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Overview
How Assessed
Entry Requirements

Overview

Engineering is a highly respected and well paid profession. Our course is benchmarked to industry standards and has been designed in partnership with leading businesses in the engineering industry so that you’re perfectly prepared for progression to Chartered Engineer status and exciting career opportunities around the world.

Gain the Engineering qualifications you need, whether you are just finishing school or looking to take the next step in your career. Our graduates are in high demand and work in fields including project management, engineering design and manufacturing with companies such as Howdens, the NHS, and BAE.

How is the course assessed?

Mix of Exams and Coursework

Additional Information

Hull College Group

Programme Specification

Modules & Units

Level Four Modules

Mathematics for Engineers (20 credits) Communications for Engineers (20 credits) Science for Engineers 1 (Electrical) (20 credits) Science for Engineers 1 (Mechanical) (20 credits) Professional Practice (Academic Skills) (20 credits) WBL1: Engineering Materials (20 credits)

Level Five Modules

Applied Engineering Mathematics (20 credits) WBL2: Project Management Planning (20 credits) Science for Engineers 2 (20 credits) Enterprising Futures (20 credits) WBL3: Project Management Implementation (20 credits) Professional Practice (Research) (20 credits)

Start DateDurationDaysTimesPriceExam Fee  
9 September 20193 YearsMulti Day- £5000£0.00 Enquire Apply now
Start Date9 September 2019
Duration3 Years
DaysMulti Day
Times-
Price £5000
Exam Fee£0.00
Action Enquire Apply now