Skip to main content

During 2021 we will continue to support students who need to study remotely due to the ongoing impacts of COVID-19 and travel restrictions. Make sure you check the location code when selecting a unit outline or choosing your units of study in Sydney Student. Find out more about what these codes mean. Both remote and on-campus locations have the same learning activities and assessments, however teaching staff may vary. More information about face-to-face teaching and assessment arrangements for each unit will be provided on Canvas.

Unit of study_

ENGP3000: Professional Engagement Program 3

The BEHonours degree (and all associated combined degrees) requires all students to develop a deep understanding of the professional and social contexts in which their engineering knowledge can be applied, and how this context shapes the application of their knowledge. This involves a strong engagement with the practice of their profession and ensuring that they are responsive to the needs and context of industry and community. This engagement is met through the completion of the PEP - Professional Engagement Program - a degree-long integrated program of professional development activities that involves students in contextualising their learning, progressively taking greater responsibility for their own development, and building the foundations of a strong professional engineering career. Once students have completed the requirements of the third stage of the Professional Engagement Program they will pass PEP3.

Code ENGP3000
Academic unit Engineering
Credit points 0
Prerequisites:
? 
ENGP2000 AND [72cp of ENGI units of study]. Students must enrol in ENGP3000 in the semester immediately following completion of ENGP2000 and once they have completed at least 72cp of engineering units of study.
Corequisites:
? 
None
Prohibitions:
? 
ENGG4000 OR ENGG5217

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

  • LO1. Evaluate the contribution of all of your professional engagement activities including your recent internship experience to your professional development and understanding of engineering practice
  • LO2. Analyse graduate engineering employer requirements in your area of study and refine your value proposition for a potential graduate role
  • LO3. Appraise engineering graduate roles to identify those that are suited to your area of study, your competency and skill profile (from your portfolio), as well as your personality and preferences
  • LO4. Distinguish between the potential pathways towards professional engineering registration and career development
  • LO5. Research, classify and compare potential career paths for engineering graduates both within the professional engineering sector and elsewhere

Unit outlines

Unit outlines will be available 2 weeks before the first day of teaching for the relevant session.