This course is approved by the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan).
How long is the course?
Part-time: Two years
Attendance: Full day per week in term time
How will I learn?
Acquisition of knowledge is mainly supported through lectures and directed learning. The role of directed learning increases as the course progresses. Understanding is reinforced through practical, tutorial and seminar work. This may involve a series of small exercises, extended case studies or discussions. Drop-in help sessions are provided to support particular areas.
What subjects will I study?
HNC Electrical and Electronic Engineering requires 120 credits including a minimum of 40 at Level 5 or above
FT1600 Electrical Principles - 10 credits
FT1601 Engineering Mathematics - 10 credits
FT1602 Analogue and Digital Electronics - 20 credits
FT1603 Electronic Systems - 20 credits
FT1604 Aspects of Industrial Management - 20 credits
FT2600 Engineering Project - 20 credits
FT2601 Linear Control Systems - 20 credits
How will I be assessed?
Informal and formative feedback is provided in tutorial, seminar and practical classes through class discussion and individual advice. Formal assessment is through practical and written coursework, and time-constrained examinations, which may include on-line multiple-choice exams, traditional examinations, open-book examinations and partially-seen questions.
Are there any additional costs?
For more details on additional costs, please refer to the HE Tuition Fees Contract.
When is the next start date?
Enrolment & Timetable Information
The enrolment session will begin week commencing 10th September 2018.
Year 1: Mondays
Year 2: Wednesdays
What are the entry requirements?
120 UCAS tariff points at A Level within an appropriate subject
BTEC Level 3 National Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, with at least a Merit in six modules including both Further Maths and an appropriate Electrical science based module.
An alternative equivalent qualification in an appropriate subject at the appropriate level to be determined via interview.
5 GCSEs at grade C or above including Maths and English
Qualifications equivalent to the above.
Key skills in Mathematics level 2 will be accepted as an alternative for GCSE Mathematics
Key skills in Communication level 2 will be accepted as an alternative for GCSE English
How can I apply?
PART TIME students can apply directly to the college using our online application:
Furness College Application Form
Can I get more information?
For more information please contact us:
T: 01229 825017