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Propulsion and Engine Systems Engineering (Advanced Mechanical Engineering Science) - MSc

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    Full time available

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  • Course Duration

    1 year full time

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  • Last Updated

    23 August 2019

Introducing your degree

Our MSc - designed for engineering, mathematics or physical science graduates – will provide you with the opportunity to specialise in engineering sciences that are key to the design, monitoring and analysis of propulsion and engine systems. Through your studies, we will give you the confidence to analyse and design advanced electrical systems.


Compulsory modules include: Introduction to Advanced Mechanical Engineering Science; Advanced Electrical Systems; Aircraft Propulsion; Automotive Propulsion; MSc Research Project

Optional modules include: Tribological Engineering and Engine Tribology; Advanced Sensors and Condition Monitoring; Applications of CFD; Thermo fluid Engineering for Low Carbon Energy; Microstructural Engineering for Transport Applications; Failure of Materials and Components; Spacecraft Propulsion; Environmental and Transportation Noise; Fundamentals of Acoustics; Fuel Cells and Photovoltaic Systems I; Transport Economics; Engineering Design with Management; Microstructural and Surface Characterisation; Advanced Management.

Visit the Propulsion and Engine Systems Engineering (Advanced Mechanical Engineering Science) - MSc page on the University of Southampton website for more details!





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