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Course overview

We’ve designed this degree to enable you to develop a strong base of engineering knowledge, with real practical application. You are taught all aspects of technology across motors, fluid dynamics, separation systems, energy storage, robotics and software.

Alongside theoretical knowledge, the programme will develop your applied skills, such as prototyping and computer aided design. You learn about engineering through hands-on experience at work that underpins and complements the academic learning.

Date
Tuesday, 01 January 2019

Course structure

In the first two years, you will study six general engineering modules per year.

In the final two years you will have the option to specialise in Mechanical Engineering, Electronic Hardware, Electronic Software or Electro-Mechanical Engineering*. We will guide you through the specialisation pathways and optional subjects to find the best route for each individual.

*subject to university approval.

Date
Wednesday, 02 January 2019

Assessment

In the first two years assessments are through assignments, tests and exams as well as practical projects. In the final two years the assessment will include more assignments and practical projects.

Date
Thursday, 03 January 2019

Core modules

Please contact us for up-to-date information.

As a guide the current modules are:

Year 1

Engineering Mathematics and System Modelling

Electrical and Electronic Circuits and Devices

Engineering Mechanics I—Mechanics and Structures

Thermal Energy Systems

Engineering Materials

• Applied Programming I

Year 2

Engineering Mathematics and Technical Computing

• Electrical and Electronic Application

Control Theory and its Application

Engineering Mechanics II—Dynamics and Vibration

Engineering Thermofluids

Applied Programming II

Options for Years 3 and 4

• Acoustics

Advanced Fluid Dynamics

Advanced Structural Analysis

• Advanced Thermodynamics

Aerodynamics

• Agile Software Development

Analogue Systems

• Cyber Risks in Organisations

• Data Science and Machine Learning

• Electronics Manufacturing and Assembly

• Embedded Systems and Devices

Energy Storage Systems

High Performance Electric Drives

• Internet of things

Manufacturing and Metrology

• Rotating machinery

• Software Development Life Cycle

• Systems and Network Architecture

Systems Modelling & Control

Signal Processing

Power Electronics

• Vibration and Rotordynamics

• Vision and Processing

Work Based Project

Date
Friday, 04 January 2019

Description

The bespoke, highly technical, BEng degree was co-developed with Dyson engineers and played to our strengths of bridging the gap between industry and academia.

key-facts

Duration: 4 years

Level: 6 (Undergraduate)
Entry requirements: You will require at least AAB at A Level (or equivalent), including an A grade in Mathematics and one other Science, Technology or Engineering-related subject. Employers will normally also have their own entry criteria and candidates are assessed via an application process and assessment centres.  Apprenticeship Standard: Product Design and Development Engineer