MSc Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Management

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  • Objectives
    The aims of this course are to: Provide industrial management skills. Develop a range of subject-specific and generic skills for employment both within mechanical engineering and elsewhere. Provide general, transferable lifetime skills. Prepare students for postgraduate work and careers in mechanical engineering and industrial management.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Good Honours degree or equivalent, in Mechanical Engineering or related area, or appropriate science subject. Applicants with other qualifications or appropriate professional experience will also be considered. Applicants must achieve at least 600 points GMAT. English requirements for overseas applicants are: TOEFL score of 575 with 4.5 in TWE; IELTS score of 6.5 with 5 or higher in each component.
  • Academic title
    MSc Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Management
  • Course description
    Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Management - MSc

    A modular programme offering full-time advanced taught courses based on the expertise within the department. Taught modules will be delivered in the first two semesters leaving the individual project for the summer period.

    Course content

    Six core modules, seven option modules and an individual project.

    Core modules

    -Dissertation Planning
    -Innovation Management
    -Marketing Management
    -Organic Knowledge Management
    -Steel Rolling Mill Feasibility Project
    -Technology Strategy and Business Planning

    Optional modules

    -Advanced Principles of Structural Integrity
    -Aerospace Systems and Structures
    -Computational Fluids Dynamics
    -Computer Modelling and Validation
    -Condition Monitoring
    -Control of Structural Vibrations
    -Engineering Composite Materials
    -Experimental Fracture Mechanics
    -Experimental Stress Analysis
    -Finite Element Techniques
    -Fundamental Biomechanics
    -High Temperature Deformation and Fracture
    -Human Factors in Engineering Design
    -Reciprocating Engines
    -Signal Processing and Instrumentation
    -Solar and Wind Energy
    -Sports Engineering
    -Structural Vibration: Analysis and Practice
    -Tribology of Machine Elements

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