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The successful practice of the profession of Mechanical Engineering requires a clear understanding of the relationship between engineering theory and engineering practice. Some knowledge of a wide range of practical techniques, proprietary devices, materials, production and assembly methods is also necessary. The engineer must be able to assess a complex situation to identify the critical elements and develop a workable, cost-effective solution.
This course continues the step-by-step development of these skills commenced in ENG1901 Engineering Practice 1, but with a Mechanical Engineering contest.
Attending a practice unit at the University of South Queensland (USQ) in Australia is a requirement of this course.
These units are held twice yearly in February and September. You can find out the dates for practice units relating to this course by clicking on this link for USQ:
Once you have decided on the practice unit you would like to attend we recommend you email us at email@example.com so we can arrange your placement with USQ on your behalf. Once we have confirmed your placement, we will notify you and then you can enrol in the course via our website.
Before enrolling in this course you need to:
This practice unit will be delivered in one week of lab sessions organised by the University of Southern Queensland (USQ), in Australia.