|HNC/D in Engineering|
|Mode:||Part-time / Full-time / Higher Apprenticeship (students in employment)/ Flexible Learning|
|Start Date:||September 2019 or January 2020 - Places available to start throughout the year.|
|In partnership with:|
|Day:||Thursday and Friday|
|Time:||Full-time: 2 days per week. Part time: 1 day per week or Flexible Learning.|
|Duration:||1 year per level full-time / 2 years per level part-time|
|Cost:||£6,000 Full Time / £3,000 per year Part Time|
This programme is aimed at students who have completed a Level 3 course in Engineering or a related subject, or working in the industry, who are looking to study a Higher Education programme locally to progress their career within this sector.
This programme has a number of different subject specialisms that result in different award titles. The title of the award made will depend on the modules completed. The titles of the awards available are:
- HNC Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)
- HNC Engineering (General Engineering)
- HNC Engineering (Manufacturing Engineering)
- HNC Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)
- HNC Engineering (Operations Engineering)
- HND Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)
- HND Engineering (General Engineering)
- HND Engineering (Manufacturing Engineering)
- HND Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)
- HND Engineering (Operations Engineering)
Students will attend two days per week for the full-time route.
Part time students will take a selection or modules from the full time programme.
Flexible learning options are also available on this programme.
What will I learn?
Modules will normally include:
- Engineering Design
- Engineering Maths
- Engineering Science
- Managing a Professional Engineering Project
Plus, a selection of optional units dependent upon the subject pathway.
How will the course be assessed?
A series of written and practical work is assessed by your tutors and will determine your overall grade.
The college is home to a £2 million industry standard Engineering facility, equipped with the latest technology and machinery. To include:
3D laser printer
Materials and other information
This course can offer opportunities for students to continue their study of Engineering by progressing on to a HND in Engineering (Manufacturing/Electrical and Electronic) or by progressing to the BEng (Honours) programme.