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1 Programme Specification for Aerospace Systems Engineering 1 Available Award(s) and Modes of Study Title of Award Mode UCAS Code FHEQ Level BEng Honours Aerospace Systems Engineering BEng Aerospace Systems Engineering Fulltime 3 years Fulltime 4 years (with study abroad) Sandwich 4 years Part-time H H 5 - I 2 Awarding Institution/Body Coventry University 3 Teaching Institution Coventry University 4 Internal Approval/Review Dates Date of latest review: April 2010 Date for next review: Academic year 2015/ Programme Accredited by 6 Accreditation Date and Duration 7 QAA Subject Benchmark Statement(s) and other external factors 8 Date of Programme Specification 9 Programme Manager/Course Tutor The BEng Honours Aerospace Systems Engineering degree is accredited by the Royal Aeronautical Society as partially satisfying the requirements for CEng registration. RAeS accreditation renewed in May Accredit intakes years The Subject Benchmark Statements for Engineering are relevant to this programme. Subject Benchmark statements can be found at: The programme is designed to provide an education appropriate to future registration with the Engineering Council as a Chartered Engineer. A sandwich placement option is available to enable students to undertake a year s industrial training placement between their level 2 and 3 study years. Updated June 2015 S Hargrave 29 July

2 10 Educational Aims of the Programme The programme aims to enable the student to develop a thorough understanding of the fundamental principles of systems engineering and how this knowledge is applied in the Aerospace Industry. The programme is centred upon systems for aerospace vehicles and is primarily based upon mechanical systems, but provides students with good knowledge of electrical and electronic engineering to be able to address the total system solution. The requirements of UK-SPEC have been key in the design of the programme to achieve accreditation from the Royal Aeronautical Society. The education aims of the programme include. To provide students with a balance of knowledge, skills and personal qualities so that, on graduation and after completion of an appropriate matching section of study, they will have completed the academic formation appropriate to eventual registration with the Engineering Council as Chartered Engineer. To provide students with a foundation for a wide range of study and develop a positive attitude towards lifelong learning. To equip graduates with the knowledge and skills to enable them to make significant early contributions to aerospace engineering enterprises and to society as professional engineers. To present Aerospace Systems Engineering knowledge in an integrated way to reflect the multiplicity and interaction between many types of scientific, commercial, manufacturing and managerial skills and knowledge, necessary to produce a successful engineering product or system. To further the University mission with respect to academic environment, equal opportunities, access, curricula, flexible patterns of study and sandwich routes. 11 Intended Learning Outcomes This programme satisfies the Engineering benchmark statements and Coventry University s Code of Practice for Academic and Professional Skills Development. Section 20 maps the learning outcomes described below to the programme s mandatory and option modules (these are identified in section 19). Section 21 shows the capabilities that students will be taught, given the opportunity to practise and will be assessed in. Section 22 maps the specific learning outcomes in engineering, as defined in UK-SPEC, to the programme s mandatory modules. The principal teaching, learning and assessment methods normally used on the programme to achieve these learning outcomes are identified in the next section. An honours graduate would be expected to achieve all stated outcomes (within the confines of their programme options) while for the unclassified award a majority of the outcomes would be expected. 29 July

3 11.1 Knowledge and Understanding On successful completion of the programme you should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of KU1 Aerospace systems (adopting a necessary multidisciplinary systems approach to the aerospace study) KU2 Mechanical science, electrical science and engineering mathematics KU3 Materials and design KU4 Operation of the aerospace industry KU5 Management of engineering (including social, economic, ethical and environmental concerns) The principal teaching, learning and assessment methods used on the programme to achieve these learning outcomes are identified below. KU1 KU2 KU3 KU4 KU5 Teaching and Learning Lectures Tutorials Problem based learning Independent learning Assessment Examinations Coursework assignments In-class tests Student presentations 11.2 Cognitive (thinking) Abilities On successful completion of the programme you should be able to CS1 Solve engineering problems CS2 Analyse engineering systems CS3 Design system solutions CS4 Search and evaluate information sources CS5 Adopt an holistic approach to aerospace systems in a commercial context The principal teaching, learning and assessment methods used to enable outcomes to be achieved and demonstrated are identified below. CS1 CS2 CS3 CS4 CS5 Teaching and Learning Project work Problem based learning Laboratories Design exercises Assessment Reports Demonstrations In-laboratory tests Viva-voce examinations Student presentations 29 July

