Bachelor of Engineering with Honours - Award Regulations - University of Canterbury - New Zealand

Mechatronics Engineering

The following regulations apply to students commencing study within the 2018 academic year. For previously published regulations, refer to the Calendar archive (Academic Services website). Find key terms in the Glossary of terms.

Note: These regulations refer to the Professional Years (years 2-4) for study in Mechatronics Engineering. For information on the Intermediate Year (first year of study) and the overall Bachelor of Engineering with Honours degree, refer to the BE(Hons) Regulations.

34.
First Professional Examination
(1)
ENEL 198 Electrical Workshop Course
(2)
ENME 199 Workshop Training Course for Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering
(3)
EMTH 210 Engineering Mathematics 2
(4)
EMTH 211 Engineering Linear Algebra and Statistics
(5)
ENCE 260 Computer Systems
(6)
ENEL 270 Principles of Electronics and Devices
(7)
ENME 202 Stress, Strain and Deformation in Machine Elements
(8)
ENME 203 Dynamics and Vibrations
(9)
ENMT 201 Mechatronics Design
35.
Second Professional Examination
(1)
ENCE 361 Embedded Systems 1
(2)
ENEL 301 Fundamentals of Engineering Economics and Management
(3)
ENEL 372 Power and Analogue Electronics
(4)
ENME 302 Computational and Applied Mechanical Analysis
(5)
ENME 303 Controls and Vibrations
(6)
ENMT 301 Mechatronics System Design
(7)
Sufficient courses selected from:
(a)
ENME 215 Thermodynamics
(b)
ENME 314 Fluid Mechanics
(c)
ENEL 373 Digital Electronics and Devices
(d)
Any 15 point 300-level option to be approved by the Director of Studies
36.
Third Professional Examination
(1)
ENMT 401 Mechatronics Honours Research and Development Project
(2)
ENCE 461 Embedded Systems 2
(3)
ENME 403 Linear Systems Control and System Identification
(4)
Sufficient courses selected from:
(a)
ENMT 482 Robotics
(b)
COSC 428 Computer Vision
(c)
ENCE 464 Embedded Software and Advanced Computing
(d)
ENEL 471 Power Electronics 2
(e)
ENME 402 Advanced Vibrations and Acoustics
(f)
ENME 406 Engineering Product Design and Analysis
(g)
ENME 423 Instrumentation and Sensors
(h)
Any 15 point 400-level option to be approved by the Director of Studies
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