamics and Control 
6  P AMME2500; (MATH2061 or MATH2961 or MATH2067) 
Semester 1 
MECH2400 Mechanical Design 1 
6  A ENGG1801 and ENGG1802, HSC Maths and Physics 
Semester 2 
MECH3361 Mechanics of Solids 2 
6  P AMME2301 and AMME2302 
Semester 2 
MECH3362 Materials 2 
6  A This subject requires you to have two important skills to bring in: (1) A good understanding of basic knowledge and principles of material science and engineering from AMME2302 Materials I and mechanics of solids for simple structural elements (in tension, bending, torsion) from AMME2301 ; (2) Reasonable mathematical skills in calculation of stresses and strains in simple structural elements. P AMME2301 and AMME2302 
Semester 1 
Electrical Engineering Major 

ELEC1601 Foundations of Computer Systems 
6  A HSC Mathematics extension 1 or 2 
Semester 2 
PHYS1001 Physics 1 (Regular) 
6  A HSC Physics C Recommended concurrent Units of Study: (MATH1001/MATH1901, MATH1002/MATH1902) N PHYS1002, PHYS1901, EDUH1017 
Semester 1 
PHYS1003 Physics 1 (Technological) 
6  A HSC Physics or PHYS1001 or PHYS1002 or PHYS1901 or equivalent. C Recommended concurrent Units of Study: (MATH1003/MATH1903), (MATH1005/MATH1905). N PHYS1004, PHYS1902 It is recommended that PHYS1001 or PHYS1002 or PHYS1901 be completed before this unit 
Semester 2 
ELEC2602 Digital System Design 
6  A ELEC1601. This unit of study assumes some knowledge of digital data representation and basic computer organisation 
Semester 1 
ELEC3803 Bioelectronics 
6  A Familiarity with transistor operations, basic electrical circuits, embedded programming is required. P ELEC2104 AND ELEC2602 
Semester 2 
Select 18 cp from the following block of units,  
ELEC3304 Control 
6  A Specifically the following concepts are assumed knowledge for this unit: familiarity with basic Algebra, Differential and Integral Calculus, Physics; solution of linear differential equations, Matrix Theory, eigenvalues and eigenvectors; linear electrical circuits, ideal opamps; continuous linear timeinvariant systems and their time and frequency domain representations, Laplace transform, Fourier transform. P (MATH2061 or MATH2961) and ELEC2302 N AMME3500 
Semester 2 
ELEC3305 Digital Signal Processing 
6  A Specifically the following concepts are assumed knowledge for this unit: familiarity with basic Algebra, Differential and Integral Calculus, continuous linear timeinvariant systems and their time and frequency domain representations, Fourier transform, sampling of continuous time signals. P ELEC2302 
Semester 1 
ELEC3404 Electronic Circuit Design 
6  A A background in basic electronics and circuit theory is assumed. 
Semester 1 
ELEC3607 Embedded Systems 
6  A Logic operations, theorems and Boolean algebra, data representation, number operations (binary, hex, integers and floating point), combinational logic analysis and synthesis, sequential logic, registers, counters, bus systems, state machines, simple CAD tools for logic design, basic computer organisation, the CPU, peripheral devices, software organisation, machine language, assembly language, operating systems, data communications and computer networks. P ELEC1601 and ELEC2602 N ELEC2601 
Semester 1 
Chemical and Biomolecular Major 