4 11.3 Practical Skills On successful completion of the programme you should be able to PS1 Undertake experimental investigations PS2 Employ appropriate engineering tools PS3 Work on aircraft systems PS4 Construct and maintain engineering documentation PS5 Use software tools The principal teaching, learning and assessment methods used to enable outcomes to be achieved and demonstrated are identified below. Modules offered through the Add+vantage scheme will provide opportunities for skills development and support for Personal Development Planning. The development of discipline-based development planning is detailed in Part 2; Supporting information. PS1 PS2 PS3 PS4 PS5 Teaching and Learning Project work Problem based learning Laboratories Design exercises Assessment Reports Demonstrations In-laboratory tests Viva-voce examinations Student presentations 11.4 General Transferable Skills On successful completion of the programme you should be able to TS1 Communicate effectively in various modes TS2 Work as a member of a team TS3 Apply information and communication technology tools TS4 Manage self, resources and time TS5 Learn independently and develop themselves for graduate employment or further studies related to aerospace systems engineering Transferable/key skills are generally incorporated within modules (see section 21) and related to relevant assessments as appropriate. Self-directed learning forms an element of all modules and the necessity to work within tight deadlines is an essential requirement across the curriculum. The ability to communicate orally and in writing will be developed across the range of modules. The wide range of assessment techniques will ensure that you are given every opportunity to demonstrate your skills in these areas. 29 July

5 12 Programme Structure and Requirements, Levels, Modules, Credits and Awards Modules within the programme (Honours and Unclassified degree routes), their status (whether mandatory or options), the levels at which they are studied, their credit value and pre/co requisites are appended in Section 19. The programme may be studied in the following modes of attendance: Full-time over three years of study. This will typically involve at least 18 hours each week of timetabled activity with additional independent learning. Sandwich with an industrial training placement being taken for one year between the second and third years of study. The full-time four year route with study abroad allows students to spend a year abroad between stage 2 and the final stage for their course. Students opting to take this route may join the Erasmus exchange scheme or other study abroad routes (i.e. for study outside the EU), or a work placement under the Erasmus work placement scheme or on their own initiative (i.e. for work placements outside the EU). Alternatively they may choose to combine a period of study with a period on placement. Students undertaking a work placement/internship will register on module 250EC whilst those undertaking a period of study abroad will register on module 240EC. Students who successfully complete the assessment associated with this module will receive 40 credits at level 2. Part-time. The programme can be studied in part-time mode over a duration of 6 years by attending the modules timetabled for full-time students. The programme includes a single 10 credit module from the Add+vantage Coventry University (ACU) scheme intended to develop employability, enterprise and leadership skills in each year of the course. Students are able to study any ACU module from a pool of university wide approved modules. Progression requirements are based on standard University regulations. The following table summarises the effect of these given the course curriculum. To achieve an award a student must normally achieve the indicated minimum performance Level 1 Level 2 Honours Have the pre-requisites for a valid programme of study at level 2. This will normally include passes in101ms,102cde, 101AAE, 103AAE, 104AAE. Have the pre-requisites for a valid programme of study at level 3. This will normally include passes in 213SE, 210SE, 208MED, 201MS, 214SE, 204AAE. Unclassified Have the pre-requisites for a valid programme of study at level 2, which must include passes in 101AAE, 103AAE and 101MS. Have the pre-requisites for a valid programme of study at level 3, which must include passes in 213SE. There are no progression requirements for part-time students other than the need to satisfy module pre-requisites and to meet the general requirements of the Aerospace Systems Engineering programme within the maximum permitted period of registration outlined in the University Academic Regulations (http://www.coventry.ac.uk/lifeon-campus/the-university/key-information/registry/academic-regulations/). Awards To achieve the award of an Honours or Unclassified degree in Aerospace Systems Engineering from study on the programme a student must achieve the minimum module counts specified in the University general regulations. The modules counted must include the following course specific content. For Honours Degree 303AAE, 304AAE, 305AAE, 306AAE, 313SE and 317SE. For Unclassified Degree Sixty credits from 303AAE, 304AAE, 305AAE, 306AAE, 313SE or 317SE. 29 July

