University of Technology Sydney

MAJ03030 Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineers design, analyse, manufacture, manage and maintain mechanical systems including fluid and thermal systems. Areas of work include product design and manufacture, transport, agriculture, product and materials processing, renewable and non-renewable energy and power production, medicine, air-conditioning, the built environment, and many more. The Mechanical Engineering major prepares students to enter this ever-changing and challenging profession through the development of a good understanding of the knowledge, skills and practices that underpin the discipline. Students take on real engineering challenges in design-focussed studios throughout the program.

Completion requirements

48610  Introduction to Mechanical Engineering  6cp
41054  Applied Mechanics and Design A  6cp
41053  Materials and Manufacturing Engineering A  6cp
41099  Introduction to Mechatronics Engineering  6cp
41056  Machines and Mechanisms A  6cp
41057  Thermofluids A  6cp
41058  Dynamic Systems and Control A  6cp
43014  Applied Mechanics and Design B  6cp
43017  Machines and Mechanisms B  6cp
43015  Thermofluids B  6cp
Select 6 credit points of options:  6cp
41302  Additive Manufacturing 1 6cp 
43018  Dynamic Systems and Control B 6cp 
41301  Industrial Engineering 6cp 
41059  Mechanical Design Fundamentals Studio 1  6cp
41060  Mechanical Design Fundamentals Studio 2  6cp
41066  Mechanical Systems Design Studio 1  6cp
41067  Mechanical Systems Design Studio 2  6cp
43019  Design in Mechanical and Mechatronic Systems  6cp
41029  Engineering Research Preparation  6cp
48221  Engineering Computations  6cp
41030  Engineering Capstone  6cp
Total  114cp