Unit

School Of Computer, Data And Mathematical Sciences

Mathematics for Engineers 1Western Sydney University Unit Code: 200237.5

Discipline: MATHEMATICS

Student Contribution Band: 2

Level: 1

Credit Points: 10

Co ordinator
Shatha Aziz


Assumed Knowledge
HSC Mathematics achieved at Band 5 or 6. This is the minimum requirement.


Equivalent Units
14505 Engineering Mathematics 1; 200195 Mathematical Methods A; 200196 Mathematical Methods B; 700019 Mathematics for Engineers 1 (WSTC); 700101 Mathematics for Engineers 1 (WSTC Assoc Deg)

Incompatible Units
200031 Mathematics for Business; 200189 Concepts of Mathematics; 300672 Mathematics 1A; 300673 Mathematics 1B

Prerequisite

Students enrolled in 3740 Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) or 3689 Bachelor of Engineering must have passed 300743 Mathematics for Engineers Preliminary otherwise permission is required.

Teaching Periods

PeriodOffered  Campus  Contact
2020 Summer A (Nov 2019-Feb 2020)  Yes  Penrith Campus - DAY  Shatha Aziz  Timetable.   Print Unit Outline*
2020 Autumn  Yes  Parramatta Campus - Victoria Road - DAY  See Coordinator above   Timetable.  
2020 Autumn  Yes  Penrith Campus - DAY  Charles Zworestine  Timetable.  
2020 Spring  Yes  Parramatta Campus - Victoria Road - DAY  Charles Zworestine  Timetable not available  
2020 Spring  Yes  Penrith Campus - DAY  See Coordinator above   Timetable not available  
2020 Sydney City Session 1  Yes  Sydney City Campus - DAY  Peter Lendrum  Timetable not available  
2020 Sydney City Session 2  Yes  Sydney City Campus - DAY  Peter Lendrum  Timetable not available  
2020 Sydney City Session 3  Yes  Sydney City Campus - DAY  Peter Lendrum  Timetable not available  

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About this Unit
This unit is the first of two mathematics units to be completed by all students enrolled in an engineering degree during their first year of study. The content covers a number of topics that underpin the later-stage engineering mathematics units. The subject matter includes: differential and integral calculus of a single variable, complex numbers, aspects of matrix algebra, vectors, and some elementary statistics and probability theory. The aim of this unit is to introduce a number of key mathematical concepts needed in the study of Engineering, and to provide a solid foundation for the follow-on unit Mathematics for Engineers 2.


Courses
3621.3Bachelor of EngineeringCONTINUING
3621.4Bachelor of EngineeringCONTINUING
3621.5Bachelor of EngineeringCONTINUING
3621.6Bachelor of EngineeringCONTINUING
3621.7Bachelor of EngineeringCONTINUING
3633.2Bachelor of ComputingCONTINUING
3639.1Bachelor of Information and Communications TechnologyCONTINUING
3639.2Bachelor of Information and Communications TechnologyCONTINUING
3664.2Bachelor of Engineering ScienceCONTINUING
3689.1Bachelor of EngineeringCONTINUING
3689.2Bachelor of EngineeringCONTINUING
3690.3Bachelor of Engineering Advanced (Honours)CONTINUING
3690.4Bachelor of Engineering Advanced (Honours)CURRENT
3691.1Bachelor of Engineering ScienceCONTINUING
3691.2Bachelor of Engineering ScienceCONTINUING
3691.3Bachelor of Engineering ScienceCONTINUING
3691.4Bachelor of Engineering ScienceCONTINUING
3691.5Bachelor of Engineering ScienceCURRENT
3728.1Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of BusinessCONTINUING
3728.2Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of BusinessCONTINUING
3728.3Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of BusinessCURRENT
3740.1Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)CONTINUING
3740.2Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)CONTINUING
3740.3Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)CURRENT


Specialisations

KP3621CIVI.1CivilCONTINUING
KP3621COMP.1ComputerCONTINUING
KP3621ELEC.1ElectricalCONTINUING
KP3621ENVI.1EnvironmentalCONTINUING
KP3621R&M.1Robotics and MechatronicsCONTINUING
KP3621TELE.1TelecommunicationsCONTINUING
KT3026.1ConstructionCONTINUING
KT3027.1CivilCONTINUING
KT3028.1EnvironmentalCONTINUING
KT3029.1ComputerCONTINUING
KT3032.1ElectricalCONTINUING
KT3033.1Robotics and MechatronicsCONTINUING
KT3034.1TelecommunicationsCONTINUING
KT3042.1MechanicalCONTINUING
KT3043.1CivilCONTINUING
KT3044.1EnvironmentalCONTINUING
KT3045.1Robotics and MechatronicsCONTINUING
KT3046.1ComputerCONTINUING
KT3075.1CivilCONTINUING
KT3076.1ComputerCONTINUING
KT3077.1ConstructionCONTINUING
KT3079.1EnvironmentalCONTINUING
KT3080.1MechanicalCONTINUING
KT3081.1Robotics and MechatronicsCONTINUING
KT3088.1ElectricalCONTINUING
KT3089.1EnvironmentalCONTINUING
KT3100.1ElectricalCONTINUING
KT3102.1ElectricalCONTINUING
KT3103.1TelecommunicationsCONTINUING
KT3104.1ElectricalCONTINUING
KT3105.1TelecommunicationsCONTINUING
KT3143.1CivilCURRENT
KT3144.1ConstructionCURRENT
KT3145.1ElectricalCURRENT
KT3146.1MechanicalCURRENT
KT3147.1Robotics and MechatronicsCURRENT
KT3159.1CivilCURRENT
KT3160.1ConstructionCONTINUING
KT3161.1ElectricalCURRENT
KT3162.1MechanicalCURRENT
KT3163.1Robotics and MechatronicsCURRENT
KT3166.1ConstructionCURRENT
KT3167.1CivilCURRENT
KT3168.1ConstructionCURRENT
KT3169.1ElectricalCURRENT
KT3170.1MechanicalCURRENT
KT3171.1Robotics and MechatronicsCURRENT
SM3004.1Formal SystemsCONTINUING
SM3005.1Applied MathematicsCONTINUING
SM3621SOE.1Soil EngineeringCONTINUING
SM3621WATE.1Water EngineeringCONTINUING




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