Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND Diploma in Electrical & Electronic Engineering
One A Level either in maths, physics or engineering with grade C or above, or BTEC Level 3 Diploma at merit, pass, or a BTEC Extended Diploma at merit, pass, pass in Electrical/Electronic Engineering plus the unit: Maths for Engineering Technicians, at grade merit or above, or a BTEC Level 4 HNC
Diploma in Electrical/Electronic Engineering.
You should have GCSEs grade A*-C (grade 9 - 4) in English, maths and science or equivalent, plus you will take a college test in maths and general science/engineering.
For further details on entry requirements, please see the Higher Education Guide 2015-16 on our website.
Who is the course for
This 2 year course is for those who are employed or seeking employment at technician or engineer level in electrical or electronic engineering environment.
- Analytical methods for engineers (mathematics)
- Engineering science
- Electrical and electronic principles
- Project design, implementation and evaluation.
Specialist units include:
- Computer programming techniques
- Electronic principles
- Utilisation of electrical energy
- Electrical, electronic and digital principles
- Combinational and sequential logic
- Data communications and networks
- Engineering design
- Further analytical methods for engineers
- Management of projects
- Telecommunication principles
- Further mathematics for technicians
- Digital and analogue devices and circuits.
Mixture of theory by lectures/teaching, practicals and simulations with 15 contact hours. Student are expected to complete approximately 15 hours per week of independent study (i.e. on research and completing assignments). Learners will get two formative (submitted before deadline) and two summative feedbacks.
How is the course assessed
Assessment by combination of practical, simulation and exams based on assessment criteria for each unit.
Where next - Further Studies
Study at university to gain a BSc or BEng degree.
Where next - Job Opportunities
Students may work in a range of engineering jobs including:
- Engineering design and development
- Product development
- Project engineering
- Installation and maintenance
- Production planning and control
- Customer liaison
- Technical sales.
Students will attend college on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday between 9am - 5pm.
Last updated: 9 November 2016.
How to Apply
All applications for HND courses are through Universities and College Admissions Service (UCAS). For an application pack, contact UCAS on 01242 227788 or visit www.ucas.com
For information and advice from the College you can also make an initial application by clicking the Apply Now button below. Our Information, Advice and Guidance team can provide you with support and advice to help you through the UCAS process.
- Uxbridge Campus: Course Starting Mon 25 September 2017
Duration: 64 Week(s)
Where: Uxbridge Campus
When: Wednesday-Friday 09:00 to 17:00