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BEng Polymer Engineering

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  • Objectives
    Modern products from mobile phones and personal computers to cars and aircraft all require polymers, plastics and rubbers. The demands placed on these products are growing and so demand for graduates able to design with polymers and apply modern processing techniques and computer methods to mould design is also growing. This course leads to careers in leading companies in the electronics and communications, automotive, pharmaceutical and aerospace industries, all of whom employ graduates with a good knowledge of plastics and rubber materials.
  • Entry requirements
    You should have GCSE English and Mathematics grade C or above (or equivalent), and one of the following: at least 120 points from two or more A-levels, such as Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Design and Technology, Science, Engineering or Manufacturing; or a pass in BTEC ND/C in Engineering, Science or relevant subject area with at least three merits in the final year, excluding common skills.
  • Academic Title
    BEng Polymer Engineering
  • Course description
    Course structure

    For this Polymer Engineering course, single Honours students take eight modules at each of three levels. Joint Honours students take four from each of their two subject areas at each level.

    Level 1

        * Materials Engineering
        * Engineering Science
        * Polymer Processing
        * Industrial Concepts

    Level 2

        * Polymer Science
        * Polymer Properties
        * Manufacturing Methods
        * CAD and Machine Control
        * Mould Design

    Level 3

        * Product Design
        * Advanced Materials
        * Industrial Case Studies
        * Project

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