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Unit study package code: MCEN4010 

Mode of study: Internal

Tuition pattern summary: Note: For any specific variations to this tuition pattern and for precise

information refer to the Learning Activities section.

Lecture: 1 x 1 Hours Weekly

Tutorial: 1 x 2 Hours Weekly

This unit does not have a fieldwork component.

Credit Value: 12.5

Pre-requisite units:

308814 (v.0) Dynamic Systems 334 or any previous version

OR

308829 (v.0) Automatic Control 321 or any previous version

OR

MCEN3005 (v.0) Fundamentals of Mechanical Vibration or any previous

version

OR

MXEN3004 (v.0) Dynamic Modelling and Control or any previous version

AND

308803 (v.0) Mechanical Design 337 or any previous version

OR

308826 (v.0) Manufacturing for Mechatronics 332 or any previous version

OR

MCEN3001 (v.0) Machine Design or any previous version

OR

MXEN3001 (v.0) Manufacturing for Mechatronics or any previous version

AND

308815 (v.0) Automatic Control 333 or any previous version

OR

154410 (v.0) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic Engineering) or any

previous version

OR

312635 (v.0) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic Engineering) or any

previous version

OR

314518 (v.0) Linear Systems and Control 332 or any previous version

OR

MCEN3006 (v.0) Linear Systems and Control or any previous version

AND

Unit Outline

MCEN4010 Professional Engineering Practice

Semester 2, 2016

Faculty of Science and Engineering

Department of Mechanical Engineering

MCEN4010 Professional Engineering Practice

Bentley Campus

27 Jul 2016

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering

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CRICOS Provider Code 00301J

The only authoritative version of this Unit Outline is to be found online in OASIS

308812 (v.0) Industrial Technology 342 or any previous version

OR

308827 (v.0) Mechatronic Automation 331 or any previous version

OR

MCEN3003 (v.0) Competitive Manufacturing Processes or any previous

version

OR

MXEN3002 (v.0) Mechatronics Automation Project or any previous version

AND

308813 (v.0) Materials 337 or any previous version

OR

308828 (v.0) Mechanical Design 321 or any previous version

OR

MCEN3004 (v.0) Advanced Strength of Materials or any previous version

OR

MXEN3003 (v.0) Design of Mechanical Components or any previous version

AND

308801 (v.0) Thermal Engineering Processes 331 or any previous version

OR

12855 (v.0) Embedded Systems Engineering 301 or any previous version

OR

MCEN3000 (v.0) Applied Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer or any

previous version

OR

CMPE3001 (v.0) Embedded Systems Engineering or any previous version

AND

3864 (v.0) Electrical Plant 242 or any previous version

OR

12835 (v.0) Power Electronics 304 or any previous version

OR

ELEN2004 (v.0) Electrical Plant or any previous version

OR

ETEN3003 (v.0) Power Electronics or any previous version

AND

307660 (v.0) Engineering Sustainable Development 201 or any previous

version

OR

ENEN2000 (v.0) Engineering Sustainable Development or any previous

version

AND

308810 (v.0) Fluid Flow Modelling 332 or any previous version

OR

308825 (v.0) Mechatronic Project 332 or any previous version

Faculty of Science and Engineering 

Department of Mechanical

Engineering

MCEN4010 Professional Engineering Practice

Bentley Campus

27 Jul 2016

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering

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CRICOS Provider Code 00301J

The only authoritative version of this Unit Outline is to be found online in OASIS

Acknowledgement of Country

We respectfully acknowledge the Indigenous Elders, custodians, their descendants and kin of this land past and

present.

Syllabus

The Engineering Profession. Professional behaviour and image. Professional institutions and qualifications. After

Graduation - recruitment. Project research. Communication, negotiation and presentation skills. Occupational health

and safety. Leadership skills. Negotiation Skills. Technological change. Group presentations.

Introduction

The aims of this unit are to provide students with an awareness of the duties of a professional engineer,

an understanding of the responsibilities of a professional practitioner and the confidence to operate in

a professional environment.

Unit Learning Outcomes

OR

MCEN3002 (v.0) Applied Fluid Mechanics or any previous version

OR

MXEN3000 (v.0) Mechatronics Design Project or any previous version

Co-requisite units: Nil

Anti-requisite units: Nil

Result type: Grade/Mark

Approved incidental fees: Information about approved incidental fees can be obtained from our website.

Visit fees.curtin.edu.au/incidental_fees.cfm for details.

Unit coordinator: Title: Dr

Name: Garry Leadbeater

Phone: +618 9266 4726

Email: G.Leadbeater@exchange.curtin.edu.au

Location: Building: 204 - Room: 206

Teaching Staff:

Administrative contact: Name: Margaret Brown

Phone: +618 9266 7580

Email: M.L.Brown@curtin.edu.au

Location: Building: 204 - Room: 401

Faculty of Science and Engineering 

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