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Engineering (Manufacturing Engineering)

City of Liverpool College University Centre

UCAS Code: H601 | Higher National Certificate - HNC

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Course option

1.0year

Full-time | 2022

The HNC in Manufacturing Engineering provides a specialist work-related programme of study that covers the key knowledge, understanding and practical skills required in the Manufacturing Engineering sector. In this pathway student takes four mandatory core units, two specialist units and an additional two optional units.

The course will:
• provide preparation for a range of technical and management careers in engineering
• provide specialised studies which are directly relevant to individual vocations and professions in which students are currently working or in which they intend to seek employment
• enable students to make an immediate contribution in employment
• provide flexibility, knowledge, skills and motivation as a basis for progression to graduate and postgraduate studies
• develop the range of skills, techniques, personal qualities and attitudes which are essential for successful performance in working life.

Modules

In this pathway student takes four mandatory core units, two specialist units and an additional two optional units.
Mandatory Core Units: Engineering Design; Engineering Maths; Engineering Science; Managing a Professional Engineering Project.
Mandatory Specialist units: Production Engineering for Manufacture; Quality and Process Improvement.
Optional Units: Mechanical Principles; CAD for Maintenance Engineers.

Assessment methods

The course is assessed through a blend of assignments, practical activities, activity write-ups, coursework/research projects, project reports and presentations.

Analysis and problem-solving skills are developed and assessed through coursework and laboratory/workshop activities.

Practical, research and design skills are developed and assessed through coursework, assignments and laboratory/workshop activities.

Tuition fees

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England
£7,400
per year
Northern Ireland
£7,400
per year
Scotland
£7,400
per year
Wales
£7,400
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Vauxhall Road Centre

Department:

Construction and Engineering

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