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Credit Transfer Details

Institution

University of Mumbai Affiliated Institutions

External Course

First 2 Years of Study in the Bachelor of Computer Engineering

University of Canberra Course

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

Dates

  • Arrangement Start Date: 23/08/2019
  • Arrangement End Date: 23/08/2022

Relevant Information

To be eligible for this credit arrangement, students must successfully complete the first two years of study in Bachelor of Computer Engineering at University of Mumbai Affiliated Institutions.

Upon completion of two semesters' study at University of Canberra, students need to enrol in 10006 - Engineering Work Experience (0 credit points) to have 12 weeks of professional work experience is required by Engineers Australia.

Credit Overview

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

Credit Detail (units)

University of Canberra Unit NameUnit CodeCredit Points
Communication Theory82333
Database Design59153
Discrete Mathematics66983
Electronics Systems82243
Engineering Mathematics100873
Introduction to Computer Engineering82233
Introduction to Information Technology44783
Introduction to Network Engineering114853
Professional Practice in Engineering115193
Software Technology 144833
Systems Analysis and Modelling114863

Credit Detail (unspecified)

DescriptionYearCredit Points
Unspecified Credit19
Unspecified Credit26

Typical Study Pattern

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