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Construction & The Built Environment Civil Engineering

HCUC

UCAS Code: K701 | Higher National Diploma - HND

Entry requirements


Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Construction and The Built Environment (Civil Engineering)

About this course


Course option

1.0year

Full-time | 2022

The BTEC Higher National Diploma in Construction and The Built Environment (Civil Engineering) qualification aimed at students wanting to continue their education through applied learning and for students who wish to pursue or advance their career in construction and the built environment. The qualification will give students the knowledge, understanding and skills that underpin the study along with the experience of the breadth and depth of the sector that will prepare them for further study or training

Modules

The course content required mix of core, specialist and optional units totalling 120 credits. Units are usually 15 credits in value apart from the Core Mandatory Unit (Group Project-Pearson set assignment) which is Construction Research Project and is weighted at 30 credits. Others units includes Three Specialist Mandatory Units (Further Mathematics for Construction, Geotechnics & Soil Mechanics, Advanced Structural Design) and additional three Optional Units to be selected by the college, but Uxbridge College will include Hydraulics unit as one of the optional in order to meet the requirements of recognition by the ICE, ISE, CIHT, and IHE

Assessment methods

Pearson BTEC Higher National Diploma in Construction (Civil Engineering) is assessed using a combination of internally assessed Uxbridge College-devised internal assignments (which are set and marked by Uxbridge College) and internally assessed Pearson-set assignments (which are set by Pearson and marked by Uxbridge College). Quality assurance system at Uxbridge College will ensure valid and reliable assignments are designed and are consistent across all units. All forms of assessment take place under the immediate guidance or supervision of a tutor. Formative assessment will be offered cross all units to maximize the outcome of Summative assessment.

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£5,605
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England
£5,605
per year
EU
£5,605
per year
International
£7,543
per year
Northern Ireland
£5,605
per year
Scotland
£5,605
per year
Wales
£5,605
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Uxbridge Campus

Department:

Construction, Building Services/Plumbing

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