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ENGG1111: Integrated Engineering 1

2022 unit information

Integrated Engineering 1 provides students with an understanding of the nature and diversity of engineering practice and begins the development of a set of intellectual tools for integrating their ongoing personal, academic, and professional development. An open-ended design project is used to highlight foundational engineering and professional practice skills, and the application of these skills to real world projects and workplace practice. The project demonstrates the role that various professional and academic competencies play in the ability to manage contemporary professional engineering issues. Through developing their knowledge of the engineering discipline, students enhance their capacity for lifelong learning through critical reflection and self-assessment, creating and monitoring career goals as well as building a sense of responsibility for their learning. Through case studies, design projects and challenges, students expand their communication skills, develop competency in team-based problem solving and creating innovative solutions, as well as apply critical thinking and inquiry. These activities also develop student's research skills and enable them to experience the engineering design process, manage projects, and appreciate the significance of ethics, safety and sustainability. Dalyell students may enrol in ENGD1000 Building a Sustainable World in place of ENGG1111.

Unit details and rules

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Study level Undergraduate
Academic unit Engineering
Credit points 6
ENGG1803 or ENGG1061 or ENGG2112
Assumed knowledge:

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. demonstrate knowledge in using and managing appropriate resources and communication technologies
  • LO2. demonstrate written, oral and graphical communication skills at an academic standard
  • LO3. show commitment to working effectively as part of a team, being constructive, contributing ideas and completing tasks on time
  • LO4. understand the responsibilities and issues of professional engineering practice
  • LO5. critically reflect on personal professional development in relation to learning outcomes and expected competencies developing the capacity to self and peer assess
  • LO6. indicate progress in understanding diverse ways of knowing and doing across different engineering disciplines
  • LO7. explain the nature and challenges of interdisciplinary engineering design and processes
  • LO8. contribute productively to a design and build a project as part of a team
  • LO9. indicate progress in advancing capability

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Session MoA ?  Location Outline ? 
Semester 1 2020
Normal day Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney
Semester 2 2020
Normal day Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney
Semester 1 2021
Normal day Remote
Semester 1 2022
Normal day Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney
Semester 1 2022
Normal day Remote

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