Enrolment guide for New Students - February 2014 intake
Congratulations on your success in gaining a place in Monash University to study for the Bachelor of Engineering. There are a number of choices to be made in the selection and sequencing of the units of the first year of your choice. These can be easily resolved by following the notes in this section.
For information on the course structure for Bachelor of Engineering, please click here.
Taking into consideration the pre-requisites, co-requisites, core units and recommended electives, the following is the recommended enrolment for February 2014 intake students:
* ENG1020, ENG1030, ENG1040 and ENG1061 are highly recommended elective units and therefore, pre-selected for you together with the core units.
** The remaining selection of electives will depend on which branch of engineering is of your interest and accordance to the recommended units shown in the Recommended Units table.
*** CHM1051 Chemistry 1 Advanced:
Students who intend to major in Chemical Engineering are highly recommended to enrol CHM1051 as one of the level one electives.
This unit assumes a background in VCE/ Year 12 / MUFY/ Pre-university Chemistry or equivalent (CHM1051 is a substitute unit for ENG1071 Chemistry for Engineering)
Note: Availability/offering of elective units will depend upon sufficient enrolments.
If you have queries concerning the unit/enrolment matters, you may contact the First Year Coordinator, Assoc Prof Dr Rajendran Parthiban via
or phone +(603) 55146259. Please refer to Recommended Units table and synopsis for selection of each of the units.
Course Enrolment Form
Submission of the Course Enrolment Form is compulsory to ensure that your enrolment is recorded in the student database. Please download the Course Enrolment Form (February 2014 intake) and submit the completed form to the Course Management Office, School of Engineering, Building 5 Level 4 by 24 February 2014.
New students who have been granted credits based on prior studies should make an appointment to see the respective Discipline Head as advised in the Letter of Credits issued. After seeking course advice from the Discipline Head, they are also required to submit the Course Enrolment Form with Credits to the Course Management Office, School of Engineering.
Upon receipt of the Course Enrolment Form, the School of Engineering will enroll the units for the new students. Once the units are enrolled, new students will be able to do timetable allocation via Allocate+.
E&CS = Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering
IE&EM = Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management
^ IE&EM, and Materials Engineering are only offered at Clayton campus.
* Highly recommended and therefore, pre-selected for you in the enrolment form together with the core units. The selection of remaining electives will depend on which branch of engineering is of your interest and accordance to the recommended units shown in the above table.
** School of Engineering, Sunway Campus, additional requirements.