The course develops the mathematical techniques commonly used to solve engineering problems and explores the
science supporting mechanical, electrical and electronic engineering, fluid dynamics, thermal physics and the discovery and design of new materials (material science).
Students who follow this course will enjoy ‘hands on’ approach to their learning, undertaking a series of projects designed to help them discover how skills and knowledge link together in a working environment. Academic rigor is applied throughout the course which develops the mathematical techniques commonly used to solve engineering problems and explores the supporting science.
This qualification could provide entry to employment through an apprenticeship in engineering. For example: Advanced Apprenticeships in Manufacturing Engineering, Power Engineering or Engineering Environmental Technologies