Programme And Module Handbook
 
Programme Specification


Date Specification Approved 16/05/2022
College College Eng and Physical Sci
School School of Engineering
Department Civil Engineering
Partner College and School
Collaborative Organisation and Form of Collaboration
Qualification and Programme Title B.Eng. Civil Engineering with Industrial Year Full-time
Programme Code 159B
Delivery Location Campus
Language of Study English
Length of Programme 4 Year(s)
Accreditations This programme has no outside accreditations
Aims of the Programme The aim of this programme is to produce Civil Engineers who are equipped to work effectively in a professional capacity, for example in industrial design, or research and development. Graduates should be able to contribute specialist skills to such activities. They should also have developed the technical, intellectual and transferable skills needed to underpin their education and continuing professional development.
Graduates will have a systematic knowledge and understanding of Civil Engineering and other important specialisms. Some of their knowledge and understanding will be at the forefront of the discipline.
Typical graduates will be able to make sound judgements in the absence of complete information, with an awareness of the context in which they work. They will be self-motivating, and will have the qualities and transferable skills necessary to take responsibility for their continuing personal and professional development. They will only need to complete a matching section to have the education to qualify as a chartered engineer.
The high level of numeracy of graduates, and their skills in problem solving, team working, and communication and information technology equip them for successful careers outside as well as within the construction industry.
Programme Outcomes
Students are expected to have Knowledge and Understanding of: Which will be gained through the following Teaching and Learning methods: and assessed using the following methods:
1. a broad knowledge and understanding of the scientific principles underpinning Civil Engineering

2. a knowledge and understanding of mathematical and computational methods and their use for modelling, analysis and design in Engineering

3. a knowledge and understanding of the essential concepts, principles, theories and current practice of Civil Engineering, and their limitations

4. knowledge and understanding of the essential elements of the design process and design methodologies

5. an understanding of important concepts from other Engineering disciplines and subjects outside engineering

6. a knowledge and understanding of the characteristics and uses of commonly occurring engineering materials.

7. knowledge and understanding of management and business practices

8. an awareness of ethical and social issues related to engineering, and of professional responsibilities

Lectures [1-8]
Tutorials, problem classes and group work [1-8]
Web-based and conventional guided learning [1-8]
Laboratories [1,6]
Computer-based workshops [2,4]
Group design work [4,7,8]
Independent work [4,7,8]
Enquiry Based Learning [1-8]
Industrial placement [1-8]
Unseen and open book examinations [1-8]
Problem solving exercises [1-8]
Oral presentations [4]
Computer-based exercises [2,4]
Written reports [1-8]
Students are expected to have attained the following Skills and other Attributes: Which will be gained through the following Teaching and Learning methods: and assessed using the following methods:
9. select and apply scientific principles, routine mathematical methods and computer based engineering tools in solving routine Civil Engineering problems

10. model and analyse routine engineering systems, processes and products

11. search for information for solving a problem, and present it for discussion

12. consider given information and extract that which is pertinent to a routine problem

13. Develop a conceptual design to a meet a client’s brief and be able to modify an existing design

14. apply engineering techniques to design and problem solving taking account of typical technical risks, with some grasp of commercial risk

15. take personal responsibility for acting in a professional and ethical manner

16. making effective presentations of technical and business information in a variety of ways

17. managing time and resources effectively

18. working as part of a team

19. Independent learning

20. developing a personal plan of work to meet a deadline and identify the main external constraints

21. sorting, manipulating and presenting data through a range of standard forms

Lectures [9-15]
Tutorials, problem classes and group work [9-15]
Web-based and conventional guided learning [9-15]
Computer-based workshops [9-11]
Group design work [9-15]
Independent design work [9-15]
Enquiry Based Learning [9-15]
Industrial placement [9-15]
Lectures [16]
Problem classes [16]
Computer-based workshops [20,21]
Group design work [16-21]
Independent design work [17,19-21]
Laboratories [20]
Industrial placement [16-21]

Unseen and open book examinations [9-15]
Problem solving exercises [9-12,14]
Oral presentations [11]
Computer-based exercises [9-14]
Group design reports [9-15]
Independent design reports [9-15]
Placement reports [9-15]
Group design reports [21-26]
Independent design reports [21-26]
Oral presentations [21]
Laboratory reports [26]
Peer assessment [21-25]
Placement reports [16-21]