This is a two-year programme designed to provide you with the opportunity to enhance existing qualifications in design or a related area, to degree or honours degree level. The first year of study in CAD leads to the award of a BSc Computer-Aided Design. Students successfully completing this year can progress to a second year of study (the Honours year) to gain further knowledge and expertise in the use and development of modern design and manufacturing software tools and systems.
Each of the modules which make up the programme are self-contained courses of study that may contain a mixture of formal lectures, tutorials, seminars, case studies, laboratory work and project work. A unifying theme will ensure that all modules are relevant to the core topic of computer-aided design.
2022 entry requirements
The University has an established reputation for producing competent and responsible engineering graduates who are sought by the industry.
School of Computing, Engineering and Physical Science