This advanced course provides learners with a wide range of knowledge and skills required for mechanical engineering relevant to mechanical, manufacture, process, oil and gas and alternative energy industries.
The objective of the programme of study is to provide a broad understanding of mechanical engineering technologies. In addition, it develops organisational skills including project planning, maintenance strategies, methods of design analysis, leadership and interpersonal skills.
Applications of Programmable Logic Controllers; Fundamentals of Control Systems and Transducers; Statics and Strength of Materials; Engineering Skills; Computer Aided Draughting for Engineers; Engineering Principles; Materials Selection; Quality Management: An Introduction; Thermofluids; Dynamics; Pneumatics and Hydraulics; Mechanical Engineering: Graded Unit 1; Engineering Mathematics 1 and 2; Communication: Practical Skills; Project Management; Information Technology: Applications Software 1; Business Awareness and Continuing Professional Development; Engineering Drawing; Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics; Plant Systems; Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Practice and Design; Applied Industrial Plant Maintenance; Strength of Materials: Advanced; Mechanical Engineering: Graded Unit 2 ; Manufacturing: Process and Equipment Selection.
Higher Maths and a science or technological subject; or Foundation Apprenticeship Engineering; or relevant national qualification at SCQF Level 6. Entry subject to interview.
Year 3 of a relevant degree