Engineering Management at University of Leeds - UCAS

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Course summary

The online Engineering Management MSc will equip you with practical and theoretical knowledge of modern engineering, alongside a grounding in management. Offering much more than a generic MBA, the course has been designed by engineers, for engineers. It aims to meet the needs of a changing engineering environment and expand your engineering management career options. There has never been a more crucial time for businesses to have technically competent managers, and our specialised curriculum brings a modern, technology-focused perspective to tried and tested management strategies. Specialist modules like: Business Strategy for Engineers, Emerging and Disruptive Technologies, and Decision Making for Engineering Managers are aligned with market needs to help you learn high-demand skills and enhance your engineering management career opportunities. Use your knowledge to influence company strategy and impress employers, helping them to evaluate the risks and opportunities associated with innovative technologies, management techniques and market approaches. Why engineering management? If you are an engineer looking to accelerate your career opportunities and transition into an enterprise-level leadership role, this course is for you. The distance learning Engineering Management MSc will help you grasp advanced management techniques used by industry leaders. It is ideal if you are:

  • In the initial stages of your career and looking to fast-track your progress.
  • An ambitious professional with substantial industry experience.
  • Have some management experience or new to a management role and looking to build your skills.

Assessment method

Assessment methods will emphasise not just knowledge, but essential skills development too. They will typically include mini project reports, group discussions and assignments, live and/or pre-recorded presentations, practical exercises based on real-world scenarios, essays, literature reviews, multiple choice exams for formative learning feedback (no more than 5% of assessment).

Entry requirements

A 2:2 (hons) bachelor degree in engineering, physical sciences or a related engineering or technological discipline where relevant subject areas have been studied. If your degree is in an unrelated engineering discipline or in a managerial or economic discipline, we’ll consider your application if you have at least three years of relevant work experience in an engineering environment. Exceptionally, we will also consider applications from professionally qualified and experienced candidates who don’t meet the formal requirements. We accept a range of international equivalent qualifications. For information, please contact our Enrolment Advisors at [email protected] Where necessary, students will be expected to improve their English further during the course by making use of the online English tuition support that we provide.

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Engineering Management at University of Leeds - UCAS