Global Manufacturing, MSc - Greenwich - Greater London - University of Greenwich - I28382

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements First degree in a relevant engineering discipline normally achieving a lower second class honours degree or equivalent
  • Academic title
    Global Manufacturing, MSc
  • Course description
    The manufacturing industry is undergoing rapid globalisation, in which Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) outsource product manufacturing to international suppliers while focusing on high-value activities such as brand management, new product development, project management, and service and customer relationship management.

    Among the critical challenge is the shortage of high calibre engineers and managers who understand the global manufacturing environment, market requirements, advanced enabling technologies, and the importance of collaboration and communication with international stakeholders.

    This MSc programme aims to provide graduates with the state-of-art technical and management knowledge that are urgently needed by the competitive and globalised manufacturing industry.

    Courses

        * Strategy and Management
        * Research Methodology
        * Advanced Principles in Supply Chain Management
        * Advanced Principles in Lean Manufacturing
        * Innovation and Knowledge Management
        * Computer-Aided Manufacturing
        * Global Engineering
        * Product Development Process Management
        * Individual Project and Dissertation

    Career Options

    Graduates from this Programme are in demand for a wide range of roles in the manufacturing industry and those providing services to the industry. Typical job functions are manufacturing management, supply chain management, product development, project management, CAD/CAM/IT applications, research and consultancy

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