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MSc Engineering Management

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The Engineering Management MSc programme is designed to help you master current and emerging engineering project management issues and the management principles that underpin effective business strategies and outcomes.

Balancing academic theory with practical opportunities, this Engineering Management masters provides tools to manage sophisticated large, complex and multi-disciplinary projects and supply-chains.

The one year course will develop your understanding and skill set to manage complex engineering  projects, financial budgets and their place in the bigger picture faced by the wider company.

You will also be exposed to practical knowledge from the science behind renewable energy through to the diverse new world of modern consumer technology design for the home.

A strong emphasis is placed on the scientific and technological revolutions underway and the process of technological convergence which have had a major impact on both the older established engineering industries and the younger electronics, wireless, computer, media and creative industries and internet-based start-ups.

This MSc is ideal for engineering, science, technical or management graduates looking to prepare for successful careers across several project-based institutions and businesses in, amongst others:

  • Consumer Electronics; Software, Wireless and Internet based ventures; Information Technology; Oil, Gas and Alternative Energy Industries; Finance and International Banking; International Project Finance; Manufacturing, Heavy Engineering and Aerospace; Automotive; Government Departments; and Consultancy.

This is a new programme launching for September 2017,  jointly taught with our new Department of Electronic Engineering

Find out more details about the MSc Engineering Management course on our course finder pages

  
 
 
 

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