Below are the sessions that are available for this course.
Week Starting: 17 September 2020
Duration: 2 Year(s)
Number of Weeks: 42
Hours per Week: 13
Total Hours: 546
Places Available: 16
Course Coordinator: Vanessa.Cobane@swc.ac.uk
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Embarking upon the study of Architectural Engineering and Energy can open a wide variety of career choices, for example, a career path that can lead you into a mechanical, electrical or a renewable engineering aspect of a building's envelope. Building Services Engineers also have a growing role in the deployment of renewable energy systems, sustainability and energy efficiency in buildings. You will be playing a key role in delivering a low carbon environment, which may aid in combating climate change or fossil fuel depletion.
Terms & Conditions
Students are required to:
Comply with College Policies and procedures, rules and regulations (available in your Student Diary/Higher Education Handbook, on-line: www.swc.ac.uk and on the College VLE).
Submit all coursework and assessments by specified dates, coursework submitted without consent after the deadline shall not normally be accepted.
The minimum overall pass mark of 40% is required to be achieved in all modules.
The core subjects forming a basis for Architectural Engineering & Energy will be covered in year 1 to allow students to enter work placement with substantial knowledge in the industry. These core modules will be enhanced by supplementary modules in mathematics and structures. All learners will have the opportunity to use industry standard software including BIM and Revit. Group projects and practical assessment will form an integral part of the assessment in year 1. The work-based learning module involves securing a placement in the Building Services and Energy industries.
Building Fabric & Energy Conservation
Renewable Energy Technologies
Environmental Science & Comfort
Building Services Design & Retrofit
3D CADD & BIM Basics
Industrial Project and Entrepreneurship
Design for Sustainable Services (Commercial)
Mathematics for Engineers
Project Management and Contract Administration
Micro Generation for Renewable Technologies.
Assessment will be carried out via a variety of assessment methods which includes the use of coursework assignments, class tests, practical assessments, end of module examinations, group activities and professional presentations to an industrial panel. You will also be assessed in the workplace as part of your industrial placement
which contributes to 40% of the overall Foundation Degree Qualification.
On successful completion, and depending on performance, you may progress to Year 2 of
the following courses in Ulster University, with exemption from the placement Year 3.
BEng Hons Architectural Engineering
BSc Hons Energy You may also transfer to other universities to complete your degree.
48 UCAS points (120 in old UCAS points) - AS / A Level / BTEC qualifications or approved equivalent, GSCE English and Maths at Grade C or University-approved equivalent.
Mature Learners will be assessed on an individual basis. Refer to general entry requirements.