Mechanical Engineering BEng (Hons)
COURSE INFORMATION (2013 ENTRY)
4 years part-timeEngineering and Environment
Ellison Building, Newcastle City Campus
Want a lucrative flexible career in an area the government thinks is vital to our future? Mechanical Engineering is the most wide-ranging of the engineering disciplines and is applicable to industry, government, environment and society. Mechanical engineers analyse, test, design, construct, and manage various mechanical systems and are involved in the advancement of industries including automotive, aeronautical, robotics, construction, software, manufacturing, semiconductor and building services industries.
Here at Northumbria University in Newcastle city centre, you will find a Mechanical Engineering course designed specifically to give you the very best mix of knowledge and applied skills to make you a successful engineer. Through our highly acclaimed, industry-led Centre for Rapid Product Development you will get practical experience of working with cutting edge technology specialising in 3D Digital design, Product Performance Analysis and Rapid Prototyping. Training in these modern engineering processes will make you highly employable with the opportunity to develop a lucrative career in a sector of your choice anywhere in the world.
The course aims to meet the needs of those who wish to update and enhance their knowledge in those areas of mechanical and manufacturing engineering which are most relevant to the needs of modern industry. It is expected that this will improve students’ career prospects and subsequently lead to Chartered Engineer status.
The first year is a `bridging’ year to ensure that candidates from diverse backgrounds are raised to the same standard before the second year commences.
Please feel free to contact the Programme Leader, Phil Hackney (email@example.com) if you have any queries.
The course is accredited by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, and gives exemption from their current academic requirements.
Year 1 – Tuesday 9am – 8pm
Year 2 – Tuesday 9am – 8pm
Year 3 – Thursday 9am – 8pm
Year 4 – Monday 9am – 8pm
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