About this course
This self-study course introduces you to the fundamental laws and applications of the physical sciences within engineering and how to apply this knowledge to find solutions to a variety of engineering problems. It will help you to interpret and present qualitative and quantitative data using computer software, calculate unknown parameters within mechanical systems, explain a variety of material properties and use electromagnetic theory in an applied context.This course is ideal for you if: - you want to learn more about engineering science - you're interested in enrolling on a Higher National in Engineering and want to understand what sort of content you’d be learning - you're already enrolled on a Higher National in Engineering and you’re looking for online resources to support your studies. HN Online provides learning content and self-assessment activities aligned to the BTEC Higher National specification. To obtain a BTEC Higher National qualification, formal assessment through an approved centre is required. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or visit highernationals.com to find out more about where a BTEC Higher National qualification could take you.
- Examine scientific data using both quantitative and computational methods.
- Determine parameters within mechanical engineering systems.
- Explore the characteristics and properties of engineering materials.
- Analyse applications of A.C./D.C. circuit theories, electromagnetic principles and properties.