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Entry into the Bachelor of Engineering with Honours will be guaranteed to applicants who gain University Entrance and appropriate level specified in the relevant qualifications listed below.
Available at Auckland and Manawatu
At least16 credits in Mathematics normally including standards in algebra, differentiation and integration
At least 16 credits in Physics
Mathematics (C Grade) and physics (C Grade)
Mathematics (5 points Higher Level) and Physics (5 points Higher Level)
Don’t worry; we have many alternative pathways to help you get into engineering please refer to the Bachelor of Engineering with Honours. I’m not sure whether my qualification allows me admittance.
Contact our Student Advice and Information team.
Phone: 0800 MASSEY (0800 627 739)
For general entry requirements see Massey University entry requirements.
Electronics and Computer Engineering is one of four majors that you can choose for your Bachelor of Engineering (Hons).
124.171 Physical Principles for Engineering and Technology 1
124.172 Physical Principles for Engineering and Technology 2
159.171 Computational Thinking and Software Development
159.172 Computational Thinking and Algorithms
228.111 Engineering Practice 1: Global Perspectives
228.112 Engineering Practice 2: Creative Solutions
228.171 Engineering Mathematics 1A
228.172 Engineering Mathematics 1B
228.211 Engineering Practice 3 : Product Development
228.271 Engineering Mathematics 2
281.273 Communication Network Architectures
281.281 Analogue Electronic Systems
159.270 Hardware-Oriented Computing
228.212 Engineering Practice 4: Materials and Manufacturing
281.272 Signals and Systems
281.282 Digital Electronic Systems
228.311 Engineering Practice 5: Engineering Design with Constraints
228.371 Statistical Modelling for Engineers and Technologists
281.374 Communication Systems
281.384 Embedded Systems Design
281.375 Data Communication Networks
281.385 Advanced Electronic Circuits
281.776 Advanced Communication Engineering
281.786 Advanced Micro- and Nano-Electronics
Any 700-level 15 credit course selected from the following prefixes: 158 Information Technology, 159 Computer Science.
To find out how to plan your study and/or see what courses are necessary to complete your programme, please click the regulations button. It will display the regulatory information for the programme you have selected.
If you would like to find out more about individual courses requirements, please use our Course search.
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