University of Technology Sydney

MAJ03420 Computer Control Engineering

Computer control engineering involves the use of computers to control real-time applications in areas such as instrumentation automation for manufacturing, biomedical and power applications. Computer control engineers combine control, electronics, software and computer systems to design innovative solutions for industry.

The Computer Control Engineering major offers subjects which teach you about the brains behind machines, how to design systems for computer or biomedical applications, the design of artificial intelligence and more.

The knowledge you gain prepares you for work in many industries involving instrumentation and control, electronics, biomedical engineering and power systems. Background knowledge in electrical engineering and computer systems will prepare you for this course, however it is not a requisite.

Completion requirements

CBK90230  Elective (Engineering)  6cp
CBK90354  Major core subject choice  6cp
Select 12 credit points of options:  12cp
49274  Advanced Robotics 6cp 
49261  Biomedical Instrumentation 6cp 
49329  Control of Mechatronic Systems 6cp 
32555  Fundamentals of Software Development 6cp 
49275  Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic 6cp 
32603  Systems Quality Management 6cp 
Total  24cp