Naval Architecture

(Honours)
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+61 2 9385 4093
UAC Code: 
425050
92
Assumed: 
HSC Maths Ext. 1 and Physics
T3 Entry: 
Yes

Suspension of Naval Architecture undergraduate specialisation

UNSW Engineering intends to suspend intake for the Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Naval Architecture in 2017 while it is reviewed for possible closure.

The suspension only relates to new enrolments, and does not affect current students. Students already in the program will be able to continue with their Naval Architecture studies, with a view to completing their degree.

UNSW Engineering will contact prospective students affected by the suspension and offer advice on possible options. Current students are welcome to speak with the School regarding this change via the contact options below.

Prospective students who were considering Naval Architecture are also invited to attend the ‘options lunch’ on campus, being held on 17 December. Please email the School for further details and register your attendance.

Contact:

School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

Kane Murdoch, Student Services Coordinator

Phone: +61 2 9385 4154

Email: kane.murdoch@unsw.edu.au

Sample Program Outlines*

Semester 1

Course code Course name Notes
ENGG1000 Engineering Design and Innovation Experience first hand, the major things engineers do: designing, building and creative solutions to problems
PHYS1121 Physics 1A Assumed knowledge: HSC Physics and Mathematics Extension 1 or equivalent
PHYS1131 Higher Physics 1A Covers the same content as PHYS1121, however features more advanced assessment
MATH1131 Maths 1A Assumed knowledge: Students will be expected to have achieved a combined mark of at least 100 in Mathematics and Mathematics Extension 1
MATH1141 Higher Maths 1A You should take this course if you have a combined HSC Mathematics Extension 1 and 2 mark over 175
Read more Engineering Elective Students should select a course that interests them from the list of approved Engineering Electives

Semester 2

Course code Course name Notes
ENGG1811 Computing for Engineers This course is for engineering students to acquire computing skills for solving computational problems such as simulation, numerical methods, process control and information management
COMP1911 Computing 1A This course is designed for non-computing majors who want a solid introduction to programming.
COMP1511 Introduction to programming For students with an interest in computing who wish to be extended may consider this course
MMAN1300 Engineering Mechanics 1 This is the foundation engineering science course for all five plans in the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
MATH1231 Maths 1B Prerequisites for this course are MATH1131 or MATH1141
MATH1241 Higher Maths 1B Prerequisites for this course MATH1131 or MATH1141 with a mark or 65 or above
Read more Engineering Elective It is strongly recommended that Naval Engineering students take ELEC1111 as their second Engineering Elective

Semester 1

Course code Course name Notes
MMAN2130 Design and Manufacturing
MMAN2400 Mechanics of Solids 1 This is the fundamental engineering course for mechanical engineers
MMAN2700 Thermodynamics
MATH2019 Engineering Maths 2E Requires MATH1231 or MATH1241 or MATH1251 as a prerequisite

Semester 2

Course code Course name Notes
ELEC1111 Electrical & Telecommunications Engineering An introduction to the art and science of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications
MMAN2100 Engineering Design 2
MMAN2600 Fluid Mechanics
Read more General Education You can't select a General Education course from within your own faculty

Semester 1

Course code Course name Notes
MMAN3400 Mechanics of Solids 2
NAVL3410 Ship Structures 1
NAVL3610 Ship Hydrostatics and Practice
MATH2089 Numerical Methods and Stats

Semester 2

Course code Course name Notes
MMAN3000 Professional Engineering and Communication
NAVL3120 Ship Design and Propulsion
NAVL3620 Ship Hydrodynamics
NAVL3710 Ship Standards and Marine Engineering

Semester 1

Course code Course name Notes
MMAN4010 Thesis A
MMAN3200 Linear Systems and Control
NAVL4120 Ship Design Project A
Read more Discipline Elective Students should select a course that interests them from the list of approved Discipline Electives

Semester 2

Course code Course name Notes
MMAN4020 Thesis B
Read more General Education You can't select a General Education course from within your own faculty
NAVL4130 Ship Design Project B
Read more Discipline Elective Students should select a course that interests them from the list of approved Discipline Electives

Semester 1

Course code Course name Notes
ENGG1000 Engineering Design and Innovation Experience first hand, the major things engineers do: designing, building and creative solutions to problems
MATH1131 Maths 1A Assumed knowledge: Students will be expected to have achieved a combined mark of at least 100 in Mathematics and Mathematics Extension 1
MATH1141 Higher Maths 1A You should take this course if you have a combined HSC Mathematics Extension 1 and 2 mark over 175
PHYS1121 Physics 1A Assumed knowledge: HSC Physics and Mathematics Extension 1 or equivalent
PHYS1131 Higher Physics 1A Covers the same content as PHYS1121, however features more advanced assessment
ACCT1501 Commerce Course

Semester 2

Course code Course name Notes
ENGG1811 Computing for Engineers This course is for engineering students to acquire computing skills for solving computational problems such as simulation, numerical methods, process control and information management
COMP1911 Computing 1A This course is designed for non-computing majors who want a solid introduction to programming.
COMP1511 Introduction to programming For students with an interest in computing who wish to be extended may consider this course
MATH1231 Maths 1B Prerequisites for this course are MATH1131 or MATH1141
MATH1241 Higher Maths 1B Prerequisites for this course MATH1131 or MATH1141 with a mark or 65 or above
Read more Engineering Elective Students should select a course that interests them from the list of approved Engineering Electives
MGMT1001 Commerce Course

Semester 1

Course code Course name Notes
MATH2019 Engineering Mathematics 2E Requires MATH1231 or MATH1241 or MATH1251 as a prerequisite
MMAN2130 Design and Manufacturing
MMAN1300 Engineering Mechanics 1 This is the foundation engineering science course for all five plans in the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
ECON1101 Commerce Course

