Learn the fundamental principles of engineering before specialising in automotive engineering. With this broad subject knowledge, you become more adaptive to the requirements of the modern engineering workplace. You are better placed to tackle the problems faced by many companies whose design, manufacturing processes rely on co-ordinating individual specialists from various engineering disciplines. Throughout your studies, you gain insight into specialist subjects, including vehicle aerodynamics and body styling, vehicle technology sub-systems, such as suspension, transmission, brakes, tyres and engines. As well as vehicle dynamics and control, performance engine and technology, production, virtual design (CAD/CFD/FEA), hybrid vehicle and sustainable technology, Lean and Six Sigma.