NZDE - Electrical Major - Power Specialisation - Beginning of year start

Beginning of year start

Year 1

Semester 1 - February Semester 2 - July
DE4101 Engineering Fundamentals ^
141.417
DE5402 PLC Programming 1 ^
527.518
Power Compulsory
DE4102 Engineering Mathematics 1 ^
141.418
DE5401 Power Engineering
523.522
PRE: DE4401, CO:DE5403
DE4103 Technical Literacy ^
523.413
DE4402 Electrical and Electronic Applications
523.415
Electrical Compulsory
PRE: DE4401, CO: DE5403
DE4401 Electrical Principles ^
523.418
DE5403 Electronic Principles
523.529
Electrical Compulsory

Year 2

Semester 3 - February Semester 4 - February
DE5408 Introduction to Networks ^
513.512
DE6102 Engineering Project (Electrical) ^
115.616
Common Compulsory 
PRE: DE4103
and 45 credits level 5
DE6420 Protection
525.616
Power Elective
PRE: DE4102, DE4401
DE6401 Power Systems 1
525.614
Power Compulsory
PRE: DE4102, DE4401
DE5404 Electrical Machines
523.524
Power Compulsory
PRE: DE4102, DE4401, DE5403
DE6421 Sustainable Energy & Power Electronics
533.624
Power Elective
PRE: DE4102, DE4401, DE5403

One of the following:

DE5417 Instrumentation and Controls 1
524.510
Power Elective
PRE: DE4101, DE4102, DE4401, DE5403 

DE6411 PLC Programming 2 ^
527.615
Power Elective
PRE: DE5402

DE6101 Engineering Management ^
115.610

^ Semesters 1 & 2
PRE = prerequisite
CO = corequisite


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