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Chesterfield College

Building Engineering and Project Management

UCAS Code: BEPM

Foundation Degree in Science - FdSc

Entry requirements


One A Level plus 4 GCSEs at Grade C/4 or above including Maths and English; BTEC Diploma in Building, Construction or Civil Engineering; Other relevant Access or foundation course qualifications; Mature students with relevant experience will also be considered.

About this course


Course option

2years

Full-time | 2019

This is a new course, created in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University and unique to Chesterfield College. You will collaborate with other students and become part of a wide family of construction professionals from across the Sheffield City Region.
A significant part of the course involves three work-based units over two years. This requires sourcing a work placement or, if you are employed in a relevant role, can be completed at your current place of work.
This course is accredited by CABE (Institute of Construction and Building Engineers).

Successful completion of the foundation degree will enable you to progress directly onto the BSc (Hons) Building Engineering and Project Management (top-up) at Sheffield Hallam University. You can also access professionally accredited built environment awards at Sheffield Hallam University, including Construction Project Management.

Modules

What modules will I study?
Introduction to Reflective Practice - Work-Based Learning; Introduction to Construction Project Management; Evaluation of Builds, Materials and Sites; Understanding Building Technology; Law and Economics for the Built Environment; Health and Safety at Work; Evaluating Construction Technology; Building Technology Design Project; Construction Project and Production Planning, Sustainable Construction Studies.

Assessment methods

Portfolio of work; Exams; Project Work; Work-based projects and practical assessments.

Tuition fees

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England
£6,150
per year
Northern Ireland
£6,150
per year
Scotland
£6,150
per year
Wales
£6,150
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Chesterfield College

Department:

Construction Trades

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