BSc (Hons) Engineering Design and Manufacture (Full Time)

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This course is aimed at students from a variety of engineering backgrounds, both electrical/electronics, manufacturing and mechanical. It will develop their practical and analytical skills in engineering and includes a mix of taught theory, practical work and experiments.
The first year introduces subjects such as the mathematics required for engineering principles, training in microcomputer systems and manufacturing concepts. Key professional skills are also included to prepare students for the business environment. In the second and final years students develop their skills further, including investigating mechatronic systems and further work in robotics. Students continue their understand…

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This course is aimed at students from a variety of engineering backgrounds, both electrical/electronics, manufacturing and mechanical. It will develop their practical and analytical skills in engineering and includes a mix of taught theory, practical work and experiments.
The first year introduces subjects such as the mathematics required for engineering principles, training in microcomputer systems and manufacturing concepts. Key professional skills are also included to prepare students for the business environment. In the second and final years students develop their skills further, including investigating mechatronic systems and further work in robotics. Students continue their understanding of business and have the option of studying business strategy or entrepreneurship. The final year project is based on the student’s own interests and often involves exploration of an industrial problem.

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Industrial focus

Several units require students to look at industry-related problems and incorporate live briefs into the assessment. Many students work closely with employers or local companies on projects within the course. Students often produce high quality work which benefits both the student and employer. Students are encouraged to participate in practical work-based initiatives and the Institution of Engineering and Technology regularly holds local events.

Course content

(Under review for 2013)

Year 1

Six core units:

  • Mathematics
  • CAD and the Design Process
  • Manufacturing Concepts
  • Engineering Principles
  • Microprocessors and Applications
  • Project Management and Professional Skills

Year 2

Five core units and one option unit:

  • Advanced Manufacturing Techniques
  • Further Engineering Principles
  • Computer Simulation and Modelling
  • Quality and Product Development
  • Measurement and Control
  • Plus an option of: Competition and Contracts in Engineering or Curriculum Plus.

Year 3

Four core units and one option units

  • Mechatronics
  • Manufacturing and Automation
  • Lean Systems
  • Project
  • Plus an option of: Business Strategy or Entrepreneurship

Why choose Solent?

  • Up-to-date laboratory facilities, workshops and modern teaching spaces.
  • Recent refurbishment of the electronics and mechanical laboratories.
  • An exciting learning atmosphere.
  • Strong student support throughout your studies.

Assessment

Written assignments, end-of-year exams and interim phase tests. Practical work is assessed by laboratory reports or log books.

Key career skills

Analytical and practical skills in design, manufacturing, automation, laboratory work and business and management-related areas.

Projects/work experience

Units such as manufacturing concepts include mini-group project work and other units require small groups for laboratory experiments. The project is an individual project based on the student’s industrial or academic background.

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