Positives: Well designed course with good lab content
Negatives: Class size
My advice to future students is: Make friends
The courses are well run. Lectures are very approachable and will offer assistance where possible. The university environment is quite comfortable, some courses require little to no extra work whilst other require your full commitment. You are encouraged to learn at your own pace and answer/ask lots of questions.
Positives: Get practical experience with electronic circuits. Debug and build up circuits.
Negatives: Lots of topics are not covered which must be included for masters.
My advice to future students is: Must have basic knowledge of circuits and power energy.
I thought the positive were the different kinds of practical work you can do and therefore the problem solving skills you learn along the way.
On the negatives, some of the subjects and assessments were really challenging
My advice to future students is: Get immersed in university and this industry. Doing other engineering subjects helps you get a taste of what other options you can consider.
Positive thing of the course is it has a lot of value in Australia and Griffith uni is one of the best for the in engineering infrastructure.
Negative thing is the fee of griffith is high compared to other unis
My advice to future students is: Just bring basic knowledge to the course
The benefit of this course is it gives you the ability to make the products you design. It makes you more aware of how people interact with the world around them.
Downside (to some) is that there’s electrical and mechanical engineering. So you have to at least do basic engineering courses. No minor option available.
Those that enjoy maths and engineering, engineering electives are available. Highly recommend introduction to 3D design, an elective course by QCA.
My advice to future students is: Highly recommend introduction to 3D design, an elective course by QCA, to improve drawings as you will be doing a good amount of sketches. Save all your assignments so you have a basis for your final year portfolio. Do what makes you passionate!
As a negative I would like some of my teachers to be more hands on but over all most of my teachers were very good and I loved the degree
My advice to future students is: Make sure you know what your course involves before taking it. I was in engineering for a year and it was a huge mistake for me.
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