Diploma of Science (Engineering Studies)
The program is specially designed for students wishing to enrol in the wide range of programs offered by ECU’s School of Engineering. The Engineering programs are structured heavily around practical learning; you will have the opportunity to work with real hardware, not just simulation packages.
The program consists of 8 units of study and can be completed over 2 or 3 trimesters.
Students who successfully complete 4 units under the ACBT Diploma program will receive Advanced Standing in the ECC Diploma of Science (Engineering Studies) Program – Year 2 (CRICOS Code 092036D).
Students also have the possibility of receiving up to 8 units (120 credit points) advanced standing, the equivalent of the first year, in the respective bachelor’s degree at ECU.
A minimum of 50% pass in all units is required for progression to ECU.
|Year||Sri Lankan Students|
LKR 86,000/- per unit
|Diploma of Science (Engineering Studies) – Core Units||Pre-requisites|
|ENS1154||Introduction to Engineering|
|ENS1180||Introduction to Energy and Resource Engineering|
|MAT1250||Mathematics 1||A/L Maths Pass or MAT137: Introductory Applied Maths|
|ENM1102||Engineering Drawing and Computer-Aided Design (CAD)|
|ENS1101||Engineering Mechanics||A/L Physics & A/L Maths Pass
PHY100: Introductory Physics &
MAT137: Introductory Applied Maths
|ENS1253||Electrical Engineering 1B|
|MAT1251||Mathematics 2||A/L Maths Pass or MAT137: Introductory Applied Maths|
|ENS1115||Materials and Manufacturing|
Entry into 2nd year of
Can enter into the second year of Edith Cowan University to study the following courses:
- Bachelor of Engineering Honours (majors in, Civil, Civil and Environmental, Computer Systems, Electrical Power, Electrical and Renewable Energy, Electronics and Communications, Instrumentation Control and Automation, Mechanical, Mechatronics, Chemical, Chemical and Environmental, Petroleum) - 8 units (120 credit points)
- Bachelor of Technology (Electronic and Computer Systems) - 8 units (120 credit points)
- Bachelor of Technology (Motorsports) - 8 units (120 credit points)
- Bachelor of Technology (Aeronautical) - 8 units (120 credit points)
- Bachelor of Technology (Engineering) (majors in, Chemical, Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics and Communications) – 8 units (120 credit points)
- Bachelor of Engineering Science - 8 units (120 credit points)
- Bachelor of Technology (Aeronautical)
Students may also gain entry into Year 2 of many other Australian universities or Navitas-partnered universities elsewhere