Mechanical Engineering – BEng (Hons)

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Mechanical Engineering graduates are in high demand globally, and our course will support you by delivering the skills and knowledge you need to succeed by using advanced computer-based analysis and modeling tools, providing cutting-edge engineering facilities. The lectures at HELP CAT are delivered by experts with proven industrial experience.

Course Overview
This degree will provide you with knowledge and skills to allow you to operate as a competent practitioner within the field of mechanical engineering. The modules will provide you with a thorough understanding of the wide areas in mechanical engineering today, from computer modelling to engineering materials.

Aims of the Course
• To provide the opportunity for students to progressively acquire a thorough grounding in the concepts and skills of the central topics in mechanical engineering
• To provide you the skills and knowledge to deliver solutions to real engineering problems
• To provide you the engineering skills and knowledge required in a business context to achieve an economic solution
• To become effective engineers and undertake lifelong learning particularly for continuing professional development

Learning Outcomes 
• Ability to apply general engineering theory and scientific principles to find solutions to a wide range of practical problems
• Understand the management and business practices and apply professional and ethical responsibilities including global and social context of engineering
• Apply teamwork, management and leadership for effective practice
• Demonstrate your ability to apply mathematical methods to model and analyse mechanical engineering problems • Apply creativity and appropriate computer based methods for solving mechanical engineering problems

Year 1 
• IT, Communications and Research Skills
• Introduction to Engineering Materials
• Manufacturing
• Applied Software
• Mechatronics
• Mathematics for Engineers 1
• Engineering Drawing / Electrical Systems

Year 2 
• Engineering Principles
• Mathematics for Engineers 2
• Statistics and Process Quality Assurance
• Group Design Project
• Applied Mechanics
• Materials and Processes
• Computer Aided Solid Modelling
• Workshop Practice / Electrical Circuits and Machines
• Strategic Planning for Entrepreneurs
• Community Services

Year 3 
• Project Management for Technologists
• Computer Aided Engineering
• Stress and Dynamics
• Research Methods and Individual Project
• Modelling and Simulation for Operations Management
• Thermofluids
• Internship

A combination of coursework, projects and final exam.

Intakes: January 2019, June 2019, September 2019

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