Semester 2

Course code Course name Notes
MMAN2100 Engineering Design 2
MMAN2600 Fluid Mechanics
Read more Engineering Elective Students should select a course that interests them from the list of approved Engineering Electives
Read more Commerce Course For UNSW Business Commerce Course information click on the link

Semester 1

Course code Course name Notes
MMAN2400 Mechanics of Solids 1 This is the fundamental engineering course for mechanical engineers
MMAN2700 Thermodynamics
Read more Commerce Course For UNSW Business Commerce Course information click on the link
Read more Commerce Course

Semester 2

Course code Course name Notes
ELEC1111 Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering An introduction to the art and science of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications
MATH2089 Numerical Methods and Stats
Read more Commerce Course For UNSW Business Commerce Course information click on the link
Read more Commerce Course

Semester 1

Course code Course name Notes
MMAN3200 Linear Systems and Control
MMAN3400 Mechanics of Solids 2
NAVL3410 Ship Structures 1
NAVL3610 Ship Hydrostatics and Practice

Semester 2

Course code Course name Notes
MMAN3000 Professional Engineering and Communication
NAVL3120 Ship Design and Propulsion
NAVL3620 Ship Hydrodynamics
NAVL3710 Ship Standards and Marine Engineering

Semester 1

Course code Course name Notes
NAVL4120 Ship Design Project A
Read more Commerce Course For UNSW Business Commerce Course information click on the link
Read more Commerce Course
Read more Commerce Course

Semester 2

Course code Course name Notes
MMAN4010 Thesis A
NAVL4130 Ship Design Project B
Read more Commerce Course For UNSW Business Commerce Course information click on the link
Read more Commerce Course

Semester 1

Course code Course name Notes
MMAN4020 Thesis B
Read more Commerce Course For UNSW Business Commerce Course information click on the link
Read more Commerce Course
Read more Commerce Course

Semester 1

Course code Course name Notes
ENGG1000 Engineering Design and Innovation Experience first hand, the major things engineers do: designing, building and creative solutions to problems
MATH1131 Maths 1A Assumed knowledge: Students will be expected to have achieved a combined mark of at least 100 in Mathematics and Mathematics Extension 1
MATH1141 Higher Maths 1A You should take this course if you have a combined HSC Mathematics Extension 1 and 2 mark over 175
PHYS1121 Physics 1A Assumed knowledge: HSC Physics and Mathematics Extension 1 or equivalent
PHYS1131 Higher Physics 1A Covers the same content as PHYS1121, however features more advanced assessment
Read more Science Course Please read the UNSW handbook for further information on selecting courses

Semester 2

Course code Course name Notes
ENGG1811 Computing for Engineers This course is for engineering students to acquire computing skills for solving computational problems such as simulation, numerical methods, process control and information management
COMP1911 Computing 1A This course is designed for non-computing majors who want a solid introduction to programming.
COMP1511 Introduction to programming For students with an interest in computing who wish to be extended may consider this course
MATH1231 Maths 1B Prerequisites for this course are MATH1131 or MATH1141
MATH1241 Higher Maths 1B Prerequisites for this course MATH1131 or MATH1141 with a mark or 65 or above
Read more Engineering Elective Students should select a course that interests them from the list of approved Engineering Electives
Read more Science Course Please read the UNSW handbook for further information on selecting courses

Semester 1

Course code Course name Notes
MATH2019 Engineering Mathematics 2E
MMAN2130 Design and Manufacturing
MMAN1300 Engineering Mechanics 1 This is the foundation engineering science course for all five plans in the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
Read more Science Course Please read the UNSW handbook for further information on selecting courses

Semester 2

Course code Course name Notes
MMAN2100 Engineering Design 2
MMAN2600 Fluid Mechanics
Read more Engineering Elective Students should select a course that interests them from the list of approved Engineering Electives
Read more Science Course Please read the UNSW handbook for further information on selecting courses

Semester 1

Course code Course name Notes
MMAN2400 Mechanics of Solids 1 This is the fundamental engineering course for mechanical engineers
MMAN2700 Thermodynamics
Read more Science Course Please read the UNSW handbook for further information on selecting courses
Read more Science Course

Semester 2

Course code Course name Notes
ELEC1111 Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering An introduction to the art and science of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications
MATH2089 Numerical Methods and Stats
Read more Science Course Please read the UNSW handbook for further information on selecting courses
Read more Science Course

Semester 1

Course code Course name Notes
MMAN3200 Linear Systems and Control
MMAN3400 Mechanics of Solids 2
NAVL3410 Ship Structures 1
NAVL3610 Ship Hydrostatics and Practice

Semester 2

Course code Course name Notes
MMAN3000 Professional Engineering and Communication
NAVL3120 Ship Design and Propulsion
NAVL3620 Ship Hydrodynamics
NAVL3710 Ship Standards and Marine Engineering

Semester 1

Course code Course name Notes
MMAN4010 Thesis A
NAVL4120 Ship Design Project A
Read more Science Course Please read the UNSW handbook for further information on selecting courses
Read more Science Course

Semester 2

Course code Course name Notes
MMAN4020 Thesis B
NAVL4130 Ship Design Project B
Read more Science Course Please read the UNSW handbook for further information on selecting courses
Read more Science Course

* The programs outlined above are intended as a guide only and are not an exhaustive list of the possible degree combinations or program structures. The Faculty of Engineering reserves the right to change any information herein without prior notice. Students should seek approval from their relevant Schools before using these guides.