HNC in Electronic Engineering
- Course Length2 Years
- Type of CoursePart Time
- Week Commencing02-09-2019
- Annual Fee£2975
The HNC in Electronic Engineering is a unique course designed to meet the demands of the 21st century and address the shortfall of trained engineers. Analytical Methods for Engineers
Graduates will be in a position to make a valuable contribution to the industry upon successful completion of the programme, having developed the analytical, research and design skills essential for today's marketplace.
You will study a total of eight modules:
Electrical and Electronic Principles
Combinational and Sequential Logic
Instrumentation and Control Principles
Programmable Logic Controllers
Other Important Info Typical lessons will involve research-based activities, individual and group projects, practical applications and seminar presentations
Assessment is through a combination of research and design tasks, practical investigations and analytical assignments, as well as observations and presentations
Some modules are assessed by examination
This programme is validated by the University of Greenwich.
Successful completion could lead to employment or promotion within the engineering sector as an engineering technician, project/design engineer, or in systems commissioning/ applications. You may also progress to a foundation degree or full degree course.
You will need one of the following: A BTEC Level 3 Diploma/ National Certificate in Engineering
A BTEC Extended Diploma/National Diploma in Engineering
Two A-levels (including maths).
Mature candidates who do not meet the above criteria may still be admitted to the course subject to an interview with the programme director. The interview includes an admissions test for English and maths.
Why Choose MidKent College? We provide some of the finest teaching and learning environments youâll find in a further education college in the country, having built a brand-new campus in Gillingham in 2009 and refurbished our Maidstone Campus in a redevelopment programme completed in 2016.
Both of our campuses are fully-equipped with workshops that simulate real working environments, equipment that replicates the latest technology students will find in the workplace, and commercial facilities that are open to the public.
The University Centre Maidstone (UCM) building at our Oakwood Park campus is a dedicated campus for university-level courses and professional training. In the 2016 National Student survey, our higher-education students gave the College a student satisfaction score of 91%, ranking us 27th out of the 375 institutions that took part.
Our career advisers booked 1040 careers interviews in 2017-2018! They'll be able to give you impartial guidance as to the range of education, training and employment opportunities available to you.
What our students say...
I chose MidKent College because it was one of the main colleges that I thought was best equipped for the programme. In the future I want to have my own company that specialises in prosthetics and cybernetics; this requires electronics which is also one of the reasons I chose this College. Also, I love the welding aspect and the other bit and ...