Engineering

Specific A Level Entry Requirements: A Level Mathematics. For Chemical Engineering you will also require A Level Chemistry.

Housed in a brand new, award-winning building, we are a top 10 engineering department with 100% of our research impact being world-leading and internationally excellent (REF2014). Due to the complexity of these subjects and the background knowledge it requires in later years, these pathways are double weighted. As such you can only take one other pathway with these options.

For more information, please read our guide on how Pathways work.

Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering influences numerous areas of technology. These pathways will help you to develop the skills needed to conceive and design processes for the production, transformation and transportation of materials. Due to the complexity of this subject and the background knowledge it requires in later years, this pathway is double weighted. As such you can only take one other pathway with this option. Please note, this pathway requires a Chemistry A Level at grade B and a Maths A Level at grade B.

Year OneYear TwoYear Three
Mandatory modules Optional modules Optional modules
Calculus Chemical Engineering Lab Project I Advanced Process Technology
Design, Innovation and 3D Thinking Engineering Analysis Chemical Engineering Design and Process Safety
Differential Equations Fluid Mechanics and Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Computer Applications in Process Engineering
Fundamentals of Chemistry for Engineers Particle Technology Separation Processes Energy Conversion
Further Engineering Mechanics Process Transfers of Mass and Heat Life Cycle Analysis
Heat Transfer Reactors and Equipment Nuclear Instrumentation
Introductory Engineering Mathematics    
Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics    
Process Engineering Fundamental Strength and Materials    
The World of Manufacture    

Electronic Engineering

You will develop a sound foundation of the subject that is crucial to the design and manufacture of future systems. You will have the opportunity to specialise in areas including wireless communications, silicon chip design, nanotechnology, green technologies and power generation. Due to the complexity of this subject and the background knowledge it requires in later years, this pathway is double weighted. As such you can only take one other pathway with this option.

Year OneYear TwoYear Three
Mandatory modules Mandatory modules Optional modules
Calculus Digital Electronics Analogue Electronics
Computers and Control Electrical Circuits and Power Systems Digital Signal Processing
Differential Equations Electromagnetics and RF Engineering Integrated Circuit Engineering
Electrical and Electronics Fundamentals Optional modules Optoelectronics and Wireless Communications
Fundamentals of Chemistry for Engineers  Engineering Analysis  
Fundamentals of Digital Electronics  Instrumentation and Control  
Fundamentals of Electronic Instrumentation    
Further Engineering Mathematics    
Introductory Engineering Mathematics    
Process Engineering Fundamentals    

Mechanical Engineering

Our programme will give you the skills necessary for the subject, with an applied focus on mechanical systems designs. Due to the complexity of this subject and the background knowledge it requires in later years, this pathway is double weighted. As such you can only take one other pathway with this option.

Year OneYear TwoYear Three
Mandatory modules Mandatory modules Optional modules
Calculus Engineering Mechanics Design and Manufacturing
Computers and Control Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics Engineering Materials
Design, Innovation and 3D Thinking Materials and Design Machine Elements
Differential Equations Optional modules Vibration Analysis and Application
Further Engineering Mathematics  Engineering Analysis  
Heat Transfer  Instrumentation and Control  
Introduction to Engineering    

Thermodynamics

   
Introductory Engineering Mathematics    
Strength and Materials    
The World of Manufacture    

To study on any particular Pathway you must meet the entry requirements of that subject. The information contained on the website with respect to modules is correct at the time of publication, but changes may be necessary, for example as a result of student feedback, Professional Statutory and Regulatory Bodies' (PSRB) requirements, staff changes, and new research. For more information, please read our guide on how Pathways work.