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BEng Hons Engineering
|Mode of Study: Full Time||Department: Engineering|
|UCAS Code: H100||Duration/Length: 3 Year(s)|
|QAA Subject Management: Engineering||Director of Studies: Dr SD Quayle|
|Total Credit Points: 360||Credit Points Year 2: 120|
|Credit Points Year 3: 120|
- Compulsory Modules
- Educational Aims
- Learning Outcomes
- Learning and Teaching Strategies
- Assessment Strategy and Skills
- External Benchmarks
Syllabus Rules and Pre-requisites
- The student must take the following modules:
Educational Aims: Knowledge, Understanding and Skills
This undergraduate programme aims to equip graduates with a sound foundation in the essentials of engineering science so that they are well prepared to become competent professional engineers able to cope with change. It exists as a Part I (first year) scheme only and specialisation to electrical, mechanical or mechatronic engineering in Part II is mandatory. It is not possible to exit with a BEng without specialisation.
Subject specific: Knowledge, Understanding and Skills
To ensure that students acquire a comprehensive core of understanding in the key engineering science subjects with particular emphasis placed on topics important to the specialist engineering subject area.
Through an emphasis on teaching through design, to develop students’ capabilities in assessing engineering options across a broad range of subjects, their capacity to make decisions, and their creativity and flair.
To develop students’ awareness of the social, cultural and ethical context in which professional engineers operate, and their capacity to work within the appropriate code of conduct.
To provide a multi-disciplinary environment, to foster students’ capacity to deal with situations that cross subject boundaries.
To invest graduates with a fitness to enter professional practice and the capacity to have a beneficial impact upon it, whether in the industrial or service sectors generally or in the specialist engineering discipline in particular.
General: Knowledge, Understanding and Skills
To encourage and value the development of students’ key skills in communications, IT (including CAD, analysis and simulation tools), lifelong learning, team-working and project management.
Learning Outcomes: Knowledge, Understanding and Skills
Graduates of this programme will:
Be able to write down and verbalise the fundamental concepts of engineering science, complementing their otherwise general engineering background.
Be able to confidently select and apply appropriate mathematical methods and principles of engineering science to model and analyse engineering situations.
Be able to write down and verbalise general principles of engineering design, design techniques and characteristics of engineering materials and components
Be able to apply engineering knowledge and understanding to design a system, component or process to meet a need.
Know the fundamentals of a range of manufacturing techniques and the requirements for their safe operation.
Be able to apply fundamental concepts of management and business practices to an engineering project.
Be able to undertake engineering projects cogniscant of the professional and ethical responsibilities expected of the engineer.
Be able to work with others to manage a team project.
Be converse with and fulfil the engineering function expected of an engineer in a range of industrial contexts.
Fulfil the educational requirements of Incorparated Engineer registration and fulfil in part the educational requirements of Chartered Engineer registration with the IMechE.
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