PEARSON BTEC HND – Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Pearson describes an HND as “A semi vocational / semiprofessional qualification, usually studied full-time, in 2 academic years’ time can be studied part time basis too. It is equivalent to the first two years of a 4 year degree (with honours), and it’s at the same level of the 2nd year of an ordinary bachelor degree to the Diploma of Higher Education.

Course Type

Full Time

Course Commencement Dates

February

Duration

2 years

Course Modules

Syllabus

(T/602/2249)

Telecommunication Principles

(Y/602/2230)

Principles and Applications of Microcontrollers

(J/601/1496)

Applications of Pneumatics & Hydraulics

(K/601/1412)

Advanced Mathematics For Engineering

(J/601/1448)

Electrical & Electronic Principles

(H/504/6505)

Microprocessor Interfacing and Control

(K/601/1362)

Combinational and Sequential Logic

(Y/602/2230)

Principles and Applications of Microcontrollers

(A/601/1480)

Manufacturing Planning and Scheduling Principles

(J/601/1448)

Electronic Principles

(L/601/1404)

Engineering Science

(H/601/1246)

Analytical Methods for Engineers

(D/601/1410)

Engineering Thermodynamics

(F/601/1299)

Electrical Power

(A/601/1625)

Programmable Logic Controllers

(L/601/0995)

Project Design Implementation & Evaluation

(K/601/1393)

Further Electrical Power

(R/504/6497)

Control Systems & Automation

Entry Requirements

  • GCE (A/L) Sri Lanka/London minimum of two passes in Mathematics Stream.

Job Opportunities

Electrical and Electronic Engineering diplomates are well prepared to join the technological revolution, with a wide range of career options. Graduates are found in a wide range of industries including telecommunications, electric power, nanotechnology, renewable/power engineering, communications and biomedical engineering.