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Credit Transfer Details


Other Australian TAFE or Registered Training Organisation (not listed elsewhere)

External Course

Australian Advanced Diploma (AQF6) or Associate Degree (AQF6) or Overseas Qualification Equivalent

University of Canberra Course

Bachelor of Engineering in Network and Software Engineering (Honours) (344JA.1)


  • Arrangement Start Date: 12/01/2018
  • Arrangement End Date: 31/12/2020

Relevant Information

The Australian Advanced Diploma (AQF6), Associate Degree (AQF6) or Overseas Qualification Equivalent must be in the fields of information technology, network and/or software engineering and computer sciences

The typical study pattern will be for a duration of 2.5 years. If the typical study pattern does not appear on the website please contact the faculty at for a typical study pattern.  

Credit Overview

36 credit points of advanced standing out of 96 credit points.

Credit Detail (units)

University of Canberra Unit NameUnit CodeCredit Points
Database Design59153
Discrete Mathematics66983
Engineering Mathematics100873
Introduction to Computer Engineering82233
Introduction to Information Technology44783
Introduction to Network Engineering87413
Software Technology 144833
Systems Analysis and Modelling63653

Credit Detail (unspecified)

DescriptionYearCredit Points
Unspecified Credit212

Note: Level 2 unspecified credit includes two Restricted Choices (6 credit points)

Typical Study Pattern

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