Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil) (BE(Hons)(Civil))

Program Code

BENGH

Academic Year

2024

Special Notes

These Program Rules should be read in conjunction with the University's policies (http://www.adelaide.edu.au/policies).

Overview

This program will provide students with skills and knowledge in creating and maintaining the physical infrastructure of society while managing and conserving natural resources. The program has an emphasis on engineering problem-solving and design and analysis using modern, computer-based methods. All civil engineering students will complete a common first year before continuing into their disciplines. The first and second years of the program develop mathematics and science skills, with fundamental engineering and design courses. Third and fourth years enable students to specialise and focuses on project based learning. Students can choose to study majors in Construction Management, Environmental Engineering, Renewable Energy, or Structures and Infrastructure. Students can alternatively choose a minor in Defence Systems, Entrepreneurship, or Humanitarian Engineering.
 
The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil) is an AQF Level 8 qualification with a standard full-time duration of 4 years.

This program is accredited by Engineers Australia and graduates of the program qualify for professional membership of Engineers Australia.
 

Program Learning Outcome
1. Contribute to the design of creative, sustainable, economic and safe solutions, which satisfy the objectives of clients and stakeholders.
2. Demonstrate a broad, theory-based understanding of the mathematical, natural and physical sciences underpinning engineering practice, and evaluate the differences between theoretical and applied system behaviour.
3. Demonstrate a conceptual understanding of the computer and information sciences that underpin engineering practice.
4. Demonstrate a substantial and contemporary body-of-knowledge of engineering methods, tools and processes for a specific discipline, complemented by relevant knowledge from related disciplines.
5. Professionally and ethically conduct themselves and their work, respecting the communities and cultural norms within which that work is carried out.
6. Communicate objectively and effectively, in written and oral forms, to lay and expert audiences.
7. Apply critical and independent thinking to make sound judgements, based on evidence, theory and logical reasoning.
8. Maintain and develop knowledge of advancements in engineering practice and research in the specific discipline, and apply this knowledge innovatively when devising solutions.
9. Be an effective, emotionally and culturally intelligent team member, with leadership potential.
10. Apply a systems approach to managing and developing solutions to complex problems.
Conditions

Interruption of program: Students must apply for permission from the Executive Dean or delegate before taking a Leave of Absence. Any extension of the leave without approval will result in the loss of place in the program but an application may be made to be re-admitted to the program subject to the admission procedures in place at the time.

Program Maximum Duration: As specified in Table 1 of the Coursework Academic Programs Policy, this program must be completed within a Maximum Duration which includes any periods of non-enrolment, leave of absence or approved study at other institutions for credit towards a Program.

Academic Program Rules for Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil)

There shall be a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil).

Qualification Requirements
Academic Program: 

To qualify for the degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil), the student must complete satisfactorily a program of study consisting of the following requirements with a combined total of not less than 96 units, comprising:

  1. Core courses to the value of 66 units.
  2. A Research Project to the value of 6 units.
  3. Elective courses to the value of 24 units with the option of a major in one of the following:
    • Construction Management
    • Environmental Engineering
    • Renewable Energy
    • Structures and Infrastructure
  4. A minor in Defence Systems, Entrepreneurship or Humanitarian Engineering can be presented in lieu of available electives within the program.
  5. A total of 8 weeks of approved engineering work placement is required. Students will need to enrol into the ENG 3100 Engineering Internship UG (0 units) course to complete this requirement. 
  6. Unless exempted, International students are required to take ENG 1011 Introduction to Engineering EAL in lieu of ENG 1001 Introduction to Engineering