This course is approved by CIBSE and the Energy Institute and accredited by the IMechE.
COURSE AIMS Building services engineering is an interdisciplinary profession. It involves the specification, design, installation and management of all the engineering services associated with the built environment. With the growing complexity of engineering services in modern buildings and the significance of energy conservation and pollution control, the role of the building services engineer is becoming increasingly important. In addition, the need to provide an internal environment that balances the comfort needs of the occupants with the functional requirements of the building calls for engineers with a wide range of knowledge and skills.
The aim of this programme is to respond to the worldwide demand for building services engineering managers who have a sound knowledge of engineering and management principles and the ability to apply this knowledge to the complex situations prevailing within the building services industry.
The Building Services Engineering Management course is aimed at professional engineers aspiring to increased management responsibility in the building services sector or who have reached a stage in their careers when they are carrying increasing management responsibility, perhaps in a senior role. Alternatively, the Building Services Engineering course is of particular relevance to engineers who want to develop technical understanding and expertise across the multi-disciplines of Building Services Engineering.
There are several advantages in choosing the Brunel Building Services programme:
Relevance: it is well established within the building services industry, with sponsors of students that include major design and contracting organisations, Area Health Authorities, Local Authorities, the British Council, as well as several national governments.
Applicability: emphasis on applications enables students and employers to benefit immediately from the skills and knowledge gained.
Responsiveness: Brunel's proximity to London, where large and innovative building developments have been taking place over the last decade, enables rapid infusion of new ideas and technological innovations into the programme content.
Who is the Programme Designed For?
Recent engineering and technology graduates, moving into Building Services and related disciplines. Established engineers and technologists, working in Building Services and faced with the challenge of new areas of responsibility. Managers and designers, who need to broaden their experience and require updating. Lecturers in higher education, moving into or requiring updating in Building Services Engineering. Others with engineering and technology backgrounds, perhaps working in advisory or consultancy roles, who wish to familiarise themselves with Building Services Engineering. However, choice of course will be dependent upon the type and extent of knowledge and skills required. The MSc Building Services Engineering Management is particularly aimed at professional engineers who are carrying increasing management responsibility - perhaps in a senior role - or who are aspiring to assume increased management responsibility as part of their future career in the Building Services sector.
COURSE DETAILS - see course web link below.
UK first or second class honours degree or equivalent internationally recognised qualification usually in engineering or other appropriate science and technology subject areas. For an alternative route of entry please see the Building Services Engineering Foundation Course. Other qualifications and relevant experience will be assessed on an individual basis.English Language RequirementsIELTS: 6 (min 5.5 in all areas) TOEFL Paper test: 550 (TWE 4) TOEFL Internet test: 79 (R18, L17, S20, W17) Pearson: 51 (51 in all subscores)
Recipient: Brunel University London
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