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Full Time Masters Degrees in Engineering, Lancaster, United Kingdom

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Lancaster University Engineering Department
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The Engineering Project Management programme is aimed at engineers wishing to advance their engineering and organisational skills and enable the move from a technical to a technical-managerial position. Read more
The Engineering Project Management programme is aimed at engineers wishing to advance their engineering and organisational skills and enable the move from a technical to a technical-managerial position.

The management side of the programme provides a thorough grounding in strategic thinking and the commercial aspects of project planning and control, while the technical component of the course is flexible and can be customised to meet particular engineering interests. Modules can be taken from other Engineering MSc programmes, subject to timetable restrictions.

The programme has a strong practical element, drawing on case studies, workshops, projects with local industry and a substantial summer project that may be linked to industry.

Modules
• Principles of Project Management
• Project Leadership
• Advanced Project and Programme Management
• Commercial Aspects of Programme Management
• Linking Group Project
• Individual Project

Plus three other modules offered by the department. Options include:
• Intelligent Control
• Mechanics and Actuators
• Renewable Energy
• Smart Systems
• Electrochemical Engineering
• Nuclear Fuels Engineering

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Lancaster University Engineering Department
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The Mechanical Engineering with Project Management programme is aimed at engineers wishing to advance or update their engineering skills and knowledge base. Read more
The Mechanical Engineering with Project Management programme is aimed at engineers wishing to advance or update their engineering skills and knowledge base.

The taught modules cover a broad range of engineering design and evaluation skills and how they can be applied to mechanical products and systems. In addition you will learn the key concepts and issues associated with engineering project leadership and organisational behaviour together with the project management processes, tools and techniques required to handle them.

The programme is taught with a strong practical focus and includes projects with local companies, case studies, workshops, and a substantial summer project.

Modules
• Intelligent System Control
• Mechanics and Actuators
• Advanced CAD/CAM
• Renewable Energy
• Principles of Project Management
• Project Leadership
• Advanced Project and Programme Management
• Linking Group Project
• Individual Project

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Lancaster University Engineering Department
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Taking electronic engineering to the next level by adding high frequency devices, micro sensors, micro actuators, biology and novel materials is one of the primary goals of engineers and scientists within the electronic community. Read more
Taking electronic engineering to the next level by adding high frequency devices, micro sensors, micro actuators, biology and novel materials is one of the primary goals of engineers and scientists within the electronic community.

This course focuses on miniaturised systems which are able to describe and diagnose a situation, detect critical conditions, and identify and address each other. They may also be energy autonomous and networked. Students will also learn how to design advanced circuits for high frequency applications.

The course will also include methods of building control loops and associated software; the design of analogue and digital electronic interfaces; and the manufacture of novel packaging technologies.

The dissertation will be on a major industrial project.

Modules
• Smart Systems
• Intelligent Control
• Advanced Embedded Systems
• High Frequency Electronics
• Linking Group Project
• System on Chip Engineering

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Lancaster University Engineering Department
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Mechanical engineering is the basis of just about anything that has movable parts, which includes areas like transport (automotive, railway, aerospace), renewable energy, and manufacturing. Read more
Mechanical engineering is the basis of just about anything that has movable parts, which includes areas like transport (automotive, railway, aerospace), renewable energy, and manufacturing. These areas will continue to be important to the UK economy and to all developed economies.

The taught part of this course consists of six compulsory modules. An individual industrial project allows you to extend your knowledge by exploring an area that interests you, whilst giving experience of the way in which a complete product or process requirement would be addressed.

The PgDip covers a selection of taught modules, with no individual project. Students may progress to an MSc given good results.

Modules
• Intelligent System Control
• Mechanics and Actuators
• Advanced CAD/CAM
• Design and Modelling of Systems
• Renewable Energy
• Linking Group Project
• Individual Project

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Lancaster University Engineering Department
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This programme is ideal for students with industrial experience who wish to work in a specific area, and prefer flexibility to the taught MSc programmes. Read more
This programme is ideal for students with industrial experience who wish to work in a specific area, and prefer flexibility to the taught MSc programmes.

Flexibility is the key to this programme. It begins with an induction where you are allocated a supervisor and often an industry contact; this sets the direction of your research and identifies training needs. The Graduate School’s research training programme offers a range of sessions to meet those needs. Regular supervision and access to seminar groups, together with interim research reports, ensures good progress towards a final dissertation.

There is an MSc by Research scholarship scheme supported by the Sir John Fisher Foundation and is open to students interested in nuclear or maritime engineering research.

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