Our Mechatronics Engineering degree provides a solid grounding in the underlying physical and mathematical principles of the subject, along with a thorough, connected overview of electronic, mechanical and computer technology and their applications.
Year One (HNC, HND, BEng) • Electrical and Electronic Principles (20 credits; compulsory) • Engineering Design (20 credits; compulsory) • Engineering Mathematics (20 credits; compulsory) • Engineering Science (20 credits; compulsory) • Engineering Applications and Study Skills (20 credits; component pass) • Micros, Peripherals and Interfaces (20 credits; compulsory). Year Two (HND & BEng) • Management, Innovation and Sustainability (20 credits; Component Pass) • Group Project(20 credits; component pass) • Manufacturing Design and Technology (20 credits; core) • Electronics 1 (20 credits; compulsory) • Transducers and Signal Conditioning (20 credits; compulsory) • Control and Automation (20 credits; compulsory). Year Three (BEng) • Electronics 2 (20 credits; compulsory) • Computational Methods (20 credits; component pass) • Control Technology (20 credits; compulsory) • Independent Project (20 credits; core) • Power Electronics and Drives (20 credits; compulsory)
The form of assessment chosen for each module not only reflects the achievement of the learning outcomes for that module, but normally reflects the vocational, applied nature of the programmes. Traditional formal time-constrained assessment is by means of tests and examinations, normally of two-hour duration. To help authenticate student coursework, some modules require that the student and lecturer negotiate the topic for assessment on an individual basis, allowing the lecturer to monitor progress. Some modules where the assessment is research-based requires the students to present the results of their research to the lecturer and peers, followed by a question and answer session. Similarly, many of the more ‘practical’ modules require a final demonstration of the product created, during which, the lecturer may question the student regarding design decisions made. The combination of assessments includes; written exam, practical exam, coursework, portfolio, group work and presentation. The coursework and portfolio are used to test students’ innovation, creativity, and thinking skills whereas exams directly test knowledge and understanding of the subject.
How to apply
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
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Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£9000||Year 1|
|Channel Islands||£9000||Year 1|
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