Overview: The HNC in General Engineering is designed to help you gain academic and vocational skills. You will learn a wide range of practical in-demand vocational skills in engineering such as analytical methods and report writing, and you will develop your knowledge of subject areas such as fluid power systems, use of materials in engineering, and the principles and use of thermodynamics.
Entry Requirements: 64 UCAS Points, and the equivalent of a C in a L3 maths programme.
Fees: £5000 for the first year of tuition (80 credits), then £2500 for the last semester of study (40 credits of study).
Units: Unit 1: Engineering Design (Core)
Unit 2: Engineering Maths (Core)
Unit 3: Engineering Science (Core)
Unit 4: Managing a Professional Engineering Project (Core, Pearson Set)
Unit 8: Mechanical Principles
Unit 9: Materials Properties and Testing
Unit 19: Electrical and Electronic Principles
Unit 73: Materials Engineering with Polymers
This programme is delivered in partnership with Pearson
64 UCAS points, IELTS Score: 6.5
Hours Per Week
Construction & Engineering
Part Time Further Education