Professional Practical Engineering (with Mechatronics project) (40 credits)
This module will introduce you to mechanical related engineering, engineering evaluation, concept generation, design, prototype and testing a real problem. Engineering challenges are typically sourced from industry and therefore means you’ll be contributing to local industry.
Mathematics, Computing and Physics for Mechanical Engineers (20 credits)
On this module you will develop your confidence in applying the fundamental science (laws of physics), mathematics and statistics principles, and computing skills in context to engineering, ensuring you have the mathematical and digital skills for your engineering ambitions.
Introduction to Engineering Design (20 credits)
In a group design project, you will learn to create and translate engineering drawings by hand and on a computer. This practical experience will help you develop similar habits and minds as commercial engineers.
Introduction to Elec/mechanical Systems and Practice (20 credits)
You will experience electronic, electrical and mechanical principles, methods and practice used in commercial engineering components. You will also develop engineering practical workshop skills to manufacture and fabricate engineering products.
Introduction to Material Engineering Characteristics & Manufacture (20 credits)
This module introduces you to materials used in engineering, specifically metals, plastics, ceramics, composites and material mechanical properties. This will support you in the future to be able to select appropriate materials for specific products or tasks.
Engineering Product Lifecycle (40 credits)
You will gain experience of developing products in context to product life-cycle from raw materials to end of life, taking into consideration the wider social, environmental, commercial and financial issues and your role as an engineer.
Computer Aided Engineering and Design (20 credits)
During this module you will learn Computer Aided Design (CAD) tools and design processes for designing, sizing and developing products and parts akin to a commercial engineer.
Dynamics of Solid Mechanics and Materials (20 credits)
You will strengthen your knowledge and understanding of materials, solid mechanics and dynamics that are applied by engineers when making material selections.
Biological Medical Science (20 credits)
You will learn about human physiology and anatomy and take a systems approach to the human body.
Control Instrumentation and Communications Systems for Biomedical and Biomechanical Application (20 credits)
You will gain technology insights and learn about the applications of engineering sensors and control to medicine in the diagnosis and treatment of human conditions.
Professional Biomedical Engineering Project (40 credits)
You will gain experience of working individually and as part of a team to design and develop a solution to a complex biomedical engineering problem. This will simulate the work of an engineer in industry.
FEA for mechanics and materials (20 credits)
In this module you will apply, critically analyse and interpret the fundamental principles of advanced stress analysis and further product analysis methods to evaluate if products in principle are fit for purpose, prior to prototyping.
Design for Rapid Prototyping, Pattern, Moulding and Tooling (20 credits)
You will gain knowledge and experience of applying rapid prototyping methods, critically analysing and considering its importance in terms of manufacture and design.
Design for Medical Applications (20 credits)
You will learn how to design, create and consider medical science and human users’ constraints when designing solutions for a breadth of medical devices.
Industry 4.0 for Manufacture (20 credits)
You will investigate and critical analyse Industry 4.0 technology and solutions for the manufacturing industry.
Year 4 (MEng only)
Professional Engineering Project and Management (60 credits)
During this module you will gain experience of leading a team and working individually on a team project. You will research and develop an innovative solution to a complex product, working in the way an industrial engineer would work.
Advance Materials for Medicine (20 credits)
On this module you will explore appropriate materials and manufacturing processes in the medical device industry.
Additive Manufacturing Processes and Materials (20 credits)
In more depth, you will critically evaluate the advances and innovations of materials and manufacturing techniques.
Biomedical Quality Management, Compliance and Processes (20 credits)
You will develop your leadership and criticality of quality processes and standards for biomedical applications.
You will have the option to do a placement module at any time in your degree. The placement module is designed to permit different modes of placement, from day-release, vacations, and year-long.