We recognise that to succeed in a competitive engineering environment, managers and aspiring leaders require practical knowledge of emerging management concepts, commercial awareness, and the management tools necessary to deliver impressive, high-quality results.
By studying our MSc in Engineering Management, you will develop an advanced understanding of the management principles and practices needed to progress in an engineering organisation.
Our online learning model allows you to apply your new knowledge of best practices and techniques such as; Lean thinking, quality enhancement, project management, pricing and purchasing directly to your current profession.
Discover the practical benefits and positive impact an MSc in Engineering Management can have on your career today.
All assessments for the course are based on coursework and submitted online. Your performance on the course will be assessed through a range of methods including
What you learn
Today’s consumer-led market is entirely dependent on the ability to manufacture interchangeable components at high volumes. As a result, the engineering sector requires leaders and strategic thinkers with an advanced understanding of management principles and the ability to oversee and analyse management processes and enterprise systems as a whole.
This distance learning degree aims to prepare graduates from technical disciplines such as Engineering and Technology and other numerate degrees with dvanced skills in Engineering Management and an emphasis on industrial applications.
Throughout the programme, there is a focus on team-based approaches, written and oral communication skills, management of technology and continuous improvement. You will gain the global mindset needed to succeed within the engineering industry.
Roles open to MSc Engineering Management graduates could include
Engineering for Quality and Business Improvement (30 credits)
Project and Financial Management (30 credits)
Management of People and Organisations (30 credits)
Principles of Logistics and Supply Chain Management (30 credits)
Individual Project (60 credits)