Course level

Undergraduate

Faculty

Engineering, Architecture & Information Technology

School

Eng, Archi & Info Tech Fac

Units

4

Duration

Two Semesters

Class contact

2W1L1S6P

Incompatible

ENGG1000; ENGG1100; ENGG1200

Restricted

BE(Hons) and BE(Hons) Dual degree students only

Assessment methods

Portfolio, Individual and Team Reports, Peer assessment, Demonstration, Logbook, Problem sets, Quizzes, Written Reflections, Mid-semester examination.

Course coordinator

Dr Stephen Hall (s.hall@uq.edu.au)

Current course offerings

Course offerings Location Mode Course Profile
Semester 2, 2017 St Lucia Internal Course Profile
Semester 2, 2018 St Lucia Internal Profile unavailable

Please Note: Course profiles marked as not available may still be in development.

Course description


Introduction to a) engineering design through a disciplinespecific team project b) engineering problem solving through the relationship between theoretical, mathematical and computational modelling for predicting design performance, and c) the properties, and behaviours of engineering materials in design. Students will learn and apply professional engineering concepts and issues including: sustainability, safety, estimation, materials selection, decision making, project management, information literacy, communication (graphics, written, oral), ethics, and prototyping (building).

Students will also engage in a major team based multidisciplinary design project to develop first phase virtual and second phase physical prototype solutions. Students will be able to nominate a preference for system behavioural modelling using MatLab simulation software or structural modelling and CNC machining of a system component using Creo computer aided design software. The final system prototype will be physically tested to validate predicted performance in an end of session demonstration. The primary technical learning outcomes will be addressed through a combination of online learning activities and hands on collaborative tutorials and laboratories Students will require good project management, teamwork, information literacy, and communication skills. The course provides an introduction to engineering as a profession.

(This course is intended for students who commence the BE(Hons) in semester two. This course spans two semesters and students must enrol in ENGG1211 in both semester two and the following summer semester to receive a final grade for the course. Students who commence in semester one should undertake ENGG1100 in semester one and ENGG1200 in semester two.)