MSc in Advanced Engineering

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  • Objectives
    The objectives of the MSc in Advanced Engineering variants are: to provide training in advanced research methods; to bring you to a high level of knowledge and understanding in topics central to advanced engineering; to enable you to undertake research; to allow you freedom to choose from a substantial range of topics in order to match your individual background and career interests; to provide the experience of a substantial piece of original research or innovative design. The courses are particularly suitable if you intend to progress either to industrial research and development, or to a PhD course.
  • Entry requirements
    Normally, you should have obtained at least a second class honours degree in a suitable branch of Engineering, or the equivalent in a Science/Engineering degree plus suitable experience. Overseas applicants should have IELTS 7.0 or TOEFL.
  • Academic title
    MSc in Advanced Engineering
  • Course description
    Course Outline
    The formal coursework is based on the modular system. You are required to take two core modules: Research Methods in Engineering, and a Supervised Project. The project may either be supervised directly by a member of staff from the School of Engineering, or, subject to the approval of the Course Director, be undertaken outside the University in a suitable industrial or other research laboratory. When the project is undertaken outside the University, an academic supervisor from the School of Engineering will be appointed to advise on the scope of the investigation. Initial project work is integrated with the Research Methods module during the first term of the course. Work on the project continues throughout the full period of the full-time course.

    MSc in Advanced Engineering
    Core Module:
    Computational Mathematics for Engineers.
    Five modules chosen from:
    Aerodynamics of Wings and Bodies; Computational Fluid Dynamics; Internet-enabled Engineering Instrumentation and Measurement; Micromechanics, Precision Design and Analysis; Microsensors & Microsystems Technology; Wireless Communications; Optical Communication Systems; Optical Engineering and Image Processing; Remote Sensing and Data Processing; Signal Processing; Synthetic Intelligence and Intelligent Software Design; Turbulent Flow; Ultrasonic & Biomedical Instrumentation; Computational Solid Mechanics.

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