6 Honours classification is based on the calculation method described in the University regulations. Furthermore, 303AAE, 304AAE, 305AAE and 306AAE must be used in the classification calculation to obtain the BEng (Hons) Aerospace Systems Engineering degree. Alternative Awards Students failing to meet the requirements of the Aerospace Systems Engineering programme will be considered for alternative awards for which they satisfy the module count and other requirements. Specifically: BEng (Hons) Aerospace Systems Engineering Studies, BEng Aerospace Systems Engineering, Diploma of Higher Education, and Certificate of Higher Education. The details of these awards are described in the University Regulations. Students who meet the requirements for BEng (Hons) Aerospace Systems Engineering, but who failed to complete the final year modules which comprise major project works (305AAE, 306AAE, 303AAE and 304AAE) together and at a first attempt will not meet the accreditation body requirement and these students will be offered the award of BEng (Hons) Aerospace Systems Engineering Studies. 29 July

7 13 Support for Students and their Learning Induction Students attend an induction program in the week preceding the beginning of their enrolment period. The induction timetable includes a number of academic, administrative and social events that include a welcome and introduction to the university, the facilities and the faculty. As part of the induction process, all students are directed to an online student handbook and a course handbook which provides key information. Buildings and Equipment The faculty is mainly based within two buildings ECB and Sir John Laing building, both of which are equipped with specialist equipment to support all students. This includes a high performance engineering centre which houses a full size harrier, three further simulators, a wind and smoke tunnel, civil engineering specialist testing equipment, a range of CNC machinery and a laser workshop. Student Support Students will be allocated an Academic Personal Tutor who will provide on-going academic support throughout the year. Students are expected to attend regular meetings with their tutor within a timetabled group meeting. Support is also available via Course Directors, who are available to advise students on academic and pastoral issues. Times that Course Directors are available to meet with students will be shown on course Moodle webs and also their location. Module Leaders and the associated module team are available to offer support at module level. Again module leaders advertise their contact times on module Moodle webs and also their location. Outside of office hours, you can also any member of academic staff. The Faculty Registry team support you through your studies, providing information and guidance on the rules and procedures that affect your academic progress. We can help you deal with problems you may be having with academic life and help you understand the University s academic processes and regulations. We have a detailed understanding of the curriculum structures and other specialist support that is available to you within the University. The Faculty Registry have offices located close to the main Receptions. You can drop by the Registry support desk which is next to reception in the ECB; Monday Friday from Or you can contact Registry staff via the Reception desks in the main EC building or the John Laing building; Monday Friday from This team can also be ed at any time and this will be passed to each student s dedicated course support team to respond to. The Faculty Learning Support Co-ordinator works closely with Disabilities Office and Departmental Course Teams. Reasonable adjustments will be made for students with disabilities who have registered with the University as requiring additional support with their studies. The University has an excellent record on widening access and welcomes students from all backgrounds and neighbourhoods with low participation in higher education. Students have access to a Maths Support Centre called SIGMA based in the Library. The Centre for Academic Writing (CAW) can also provide support on topics ranging from how to organise an academic argument to improving grammar and sentence structure. The university provides support for students health and wellbeing which includes a Medical Centre, Spirituality and Faith Centre, Counselling and Mental Health Service, Sports and Recreational Centre and a Nursery. The Student s Union also provide recreational facilities and support and advice for students. International Students may obtain further help from the student welfare team in the International Office. There is a careers service where qualified consultants are available to help students think about the issues they face as they move through University studies and prepare for employment. Students may seek to undertake a relevant professional/international placement year between stages 2 and 3 of an undergraduate degree, this opportunity is encouraged to provide students with the depth of experience that such an opportunity affords. Assistance with acquiring a relevant placement is offered by 29 July