CHNG1103 Material & Energy Transformations Intro 
6  A Mathematics Extension 1; 2 unit Physics; 2 unit Chemistry. 
Semester 2 
CHNG2801 Conservation and Transport Processes 
6  A Calculus Computations (Matlab, Excel) Mass and Energy Balances P All core 1st year engineering units of study. 
Semester 1 
CHNG2804 Chemical & Biological Systems Behaviour 
6  A Ability to conduct mass and energy balances, and the integration of these concepts to solve real chemical engineering problems Ability to understand basic principles of physical chemistry, physics and mechanics Ability to use mathematics of calculus (including vector calculus) and linear algebra, and carry out computations with MATLAB and MS EXCEL. P All core 1st year engineering units of study. C CHNG2805 (Industrial Systems and Sustainability) CHNG2806 (Analysis Practice 2  Treatment, Purification and Recovery Systems) CHEM2403 (Chemistry of Biological Molecules) 
Semester 2 
CHNG2805 Industrial Systems and Sustainability 
6  A Ability to conduct mass and energy balances, and the integration of these concepts to solve real chemical engineering problems Ability to understand basic principles of physical chemistry, physics and mechanics Ability to use mathematics of calculus (including vector calculus) and linear algebra, and carry out computations with MATLAB and MS EXCEL. Ability to read widely outside of the technical literature, and to synthesise arguments based on such literature Ability to write coherent reports and essays based on qualitative information P All core 1st year engineering units of study. C CHNG2804 (Chemical and Biological Systems Behaviour) CHNG2806 (Analysis Practice 2  Treatment, Purification & Recovery Systems) CHEM2403 (Chemistry of Biological Molecules) 
Semester 2 
CHNG2806 Materials Purification and Recovery 
6  A Ability to conduct mass and energy balances, and the integration of these concepts to solve real chemical engineering problems Ability to understand basic principles of physical chemistry, physics and mechanics Ability to use mathematics of calculus (including vector calculus) and linear algebra, and carry out computations with MATLAB and MS EXCEL. Ability to read widely outside of the technical literature, and to synthesise arguments based on such literature Ability to write coherent reports and essays based on qualitative and quantitative information P All core 1st year engineering units of study. C CHNG2804 (Chemical and Biological Systems Behaviour) CHNG2805 (Industrial Systems and Sustainability) CHEM2403 (Chemistry of Biological Molecules) 
Semester 2 
CHNG3801 Process Design 
6  A Enrolment in this unit of study assumes that all (six) core chemical engineering UoS in second year have been successfully completed. P CHNG2801; CHNG2802; CHNG2803; CHNG2804; CHNG2805; CHNG2806 C CHNG3803, CHNG3802 
Semester 1 
CHNG3802 Operating/Improving Industrial Systems 
6  A Enrolment in this unit of study assumes that all (six) core chemical engineering UoS in second year have been successfully completed. P CHNG2801; CHNG2802; CHNG2803; CHNG2804; CHNG2805; CHNG2806 C CHNG3801 (Process Design) CHNG3803 (Design Practice 1  Chemical & Biological Processes) 
Semester 1 
CHNG3804 Biochemical Engineering 
6  A Enrolment in this unit of study assumes that all (six) core chemical engineering units of study in second year have been successfully completed. P CHNG2801; CHNG2802, CHNG2803; CHNG2804; CHNG2805; CHNG2806; 
Semester 2 
Information Technology Major 

