Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering
If you have completed a Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering [UEE50511] with TAFENSW you have guaranteed entry into the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) or Bachelor of Engineering Science and, assessed by the School of Engineering on a case by case basis, you will have up to 80 credit points applied to your University record, which is approximately one year of full time study in credit.
Note: Only first year engineering program units are offered at Parramatta Campus in 2017. Students applying for 2017 mid-year admissions via pathway programs are recommended to choose Penrith as their base campus.
|Pathways code||Degree||Credit granted||Credit details|
Credit for this pathway is applied through an application for Advanced Standing(opens in a new window)
|Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) 3740||up to 80 credit points|
(minimum 240 credit points remain)
|Credit for this pathway is applied through an application for Advanced Standing(opens in a new window)||Bachelor of Engineering Science 3691|
up to 80 credit points
|Pathway to BEngSc credit details|
Next steps for current students:
- Complete section 1 and 2 of the enrolment process, as detailed on the How do I enrol webpage(opens in a new window)
- Claim your Pathways credit online(opens in a new window)
- Continue from section 3 of the enrolment process.
If there is no pathway listed from your completed qualification to your chosen degree, please instead lodge an application for Advanced Standing(opens in a new window) to be assessed for potential credit.
Credit details for Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor Engineering Science:
- up to 80cp - specific credit awarded is determined on an individual basis by the School of Engineering.