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  • Entry requirements
    This programme is aimed at students with a strong interest in the construction industry and with a desire to tackle issues relevant to modern construction practices.
  • Academic Title
    Construction, HND/HNC
  • Course description
    The programme provides high quality education allowing the development of a wide range of knowledge and skills that are transferable to a broad range of technical, professional and management graduate careers in the construction industry. It provides the opportunity to develop and extend communication, interpersonal and team building skills in a supportive and friendly environment with teaching staff that offer industry experience.

    Core Courses

    Year 1
    -Design Principles and Applications
    -Analytical Methods
    -Science and Materials
    -Management Principles and Application
    -Options (4 for HND, 1 for HNC – see below)

    Year 2
    -Group Project
    -Health, Safety and Welfare
    -Options (6 for HND, 3 for HNC – see below)

    -Site Surveying Procedures
    -Building Service Engineering Technology
    -Geology and Soil Mechanics
    -Technology A
    -Law and Contract
    -Tendering and Estimating
    -IT Applications – General
    -IT Applications – CAD
    -Design Procedures
    -Specification and Contract Documentation
    -Refurbishment and Adaptation
    -Technology B
    -Technology C
    -Construction Economics
    -Individual Student Project
    -Production Management
    -Contractual Procedures
    -Computer-Aided Architectural Design
    -Computer-Aided Building Systems Design
    -Design Technology
    -Materials Properties and Performance

    Career options
    Working at a supervisory level in the construction industry and in a range of related sectors and industries. Students could also progress to the second or third year of a degree at another institution

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