Engineering Project Management
The programme is aimed at engineers wishing to advance their engineering and organisational skills and enable the move from a technical to a technical-managerial position. The management side of the programme provides a thorough grounding in strategic thinking and the commercial aspects of project planning and control, while the technical component of the course is flexible and can be customised to meet particular engineering interests. Modules can be taken from other Engineering MSc programmes, subject to timetable restrictions. The programme has a strong practical element, drawing on case studies, workshops, projects with local industry and a substantial summer project.
A lower 2nd Class Honours degree level or equivalent in an engineering or technical subject. Relevant further learning and experience is preferable but not essential.
Modules include: Principles of project management; project leadership; advanced project and programme management; commercial aspects of programme management; linking group project; plus 3 other modules from the MSc Electronic or Mechanical Engineering, including: Intelligent control; mechanics and actuators; renewable energy; smart systems.
Assessment is based on combination of coursework, examination, presentations, projects and dissertation.
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|MSc||Full-time||£ 6,830 per Academic year (home fees)||1 years|
|MSc||Full-time||£ 17,880 per Academic year (overseas fees)||1 years|
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Department of Engineering