8 the Faculties Placement Team EC Futures. Within each department there is also an Industrial Placement Tutor who will be identified to you during your course. Workshops on employability related aspects are embedded within the course, including 213SE. The pastoral support of students is provided primarily through their Personal Tutor. Personal Tutors meet new students in small groups on a weekly basis throughout their first year. These weekly meetings will support the teaching of the aeronautical modules by providing small group technical tutoring and assessment of laboratory coursework. To support work on individual projects during level 3 studies students are assigned a project supervisor who will meet with them regularly to provide guidance. Student learning on individual modules is supported primarily by Module Leaders and associated teaching teams. Module Guides are provided with detailed information on operational and assessment issues. Modules employ a variety of formative assessment styles and feedback mechanisms to support student achievement. Assessments on modules are carried out in compliance with the University Assessment Strategy which has been developed to ensure assessment is fair and equitable for students. The Faculty of Engineering and Computing is an enthusiastic adopter of the Activity Led Learning educational delivery style. This involves students in tackling exciting group projects at the start of their course; a feature that has been found to help new students feel more at home in the Faculty. No Hidden Extras Whilst students will be provided with core text books and/or other materials in support of their course as part of the No Hidden Extras project there is also additional support for all students learning within the Lanchester Library. The library hosts both physical books, administers central access to electronic resources (e-books and electronic journals) as well as document supply (obtaining books or journal articles from other universities). 14 Criteria for Admission UCAS entry profiles may be found at Candidates for admission to the programme will normally be expected to: a) Satisfy the general admission requirements of the University as specified in the Academic Regulations. This requires achieving 5 GCSE passes at grade C or above including Maths and English, or equivalent qualifications. b) Demonstrate a competence to study using the English Language. For overseas entrants the English language requirement is IELTS grade 6 or equivalent. c) Meet the academic entry requirements to the programme by achieving a UCAS tariff score of 300 points from one of the following: At least two 6-unit A2 subjects excluding General Studies. The subjects offered should include Maths and a Physical Science or Design and Technology or similar. A BTEC National Certificate or Diploma in an appropriate subject, including a maths unit. A 12-unit Engineering AVCE award of at least 120 points with additional tariff qualifications. Scottish Highers and Advanced Highers, to include at least one subject from Maths, a Physical Science, Design and Technology or similar. An appropriate OCR National Diploma or National Extended Diploma including Mathematics. 60-credits in a suitable HE Access Diploma to include at least 45 credits at level 3 and at least 30 credits from Maths and Physical Science or related subjects. This section summarises the main admissions requirements for entry to level 1 of the programme from United Kingdom applicants. Applications involving other UK or overseas qualifications, mature candidates, or for direct entry to later levels of the programme from candidates with experience, are welcome and will be considered on their merit. 29 July

9 15 Method for Evaluating and Enhancing the Quality and Standards of Teaching and Learning The programme is managed by the Aerospace, Aviation, Electrical and Electronic Engineering (AAEEE) Board of Study of the Faculty of Engineering and Computing. The Programme Assessment Board (PAB) for the Faculty of Engineering and Computing is responsible for considering the progress of all students and making awards in accordance with both the university and coursespecific solutions. The assurance of the quality of modules is the responsibility of the Boards of Study which contribute modules to the programme. External Examiners report annually on the programme and their views are considered as part of the Course Quality Enhancement Monitoring report (CQEM). Details of the CQEM process can be found on the Registry s web site. Students are represented on the Student Forum, Boards of Study and Faculty Board, all of which normally meet two or three times per year. Student views are also sought through module and course evaluation questionnaires. 16 Regulation of Assessment Assessment on the programme is undertaken in accordance with the current Academic Regulations of the University. The University policy requires the internal moderation of assessments. External Examiners are appointed for all named University awards. The role of the External Examiner at module level is to ensure that academic standards are in line with national norms for the subject. External Examiners undertake the moderation of examination papers, and view representative samples of work for the modules for which they have responsibility. At programme level, External Examiners help to ensure fairness in the consideration of student progression and awards. They have the right to comment on all aspects of the assessment system and participate as full members of the assessment boards. The Pass mark for all modules is 40%. This overall module mark may comprise more than one component (e.g. coursework and exam). The individual module descriptors give the precise pass criteria and the weighting of the component marks that contribute to the overall module mark. On Undergraduate programmes, the Honours classification boundaries for First Class, Upper Second Class, Lower Second Class and Third Class are 70%, 60%, 50% and 40% respectively. 29 July