INFO1105 Data Structures 
6  A Programming, as for INFO1103 P INFO1003 or INFO1103 or INFO1903 or INFS1000 
Semester 2 
INFO2120 Database Systems 1 
6  A Some exposure to programming and some familiarity with data model concepts such as taught in INFO1103 or INFO1003 or INFS1000 or INFO1903 N INFO2820, COMP5138 
Semester 1 
COMP2129 Operating Systems and Machine Principles 
6  A Programming, as from INFO1103, INFO1105 N SOFT2130, SOFT2830, SOFT2004, SOFT2904, COMP2004, COMP2904 
Semester 1 
COMP2007 Algorithms and Complexity 
6  A INFO1105, MATH1004 or MATH1904 N COMP2907, COMP3309, COMP3609, COMP3111, COMP3811 
Semester 2 
INFO2110 Systems Analysis and Modelling 
6  A Experience with a data model as in INFO1003 or INFO1103 or INFS1000 
Semester 2 
Select 18 cp from the following block of units  
COMP3308 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence 
6  A COMP2007,programing skills (e.g. Java, Python, C, C++, Matlab) N COMP3608 
Semester 1 
COMP3419 Graphics and Multimedia 
6  P (COMP2007 OR COMP 2907) and 6 cp of Junior Math 
Semester 1 
INFO3220 Object Oriented Design 
6  P INFO2110 and COMP2129 
Semester 1 
COMP3456 Computational Methods for Life Sciences 
6  P (INFO1105 or INFO1905) and (COMP2007 or INFO2120) and 6 credit points from BIOL or MBLG 
Semester 2 
INFO3315 HumanComputer Interaction 
6  A Background in programming and operating systems that is sufficient for the student to independently learn new programming tools from standard online technical materials. Ability to conduct a literature search. Ability to write reports of work done. 
Semester 2 
INFO3404 Database Systems 2 
6  A This unit of study assumes that students have previous knowledge of database concepts including (1) ER modelling, (2) the relational data model and (3) SQL. The prerequisite material is covered in INFO 2120/2820. Familiarity with a programming language (e.g. Java or C) is also expected. N INFO3504 
Semester 2 
COMP3615 Software Development Project 
6  P INFO3402 AND COMP2129 AND (COMP2007 OR COMP2907 OR COMP2121) N INFO3600 
Semester 2 
Mechatronic Engineering Major 

MTRX1702 Mechatronics 1 
6  N ELEC1101, ELEC2602, COSC1002, COSC1902 
Semester 2 
AMME1550 Dynamics 1 
6  A HSC extension 1 maths 
Semester 2 
AMME2500 Engineering Dynamics 
6  P (MATH1001 or MATH1901 or MATH1906), (MATH1002 or MATH1902), (AMME1550 or PHYS1001 or PHYS1901 ) 
Semester 1 
MTRX2700 Mechatronics 2 
6  A Students are assumed to know how to program using the 'C' programming language. Additionally, students should understand the basic concepts behind simple digital logic circuits. P MTRX1701 and MTRX1702 N ELEC2601, ELEC3607 
Semester 1 
AMME2301 Mechanics of Solids 
6  P (MATH1001 or MATH1901 or MATH1906), (MATH1002 or MATH1902), (MATH1003 or MATH1903 or MATH1907), ENGG1802 
Semester 2 
AMME3500 System Dynamics and Control 
6  P AMME2500; (MATH2061 or MATH2961 or MATH2067) 
Semester 1 
ELEC3404 Electronic Circuit Design 
6  A A background in basic electronics and circuit theory is assumed. 
Semester 1 
MTRX3700 Mechatronics 3 
6  P MTRX2700 N MECH4710 
Semester 2 
Resolutions of the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies relating to this table: 

BE (Biomedical) Engineering 

A minimum of 192 credit points is required to be eligible for the award of the degree of BE(Biomedical). 144 cp are selected from the core and recommended unit tables and 48 cp are selected from a table of major units.  
BE(Biomedical)/BSc or BCom or BMedSci or BPM or BA or LLB 

In addition to gaining credit for the units of study set out in the above tables, candidates are required to complete sufficient Biomedical Engineering electives so as to bring their total of eligible engineering credit points to at least 144. Further to this they are required to complete at least 96 credit points of units of study given by the Faculty of Science for the BE/BSc and BMedSci, or the School of Business for the BE/BCom or from the core units table for BPM. In the case of the BE/BA, they are required to complete at least 84 credit points of units of study given by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, and the remaining 12 credit points will be Biomedical Engineering electives from the table above.  
A minimum of 240 credit points is required to be eligible for the combined degrees BE/BSc, BMedSci, BE/BCom and BE/BA.  
In the case of the BE/LLB, they are required to complete 96 credit points of compulsory Law units of study and a further 48 credit points of elective Law units of study.  
A minimum of 288 credit points is required to be eligible for the combined degree BE/LLB.  
Candidates should refer to the joint resolutions of the faculty in which they are undertaking the second degree. 