Engineering, Testamur Major (T012)

  • Western Sydney University Major Code: T012

Previous Code:  ST3060.1

Available to students in other Western Sydney University programs?  No


Campus Mode Advice
Parramatta City Campus - Macquarie Street Internal Xiaohua (Sean) Jin

Major Structure 2021-2024

Students must complete three 10 credit point Management alternate subjects and three 10 credit point Engineering alternate subjects.

Subject Title Credit Points
Management subjects - offered in Quarter 2 and Quarter 4 sessons
Select three of the following:30
Contemporary People Management
Financial Reports for Decision Making
Governance, Ethics and Social Entrepreneurship
Managing in the Global Context
Strategic Business Management
Supply Chain Management
Engineering subjects - offered in Autumn and Spring sessions
Select three of the following:30
Advanced Applied Mechanics
Advanced Composite Structures
Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics
Advanced Computer Aided Engineering
Advanced Control Systems
Advanced Data Networks
Advanced Dynamic Systems
Advanced Electrical Machines and Drives
Advanced Geotechnical Engineering
Advanced Highway Infrastructure
Advanced Hydrogeology
Advanced Mobile Robotics
Advanced Numerical Methods in Engineering
Advanced Power Quality
Advanced Robotics
Advanced Signal Processing
Advanced Smart Grids and Distributed Generation
Advanced Statistical Hydrology
Advanced Structural Analysis
Advanced Thermal and Fluid Engineering
Advanced Timber Structures
Advanced Waste Management
Advanced Water Engineering
Deep Foundations
Instrumentation and Measurement (PG)
Mechanical System Design
Mechatronic System Design
Personal Communication Systems
Power System Planning and Economics
Sustainability and Risk Engineering (PG)
Wastewater Treatment and Recycling
Water Resources Systems Analysis
Water Treatment and Distribution
Total Credit Points60

Replaced Subject

The subject listed below counts towards completion of this major for students who passed this subject in 2019 or earlier.

CIVL 7010 - Advanced Water and Wastewater Treatment

Major Structure 2025

A​lternate subjects

Students in the Master of Project Management should complete the required number of credit points from the following subject list, as noted in their Pathway structure.

Students in the Graduate Diploma in Project Management should complete 50 credit points from the following list (40cps to complete the major plus an extra 10cps selected from the pool to complete the program).

Subject Title Credit Points
CIVL 7001Advanced Applied Mechanics10
CIVL 7002Advanced Composite Structures10
MECH 7001Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics10
MECH 7002Advanced Computer Aided Engineering10
ELEC 7001Advanced Control Systems10
ELEC 7002Advanced Data Networks10
MECH 7003Advanced Dynamic Systems10
ELEC 7003Advanced Electrical Machines and Drives10
CIVL 7003Advanced Geotechnical Engineering10
CIVL 7004Advanced Highway Infrastructure10
EART 7001Advanced Hydrogeology10
MECH 7004Advanced Mobile Robotics10
CIVL 7005Advanced Numerical Methods in Engineering10
ELEC 7004Advanced Power Quality10
MECH 7005Advanced Robotics10
ELEC 7005Advanced Signal Processing10
ELEC 7006Advanced Smart Grids and Distributed Generation10
EART 7002Advanced Statistical Hydrology10
CIVL 7006Advanced Structural Analysis10
MECH 7006Advanced Thermal and Fluid Engineering10
CIVL 7007Advanced Timber Structures10
CIVL 7008Advanced Waste Management10
CIVL 7009Advanced Water Engineering10
CIVL 7013Deep Foundations10
ELEC 7008Instrumentation and Measurement (PG)10
MECH 7007Mechanical System Design10
MECH 7008Mechatronic System Design10
ELEC 7009Personal Communication Systems10
ELEC 7010Power System Planning and Economics10
ENGR 7020Sustainability and Risk Engineering (PG)10
CIVL 7017Wastewater Treatment and Recycling10
CIVL 7015Water Resources Systems Analysis10
CIVL 7018Water Treatment and Distribution10