10 17 Indicators of Quality and Standards The following are key indicators of quality and standards: The programme has been designed in accordance with the relevant QAA benchmark statements for the subject and professional body requirements (see section 7). Accreditation is sought from relevant organisations to ensure the course meets professional standards. Sections 5 and 6 detail the current accreditations held. The latest statistical data on the quality of the subject area, results from the National Student Survey, and typical graduate employment rates and destinations may be accessed at The Department has a strong portfolio of industry-related research interests in Wireless Sensors, Pervasive Computing, Distributed Computer Systems, Digital Forensics, Computer Security, Serious Games, Virtual Reality, Aerodynamics, UAVs and Electrical Energy. The last Research Assessment Exercise resulted in the following ratings for associated subjects: Computer Science & Informatics (5% World-leading, 20% Internationally Excellent, 50% International, 25% National); Electrical & Electronic Engineering (5% World-leading, 45% Internationally Excellent, 25% International, 25% National); Mechanical, Aeronautical and Manufacturing Engineering (25% Internationally Excellent, 35% International, 30% National). The Department has excellent links with local employers. Regular meetings of the Aerospace Electrical and Electronic Engineering Advisory Board, made up of local employers, provide input to course management and development. Student projects are often informed by working with industrial and research partners. The report of QAA s Institutional Audit undertaken in November 2008 confirmed that Confidence can be placed in the soundness of the institution's current and likely future management of the academic standards of its awards Confidence can be placed in the soundness of the institution's current and likely future management of the quality of the learning opportunities. 18 Additional Information Key sources of information about the course and student support can be found in: Student Handbook Course Handbook Module Guides Moodle Course & Module Webs Module Information Directory https://webapp.coventry.ac.uk/midwebnext/main.aspx EC Student Portal https://students.coventry.ac.uk/ec/pages/home.aspx Coventry University Student Portal https://students.coventry.ac.uk/pages/index.aspx Please note: This specification provides a concise summary of the main features of the programme and the learning outcomes that a typical student might reasonably be expected to achieve and demonstrate if s/he takes full advantage of the learning opportunities that are provided. More detailed information on the learning outcomes, content, and teaching, learning and assessment methods of each module can be found in the Module Information Directory (MID), student module guide(s) and the course handbook. The accuracy of the information contained in this document is reviewed by the University and may be verified by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education. 29 July

11 Section 19 Module code Level 1 Module title Credit Pre / Co-requisite Status (Honours Route) 101AAE Aerodynamics and Aircraft Systems 20 M 101MS Engineering Mathematics 1 20 A-level Maths M 102MAE Mechanical Science 20 M 102CDE Electrical Engineering 20 M 103AAE Aircraft Structures and Propulsion Systems 20 M 104AAE Introduction to CAD 10 M Level 2 ACU Module 10 M 213SE Aerospace Systems Engineering SE, 107SE, 101MS, 214SE 210SE Avionic Systems CDE M M Status (Unclassified Route) 214SE Flight Dynamics, Control and Modelling MS, 201MS M M 208MED Mechanics & Thermodynamics MAE M 201MS Engineering Mathematics MS M M 204AAE Introduction to Engineering Simulation 10 M ACU Module 10 M 250EC Professional Training credits at level 2 O 240EC Study Abroad Year credits at level 2 O Level 3 303AAE Aerospace Systems Design SE, 201MS, 214SE and 208MED 305AAE Individual Project Preparation 10 M 306AAE Individual Project Realisation AAE M 313SE Avionic Systems SE M 317SE Propulsion Systems and Aerodynamics MED or 213SE M 304AAE Aerospace System Prototyping and Validation SE, 201MS, 214SE and 208MED ACU Module 10 M Key M Mandatory (i.e. must be studied) O Option ACU Module: Students must select an ACU module from a pool of approved University wide modules which are designed to enhance the students transferable skills (including enterprise, entrepreneurship, employability and leadership skills) Please note: The pre-requisites listed above are only course specific. Please refer to the Module Descriptor for the full list of all pre-requisites for the module. M M M 29 July

12 Stage 1 Semester 1 Sept Jan Semester 2 Jan May September Start 101MS 20 Credits 101AAE 20 Credits 104AAE 10 Credits ACU Module 10 Credits 102CDE 20 Credits 102MAE 20 Credits 103AAE 20 Credits Stage 2 Semester 1 Sept Jan Semester 2 Jan May September Start 201MS 20 Credits 204AAE 10 Credits 213SE 20 Credits ACU Module 10 Credits 208MED 20 Credits 210SE 20 Credits 214SE 20 Credits Stage 3 Semester 1 Sept Jan Semester 2 Jan May September Start 305AAE 10 Credits 303AAE 20 Credits 317SE 20 Credits ACU Module 10 Credits 306AAE 20 Credits 304AAE 20 Credits 313SE 20 Credits 29 July

13 Section 20: Curriculum Map Intended Learning Outcomes Knowledge and Understanding Cognitive (Thinking) Skills Practical Skills Transferable Skills Module codes KU1 KU2 KU3 KU4 KU5 CS1 CS2 CS3 CS4 CS5 PS1 PS2 PS3 PS4 PS5 TS1 TS2 TS3 TS4 TS5 Level 1 101AAE 101MS 102MAE 102CDE 103AAE 104AAE Level 2 213SE 210SE 214SE 208MED 201MS 204AEE Level 3 303AAE 305AAE/306AAE 313SE 317SE 304AAE 29 July

