Engineering Projects & Systems Management PgDip-MSc - Kingston Upon Thames - Greater London - Kingston University London - I27591

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  • Objectives
    To maintain their competitive edge, many engineering companies today are looking for graduates who can not only understand the technical side of the manufacturing processes, but also manage and use their finite resources efficiently. This course enables you to benefit from the best of both worlds. You will gain key engineering management skills as well as competent project management knowledge. Current demand for such graduates is high, not only in the UK but worldwide. Throughout the course, academic teaching is complemented by specialist speakers from industry, keeping you up to date with the latest developments. In addition, you will have opportunities to visit engineering companies and attend technical seminars, both within and outside the University.
  • Academic title
    Engineering Projects & Systems Management PgDip/MSc
  • Course description
    Course programme
    If you would like to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to identify, manage and use essential company resources, but also want to take up the challenge of leading new engineering projects, this course is ideal.

    It equips undergraduates from a wide range of engineering disciplines with the system management skills and operational techniques they need to become more marketable in this fast-evolving profession. You gain an excellent understanding of how to deal with the critical constraints, manage company resources and engage in a project-leading role effectively within an engineering environment.

    Course structure
    Students are required to complete a total of eight taught modules (six core and two option modules). Please note that this is an indicative list of modules and is not intended as a definitive list.

    Core modules
    -Finance Resource Management
    -Industrial Systems and Management
    -Industrial Project Management
    -Total Quality
    -Systems Modelling and Simulation
    -Business Resources Management
    -Research Project (MSc Only)

    Option modules (choose two)
    -Information Systems
    -E-Engineering with Internet Applications
    -Mechatronics and Automation Systems
    -Integrated CAD/CAM Systems

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