MSc Advanced Technology Management

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  • Objectives
    The course is principally aimed at enabling you to develop your career in the manufacturing sector. On completion of the programme, you can expect to develop your career towards middle and senior management where strategic thinking skills, project management experience and deeper technological knowledge would be beneficial.
  • Entry requirements
    Normally, you should have a good Honours degree or equivalent, plus 5 years appropriate experience – substantial professional experience can substitute for graduate status. We look for graduates with an appropriate Honours degree in engineering and physical sciences subjects - graduates from other disciplines (e.g. applied sciences) are welcome to apply. If you are currently employed, we request a statement of support from your employer.
  • Academic title
    MSc Advanced Technology Management
  • Course description
    -Today, it is imperative that manufacturers continue to improve the competitive advantage of their organisations by developing new, innovative products and by improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the processes required to design, develop and manufacture those products
    - This course equips you with knowledge of the technologies, tools and techniques being used by today’s most successful product developers and manufacturers
    - You gain an in-depth understanding of strategic approaches to new product development, and a strong understanding of current and emerging practices for organising and managing the innovation
    - Aimed at engineering and technology graduates who aspire to middle to senior management roles in manufacturing organisations
    - The course focuses on product development, quality management, engineering materials, manufacturing, and engineering science topics - particular attention is paid to the role of applications software in these areas
    - The course scheme allows you to select a programme of study relevant to your individual needs and is suitable for both full-time and part-time study
    - You will be able to benefit from outstanding facilities and staff expertise at both the Innovative Product Development Centre at Telford Campus, and the Centre for Engineering Excellence at Wolverhampton City Campus

    Typical Modules May Include:
    - Computational Fluid Dynamics
    - Computer Aided Design and Product Definition
    - Computer Aided Manufacture and Simulation
    - Engineering Materials
    - Engineering Systems
    - Finite Element Applications
    - Knowledge-based Engineering
    - New Product Development
    - Research Methods
    - Rapid Prototyping Techniques
    - Strategic Quality Management
    - Sustainability and Life Cycle Engineering

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