London South Bank University

Course Introduction

The course covers a combination of the technical skills and management knowledge essential in the development of innovative solutions to complex technical business problems. This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of: leading technological and engineering projects; managing teams, engineering functions and organisations; developing new products and services; designing and managing the supply chain; and the economic aspects and decision'making processes of engineering projects; and electromechanical systems. The course will offer you the opportunity to acquire and develop the skills and tools necessary to progress to management positions within an organisation. It will also build on your existing technical knowledge, relating it to the management aspects of the course by means of case studies and projects. The course balances academic theory with practical opportunities to demonstrate engineering management capabilities, and deliver solutions to real problems through assignments and projects.

Course Modules

Technology evaluation and commercialisation; technical, research and professional skills; economic aspects of engineering projects; electromechanical systems and manufacturing technology; supply chain engineering and operations management; energy, the environment and product life'cycle; MSc engineering project/dissertation.

Course Additional Entry

A degree equivalent to UK 2nd Class honours lower division in an engineering subject; students are interviewed to ensure that their qualification is appropriate for this programme of study; professional qualifications along with several years of relevant industrial experience (should include analytical work); the relevant industrial experience is to be assessed by the course director; overseas applicants are required to have a minimum English language IELTS score of 6.5 with no less than 5.5 in any of the components.

Duration & Attendance Qualification Tuition fees
1 year
Full Time
2 years
Part Time