|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.|
|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 (UCAS Code: HNC: HNG1 HND: HNG2)|
|Cost:||£7,500 Full Time / £4,000 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.
Full-time: Two days per week over one academic year for HNC, two academic years for HND.
Part-time: One day per week over two academic years for HNC, three to four academic years for HND.
Evening delivery may be available subject to demand. Please enquire for details.
This programme is also available by Flexible Learning, which is a variable combination of Recognition of Prior Learning, in-class teaching, online study and/or short intensive courses. Please enquire for details.
What will I learn?
Units in the programme may include:
• Engineering Design
• Engineering Maths
• Engineering Science
• Managing a Professional Engineering Project
Plus four other modules selected for your chosen specialism.
• Research Project
• Professional Engineering Management
Plus six other modules selected for your chosen specialism.
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 at Degree Level as a one year top-up qualification. It will also help you begin a career in this sector or assist with professional development.