BEng (Hons) Engineering Management

UCAS codes

  • UCAS code not applicable for this part-time course - Apply online

Course contact

Peter Griffin
ask@uws.ac.uk
01698 283100 ext 8292

School

  • School of Engineering and Computing

Qualifications and durations

BEng - 6 years

Campus

Start date(s)

  • September & February
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This six-year part-time course in Engineering Management at University of the West of Scotland is designed to provide students with a route to a BEng Honours degree from an HNC Engineering programme while remaining in full employment.

The UWS undergraduate modular course has been designed to be more company and product specific than other Engineering Management degrees, placing the training emphasis on the planning and coordination of activities relevant to the student’s own manufacturing or manufacturing services type industry.

Entry Requirements

  • HNC Engineering in any discipline.*
*Some HNCs are credited at 96 credits, additional credit required can be attained from SCQF Level 7 portfolio.
  • HND Engineering in any discipline.**
** It would be beneficial if students were in relevant engineering or engineering services employment.
  • BSc/BEng Engineering in any discipline.**
** It would be beneficial if students were in relevant engineering or engineering services employment.
The programme modules utilise the UWS Centre for Engineering Excellence in the Hamilton campus with its fully-equipped manufacturing and vehicle workshops, plastics processing, welding and rapid prototyping facilities.

HNC entry – Years 1 and 2
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  • Materials and Manufacture
  • Measurement and SPC
  • Engineering Business Systems
  • Applied IT for Engineering
  • Engineering Design Management
  • Option

HND entry – Years 3 and 4
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  • Project Management
  • Engineering Management
  • Design Prototyping and Testing
  • Health and Safety and Risk Assessment
  • Engineering Applications Project
  • Option

BEng entry – Years 5 and 6
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  • Advanced Project Management
  • Engineering Management 2
  • Final Year Project
  • Option

This course is suitable for those who wish to pursue a career in a planning or supervisory role in industry.

Successful graduates have been employed in many sectors of industry and education, often obtaining positions at senior level.

Such industry sectors include the manufacture of cars, aircraft engines, lighting equipment, computers, components for domestic appliances, and industrial equipment and electrical, water and gas organisations.

** It would be beneficial if students were in relevant engineering or engineering services employment.

Useful Information

  • Delivery/Location:
    Monday and Wednesday, 5.30-8.30pm or
    Wednesday, 1-8.30pm,
    September & February - Hamilton