Master of Explosive Ordnance

THIS PROGRAM IS ONLY OPEN TO STUDENTS NOMINATED BY DEFENCE.  NOMINATED STUDENTS WILL BE CONTACTED BY STUDENT ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES AND GIVEN INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO APPLY.

The Master of Explosive Ordnance is designed for postgraduate scholars with appropriate undergraduate qualifications in a relevant cognitive discipline and/or extensive professional experience who wish to develop a high level understanding of the principles and practices of science and engineering related to explosive ordnance systems.

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You can find more information on this degree including entry requirements on the UNSW Handbook.

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Students undertaking the Master of Explosive Ordnance are required to complete 48 Units of Credit (UOC) by completing eight 6-UOC courses from the list in the Handbook entry for the program (see the list in Course Availability below). In the Master of Explosive Ordnance program, students must complete four core courses (ZPEM8103 Explosive Ordnance Research Project is required to be undertaken in two semesters) and four elective courses.

*Please Note: Program rules are subject to change, students need to follow the program rules set out in the UNSW Handbook of the year they were admitted into the program.

Core Semester 1 - 2023 Semester 2 - 2023
Explosive Ordnance Research Project (over two semesters) TBC TBC
Energetic Materials, Materials Properties and Manufacture TBC Not Offered
Explosive Ordnance Effects TBC Not Offered

 

Electives Semester 1 - 2023 Semester 2 - 2023
Explosive Ordnance Design and Systems TBC Not Offered
Testing and Evaluation of Explosive Ordnance TBC Not Offered 
Rocket Motors, Propellants and Pyrotechnics Not Offered

TBC

Test and Evaluation TBC Not Offered
Environment, Safety and the Regulatory Framework Not Offered TBC
Counter IED and Forensic Investigation of Explosives  Not Offered TBC
ZPEM8311 Data Analysis and Applications TBC Not Offered

 

Please refer to the UNSW Handbook for the Entry Requirements.