Engineering First Year (EFY)

You will study the fundamental concepts and develop the required skills common to all areas of engineering. You will have a great opportunity to explore the range of engineering disciplines available to you before choosing your engineering major from second year.

Program

The EFY program was developed as a base from which all Curtin Engineering disciplines seek to produce graduates who have a solid theoretical grounding, a strong practical focus, are culturally astute and professionally accomplished.

The EFY and its support services endeavour to ensure that Curtin engineering students can progress smoothly into their area of specialization and graduate as sought-after and job-ready engineers. Its cross-disciplinary curriculum has been designed to provide the skill base required for the commencement of discipline-specific engineering studies.

The EFY and its support services endeavour to ensure that Curtin engineering students can progress smoothly into their area of specialization and graduate as sought-after and job-ready engineers.

Program Structure

 2019   
Year 1 Semester 1 
Unit Code Unit Title Credit Hours
MCEN1000 Engineering Mechanics 25
INDE1000 Engineering Foundations – Principles and Communication 25
MATH1020 Calculus for Engineers 25
MAEN1000 Engineering Materials  25
  Total Credit 100
Year 1 Semester 2 
Unit Code Unit Title Credit Hours
ELEN1000 Electrical Systems 25
MATH1019 Linear Algebra and Statistics for Engineers 25
INDE1001 Engineering Foundations – Design and Processes 25
COMP1004 Engineering Programming 12.5
  Select optional Units to the total value of : 12.5 credits  
ELEN1001* Introduction to Renewable Energy* 12.5
ENGR1000 Engineering Connections 12.5
  Total Credit 100

*NOTE: All students intended to pursue Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) are encouraged to enrol for ELEN1001 Introduction to Renewable Energy and priority for enrolment will be given to Chemical Engineering.

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