1. Architectural Technology

    • Award BSc (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code K210

    The Architectural Technology programme develops graduates who are vocationally equipped with specialist skills and knowledge in the areas of architectural design, technology and its application, legal legislation, conservation, project management and professional practice. Graduates are prepared to move directly into employment within a range of dedicated fields including construction, design and planning. The learning environment includes studio and technical facilities, and access to specialist resources.

  2. Civil Engineering

    • Award HNC
    • Qualification Undergraduate

    This programme aims to introduce students to the study of key issues in civil engineering. The focus will be principally on technical aspects of the subject and on management issues associated with civil engineering projects. Emphasis is placed on links to the workplace and the application of theoretical knowledge to workplace examples.

  3. Civil Engineering (top-up)

    • Award BSc (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code H200

    This programme complements the skills and knowledge gained at Foundation Degree/HND level in Civil Engineering. The programme will cover project management issues, application of information technology, advanced structural analysis and infrastructure development.

  4. Computing (Mobile Computing)

    • Award HND
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code 124G

    People who are keen to enhance and develop their understanding of the aspects that face the mobile computing sector are invited to apply for this specialist course. You will assess the range of platforms that users may interact with, their expectations of products and the overcoming issues that they may experience with a view to improving the usability of systems. Computers are used throughout society for a range of purposes, each with its own requirements and demands, consequently the need for systems that can interact effectively has gained huge importance. In this course you will learn about the wide reaching influences that computers and computing technology have and their use around the world, as well as the contribution that you may be able to make to future advances.

  5. Construction Management

    • Award FdSc
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code K221

    The programme focuses on the important principles underpinning the effective management of construction projects. Students will consider building design and construction, services and environmental issues associated with a variety of construction projects. Strong links are made to the industry and students are encouraged to link their theoretical knowledge to workplace situations.

  6. Construction Management

    • Award HNC
    • Qualification Undergraduate

    The programme focuses on the important principles underpinning the effective management of construction projects and is designed to allow students to explore a number of issues of significance to the construction sector. Strong links are made to the industry and students are encouraged to link their theoretical knowledge to workplace situations. Students will study design principles, analytical methods, technology and services and site surveying techniques.