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Access to Engineering Science & Maths

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What is involved?

On this course you will learn and develop an understanding of the two branches of engineering mechanics, statics and dynamics. In statics you will study the equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies. In dynamics you will learn the concepts of kinematics (vectors and motion) and kinetics (Newtonian mechanics, work, energy and power).
You will learn the advanced level mathematical skills needed to progress on to a degree programme and complete a research project in an area related to Engineering.

The course will be assessed via exams and assignments - you will be continually assessed throughout the year.

In your free time, you can use our extensive library, computer and multi-media facilities and join in a wide range of social activities.

What will my career options be?

You will be able to progress to an HND, Foundation Degree or Honours Degree course at university in Engineering or a related field.
On completion of your course you will receive a profile of credits that will reflect your suitability for your chosen HND or degree programme.

What is the cost?

The Home fee is £3928 (Plus £125 Exam Fee).
Please refer to the 'What do I Need to Pay' screen for more information.

The information which describes this course was accurate at the time of publication. Newham College reserves the right to amend, withdraw or cancel any part of the programmes, locations, facilities and costs at any time.


What do I need?

You must be at least 19 years old in order to enrol for this course. You do not need formal qualifications but will be required to demonstrate a good understanding of mathematics at level 2, as the course contains advanced level mathematics.
You will also be required to demonstrate commitment and enthusiasm to study at level 3, in addition to demonstrating ability at level 2 in communications.