Admission to our undergraduate degree programs usually requires successful completion of a senior secondary school qualification similar to the Higher School Certificate (HSC), the highest educational award in New South Wales schools.
- Semester 1 - 27 Feb 2017
Face to Face
4 years full-time or part-time equivalent up to 12 years maximum.
Currently enrolled, continuing students looking for the previous version of this program should refer back to the: Bachelor of Engineering (Mining Transfer Program) (pre 2017)
Mining engineering is the design, supervision, and management of open cut and underground coal, mineral and metal mines and their associated infrastructure. Mining is still one of Australia's leading wealth producers and mining engineers are needed not just in Australia but in many other parts of the world.
Program learning outcomes
On successful completion of the program students will have:
- Comprehensive, theory-based understanding of engineering fundamentals and/or the underpinning natural and physical sciences as applicable to the engineering discipline.
- Application of systematic approaches to the conduct and management of engineering projects.
- Ethical conduct and professional accountability.
- Effective oral and/or written communication in professional and lay domains.
- Creative, innovative and pro-active demeanour.
- Professional use and management of information.
- Orderly management of self, and professional conduct.
- Effective team membership and team leadership.
- Conceptual understanding of the mathematics, numerical analysis, statistics and computer and information sciences which underpin the engineering discipline.
- In-depth understanding of specialist bodies of knowledge within the engineering discipline.
- Discernment of knowledge development and research directions within the engineering discipline.
- Knowledge of contextual factors impacting the engineering discipline.
- Understanding of the scope, principles, norms, accountabilities and bounds of contemporary engineering practice in the specific discipline.
- Application of established engineering methods to complex engineering problem solving.
- Fluent application of engineering techniques, tools and resources.
- Application of systematic engineering synthesis and design processes.
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|Assumed knowledge||HSC Mathematics (Band 5 or above) or equivalent. Study of one science-related subject would also be an advantage (Physics or Chemistry preferred).|
|Recommended studies||HSC Mathematics Extension 1 or equivalent. Study of one science-related subject would also be an advantage (Physics or Chemistry preferred).|
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Admission to this program is available to Australian students and residents. Admission information for Australian students and residents is available from http://www.newcastle.edu.au/future-students .
You may also be eligible to receive bonus points if you will be receiving an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR). Please visit http://www.newcastle.edu.au/what-can-i-study/undergraduate-programs/how-to-get-in/domestic-students/options-for-entry/bonus-points.html to see if you are eligible.
Minimum English language proficiency requirements
Applicants who do not speak English as a first language must demonstrate that they meet the University's English proficiency requirement. Further information regarding English language proficiency requirements can be found at the English Language Proficiency for Admission Policy at http://www.newcastle.edu.au/about-uon/governance-and-leadership/policy-library/document?RecordNumber=D15/15438
If you wish to apply for credit for studies completed at another institution, or if you are changing programs within the University and wish to transfer your credit to the new program, go to http://www.newcastle.edu.au/service/credit-transfer/ and click on 'How to Apply for Credit'.
Academic requirements for program completion
Total units required
4 years full-time or part-time equivalent up to 12 years maximum.
The Bachelor of Engineering (Mining Transfer Program) is comprised of 320 units, with 160 units completed at the University of Newcastle (Callaghan Campus), and the remaining 160 units completed at either the University of New South Wales or University of Wollongong. Students will need to transfer their studies to either the University of New South Wales, or University of Wollongong. Students may also choose to transfer to the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil) at The University of Newcastle. Regardless of the transfer chosen, students must apply through UAC. Applications must be submitted the year before students actually need to actually transfer. Details of the UAC application process may be obtained from the Universities Admissions Centre ( http://www.uac.edu.au ).
Students wishing to undertake the program on a part-time basis are advised to contact the Program Convenor or Student Hub for advice on optimum selection of courses for part-time enrolment.
As programs are regularly reviewed and updated, some students may experience changes to their program of study during the course of their enrolment, which may require transition arrangements.
Students affected by changes to their program are advised to review any documentation contained in the "Additional Information" section (located towards the top of this page), in the first instance. Any further questions should be directed to the Program Convenor or Student Hub.
Students are advised to read their program handbook information in conjunction with the program plans for course sequence/enrolment advice. Please refer to the Program Plan for the year that you commenced, or transitioned into, this program - Program Plans are available above.
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Complete all of the following core courses.
|Code||Title||Term / Location||Units|
|CIVL1100||Fundamentals of Engineering Mechanics||10 units|
|CIVL1200||Earth Systems||10 units|
|ENGG1002||Introduction to Engineering Computations||10 units|
|ENGG1500||Introduction to Professional Engineering||10 units|
|MATH1110||Mathematics for Engineering, Science and Technology 1||10 units|
|MATH1120||Mathematics for Engineering, Science and Technology 2||10 units|
|PHYS1205||Fundamentals of Engineering Physics||10 units|
|SURV1200||Introduction to Surveying||10 units|
|CIVL2040||Engineering Probabilities||Not currently offered||10 units|
|CIVL2060||Numerical Methods||Not currently offered||10 units|
|CIVL2130||Theory of Structures 1||10 units|
|CIVL2240||Civil Engineering Materials||10 units|
|CIVL2282||Introduction to Geomechanics||Not currently offered||10 units|
|CIVL2310||Fluid Mechanics||10 units|
|CIVL2720||Transportation Engineering and Design||10 units|
|ENGG2500||Sustainable Engineering Practice||Not currently offered||10 units|
All students can access additional learning development mechanisms provided by the Centre for Teaching and Learning at http://www.newcastle.edu.au/current-staff/teaching-and-research/teaching-resources/supporting-students
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students can draw on the assistance and support provided by the Indigenous Student Support and Development service through The Wollotuka Institute.
All International Students enrolled in the program will be provided with an orientation to familiarise them with the rules, expectations, facilities and services offered by the University. Please visit http://www.newcastle.edu.au/international/while-you-are-here/orientation to find out more about the support services available to international students.
Students with a disability who require reasonable adjustments to undertake their program should contact the Disability Support Service before semester or early in the semester. Some adjustments need up to 4 weeks lead time to organise, so it is imperative that early contact is made. The Disability Support Service and relevant Faculty and School officers will work together to ensure reasonable adjustments are provided in a timely manner.
Please note: All students must fulfil the inherent requirements of the programs and courses they are undertaking. While reasonable adjustments can be made, these adjustments cannot compromise academic integrity. It is the student's responsibility to check all the requirements of courses, and consider the effects of any medical condition or disability on their ability to complete course requirements. Please visit http://www.newcastle.edu.au/service/disability/ for more information.