Regulations for the Bachelor of Engineering with Honours
The following regulations apply to students commencing study within the 2017 academic year. For previously published regulations, refer to the Calendar archive (Academic Services website).
See also General Course and Examination Regulations.
Any modification to a programme of study must maintain the integrity of the programme and align with the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ) accreditation guidelines for the discipline that the candidate is undertaking.
To qualify for the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering with Honours a candidate must complete:
Candidates are not permitted to enrol in any engineering courses of the Third Professional Examination prior to completion of the First Professional Examination.
In exceptional circumstances a candidate may be permitted by the Dean of Engineering and Forestry to complete all the requirements, both academic and non-academic, of the award outside the time limitation. In such circumstances the candidate will be awarded a degree of Bachelor of Engineering.
A candidate who enrols concurrently for the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering with Honours and another award shall, in order to qualify for the award of both degrees, be enrolled for a course of study approved under the provisions of the General Course and Examination Regulation A3, and shall:
A candidate wishing to be enrolled in any subject which is also a subject of examination for another degree shall comply with the regulations for that degree relating to prerequisites, combinations of subjects, and practical work, as are applicable to that subject.
A candidate may enquire, from the Dean of Engineering and Forestry, as to the Faculty Guideline on the application of restricted credit as described in the General Course and Examination Regulations.
* ENGR 100 is a zero-EFTS course (no fees).
Chemical and Process Engineering
Civil Engineering, Forest Engineering and Natural Resources Engineering
Computer Engineering and Electrical and Electronic Engineering
* Note: See www.engf.canterbury.ac.nz/behons/intermediateyear.shtml for transitional arrangements for students who have not taken NCEA level 3 chemistry.
The professional examinations are laid out in regulations 13 – 42.