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The Master of Engineering (Computer Aided Engineering and Design) consists of 96 credit points.
As part of this program you will complete the following core courses:
- Product Lifecycle Design and Management
Through this course you will gain a complete and holistic understanding of product life-cycle management (PLM), which represents an all-encompassing vision for managing data relating to the design, production, support and ultimate disposal of manufactured goods.
- Virtual Validation, Documentation and Maintenance
This course introduces you to validation processes throughout a product life-cycle. You’ll apply cutting-edge technical knowledge and expertise in the creation of products and develop strategies for the integration of computerised maintenance management systems into managing of work flow, in-service and out-service maintenance processes.
- Masters Engineering Project Part 1
This is the first part of a project that is conducted over two courses. You will plan your project, conduct a critical analysis of relevant published material and do sufficient work to evaluate and report on initial findings. This is a work-integrated project done either in conjunction with industry or in a simulated engineering work environment. You’ll work on your project individually or in small groups; however, you will submit individual reports and be assessed on your individual project work.
- Computer Integrated Manufacturing
As part of this course, you’ll develop a thorough understanding of the technology used in manufacturing systems and be introduced to the concepts of computer-integrated manufacturing and relevant standards, feature technology, product life-cycle management, computer-aided manufacturing, and computer numerical control.
- Advanced CAE
This course focuses on computer aided engineering (CAE) in design and engineering of mechanical systems. You will develop advanced knowledge and skills in CAE modelling and simulation.
- Masters Engineering Project Part 2
This is the second part of a project that is conducted over two courses. You will complete your research project, evaluate information and report your findings.
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Master of Engineering (Computer Aided Engineering and Design)
1 year Full Time; 2 years Part Time
1 year Full Time
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