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Unit of study_

ENGG4111: Integrated Engineering 4

The focus for this unit is on fostering leadership capacity in engineering through exploration of 'Grand Challenges' impacting engineering as a socially, economically and environmentally influential field of practice. Through a number of activities, students are provided opportunities to demonstrate skills in leadership, influencing, research and analysis. At this level, students are expected to work autonomously and collaboratively to generate forward thinking policy positions for an engineering entity in response to a global Grand Challenge.

Code ENGG4111
Academic unit Engineering
Credit points 2
Prerequisites:
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(ENGG2111 OR ENGG2062) AND 84cp ENGI UoS
Corequisites:
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None
Prohibitions:
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ENGG4064 OR ENGG4065

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

  • LO1. Demonstrate written, oral and graphical communication skills at professional engineering standard including capacity to debate, negotiate, and justify an engineering position
  • LO2. Manage mature team relationships through inclusive work practices, respecting cultural diversity and the multidisciplinary dimensions of engineering teams
  • LO3. Communicate complex issues and positions to a variety of audiences, from novice to expert
  • LO4. Exercise sound critical judgement in relation to personal and professional ethics, including an open-minded and pro-active attitude toward questioning industry norms
  • LO5. Evaluate and synthesise a wide range of resources, demonstrating research skills & ability to work across disciplines
  • LO6. Identify learning and knowledge needs of an engineering organisation and exercise strategic thinking
  • LO7. Competently address complex problems requiring interdisciplinary knowledge, under some supervision.

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