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Integrated Technologies Engineering

Petroc

UCAS Code: G402 | Bachelor of Science - BSc

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1.0year

Full-time | 2021

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2.0 years | Part-time | 2021

This exciting and fascinating engineering degree will provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to combine mechanical, electrical, electronic and digital technologies to develop engineering solutions.

Modules

You will gain the skills to apply technology to engineering problems and processes, and maintain and manage current technology - sometimes within a multidisciplinary engineering environment. It will encourage you to be forward-thinking and embrace new technologies.

Throughout the programme, you will develop your understanding of, and intellect for, the parameters of engineering industries, the application of project management, and the ethos and skills for career-long professional development through topics including Leadership and Enterprise, Project Management, Professional Development for Contemporary and Future Engineering Sectors and Integrating Technologies for Contemporary and Future Engineering Sectors. You will also undertake an individual engineering project.

By enrolling on this programme, you will become part of SWIoT – the South West Institute of Technology. SWIoT is a unique collaboration between Petroc and a number of prestigious higher and further education partners, designed to provide innovative technical education and deliver a skilled local workforce, economic growth, and prosperity to the South West. We offer a purpose-built, specialist training facility, professionally-equipped with the very latest in industry equipment including high-tech CAD facilities, 3D printing, electronics design and assembly, a fabrication and welding workshop, CNC and manual machining, and a bench fitting workshop.

Assessment methods

Assessment will be through a combination of coursework and practical work consisting of interim reports and moderator interview, poster and project discussion, final report, research log book, group trade show stand and poster defence, plus an engineering solution pitch.

The Uni


Course location:

North Devon Campus

Department:

Engineering

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