14 Section 21: Capabilities (Skills) Map Module codes Level 1 Learning to Learn Working with others Problem Solving and Innovation Numeracy Capabilities (Skills) IT and Online Learning Communication Career Management Information Management Personal Development Planning 101AAE TPA TPA TP PA PA TPA TP TPA P 101MS P TPA TPA PA PA 102MAE P TPA PA P PA 102CDE P TPA PA P PA 103AAE PA PA TP PA PA PA 104AAE P TPA PA TPA PA TPA Level 2 213SE TPA TPA TPA PA P TPA TP TPA P 210SE P TPA PA P PA 214SE P TPA PA P PA 208MED P TPA PA P PA 201MS P TPA PA P PA 204AEE P TPA TPA P TPA Level 3 303AAE TPA TPA TPA PA PA TPA TP TPA P 305AAE/306AAE P TPA PA PA TPA TPA TPA 313SE P TPA PA P PA 317SE P TPA PA PA PA 304AAE TPA TPA TPA PA TPA PA TPA Key: taught (T), practised (P), assessed (A) The Code of Practice for Academic and Professional Skills Development requires that each of the capabilities be demonstrated at least once during the programme. 29 July

15 Capability Outlines (from the Code of Practice for Academic and Skills Development) Learning to Learn students should be ready to accept responsibility for their own independent learning. They should also be able to reflect on their learning and appraise their capabilities and achievements. Students should also be able to identify their individual needs for effective learning. Working with Others Students should be able to work effectively as part of a group, and respect the dignity, rights and needs of others. Problem Solving and Innovation Students should be able to use problem-solving skills in a variety of practical situations. They should be able to demonstrate creativity, flexibility, perception, decisiveness, confidence and an awareness of values. Numeracy Students should be able to interpret, analyse and present numerical data. IT and Online Learning Students should be able to use computer-based systems for learning, communicating, collaborating with peers and tutors, and working with data. Communication students should be able to communicate effectively in appropriate forms in a wide variety of situations. Career Management Students should appreciate the values, culture, structure and process of work organisations relevant to their area of study. Students should also appropriately match their experience and academic achievements to employer expectations. Information Management Students should be able to carry out research relevant to their field of study by retrieving and using information drawn from a variety of resources. Personal Development Planning Students should be able to demonstrate self-awareness, set personal goals and record achievement. Capabilities developed through the Add+vantage Scheme In all full-time UK based undergraduate courses (with the exception of those that lead to a licence to practise), students will undertake at least one 10 credit Add+vantage module in each of the three years of their course. These Add+vantage modules will develop the following generic capabilities: Problem Solving Skills Action Planning and Organising Written and Oral Communication Questioning and Listening Employability competencies and career management skills will be introduced in each Add+vantage module. The following personal qualities related to employability will be addressed in each of the Add+vantage modules: Achievement orientation Initiative (Creativity) Self Confidence Decisiveness Reflectiveness Adaptability/Flexibility Influencing Career Management Skills 29 July

16 101AAE 101MS 102MAE 102CDE 103AAE 104AEE 213SE 210SE 214SE 208MED 201MS 204AEE 303AAE 305AAE/ 306AAE 313SE 317SE 304AAE Section 22: Specific Learning Outcomes in Engineering Mapping Specific Learning Outcomes (Engineering) Underpinning Science and Mathematics Engineering Analysis K&U of scientific principles and methodology K&U of mathematical principles Ability to apply and integrate knowledge and understanding Understanding of engineering principles and ability to apply Ability to identify, classify and describe the performance of systems Ability to apply quantitative methods and computer software Understanding of and ability to apply systems approach Design Investigate and define a problem and identify constraints Economic, social and environmental context Engineering Practice Understand customer and user needs and the importance of Identify and manage cost drivers Use creativity to establish innovative solutions Ensure fitness for purpose for all aspects of the problem Manage the design process and evaluate outcomes K&U of commercial and economic context of engineering processes Knowledge of management techniques Understanding of requirement for engineering to promote sustainable Awareness of the framework of relevant legal requirements Understanding of need for high level of professional and ethical Knowledge of characteristics of particular materials, equipment Workshop and laboratory skills Understanding of contexts in which engineering knowledge can be Understanding use of technical literature and other information Awareness of nature of intellectual property and contractual issues Understanding of appropriate codes of practice and industry standard Awareness of quality issues Ability to work with technical uncertainty Key : Fully covered : Partially covered 29 July

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