HND in Civil Engineering 120 Credit (Top-up)
- Course Length1.5 Years
- Type of CoursePart Time
- Week Commencing27-01-2020
- Annual FeeTo Be Confirmed
The Higher National Diploma (Top-up) is a top-up stage of the 120 credit Higher National Certificate in Civil Engineering. This qualification is required to gain entry to the BSc (Hons) in Civil Engineering.
This stage requires 120 credits (eight modules) to be attained. Specific required modules and options for each student will be agreed by the programme director.
The modules are internally assessed using a variety of methods and styles as appropriate to each module. Assessment methods include assignments, research projects, problem-solving case studies, practical tasks, group work, oral presentations, timeconstrained assignments and formal examinations.
Other Important Info A wide range of learning and assessment experiences are provided throughout the course
The emphasis is upon student-centred, varied and industry relevant methods of teaching
Students will usually wish to purchase textbooks although there are extensive library and online resources available
Ceremony costs apply for those wishing to attend the graduation
This programme is validated by the University of Greenwich
Access onto the BSc (Hons) in Civil Engineering.
Students will be required to have achieved the Higher National Certificate in Civil Engineering.
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