Associate Degree of Applied Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies)
Applied Engineering course details
Course description and aims
The Associate Degree of Applied Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies) is a two year degree that will provide you with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to design, develop, install, commission, maintain, repair and/or decommission renewable/sustainable energy technology solutions. While the course covers the range of technologies across the renewable energy spectrum, you will choose to specialise in either electrical or mechanical/civil engineering.
Course outcomes and careers
This course will prepare you for work as a para-professional in the renewable energy engineering sector, in government, corporate, environmental and small business enterprises.
Graduates of the Associate Degree of Applied Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies) will be eligible for direct entry into the third year of the Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Renewable Energy) at the University of
Newcastle. Articulation into other university programs may be offered on a case by case basis.
Minimum Eligibility Requirements:
Applicants are required to hold one of the following to be considered eligible for admission:
- a NSW HSC (Higher School Certificate) or equivalent, including Mathematics (2 Unit) at Band 5 or above or Maths Extension 1 [see note below]; OR
- a recognised Tertiary Preparation Certificate; OR
- a qualification from a Registered Training Organisation at Certificate IV level or above; OR
- the completion of at least one year full-time or equivalent in a degree course at a higher education institution.
Applicants who have not achieved Mathematics (2 Unit) at Band 5 or above or Maths Extension 1 may undertake the Statement of Attainment in Preparing for Mathematics and Science for Further Study at TAFE NSW (or equivalent), prior to course entry.
If you do not meet the minimum eligibility requirements for this course, you may be able to apply for entry into this course based on mature age or disadvantage. Talk to admissions staff at the campus you wish to study at if you wish to apply for special admission.
In addition to proof of eligibility and course specific entry requirements, international student applicants whose first language is not English or who have not completed their secondary education in English or who have not completed an Australian educational qualification must demonstrate English proficiency at a minimum IELTS level of 6.5, with a minimum level of 6 in any one band.
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You can download a Course Information Brochure which outlines the structure, objectives and assessment requirements for this course at: https://www.tafensw.edu.au/courses/tafe-nsw-degrees/choose-a-degree/associate-degree-of-applied-engineering-renewable-energy-technologies
For further information about this course, and to find out how to apply, contact the course coordinator Mike James on 9217 3374 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Full time attendance is approx 16 hours/week over 4 semesters. Full time students undertake 4 subjects/semester and work placement. Part time attendance is available.
Entry into the Associate Degree of Applied Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies) is by application. You may wish to apply by clicking on Â‘Apply NowÂ’ or you can download an application form at https://www.tafensw.edu.au/courses/tafe-nsw-degrees/applying-and-fees
For further information about this course and to find out how to apply, contact the course coordinator Ho Choi 02 9217 4128 or email email@example.com
For more details please contact the Course Coordinator Matthew Fairbairne by email at Matthew.Fairbairn2@tafensw.edu.au or Ph: 1300 360 601 (within Australia) Ph: +61 2 9217 5114 (International callers) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: sydneytafe.edu.au/degrees
Fees are calculated at $1,550.00 per subject. Students must successfully complete 20 subjects to obtain this qualification.
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|Number||Subject name||Nominal hours|
|ENELE201A||Advanced Electrical Engineering||48|
|ENEMP202A||Advanced Engineering Maths and Physics||48|
|ENMCC201A||Advanced Mechanical and Civil Engineering Principles||48|
|ENELE203A||Electronics and Power Control||48|
|AEEGY201A||Energy Storage Systems||48|
|AEEGY204A||Energy System Efficiency||48|
|ENMAT101A||Engineering Materials and Processes||48|
|ENEMP102A||Foundation Engineering Maths and Physics||48|
|ENMCC101A||Foundation Mechanical and Civil Engineering Principles||48|
|ENEGY101A||Foundation Studies in Renewable Energy and Sustainability||48|
|AEEGY101A||Grid Connected Photovoltaic Power Systems||48|
|ENEMP201A||Intermediate Engineering Maths and Physics||48|
|ENEMP101A||Introductory Engineering Maths and Physics||48|
|ENELE101A||Principles of Electrical Engineering 1||48|
|ENELE202A||Principles of Electrical Machines||48|
|AEEGY202A||Renewable Energy Resource Analysis||48|
|AEEGY102A||Solar and Thermal Energy Systems||48|
|AEEGY203A||Wind Energy Conversion Systems||48|