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This course information is for commencing (new) students in 2013.

Bachelor of Engineering (Naval Architecture) (23H)

Course Structure

This diagram illustrates the course structure. Please check individual unit information for the semester that each unit is available in.

Year 1

Major 1  
Introductory Unit 1
Minor 1  
Introductory Unit 1
JEE103 Mathematics I
 

Year 2

Major 1  
Intermediate Unit 1
Minor 1  
Intermediate Unit 1
JEE104 Mathematics II
 
Student Elective 1
Major 1  
Intermediate Unit 2
 
Student Elective 2
Intermediate Unit 2
JEE225 Hydrostatics
 

Year 3

Major 1  
Advanced Unit 1
Major 1  
Advanced Unit 2
 
Student Elective 3
Major 1  
Advanced Unit 3
Major 1  
Advanced Unit 4
 
Student Elective 4
 

Year 4

 
Additional Advanced Unit 1
JEE332 Structural Analysis
 
Additional Advanced Unit 2
JEE337 Hydrodynamics
 
Additional Advanced Unit 3
JEE416 Advanced Ship Structures
 
Additional Advanced Unit 4
JEE480 Applied Computational Fluid Dynamics
 
Additional Advanced Unit 5
JEE418 Research Project (Part:1/2)
 
Additional Advanced Unit 6
JEE419 Research Project (Part:2/2)
 
Additional Advanced Unit 7
JEE421 Design Project (Part:1/2)
 
Additional Advanced Unit 8
JEE422 Design Project (Part:2/2)
 
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Key: Green tick Unit offering available
 
 

Major 1

A choice of one of the following:
Ship and Underwater Vehicles Yatch and Small Craft
 
 

Reversed Major 1

Maritime Engineering
 
 

Minor 1

Design and Mathematics
 
 

Additional Advanced Unit 1

Unit Weight Semester 3
Summer School
Semester 1 Semester 4
Winter School
Semester 2 Semester 5
Spring School
Requisites
JEE332 Structural Analysis
12.5%




Prerequisites: JEE220
* Unit availability shown for on-campus Hobart in 2013
 
 

Additional Advanced Unit 2

Unit Weight Semester 3
Summer School
Semester 1 Semester 4
Winter School
Semester 2 Semester 5
Spring School
Requisites
JEE337 Hydrodynamics
12.5%




Prerequisites: JEE235 and JEE221
* Unit availability shown for on-campus Hobart in 2013
 
 

Additional Advanced Unit 3

Unit Weight Semester 3
Summer School
Semester 1 Semester 4
Winter School
Semester 2 Semester 5
Spring School
Requisites
JEE416 Advanced Ship Structures
12.5%




Prerequisites: JEE332 and JEE335 or JEE353
* Unit availability shown for on-campus Hobart in 2013
 
 

Additional Advanced Unit 4

Unit Weight Semester 3
Summer School
Semester 1 Semester 4
Winter School
Semester 2 Semester 5
Spring School
Requisites
JEE480 Applied Computational Fluid Dynamics
12.5%




Prerequisites: JEE221
* Unit availability shown for on-campus Hobart in 2013
 
 

Additional Advanced Unit 5

Unit Weight Semester 3
Summer School
Semester 1 Semester 4
Winter School
Semester 2 Semester 5
Spring School
Requisites
JEE418 Research Project (Part:1/2)
12.5%

Distance (L)


Distance (L)

Prerequisites: Years 1-3
* Unit availability shown for on-campus Hobart in 2013
 
 

Additional Advanced Unit 6

Unit Weight Semester 3
Summer School
Semester 1 Semester 4
Winter School
Semester 2 Semester 5
Spring School
Requisites
JEE419 Research Project (Part:2/2)
12.5%

Distance (L)


Distance (L)

Prerequisites: Years 1-3 and Students must pass JEE418 Research Project (Part: 1/2) to be eligible to enrol in JEE419 Research Project (Part: 2/2)
* Unit availability shown for on-campus Hobart in 2013
 
 

Additional Advanced Unit 7

Unit Weight Semester 3
Summer School
Semester 1 Semester 4
Winter School
Semester 2 Semester 5
Spring School
Requisites
JEE421 Design Project (Part:1/2)
12.5%




Prerequisites: Years 1-3
* Unit availability shown for on-campus Hobart in 2013
 
 

Additional Advanced Unit 8

Unit Weight Semester 3
Summer School
Semester 1 Semester 4
Winter School
Semester 2 Semester 5
Spring School
Requisites
JEE422 Design Project (Part:2/2)
12.5%




Prerequisites: Years 1-3
* Unit availability shown for on-campus Hobart in 2013
 

Student Electives

Student electives are your choice of available units from any study area across the University, provided you are eligible to enrol in them (i.e. meet any unit pre-requisites). You can take up to a second major or minor from the degree schedule through your student electives or the equivalent of a major or minor from a discipline area outside the degree schedule and try out different subjects – it’s your choice.

A wide range of Student Electives are available.